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First time win left Newtonmore keeper feeling like Murray

First time win left Newtonmore keeper feeling like Murray

Veteran Newtonmore keeper Michael Ritchie would love to get his hands on the Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup again, admitting the first time left him feeling…


Sympathy following Lifescan job losses announcement

Sympathy following Lifescan job losses announcement

Local politicians have expressed their sympathy over job cuts at Lifescan and called on agencies to work together to help those affected.


Romanian con artist cheated Highland businesses

Romanian con artist cheated Highland businesses

A Romanian con-artist who cheated businesses in the Highlands out of hundreds of pounds was fined £1,500 and ordered to pay back £670 to the…


Edinburgh mother and daughter amongst A9 Ralia road crash victims

Edinburgh mother and daughter amongst A9 Ralia road crash victims

The wife and daughter of a top lawyer were among the three victims in Tuesday’s head-on crash on the A9 near Newtonmore.


Craig Whyte appears at Inverness court

Craig Whyte appears at Inverness court

Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte appeared before at sheriff at Inverness today (Thursday) to answer his failure to appear for a trial at the court last…


New drive to attract golfers to Scotland

New drive to attract golfers to Scotland

Scotland’s magnificent scenery and golf courses will be showcased across the globe thanks to a new £400,000 campaign to promote the country as…


Local MP is full of praise for Scottish Open

Local MP is full of praise for Scottish Open

Badenoch and Strathspey MP Danny Alexander paid tribute to the Scottish Open which is being held this week for its third year in residence near Inverness.


Three killed in A9 crash near Newtonmore

Three killed in A9 crash near Newtonmore

THREE people have died following a two vehicle crash on the A9 near Newtonmore on Tuesday and a further three casualties were taken to Raigmore Hospital…


Police name man killed in Carrbridge road accident

Police name man killed in Carrbridge road accident

POLICE have named a 21-year-old man who was killed in a road accident near Carrbridge at the weekend.


Lottery grant secures new equipment for orienteering group

Lottery grant secures new equipment for orienteering group

BADENOCH and Strathspey Orienteering Club has been awarded £3,500 from the Big Lottery’s Awards for All grant programme.


Scotland’s Wimbledon hero is a real tiger - official!

Scotland’s Wimbledon hero is a real tiger - official!

AFTER mauling world number one Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray gained another accolade on Monday when an endangered Amur tiger cub at Kincraig was named after…


Road users warned to be considerate

Road users warned to be considerate


Man killed in road accident

Man killed in road accident

A MAN has died and another was injured following a one vehicle accident at Carrbridge on Saturday.


Grouse season should be good experts claim

Grouse season should be good experts claim

THIS year’s grouse season should be good even after the cold spring, experts claim.


Kids urged to help in dragon tracking event

Kids urged to help in dragon tracking event

CHILDREN are being urged to help track dragons in Laggan at a special event next week.


Police warn drink and drug drivers that they will target them

Police warn drink and drug drivers that they will target them

POLICE in the Highlands are warning drivers about the dangers of drink and drug driving following a recent campaign which saw nearly 40 drivers caught…


Top author visits Grantown

Top author visits Grantown

THE author of an international debut novel will be in Grantown tonight as part of Independent Booksellers' Week.


New Rotary President

New Rotary President

THE Rotary Club of Spey Valley has a new president.


Housing challenge is thrown out

Housing challenge is thrown out

A CHALLENGE to four major housing developments in the Cairngorm National Park by an environmental group has failed.


Highland Council to charge for school transport

Highland Council to charge for school transport

HIGHLAND Council will charge for concessionary places on school transport from the start of the new school session on August 20.


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