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Team bidding to save capercaillie from extinction in Scotland is now in place

22 February 2021
Team bidding to save capercaillie from extinction in Scotland is now in place

Team bidding to save capercaillie from extinction in Scotland is now in place

22 February 2021

Roles filled in recent months ranging from gamekeeper to communications specialist being mainly funded from £2m lottery award


Is Loch Ness Monster descended from ancient group of serpentine whales?

21 February 2021
Is Loch Ness Monster descended from ancient group of serpentine whales?

Is Loch Ness Monster descended from ancient group of serpentine whales?

21 February 2021

US investigator of legendary creatures believes Nessie is descended from an ancient group of extinct serpentine whales


Highland doctors and nurses who inspired the creation of NHS to be commemorated in Scottish Parliament

18 February 2021
Highland doctors and nurses who inspired the creation of NHS to be commemorated in Scottish Parliament

Highland doctors and nurses who inspired the creation of NHS to be commemorated in Scottish Parliament

18 February 2021

Tribute will be paid to those who worked for the Highlands and Islands Medical Service which was NHS forerunner


Woman struck police officer in the face

12 February 2021
Woman struck police officer in the face

Woman struck police officer in the face

12 February 2021

Officers had attended the address to carry out a bail check


Missing Aviemore man is found safe and well

01 February 2021
Missing Aviemore man is found safe and well

Missing Aviemore man is found safe and well

01 February 2021

Police confirm that missing man is okay


Donations to Blood Bikes charity will be used to fund permanent base

30 January 2021
Donations to Blood Bikes charity will be used to fund permanent base

Donations to Blood Bikes charity will be used to fund permanent base

30 January 2021

Bike charity has transported hundreds of vital medical supplies and samples free for NHS Highland


A9 speeder tells cops 'caught fair and square, no excuse'

21 January 2021
A9 speeder tells cops 'caught fair and square, no excuse'

A9 speeder tells cops 'caught fair and square, no excuse'

21 January 2021

Project manager said he was not thinking clearly as he had just separated from his wife


Transformation of Inverness Castle into major tourist attraction takes big step forward

18 January 2021
Transformation of Inverness Castle into major tourist attraction takes big step forward

Transformation of Inverness Castle into major tourist attraction takes big step forward

18 January 2021

Statutory planning applications have been lodged for creation of top-class city attraction


OPINION: Covid-19 restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

17 January 2021
OPINION: Covid-19 restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

OPINION: Covid-19 restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

17 January 2021

Top NHS Highland expert sets out why people need to help stop the spread of virus


Online school and early learning enrolment announced for 2021 in Highlands

15 January 2021
Online school and early learning enrolment announced for 2021 in Highlands

Online school and early learning enrolment announced for 2021 in Highlands

15 January 2021

Parents and carers can now enrol their child online for P1 for this school year starting August 17


Festive drink and drug driving offences in Highlands 'extremely disappointing'

14 January 2021
Festive drink and drug driving offences in Highlands 'extremely disappointing'

Festive drink and drug driving offences in Highlands 'extremely disappointing'

14 January 2021

More than 50 motorists arrested for drink or drug driving in region in month-long period covering Christmas and New Year


Mother and daughter report monster sighting on Loch Ness bringing the total for 2020 to 13 despite coronavirus pandemic

01 January 2021
Mother and daughter report monster sighting on Loch Ness bringing the total for 2020 to 13 despite coronavirus pandemic

Mother and daughter report monster sighting on Loch Ness bringing the total for 2020 to 13 despite coronavirus pandemic

01 January 2021

As 2020 finally draws to a close, another Nessie sighting has been recorded bringing the total this year to 13


Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces furlough scheme to be extended until March 2021

05 November 2020
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces furlough scheme to be extended until March 2021

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces furlough scheme to be extended until March 2021

05 November 2020

The furlough scheme to help firms affected by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic will continue well into 2021


Court case against man accused of sex charges is delayed

29 October 2020
Court case against man accused of sex charges is delayed

Court case against man accused of sex charges is delayed

29 October 2020

An Inverness street seller facing sex charges will have to wait to December for the case to next appear at the High Court


Top restaurant in Badenoch and Strathspey needs some 'thinking time'

26 October 2020
Top restaurant in Badenoch and Strathspey needs some 'thinking time'

Top restaurant in Badenoch and Strathspey needs some 'thinking time'

26 October 2020

Anderson's Restaurant in Boat of Garten has closed its doors for now due to Scottish Government responses to tackling coronavirus


Administrators strike deal to restart Flybe with hopes airline will return to Highland capital airport

24 October 2020
Administrators strike deal to restart Flybe with hopes airline will return to Highland capital airport

Administrators strike deal to restart Flybe with hopes airline will return to Highland capital airport

24 October 2020

The Exeter-based operator went bust in early March due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on passenger demand


Highland Council has hit back at an article in Private Eye which pillories its chief executive

22 October 2020
Highland Council has hit back at an article in Private Eye which pillories its chief executive

Highland Council has hit back at an article in Private Eye which pillories its chief executive

22 October 2020

Council bosses have reacted angrily to a report in Private Eye which pillories chief executive Donna Manson for her financial management


Out of the box thinking by Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team

27 September 2020
Out of the box thinking by Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team

Out of the box thinking by Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team

27 September 2020

ATV is turned into 'ambulance' to come to aid of injured hiker near Aviemore


Police officers called to potential gathering in Boat of Garten

16 September 2020
Police officers called to potential gathering in Boat of Garten

Police officers called to potential gathering in Boat of Garten

16 September 2020

'Officers attended and spoke to everyone on scene and found there was no breach to the latest guidelines'


Wear more clothes to school, says new Highland education boss

10 September 2020
Wear more clothes to school, says new Highland education boss

Wear more clothes to school, says new Highland education boss

10 September 2020

Highland Council advises parents to see that their children wear extra clothing to school as part of a strategy to combat Covid-19.


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