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University of the Highlands and Islands experts to speak at COP26

University of the Highlands and Islands experts to speak at COP26

University of the Highlands and Islands experts to speak at COP26

Experts from the University of the Highlands and Islands will be travelling to Glasgow to speak at the UN Climate Change Conference


Naming competition for new hydroelectric generator

Naming competition for new hydroelectric generator

Naming competition for new hydroelectric generator

Highland Council is inviting youngsters to name a new hydroelectric generator and interactive visitor experience on the River Ness.


Flow Country of Caithness and Sutherland to be part of COP26 climate change conference

Flow Country of Caithness and Sutherland to be part of COP26 climate change conference

Flow Country of Caithness and Sutherland to be part of COP26 climate change conference

Following hot on the heels of the Climate Change Conference, the Highland Council’s focus is now shifting to participating in the COP26 event.


Rogart War Memorial returned to former glory as extensive restoration project ends

Rogart War Memorial returned to former glory as extensive restoration project ends

Rogart War Memorial returned to former glory as extensive restoration project ends

Work was delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic and winter weather.


Lennon caricature linked to Durness to go under hammer

Lennon caricature linked to Durness to go under hammer

Lennon caricature linked to Durness to go under hammer

The village of Durness has a memorial garden to Lennon featuring stones engraved with In My Life lyrics.


Lib Dems warn of '£2.5 million tax bombshell' for small businesses in far north

Lib Dems warn of '£2.5 million tax bombshell' for small businesses in far north

Lib Dems warn of '£2.5 million tax bombshell' for small businesses in far north

Small and medium-sized businesses in the far north will pay an extra £2.5m a year due to the rise in national insurance, according to the Lib Dems.


Work set to start on improvements to Struie Hill Road - but only 'most significant' defects will be repaired

Work set to start on improvements to Struie Hill Road - but only 'most significant' defects will be repaired

Work set to start on improvements to Struie Hill Road - but only 'most significant' defects will be repaired

Patching and overlay work is to be carried out at three locations with additional drainage and ditching.


PICTURES: Long-awaited North Coast Market has 'happy' vibe

PICTURES: Long-awaited North Coast Market has 'happy' vibe

PICTURES: Long-awaited North Coast Market has 'happy' vibe

North Coast Market - formerly Bettyhill Market - held its first event in two years at Armadale Hall last Saturday.


Kyle of Sutherland Fisheries create new post for climate resilience officer amid concern over warming rivers

Kyle of Sutherland Fisheries create new post for climate resilience officer amid concern over warming rivers

Kyle of Sutherland Fisheries create new post for climate resilience officer amid concern over warming rivers

A spokesman for the organisation said: "This post will lead local initiatives to combat climate change and improve habitats."


People urged to be careful with home security

People urged to be careful with home security

People urged to be careful with home security

Householders reminded not to "fall back".


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