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Highland Council Unveils Major New Public Artwork for Scotland in Inverness

A major new public artwork for Scotland has been opened in the heart of the Highland Capital, Inverness. Found along the banks of the iconic...

Return of Baxters Loch Ness Marathon & Festival of Running is a Hit in The Highlands

The Baxters Loch Ness Marathon & Festival of Running made its return today following a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19. 4,900 runners signed up for...

Housing Provider Hosts Country-Wide Tea Party

Customers at housing developments across the country were brought together again for the first time since lockdown over the nation’s favourite - a cup...

Corrieshalloch Gorge Re-Opened

Conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland has confirmed its Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve site has now reopened. The suspension bridge at the Wester...

Bespoke Trophy Cabinet Handcrafted for Aboyne Highland Games

Pictured L to R: Lewis Lilburn and Alistair Grant beside the new Aboyne Highland Games trophy cabinet A bespoke piece of furniture has been created...

First Mixed-Sex Civil Partnerships Registered

There were 5,545 marriages registered in Scotland between 1 April and 30 June 2021, according to figures released today by National Records of Scotland. This...

Join Countryside Ranger’s for a Fungi Foray

Join High Life Highland’s Countryside Ranger’s for an autumnal fungi foray in Ledmore and Migdale, on Friday, September 24. Guests can discover whether mushrooms are...

And They Call it Puppy Love!

One third of pet owners prefer their pet to their partner. With many people celebrating their pet ownership during National Pet Month, a recent survey...

University of Edinburgh is The Best University to be a Fashion Student

Following the release of A-level results, beauty experts cosmetify.com, analysed the top ten universities for fashion students in the UK, and the University of...

Nine Year Old is First to Climb Re-Opened Monument

Pictured: Nine-year-old Teddy Gadalla with Forres Heritage Trust volunteer Michael Ellison Laurie Piper, chief executive of Moray Speyside Tourism. A nine-year-old boy stood for over an...

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