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Man Named Who Sadly Died in Crash on The A835

Police Scotland have confirmed that the man who died following a road crash on the A835 near Gorstan at the weekend has been formally...

Inverness Residents Walk The Equivalent of Length of Great Britain 64 Times per Day

The UK’s most comprehensive assessment of walking, wheeling, and cycling in cities, has revealed that the people of Inverness walk or wheel the equivalent...

HITRANS Launches New Website to Showcase Their Go-Hi Travel App

The Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership (HITRANS) has announced the launch of a brand new website www.gohi.app to showcase their ground-breaking Go-Hi travel app.  The redesigned website...

Mikeysline Partners with Camanachd Association to Provide Mental Health Support to Rural Highland Communities

A leading Scottish mental health and suicide prevention charity is partnering with the world governing body for Scottish shinty to spread the word about...

Double The Celebrations for Highland Rugby Football Club

Highland RFC visits La Baule in France. There was double cause for celebration when a team of veteran players (aged over-35) and the Boys Under-14s...

Inaugural Loch Ness Challenge to Set Off Around Iconic Loch

Marathon, Ultra Marathon and Bike Challenge make up monster event. The first Loch Ness Challenge is set to take place between Friday 20th and Sunday 22nd May...

Young Highlander Awards Back for 2022

Nominations to recognise inspirational young people in the Highlands and Islands now open. The Young Highlander Awards (YHA), set up by mother Kelly Macrae in...

Tourism Leaders From Inverness and Loch Ness Recognised in Top 100 Women in Tourism List

Seven female leaders of tourism in Inverness and Loch Ness have been named in the ‘Top 100 Women in Tourism’, published this week by Women...

New Path Upgrades at Fort Augustus Courtesy of SSEN Transmission

Visitors to Forestry and Land Scotland’s forests around Fort Augustus will benefit from path and bridge upgrades on the local trails – thanks to...

Record Number of Students From Deprived Areas at University

The number of Scottish students from deprived areas progressing to Scottish universities is at an all-time high. The latest statistics show 16.7% of Scottish domiciled...

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