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Ground is broken on distillery's expansion

Glenmorangie

AMBITIOUS multi-million pound expansion plans are under way at a Tain distillery after ground was broken for the first time on the project. Glenmorangie has begun work on a new still house, which is part

Huge wind farm vessel takes a bow in Nigg

Published: Tue 17 Jul 2018

Nigg Beatrice turbines

A COASTAL community already used to welcoming massive vessels has said hello to another after the biggest wind turbine installation ship in the world stopped off ahead of its involvement in the construction

Cinnamon set to spice up Belladrum bill

Published: Tue 17 Jul 2018

Gerry Cinnamon

Songwriting sensation Gerry Cinnamon has been announced as Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival's "secret guest". The singer-songwriter, who famously prides himself on being an independent artist, sold out

Graduates get the Royal treatment in Dingwall

Published: Mon 16 Jul 2018

Princess Anne Dingwall

SUCCESSFUL students had a right royal reason to celebrate when Princess Anne stopped off in Dingwall to preside over their graduation ceremony. The Princess Royal was the special guest at the Highland

Newhall Bridge replacement works announced

Published: Mon 16 Jul 2018

Newhall Bridge

A HISTORIC bridge which was damaged beyond repair in storms more than three years ago will finally be replaced next month, it has been confirmed. Newhall Bridge on the B9163 Findon-Cromarty road was severely

Plastic's not fantastic for jellyfish kids

Published: Sun 15 Jul 2018

Gairloch kids plastic

GAIRLOCH's giant jellyfish have been the talk of the village in recent days. Pupils at Gairloch Primary School have been learning about plastic pollution and discovering for themselves the horrendous impact

Tain reinvention 'will boost trade'

Published: Sun 15 Jul 2018

Activists believe Tain has great untapped potential and want the public to get involved.

BUSINESS leaders in the Highlands have admitted that Tain must "reinvent itself" in order to reverse the decline described by the local MP. Jamie Stone recently expressed his concerns about the difficulties

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Sport

Holland is the best place for Staggies

Published: Thu 05 Jul 2018

Steven Ferguson says that there's no better place for his Ross County squad to be for their pre-season preparations than out in the Netherlands right now.

Wilson only back in game due to ICT

Published: Thu 05 Jul 2018

Barry Wilson takes his first training session as an ICT coach at Rothes on Tuesday night.

Barry Wilson says John Robertson and Inverness Caledonian Thistle are the only reasons he made the decision to return to football after accepting a position to become the club's new coach.

County's youngsters primed for chances

Published: Thu 05 Jul 2018

There has been plenty of reason to be excited at Ross County over the off-season as new players have kept moving north to sign for the Staggies.

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