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Check you're on cheapest deal, advice service urges, after energy cap reduction announcement

Check you're on cheapest deal, advice service urges, after energy cap reduction announcement

Check you're on cheapest deal, advice service urges, after energy cap reduction announcement

23 February 2024

Householders are being urged to check their gas and electricity bills after Ofgem lowered the energy price cap.


Railway line death in Inverness was man in his 60s, say police

Railway line death in Inverness was man in his 60s, say police

Railway line death in Inverness was man in his 60s, say police

23 February 2024

British Transport Police has revealed the person's sex and age but he has not yet been named by the force. Investigations are continuing.


Nobel Prize winner's CT legacy 'still evident to this day'

Nobel Prize winner's CT legacy 'still evident to this day'

Nobel Prize winner's CT legacy 'still evident to this day'

23 February 2024

The legacy of a Nobel Prize winner who came from a Wick family "remains evident to this day" – exactly a century after he was born.


The 'modest genius' from a Caithness family who became a Nobel Prize winner

The 'modest genius' from a Caithness family who became a Nobel Prize winner

The 'modest genius' from a Caithness family who became a Nobel Prize winner

23 February 2024

Today is the centenary of the birth of Allan MacLeod Cormack, co-winner of the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for developing CT scanning.


Missing teen sister and brother could be in Caithness

Missing teen sister and brother could be in Caithness

Missing teen sister and brother could be in Caithness

22 February 2024

Police have appealed for help finding a missing teenage sister and brother from Inverness who are known to frequent Caithness.


Section of A836 in Sutherland on North Coast 500 to close to traffic for five days, warns Highland Council

Section of A836 in Sutherland on North Coast 500 to close to traffic for five days, warns Highland Council

Section of A836 in Sutherland on North Coast 500 to close to traffic for five days, warns Highland Council

22 February 2024

Roadworks will affect a mile-long section of road from the eastern end of Bettyhill to the turn off for Farr.


Temporary 40mph speed restriction at Latheron and Causewaymire

Temporary 40mph speed restriction at Latheron and Causewaymire

Temporary 40mph speed restriction at Latheron and Causewaymire

22 February 2024

It was announced this week that there will be a temporary road restriction on the A9/A99 at Latheron and along the Causewaymire road.


1 dead after incident on railway line in Inverness

1 dead after incident on railway line in Inverness

1 dead after incident on railway line in Inverness

21 February 2024

British Transport Police have confirmed that one person was pronounced dead at the scene following an incident on the Far North Line.


UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

21 February 2024

The railway line between Inverness and Dingwall has now reopened after emergency services attended an incident before 8am today.


Emergency forces closure of train line between Dingwall and Inverness

Emergency forces closure of train line between Dingwall and Inverness

Emergency forces closure of train line between Dingwall and Inverness

21 February 2024

Train services are either being cancelled, delayed or revised.


Highland Council service points to close for staff training

Highland Council service points to close for staff training

Highland Council service points to close for staff training

19 February 2024

Service points will be closed next Thursday morning.


Young people urged to keep Caithness clean

Young people urged to keep Caithness clean

Young people urged to keep Caithness clean

18 February 2024

Caithness kids are being encouraged to compete for clean up glory by helping to tackle the litter emergency


The Book of Wild Flowers – The perfect countryside and armchair companion to the wild flowers of the British Isles

The Book of Wild Flowers – The perfect countryside and armchair companion to the wild flowers of the British Isles

The Book of Wild Flowers – The perfect countryside and armchair companion to the wild flowers of the British Isles

17 February 2024

Artist Angie Lewin and author Christopher Stocks have collaborated on The Book of Wild Flowers, a celebration of British wild flowers


Highland Heroes 2024: Last chance to vote for your Heroes!

Highland Heroes 2024: Last chance to vote for your Heroes!

Highland Heroes 2024: Last chance to vote for your Heroes!

16 February 2024

Don’t miss your final chance to vote for your Highland Heroes 2024 ‒ voting closes on Sunday, February 18!


Pylon scheme marks 'beginning of the end for the Highlands'

Pylon scheme marks 'beginning of the end for the Highlands'

Pylon scheme marks 'beginning of the end for the Highlands'

16 February 2024

Communities along the route of the proposed new pylon line are "powerless" and need strong voices in parliament, a public meeting in Dunbeath heard.


Sea-damaged section of Far North Line to reopen, says Network Rail Scotland

Sea-damaged section of Far North Line to reopen, says Network Rail Scotland

Sea-damaged section of Far North Line to reopen, says Network Rail Scotland

15 February 2024

A section of the Far North Line that was battered by spring tides and stormy seas is expected to reopen to trains tomorrow morning (Friday).


PICTURES: Sea damage to Far North Line revealed by Network Rail Scotland

PICTURES: Sea damage to Far North Line revealed by Network Rail Scotland

PICTURES: Sea damage to Far North Line revealed by Network Rail Scotland

14 February 2024

Rail passengers are bracing for further disruption, with engineers expected to give an update later today on when the line may reopen.


Sea-battered railway line to remain closed until at least Wednesday

Sea-battered railway line to remain closed until at least Wednesday

Sea-battered railway line to remain closed until at least Wednesday

13 February 2024

High spring tides are hampering repairs to a sea-battered section of the Far North Line, passengers have been warned.


Engineers to inspect 'significant damage' to Far North Line's sea defences

Engineers to inspect 'significant damage' to Far North Line's sea defences

Engineers to inspect 'significant damage' to Far North Line's sea defences

13 February 2024

Rail passengers on the Far North Line were facing major disruption on Tuesday, after extremely high tides and waves damaged the line.


Storm damaged sea defences spark closure of Far North Line

Storm damaged sea defences spark closure of Far North Line

Storm damaged sea defences spark closure of Far North Line

12 February 2024

The line was closed between Brora and Helmsdale after the tracks in that area suffered coastal flood damage for the second time this winter.


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