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Taps are turned on at new £5m water treatment plant

Taps are turned on at new £5m water treatment plant

Taps are turned on at new £5m water treatment plant

Plant at Tomatin produces drinking water for around 600 homes and businesses


Search launched for teens in the Highlands with community-changing ideas for a £20,000 prize

Search launched for teens in the Highlands with community-changing ideas for a £20,000 prize

Search launched for teens in the Highlands with community-changing ideas for a £20,000 prize

The Bright Future Prize is now open to help young people change the world around them for the better.


Five Highland iCentres set to reopen

Five Highland iCentres set to reopen

Five Highland iCentres set to reopen

Tourist information centres in Inverness, Portree, Ullapool, Aviemore and Fort William this month as coronavirus restrictions are further eased.


Watchdog drawing up views on Aviemore village centre development

Watchdog drawing up views on Aviemore village centre development

Watchdog drawing up views on Aviemore village centre development

Important application for hotel, retail and self-catering apartments has divided local opinion


Covid puts the brakes on Grantown's Motormania for second year in a row

Covid puts the brakes on Grantown's Motormania for second year in a row

Covid puts the brakes on Grantown's Motormania for second year in a row

Two dedicated organisers who helped to make the motor festival such a success to stand down


Scotland's richest man welcomes new neighbours to the strath

Scotland's richest man welcomes new neighbours to the strath

Scotland's richest man welcomes new neighbours to the strath

Billionaire jokes he will not give up title of country’s re-wilding champion without a fight


Hill-goers will be able to head to the Cairngorms from tomorrow

Hill-goers will be able to head to the Cairngorms from tomorrow

Hill-goers will be able to head to the Cairngorms from tomorrow

Mountaineering body sounds a note of caution as travel restrictions set to lift in Scotland


Cairngorm Mountain officially confirms end of ski season

Cairngorm Mountain officially confirms end of ski season

Cairngorm Mountain officially confirms end of ski season

Lack of snow cover means that there will be no skiing or snowboarding when resort reopens


Strath's three leisure centres to open initially with shorter hours

Strath's three leisure centres to open initially with shorter hours

Strath's three leisure centres to open initially with shorter hours

Highland Folk Museum in Newtonmore to reopen May 5


Dog walkers urged to keep pets on leads where requested to protect capercaille

Dog walkers urged to keep pets on leads where requested to protect capercaille

Dog walkers urged to keep pets on leads where requested to protect capercaille

Signs have been erected in and around Carrbridge area to protect lekking sites


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