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Bright sparks: Power network staff take part in electric vehicle pilot

Bright sparks: Power network staff take part in electric vehicle pilot

Bright sparks: Power network staff take part in electric vehicle pilot

ELECTRIC vans are being trialled by some power network teams in the Inverness area – in the hope they could be rolled out more widely if a success.


Police urge visitors to behave following littering and vandalism incidents

Police urge visitors to behave following littering and vandalism incidents

Police urge visitors to behave following littering and vandalism incidents

POLICE in the Highlands have urged the public to be more considerate after a spate of reports of littering and reckless behaviour.


Colossal Moray East wind farm parts arrive in the Cromarty Firth

Colossal Moray East wind farm parts arrive in the Cromarty Firth

Colossal Moray East wind farm parts arrive in the Cromarty Firth

MASSIVE new wind turbine parts have arrived in the waters of the Cromarty Firth ahead of their installation in the Moray East wind farm.


Fallen tree adds splash of colour to middle of river

Fallen tree adds splash of colour to middle of river

Fallen tree adds splash of colour to middle of river

WALKERS strolling along the river in Inverness have been greeted by a new sight for the past few days – a large fallen tree that has run aground.


Call for Norbord to look at using rail

Call for Norbord to look at using rail

Call for Norbord to look at using rail

GREENS regional MSP John Finnie has called for wood board manufacturer Norbord to consider using rail more.


'Respect it or risk losing it': Littering and smashed glass in park spark plea

'Respect it or risk losing it': Littering and smashed glass in park spark plea

'Respect it or risk losing it': Littering and smashed glass in park spark plea

PARK play equipment is at risk unless people show more respect for their surroundings, a community council has warned.


Deadwood survey seeks nature fans to take part

Deadwood survey seeks nature fans to take part

Deadwood survey seeks nature fans to take part

ENVIRONMENTAL community groups, schools and nature enthusiasts are being invited to join in a Scotland-wide survey to find out more about deadwood.


Environmental specialists join forces to take their expertise nationwide

Environmental specialists join forces to take their expertise nationwide

Environmental specialists join forces to take their expertise nationwide

NEW deal will give environmental experts a presence from Inverness to Exeter.


Lockdown encouraged surge in nature interest and outdoor activities, survey finds

Lockdown encouraged surge in nature interest and outdoor activities, survey finds

Lockdown encouraged surge in nature interest and outdoor activities, survey finds

THE Covid-19 lockdown has turned many Scots into lovers of the great outdoors – a new survey has found.


Highland firm invests in rewilding project

Highland firm invests in rewilding project

Highland firm invests in rewilding project

Burges Salmon has announced a new collaboration with conservation charity Trees for Life.


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