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Views sought from people in Highlands on cleaner heating systems

Views sought from people in Highlands on cleaner heating systems

Members of the public are being invited to share their views on proposals for cleaner heating systems in Scottish homes and workplaces.


Farming protests in Scotland? Not at this time, says union president

Farming protests in Scotland? Not at this time, says union president

Union leader Martin Kennedy says he does not envisage protests by farmers in Scotland similar to those in a number of other countries.


REVEALED: Ullapool Book Festival announces line-up of top authors at summer event

REVEALED: Ullapool Book Festival announces line-up of top authors at summer event

Organisers of the acclaimed literary event have now released the hotly-anticipated line-up of guest writers.


Pylon scheme marks 'beginning of the end for the Highlands'

Pylon scheme marks 'beginning of the end for the Highlands'

Communities along the route of the proposed new pylon line are "powerless" and need strong voices in parliament, a public meeting in Dunbeath heard.


Alaska-based singer seeks local musicians to support him at Ullapool gig

Alaska-based singer seeks local musicians to support him at Ullapool gig

Medium Build will be in Ullapool on Tuesday March 5.


UHI sites among 21 set to be hit by support staff strike action

UHI sites among 21 set to be hit by support staff strike action

Strikes by Unison members are set to hit a number of Highland colleges later this month, after further industrial action was announced.


Highland Heroes 2024: Last chance to vote for your Heroes!

Highland Heroes 2024: Last chance to vote for your Heroes!

Don’t miss your final chance to vote for your Highland Heroes 2024 ‒ voting closes on Sunday, February 18!


First salmon of 2024 season caught on River Brora

First salmon of 2024 season caught on River Brora

A local angler Graham Davidson hooked the fish on the Pheadair pool


Jamie Stone in renewed call for undersea option instead of Highland pylons

Jamie Stone in renewed call for undersea option instead of Highland pylons

Jamie Stone is pushing for an undersea option rather than have a controversial line of huge new electricity pylons cutting through the Highlands.


Two killed in A96 crash near Inverness named by police

Two killed in A96 crash near Inverness named by police

Police have named two people who lost their lives in the accident and renewed an appeal to the public for information.


Manager says Bonar Bridge are on course for improvement after better season

Manager says Bonar Bridge are on course for improvement after better season

They are not whipping boys anymore.


Blunder saw Highland Council pay one former employee for 33 months – after leaving

Blunder saw Highland Council pay one former employee for 33 months – after leaving

593 staff past and present were overpaid and now face salary reductions, debt recovery and legal action to force the return of cash.


Sea-damaged section of Far North Line to reopen, says Network Rail Scotland

Sea-damaged section of Far North Line to reopen, says Network Rail Scotland

A section of the Far North Line that was battered by spring tides and stormy seas is expected to reopen to trains tomorrow morning (Friday).


Brora Rangers are left stung by five star Buckie Thistle

Brora Rangers are left stung by five star Buckie Thistle

Brora Rangers suffer heavy defeat.


Property demand study launched by Highlands and Islands Enterprise

Property demand study launched by Highlands and Islands Enterprise

A study is underway to find out what demand there is for commercial property and land in the Highlands and Islands.


Ullapool Unpacked's award is 'something I've dreamed about for long time'

Ullapool Unpacked's award is 'something I've dreamed about for long time'

Evie Strange launched Ullapool Unpacked C.I.C. after being "daunted by how much waste a child could produce".


Treat for opera lovers with Opera Highlights performance at Tongue Village Hall

Treat for opera lovers with Opera Highlights performance at Tongue Village Hall

Featuring a cast of talented singers, this unique show is created specially for Scottish Opera each season.


Strictly dancer's Dornoch toddler tea party fundraiser

Strictly dancer's Dornoch toddler tea party fundraiser

The toddler tea party takes place at the West Church Hall, Dornoch, on Tuesday February 27 from 10am.


Bakers set for far north heat of Highland Shortbread Showdown

Bakers set for far north heat of Highland Shortbread Showdown

Five keen bakers are in the mix for next week's Caithness and Sutherland regional heat of the 2024 Highland Shortbread Showdown taking place in Wick.


OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: When the Moin road was little more than a track

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: When the Moin road was little more than a track

Cycling the quiet lanes, Ralph explores into the woods and hills off the north coast road – with battery back-up and a flask of tea


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