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Gail Ross calls for community to help tackle fly-tipping

Gail Ross calls for community to help tackle fly-tipping

Gail Ross calls for community to help tackle fly-tipping

North MSP Gail Ross is asking for the support of the community to crack down on illegal fly-tipping during the coronavirus lockdown.


SNH warns of increased wildfire risk in north

SNH warns of increased wildfire risk in north

SNH warns of increased wildfire risk in north

SNH has joined with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) to warn about the increased risk of wildfire across most parts of the north.


Farmers urged to submit forms

Farmers urged to submit forms

Farmers urged to submit forms

A late surge in applications for agricultural payment schemes is anticipated as the deadline draws closer.


Springwatch set for a return to our screens

Springwatch set for a return to our screens

Springwatch set for a return to our screens

A special series of live programmes aim to keep the UK connected to native wildlife.


£500 prize on offer for music inspired by Highlands

£500 prize on offer for music inspired by Highlands

£500 prize on offer for music inspired by Highlands

A competition to inspire people to connect with nature through music is seeking new compositions from budding musicians.


Sutherland walkers urged to take part in dog poo project as charity keen to assess scale of the problem

Sutherland walkers urged to take part in dog poo project as charity keen to assess scale of the problem

Sutherland walkers urged to take part in dog poo project as charity keen to assess scale of the problem

AN environmental charity has issued an unusual challenge for walkers in Sutherland to help it chart dog fouling in green spaces.


Sunflower project aims to spread cheer throughout Brora

Sunflower project aims to spread cheer throughout Brora

Sunflower project aims to spread cheer throughout Brora

It is one flower that is guaranteed to spread joy and bring a smile to everyone's face - much needed in the current time.


New online walking journey planner shows how to connect to John O'Groats Trail

New online walking journey planner shows how to connect to John O'Groats Trail

New online walking journey planner shows how to connect to John O'Groats Trail

The Friends of the John O'Groats Trail have announced the launch of an online walking journey planner.


Praise for firefighting gamekeepers who 'go the extra mile'

Praise for firefighting gamekeepers who 'go the extra mile'

Praise for firefighting gamekeepers who 'go the extra mile'

The role of gamekeepers tackling wildfires across the country 'has not gone unnoticed'.


Stone writes to Scottish Government over Dornoch Christmas tree workers row

Stone writes to Scottish Government over Dornoch Christmas tree workers row

Stone writes to Scottish Government over Dornoch Christmas tree workers row

MP Jamie Stone has said Dornoch Community Council about an influx of labourers to the town.


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