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Gregor White


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Gregor White is a news editor for Highland News and Media, working across multiple print titles as well as online. Gregor studied journalism at Napier University in Edinburgh and has previously worked in other local media and in local government PR.

2023 Highland Book Prize shortlist announced

21 May 2024
2023 Highland Book Prize shortlist announced

2023 Highland Book Prize shortlist announced

21 May 2024

5 titles with a Highland background are in the running for this year’s Highland Book Prize.


Highlands Green MSP wins support for small-scale farmers and rural communities

20 May 2024
Highlands Green MSP wins support for small-scale farmers and rural communities

Highlands Green MSP wins support for small-scale farmers and rural communities

20 May 2024

MSPs debated the Agriculture and Rural Communities Bill, which enables the Scottish Government to financially support farming and other rural sectors.


Scotland’s foresters battling non-native invasive species

20 May 2024
Scotland’s foresters battling non-native invasive species

Scotland’s foresters battling non-native invasive species

20 May 2024

Invasive alien species are one of the main direct drivers of biodiversity loss worldwide.


Sutherland householders urged to make a bee hotel or insect house to help vital pollinators

21 April 2024
Sutherland householders urged to make a bee hotel or insect house to help vital pollinators

Sutherland householders urged to make a bee hotel or insect house to help vital pollinators

21 April 2024

People are being encouraged to take an hour this month now the weather is turning warmer, to build a ‘bee hotel’ for Scotland’s solitary bees.


Charity welcomes Scottish Government carbon tax pledge

21 April 2024
Charity welcomes Scottish Government carbon tax pledge

Charity welcomes Scottish Government carbon tax pledge

21 April 2024

The John Muir Trust has welcomed an announcement that the Scottish Government will hold a public consultation on a carbon land tax.


Marine Fund Scotland 2024-25 launches

01 April 2024
Marine Fund Scotland 2024-25 launches

Marine Fund Scotland 2024-25 launches

01 April 2024

Applications have opened for the fourth year of the Marine Fund Scotland.


Highland Green MSP seeks update on landmark tenants' rights law

01 April 2024
Highland Green MSP seeks update on landmark tenants' rights law

Highland Green MSP seeks update on landmark tenants' rights law

01 April 2024

Ariane Burgess, Green MSP for the Highlands & Islands, has asked the Scottish Government about implementation of tenant’s rights legislation.


Changes to agricultural support in Scotland

28 March 2024
Changes to agricultural support in Scotland

Changes to agricultural support in Scotland

28 March 2024

Further details about the actions farmers and crofters will have to take to receive agricultural support payments from 2025 have been unveiled.


Unions consulted as UHI North, West and Hebrides takes forward post-merger plans

27 March 2024
Unions consulted as UHI North, West and Hebrides takes forward post-merger plans

Unions consulted as UHI North, West and Hebrides takes forward post-merger plans

27 March 2024

UHI North, West and Hebrides is taking forward its post-merger plans to become a fully integrated organisation.


Farmers in Scotland fear rising dog attacks this Easter

24 March 2024
Farmers in Scotland fear rising dog attacks this Easter

Farmers in Scotland fear rising dog attacks this Easter

24 March 2024

With Easter set to see an increase in visitors to the countryside, NFU Mutual is reminding dog-owners to be extra vigilant.


Don't get caught out this Easter weekend – remember your prescription!

24 March 2024
Don't get caught out this Easter weekend – remember your prescription!

Don't get caught out this Easter weekend – remember your prescription!

24 March 2024

Staff at NHS 24 are asking the public to check they have enough of their prescribed medication to last over Easter or any spring holidays.


New legislation 'to change how land is owned and managed' in rural Scotland

23 March 2024
New legislation 'to change how land is owned and managed' in rural Scotland

New legislation 'to change how land is owned and managed' in rural Scotland

23 March 2024

The Land Reform (Scotland) Bill was introduced to the Scottish Parliament last week.


Marine Conservation Society releases State of our Beaches report

23 March 2024
Marine Conservation Society releases State of our Beaches report

Marine Conservation Society releases State of our Beaches report

23 March 2024

The Marine Conservation Society has released its annual report, State of our Beaches 2023, on data collected by their beach clean volunteers.


WATCH: Highland Heroes secondary teacher says 'it takes a village to raise a child'

17 March 2024
WATCH: Highland Heroes secondary teacher says 'it takes a village to raise a child'

WATCH: Highland Heroes secondary teacher says 'it takes a village to raise a child'

17 March 2024

Recently moving from Golspie to Invergordon, Catherine Ferguson was "overwhelmed" to be named Highland Heroes' secondary teacher of the year.


WATCH: Inverness mother and daughter jointly named Highland Heroes carer of the year

17 March 2024
WATCH: Inverness mother and daughter jointly named Highland Heroes carer of the year

WATCH: Inverness mother and daughter jointly named Highland Heroes carer of the year

17 March 2024

Kelly Macrae and Savannah Kelly took the trophy as joint carers of the year at the Highland Heroes ceremony.


WATCH: Sutherland primary teacher 'overwhelmed' by Highland Heroes win

17 March 2024
WATCH: Sutherland primary teacher 'overwhelmed' by Highland Heroes win

WATCH: Sutherland primary teacher 'overwhelmed' by Highland Heroes win

17 March 2024

Jane Mackintosh was named primary teacher of the year at this year's Highland Heroes awards.


WATCH: Modest Inverness medic wins healthcare award at Highland Heroes

16 March 2024
WATCH: Modest Inverness medic wins healthcare award at Highland Heroes

WATCH: Modest Inverness medic wins healthcare award at Highland Heroes

16 March 2024

A doctor who has helped care for children at Raigmore Hospital for 20 years has been named this year's Highland Heroes' healthcare hero.


Highland motorists reminded of importance of speed limits

15 March 2024
Highland motorists reminded of importance of speed limits

Highland motorists reminded of importance of speed limits

15 March 2024

Police Scotland’s first national campaign of the year is about to commence with the focus on speed limits.


Highland empty homes officer up for award

28 February 2024
Highland empty homes officer up for award

Highland empty homes officer up for award

28 February 2024

A woman working to make sure Highland homes are being put to the best use is in the running for a national award in recognition of her achievements.


NFU reports increase in cost of attacks by dogs

28 February 2024
NFU reports increase in cost of attacks by dogs

NFU reports increase in cost of attacks by dogs

28 February 2024

Dog attacks on Scottish livestock cost an estimated £123,000 last year, more than double the 2022 cost, latest figures from NFU Mutual reveal.


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