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Call for visitors to the Highlands to plan ahead as popularity of the area grows

Call for visitors to the Highlands to plan ahead as popularity of the area grows

Call for visitors to the Highlands to plan ahead as popularity of the area grows

Covid concerns expected to increase number of tourists to the north


Met Office update for Caithness – strong winds along with snow and ice

Met Office update for Caithness – strong winds along with snow and ice

Met Office update for Caithness – strong winds along with snow and ice

The Met Office updated its Yellow Warnings for the far north to include strong winds along with snow and ice affecting Caithness.


Wind and snow warning for Caithness

Wind and snow warning for Caithness

Wind and snow warning for Caithness

The Met Office has issued a warning for wind and snow across the far north tomorrow and Wednesday.


Rail company introduces new recycling superheroes

Rail company introduces new recycling superheroes

Rail company introduces new recycling superheroes

Scotland's rail operator has joined forces with a waste management company to pick the winners of a poster competition.


Far north is flying high with transport developments

Far north is flying high with transport developments

Far north is flying high with transport developments

Transport infrastructure across the far north is shaping up to provide significant benefits and opportunities to the region, it has been claimed.


New kiosks to wave goodbye to rail hand signals

New kiosks to wave goodbye to rail hand signals

New kiosks to wave goodbye to rail hand signals

RAIL passengers at two Caithness request stops will no longer have to wave for the driver to stop once new kiosks become operational next summer.


ScotRail confirms temporary timetable changes

ScotRail confirms temporary timetable changes

ScotRail confirms temporary timetable changes

The temporary timetable changes are from next week due to the continued impact of coronavirus and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant.


Highland Council approves plan to take 9000 tonnes of timber off Caithness roads and on to rail network

Highland Council approves plan to take 9000 tonnes of timber off Caithness roads and on to rail network

Highland Council approves plan to take 9000 tonnes of timber off Caithness roads and on to rail network

Loading facility at Altnabreac could be model for others across Scotland, states report.


Progress is being made for the Inverness Airport railway station

Progress is being made for the Inverness Airport railway station

Progress is being made for the Inverness Airport railway station

Network Rail release first images.


Travel advice for the festive season

Travel advice for the festive season

Travel advice for the festive season

Drivers in the Highlands and the rest of Scotland are being reminded to make sure their vehicles are winter ready.


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