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Scottish Government has said welfare of country's deer is paramount in cull row

Scottish Government has said welfare of country's deer is paramount in cull row

Scottish Government has said welfare of country's deer is paramount in cull row

'Managing deer necessary to cut ecological damage and protect young trees which is imperative in climate change battle'


Claims proposed deer cull in Scotland's national forests will orphan calves

Claims proposed deer cull in Scotland's national forests will orphan calves

Claims proposed deer cull in Scotland's national forests will orphan calves

The Scottish Gamekeepers Association has presented public petition to Nicola Sturgeon demanding cull is halted


Strathspey farmers given lead role to encourage nature onto their land

Strathspey farmers given lead role to encourage nature onto their land

Strathspey farmers given lead role to encourage nature onto their land

New approach means the more the land supports nature, the higher the score and the higher the payment


Electric vehicle and environment views sought as council marks Climate Week

Electric vehicle and environment views sought as council marks Climate Week

Electric vehicle and environment views sought as council marks Climate Week

OPINIONS and ideas over electric transport uptake are being sought by Highland Council at a series of special events to mark Scotland's Climate Week.


Cairngorms National Park Authority takes delivery of two new electric cars

Cairngorms National Park Authority takes delivery of two new electric cars

Cairngorms National Park Authority takes delivery of two new electric cars

Transport Scotland’s Switched-on Fleet Grant Offer is funding 90 per cent of the three year lease costs


Sowing the seeds for success in Strathspey

Sowing the seeds for success in Strathspey

Sowing the seeds for success in Strathspey

Strath charity which works with landowners to establish flower meadows for pollinators shortlisted for prestigious nature award


Drier and warmer summers could leave Highlands' private water supplies high and dry

Drier and warmer summers could leave Highlands' private water supplies high and dry

Drier and warmer summers could leave Highlands' private water supplies high and dry

The latest UK climate projections show a trend towards drier and warmer summers, with the west of Scotland set to become wetter and the east drier


Possible bloom of Blue Green algae at Cairngorms beauty spot

Possible bloom of Blue Green algae at Cairngorms beauty spot

Possible bloom of Blue Green algae at Cairngorms beauty spot

Samples being investigated by Highland Council environmental health department and NHS Highland public health officials


Electric passenger plane hops between mainland and islands is not the stuff of sci-fi, says Lord Thurso

Electric passenger plane hops between mainland and islands is not the stuff of sci-fi, says Lord Thurso

Electric passenger plane hops between mainland and islands is not the stuff of sci-fi, says Lord Thurso

Highlands should be at vanguard of 'completely green tourism'


Fresh yellow alert for thunderstorms and flash flooding issued

Fresh yellow alert for thunderstorms and flash flooding issued

Fresh yellow alert for thunderstorms and flash flooding issued

THUNDERSTORMS could hit parts of Badenoch and Strathspey, the Met Office has warned after issuing a yellow warning centred on the Cairngorms.


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