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First digital tool to tackle recycling confusion in the Highlands

First digital tool to tackle recycling confusion in the Highlands

First digital tool to tackle recycling confusion in the Highlands

Zero Waste Scotland has today launched a digital recycling tool to help combat confusion and meet Scottish recycling targets.


Keeping things damp during a dry spell

Keeping things damp during a dry spell

Keeping things damp during a dry spell

Gardening on the Edge by Diana Wayland


Caithness and Sutherland pupils can celebrate Highland wildlife at online learning event

Caithness and Sutherland pupils can celebrate Highland wildlife at online learning event

Caithness and Sutherland pupils can celebrate Highland wildlife at online learning event

Pupils in schools across Caithness and Sutherland are being offered a week of online learning to celebrate wildlife and biodiversity.


Pentland Ferries secures prestigious environmental award

Pentland Ferries secures prestigious environmental award

Pentland Ferries secures prestigious environmental award

Pentland Ferries among Scottish companies at the forefront of tackling environmental change recognised by the Scottish Environment Business Awards.


Major accolade for Halkirk photographer in UK photo competition

Major accolade for Halkirk photographer in UK photo competition

Major accolade for Halkirk photographer in UK photo competition

A freelance sports photographer in Caithness has been 'highly commended' in a major UK competition for an image he took during a Thurso surf festival.


Spirit 360: Cheer as £150,000 funding awards announced for Highland in the arts – with showcase planned to highlight the work of 66 artists

Spirit 360: Cheer as £150,000 funding awards announced for Highland in the arts – with showcase planned to highlight the work of 66 artists

Spirit 360: Cheer as £150,000 funding awards announced for Highland in the arts – with showcase planned to highlight the work of 66 artists

Showcase planned to highlight the work of 66 artists.


Caithness councillors delighted over play park victory

Caithness councillors delighted over play park victory

Caithness councillors delighted over play park victory

Highland councillors across Caithness are delighted that the local authority has agreed to put in place a new strategy for the upkeep of play parks.


Watershed cycle is all Wright for author Peter

Watershed cycle is all Wright for author Peter

Watershed cycle is all Wright for author Peter

An author of a series of book on the Scottish Watershed has arrived at Duncansby Head after a 24-day cycle along the spine of Scotland.


Last chance for Caithness communities to apply for £10K grants

Last chance for Caithness communities to apply for £10K grants

Last chance for Caithness communities to apply for £10K grants

Community groups in Caithness that help local people look after their hearts can now apply for a regional grant up to £10,000.


WATCH: Another Caithness castle climber spotted 'dicing with death'

WATCH: Another Caithness castle climber spotted 'dicing with death'

WATCH: Another Caithness castle climber spotted 'dicing with death'

After last week's article about people seen clambering over walls at the Castle of Old Wick, videos have been shared of another climber in action.


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