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And she's not alone. The sneaky so-and-so has been using her neighbours' gardens in Banavie, near Fort William, as a buffet for months.
Federated Farmers feels Britain's National Farmers Union is heading down the wrong track by attacking New Zealand lamb and should instead work with New Zealand to boost British lamb consumption.
Show offs! School of bottlenose dolphins leap out of the water and race boats just yards away from tourists in the Scottish Highlands A group of tourists managed to get a closer view when these bottlenose dolphins began chasing salmon near the coast in Chanonry Point, Cromarty in the Moray Firth inlet in the North Sea.
The AP reports that a team led by Plymouth State University archaeologist David Starbuck is digging at Lake George Battlefield Park, a stretch of ground south of Lake George that saw significant military action during the eighteenth century, particularly during the French and Indian War .
A controlled explosion has been carried out on a World War Two bomb which two workmen took home after finding it on a remote Borders hillside.
Researching the potential impacts of proposed large-scale offshore renewable energy projects on migratory fish is one of the priorities in a strategy to protect salmon in a famous Scottish fishery.
A solution to the problem of the derelict Rosebank Church has emerged, a solution that could not only save the building for the future but also allow an existing Nairn business to move forward to a secure future.
With the mercury nudging 25C - that's a heatwave in Scotland - it's 'taps aff' time, so the easily offended should look away now, writes Hugh Reilly The death toll in Gaza reaching 500 in just two weeks, along with the repercussions for Russia following the shooting down of an airliner by a pro-Putin militia, dominates headlines across the globe.
Earlier today we published a short article on the state of the popular footpath that cuts across the fields at Firhall to the bridge across the River Nairn.
Highland Council has been accused of "utter contempt" for local people after it suppressed plans meant to protect the public from nuclear accidents.
Archaeologists are excavating an 18th-century battleground that was the site of a desperate stand by Colonial American troops, the flashpoint of a massacre and the location of the era's largest smallpox hospital.
But the thunderstorms which have so far affected large parts of England are expected to move north and cause torrential downpours in parts of Scotland at the weekend.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 07:33 am
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