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Barbecues and camp fires could be banned in great outdoors in Cairngorms National Park post Covid-19

Barbecues and camp fires could be banned in great outdoors in Cairngorms National Park post Covid-19

Barbecues and camp fires could be banned in great outdoors in Cairngorms National Park post Covid-19

Park authority is looking at the measure ahead of tourism re-opening in mid-July


MSP says easing of lockdown restrictions not licence to litter

MSP says easing of lockdown restrictions not licence to litter

MSP says easing of lockdown restrictions not licence to litter

David Stewart has voiced concerns about the potential increase in problem ahead of the expected further lifting of lockdown restrictions


Controversial Cairngorms capercaillie project is awarded £2 million in lottery funds

Controversial Cairngorms capercaillie project is awarded £2 million in lottery funds

Controversial Cairngorms capercaillie project is awarded £2 million in lottery funds

Funds will be used to help safeguard species but some residents in pilot community of Carrbridge say conservation project has been imposed on village


Free places available for Highland businesses for Q&A with Scottish tourism secretary

Free places available for Highland businesses for Q&A with Scottish tourism secretary

Free places available for Highland businesses for Q&A with Scottish tourism secretary

The Q&A with Fergus Ewing will take place this Monday at 12.50pm and has been organised by the Federation of Small Businesses


Badenoch MSP urges chlorinated chicken deal to be taken off the table

Badenoch MSP urges chlorinated chicken deal to be taken off the table

Badenoch MSP urges chlorinated chicken deal to be taken off the table

Kate Forbes has accused the UK Government of failing to stand up for Highland farmers


Scottish Water issue dog rescue and cold water shock warnings

Scottish Water issue dog rescue and cold water shock warnings

Scottish Water issue dog rescue and cold water shock warnings

Latest figures reveal that 214 people lost their lives to unintentional drowning in the UK last year and 37 of the deaths were in Scotland


Survey reveals extent of financial losses if coronavirus leads to cancellation of 2020 let deer shooting

Survey reveals extent of financial losses if coronavirus leads to cancellation of 2020 let deer shooting

Survey reveals extent of financial losses if coronavirus leads to cancellation of 2020 let deer shooting

A probe of groups with an interest in deer and venison has found millions of pounds are on the line as a result of the coronavirus crisis


Highland Council thanks staff and public for smooth re-opening of household waste facilities in region

Highland Council thanks staff and public for smooth re-opening of household waste facilities in region

Highland Council thanks staff and public for smooth re-opening of household waste facilities in region

The facilities – including Granish at the north end of Aviemore – opened their gates on Monday for garden waste and bagged household waste


Nearly £1m awarded by Scottish Government to improve forestry routes in the Highlands

Nearly £1m awarded by Scottish Government to improve forestry routes in the Highlands

Nearly £1m awarded by Scottish Government to improve forestry routes in the Highlands

The funding goes mostly to upgrade minor roads – improving surfaces, widening corners and providing passing places


Risk of wildfire remains exceptional high in strath despite arrival of cooler weather

Risk of wildfire remains exceptional high in strath despite arrival of cooler weather

Risk of wildfire remains exceptional high in strath despite arrival of cooler weather

There have already been wildfires recently at Glenfeshie, by Strathpeffer and near Bannockburn


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