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John O'Groats Trail of destruction

John O'Groats Trail of destruction

John O'Groats Trail of destruction

A popular Highland walking route suffered a setback after a section in Caithness was seemingly chainsawed apart.


It's a Handa life for island's Scottish Wildlife Trust rangers

It's a Handa life for island's Scottish Wildlife Trust rangers

It's a Handa life for island's Scottish Wildlife Trust rangers

IT is a job strictly for the birds. A man and a woman are helping look after one of Scotland’s remotest seabird colonies on a tiny island.


'Don't give wildfires a chance to start' plea issued

'Don't give wildfires a chance to start' plea issued

'Don't give wildfires a chance to start' plea issued

EXTREME wildfire warnings have sparked a plea for the public to do what they can to prevent blazes from breaking out in the Highlands.


Results in for the Big Farmland Bird Count

Results in for the Big Farmland Bird Count

Results in for the Big Farmland Bird Count

Results are just in for the eighth annual Big Farmland Bird Count with record numbers of participants taking part.


Extreme wildfire warning for Sutherland

Extreme wildfire warning for Sutherland

Extreme wildfire warning for Sutherland

EXTREME wildfire warnings have been issued for swathes of the Highlands – amid a continued forecast for clear skies and dry weather into the weekend.


Streaming platform to plant 30,000 new trees in Sutherland

Streaming platform to plant 30,000 new trees in Sutherland

Streaming platform to plant 30,000 new trees in Sutherland

A PIONEERING streaming platform's success will have a lasting impact on Sutherland – in the form of 30,000 new trees as part of rewilding efforts.


Sutherland temperatures plummet -8.4C as Scotland records coldest April night for eight years

Sutherland temperatures plummet -8.4C as Scotland records coldest April night for eight years

Sutherland temperatures plummet -8.4C as Scotland records coldest April night for eight years

THE mercury plummeted to almost -8.5C in parts of Sutherland last night – as Scotland recorded is coldest April temperature for eight years.


PICTURES: Snow drifts made feeding a challenge on the croft

PICTURES: Snow drifts made feeding a challenge on the croft

PICTURES: Snow drifts made feeding a challenge on the croft

Marianne Ross, a crofter at Migdale, Sutherland, with her husband Gavin, shares her experience of life on the croft over the last few months


Far north wind farm campaigner challenges First Minister's 'power come from people' statement

Far north wind farm campaigner challenges First Minister's 'power come from people' statement

Far north wind farm campaigner challenges First Minister's 'power come from people' statement

Herrick challenges, Nicola Sturgeon, to "put her money where her mouth is" when it comes to listening to the views of local people.


WATCH: Drink firm reveals ambitious native woodland and eco-hotel plan for Highland estate

WATCH: Drink firm reveals ambitious native woodland and eco-hotel plan for Highland estate

WATCH: Drink firm reveals ambitious native woodland and eco-hotel plan for Highland estate

BrewDog intends planting millions of native trees and opening a hotel, campsite and distillery at Kinrara Estate


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