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MSP calls for London Northolt option to be examined

MSP calls for London Northolt option to be examined

A Highlands and Islands MSP has called for a new solution to ensure that air passengers from the "forgotten regions" of the UK can in effect fly…


Strath businesses urged to get behind Highland flights campaign

Strath businesses urged to get behind Highland flights campaign

Businesses in the strath are being urged to participate in an online survey in a bid to help strengthen the case to keep crucial air links between the…


Ryder Cup public ballot starts today

Ryder Cup public ballot starts today

Golf lovers in the strath will get the chance from later today to put in for tickets for the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles .


Four men to appear in court on A9 drug charges

Four men to appear in court on A9 drug charges

Four men are due to appear in court tomorrow (Monday) in connection with a drugs seizure on the A9 on Friday evening.


'Ecstasy' tablet warning for Rockness revellers

'Ecstasy' tablet warning for Rockness revellers

Police Scotland has issued a timely warning about the dangers of two different tablets being sold as ‘ecstasy’ tablets with RockNess just…


Fears over direction of Procurator Fiscal service

Fears over direction of Procurator Fiscal service

A Highland solicitor fears the procurator fiscal’s service is becoming too remote from the people it is meant to serve.


Strathy reporter to be laid to rest near family home

Strathy reporter to be laid to rest near family home

The life of Strathy reporter Clive Dennier will be celebrated next Friday (June 14).


Orphaned pine marten kits are rescued from Highlands attic

Orphaned pine marten kits are rescued from Highlands attic

Two orphaned pine marten kits are recovering in Scottish SPCA care after they were found in an attic in the Highlands.


Unusual sight wings its way into Strathspey

Unusual sight wings its way into Strathspey

The strath has been visited by a very rare arrival despite its names.


Potential bedroom tax loop to be explored by Highland Council

Potential bedroom tax loop to be explored by Highland Council

A potential loophole around the "bedroom tax" is to be explored by Highland Council - after it emerged more than 400 people have fallen behind with…


MSP calls for roads clampdown on "inconsiderate" farmers

MSP calls for roads clampdown on "inconsiderate" farmers

A Highlands and Islands MSP has called for more action to prevent the frustration caused to other road users by slow moving farm vehicles.


Housebuilding on the rise in Scotland according to latest figures

Housebuilding on the rise in Scotland according to latest figures

The total number of new homes started in the year to December 2012 increased by two per cent from the previous year - the first increase in a calendar…


Two people taken to hospital after A9 accident

Two people taken to hospital after A9 accident

Two people have been taken to hospital after their convertible car ended up beneath a truck on the A9 Inverness-Perth road this morning.


Body of missing Strathy reporter is found

Body of missing Strathy reporter is found

The body of missing Strathy reporter Clive Dennier has been found in a river near Loch Hourn.


Raigmore kids' ward bogus charity woman jailed

Raigmore kids' ward bogus charity woman jailed

A bogus charity collector who pocketed the cash rather than it going to help the children’s ward at Raigmore Hospital has been jailed for six months.


Sample the joys of Laggan nature reserve this weekend

Sample the joys of Laggan nature reserve this weekend

The stunning Creag Meagaidh National Nature Reserve near Laggan is the venue for the latest event to celebrate Year of Natural Scotland.


Police clampdown on drink and drug driving set to start

Police clampdown on drink and drug driving set to start

Drivers in Badenoch and Strathspey are being urged not to spoil the party this summer by getting behind the wheel after drinking alcohol or taking drugs.


Tory MSP criticises call for A9 money to be used for railways

Tory MSP criticises call for A9 money to be used for railways

A Scottish Conservative regional MSP has criticised two Independent MSPs after they supported a motion calling on the Scottish Government to transfer funding…


Scotland rugby stars coach strath kids

Scotland rugby stars coach strath kids

The Scotland rugby team put some local school pupils through their paces during a training camp in the strath, held ahead of their summer tour to South…


Start date for new £50 million Highlands' university campus

Start date for new £50 million Highlands' university campus

Building of the new £50 million Inverness College UHI will create 300 construction jobs and facilities for more than 8,500 students.


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