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Caithness and Sutherland pupils can celebrate Highland wildlife at online learning event

Caithness and Sutherland pupils can celebrate Highland wildlife at online learning event

Caithness and Sutherland pupils can celebrate Highland wildlife at online learning event

Pupils in schools across Caithness and Sutherland are being offered a week of online learning to celebrate wildlife and biodiversity.


Highland Council aims to create an energy from waste hub in Inverness

Highland Council aims to create an energy from waste hub in Inverness

Highland Council aims to create an energy from waste hub in Inverness

The plant could cost up to £190 million but would save the council £11 million a year disposing of 80,000 tonnes of rubbish


Space Hub Sutherland is not the right action for future generations and will become a 'disappointment', claims Anders Holch Povlsen

Space Hub Sutherland is not the right action for future generations and will become a 'disappointment', claims Anders Holch Povlsen

Space Hub Sutherland is not the right action for future generations and will become a 'disappointment', claims Anders Holch Povlsen

Mr Povlsen believes the alternative Shetland Space Centre he has backed makes “a lot more sense”.


Have you seen this mannie? Reward for finding missing Ousdale Mannie presumed stolen

Have you seen this mannie? Reward for finding missing Ousdale Mannie presumed stolen

Have you seen this mannie? Reward for finding missing Ousdale Mannie presumed stolen

A locally-made sculpted wooden head has gone missing from an Iron Age broch near the Caithness Ord and a reward for information has been posted.


PICTURES: Young curators at Dornoch's Historylinks embark on tree project

PICTURES: Young curators at Dornoch's Historylinks embark on tree project

PICTURES: Young curators at Dornoch's Historylinks embark on tree project

The group have previously learned all about the World War II Dig for Victory campaign.


BREAKING NEWS: Land court ruling paves way for Sutherland Space Hub

BREAKING NEWS: Land court ruling paves way for Sutherland Space Hub

BREAKING NEWS: Land court ruling paves way for Sutherland Space Hub

The court has approved the change of land use to allow Space Hub Sutherland to be built on Melness Crofters' Estate.


Landscape group working in Assynt nominated for RSPB Nature of Scotland award

Landscape group working in Assynt nominated for RSPB Nature of Scotland award

Landscape group working in Assynt nominated for RSPB Nature of Scotland award

CALLP has attracted nearly £5 million funding and launched more than 30 individual projects.


Worrying decline in wintering waterbirds

Worrying decline in wintering waterbirds

Worrying decline in wintering waterbirds

The latest biodiversity indicator shows that overall numbers of waterbirds were seven per cent lower in 2018/19 than when counting started.


WATCH: Further £1.5M investment in visitor management approved by council

WATCH: Further £1.5M investment in visitor management approved by council

WATCH: Further £1.5M investment in visitor management approved by council

Highland Council has agreed to extend the Visitor Management Plan funding into the 2022 season by a one-off investment of £1.5m.


Povlsen says he won't appeal space hub decision

Povlsen says he won't appeal space hub decision

Povlsen says he won't appeal space hub decision

Billionaire landowner Anders Holch Povlsen has conceded defeat in stopping the UK's first vertical launch space port in the Highlands.


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