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Highland MSP Douglas Ross to stand down as Scottish Tory leader after Westminster bid backfires

Highland MSP Douglas Ross to stand down as Scottish Tory leader after Westminster bid backfires

Mr Ross will stand down as leader after the general election, and will stand down as MSP if elected as an MP.


Historic fishing lodge in finals of BBC Scotland’s Home of the Year

Historic fishing lodge in finals of BBC Scotland’s Home of the Year

An historic Highland fishing lodge will feature in tonight’s televised grand final to find Scotland’s Home of the Year.


Pedal from Land’s End to Nethybridge at 74? No bother!

Pedal from Land’s End to Nethybridge at 74? No bother!

Trish Davies wanted to do the full LeJog before 75 on her e-bike


Highland horse riders told to ‘wear hi-vis - Chinooks flying low”

Highland horse riders told to ‘wear hi-vis - Chinooks flying low”

“Exercises like this are vital for pilots and crews”


PICTURES: Loch Ness Classic Car Tour covers 160-mile route around the Highlands in aid of local charities

PICTURES: Loch Ness Classic Car Tour covers 160-mile route around the Highlands in aid of local charities

Occasional rain showers and ‘squally’ winds did not deter entrants in this year’s Loch Ness Classic Car Tour.


Changes planned on Grantown High Street

Changes planned on Grantown High Street

“For about two years we have struggled to recruit staff not just in Grantown but in Moray too”


‘It stays with us!’ say MacTavish champs Kingussie

‘It stays with us!’ say MacTavish champs Kingussie

Fort sting the champions into action and Genini has final word


Murdo’s having a party at his ancestral Strathspey home

Murdo’s having a party at his ancestral Strathspey home

At Highland cow has become a much-loved feature of a much-loved feature.


Is there an outstanding woman on your team that could be nominated for the Highland Business Women Awards?

Is there an outstanding woman on your team that could be nominated for the Highland Business Women Awards?

It’s almost that time of year again as the Highland Business Women Awards is making a return.


Highland councillors’ expenses claims top £130,000

Highland councillors’ expenses claims top £130,000

Inflation may have pushed up Highland councillors’ expenses this year, with the total for reimbursement claims in 2023/24 topping £130,000.


Who is standing for election in your constituency? Final list of hopefuls announced

Who is standing for election in your constituency? Final list of hopefuls announced

Fourteen candidates will contest the two Westminster seats in the Highland Council area in the upcoming General Election.


Early morning call for air ambulance to Aviemore

Early morning call for air ambulance to Aviemore

Neighbours had posted their concerns through the day after helicopter call


Gamekeepers seek clarity on grouse timetable as clock ticks

Gamekeepers seek clarity on grouse timetable as clock ticks

BASC Scotland writes to agriculture minister Jim Fairlie about new licensing.


£28,000 in pavement parking fines issued to more than 400 Highland motorists

£28,000 in pavement parking fines issued to more than 400 Highland motorists

Hundreds of Highland motorists have been fined for parking on pavements in the months since new laws came into force.


It’s ‘all change’ finally at Newtonmore Post Office

It’s ‘all change’ finally at Newtonmore Post Office

A social media post tonight informs his loyal customers that Graeme Irvine is at last to see his retirement from next month.


Former CNPA board member condemns ‘waste of tax payer’s money’ over her censure

Former CNPA board member condemns ‘waste of tax payer’s money’ over her censure

A former Cairngorms National Park member has criticised a complaint about her as a “waste of tax payers’ money”


Concern over Aviemore coffee house is allayed

Concern over Aviemore coffee house is allayed

A notice was pinned to Costa door but it was a ‘maintenance’ break


Police ‘disappointed’ at lorry and farm vehicles flouting rules after Highland crackdown

Police ‘disappointed’ at lorry and farm vehicles flouting rules after Highland crackdown

"Disappointed" police have hit out at a minority of commercial and agricultural vehicle motorists who flout drivers' hours rules and loading limits.


Kings meet the Fort in MacTavish decider

Kings meet the Fort in MacTavish decider

Will Kingussie retain the trophy? Not if Fort William have anything to do with it.


Kincraig flies the flag for the D-Day heroes

Kincraig flies the flag for the D-Day heroes

A flagpole erected to mark the 80th anniversary of the Normandy landings will stay in place to mark all those who gave their lives for our freedom.


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