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’More the merrier for derby success

’More the merrier for derby success

Newtonmore bounced back from their MacTavish Cup disappointment with a 4-0 win against their close rivals Kingussie.


Scotland squad’s visit makes pupils’ day

Scotland squad’s visit makes pupils’ day

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…


Highlands' businesses urged to get behind Gatwick fight

Highlands' businesses urged to get behind Gatwick fight

Businesses are to be invited to express the importance of air links between the Highlands and London in a bid to strengthen evidence to help retain the…


Badenoch laird to scale the heights for air ambulance charity

Badenoch laird to scale the heights for air ambulance charity

A Badenoch laird is attempting to climb Britain’s highest three mountains inside 24 hours to boost funds for Scotland’s first charity air…


Calls for buzzards not to be persecuted in Scotland

Calls for buzzards not to be persecuted in Scotland

Scotland’s leading wildlife conservation charity is calling on the Scottish Government for reassurance that licences will not be issued for the…


Student spared jail after causing death of best friend in Loch Ness car smash

Student spared jail after causing death of best friend in Loch Ness car smash

An engineering student who caused the death of his best pal when he crashed his car in the hills above Loch Ness was spared a custodial sentence by a…


Celtic fan cleared after singing pro-IRA song at match

Celtic fan cleared after singing pro-IRA song at match

A sheriff has cleared a Celtic fan of behaving in a manner likely to incite public disorder at a football match in Inverness by singing a pro-IRA…


Concerns on overspending on elderly services in Highlands

Concerns on overspending on elderly services in Highlands

A former social work chief has warned of a real financial risk to Highland Council after the region’s health board took over elderly care services.


Highlands' residents have highest blood pressure on average in Scotland

Highlands' residents have highest blood pressure on average in Scotland

People living in the Highlands have the highest blood pressure in Scotland and the seventh highest in the UK.


Scottish Government calls for Air Passenger Duty control

Scottish Government calls for Air Passenger Duty control

Transport Minister Keith Brown has demanded an update from the Treasury on the devolution of Air Passenger Duty to Scotland and the protection of the…


Newtonmore look to bounce back against Kings

Newtonmore look to bounce back against Kings

Newtonmore will be looking to bounce back after crashing out of MacTavish Cup with a shock 2-1 defeat at the Eilan to Glenurquhart. 


Boat of Garten osprey festival ready to take flight

Boat of Garten osprey festival ready to take flight

It's been ten years in the planning but this weekend the newly transformed Station Square in Boat of Garten will be formally opened as part of the…


Court told motorist was caught speeding at nearly 130mph in Highlands

Court told motorist was caught speeding at nearly 130mph in Highlands

A traffic cop has described in court how he clocked a high performance BMW car with a laser gun travelling at 129mph.


Three in battle to run Cairngorm ski resort

Three in battle to run Cairngorm ski resort

A UK-based international services giant, a luxury holiday firm and a ski resort rival from close to home are the companies that have been shortlisted…


Political row after Flybe confirms sale of Gatwick slots to rival

Political row after Flybe confirms sale of Gatwick slots to rival

A political row has been sparked after Flybe announced the sale of all its runway slots at Gatwick airport - which include daily services to Inverness…


Highlands' only women's prison unit is shut

Highlands' only women's prison unit is shut

The only unit for female inmates at a Highland jail has been shut, angering the senior councillor who chairs the prison’s visiting committee…


CairnGorm Mountain calls time on 'excellent' ski season

CairnGorm Mountain calls time on 'excellent' ski season

An excellent snowsports season at CairnGorm Mountain has finally drawn to a close with the resort declaring that conditions will not allow them to open…


Cairngorms watersports centre given clean bill of health after schoolgirl's death

Cairngorms watersports centre given clean bill of health after schoolgirl's death


Deep cleaning at Highland hospitals after norovirus outbreak

Deep cleaning at Highland hospitals after norovirus outbreak

Cleaning has begun at three Highland hospitals in a bid to get them fully reopened after they were closed due to norovirus.


Wildlife lovers toast Aviemore brewery success

Wildlife lovers toast Aviemore brewery success

Money from the sales of a new beer will be donated to help protect wildlife in the Cairngorms.


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