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Crag features A tiny granite buttress sitting directly underneath the south side of the A82 bridge, it offers a handful of short routes for trad or dry-tooling practise, which stay dry even in the rain.
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April 14 marked exactly 100 days to go to the XX Commonwealth Games. To celebrate the occasion, VisitScotland, the national tourism body for Scotland, has unveiled a list of the 100 Brilliant Things to do in Scotland that everyone must experience whilst in the country during this amazing year.
A GOVERNMENT review of wild fisheries in Scotland is failing to take into account the threat posed by farmed salmon, experts have claimed.
And 268 years and a few days later, opponents to a housing development near the battlefield outside Inverness are hoping to harness the defiant spirit of Charles Stuart's doomed clansmen.
Sarah Renwick, from Inverness, Scotland, works in the apple-packing facility at Waipopo Orchards, near Timaru, last week.
SCOTLAND has enjoyed one of its warmest days of the year so far, as the nation bathed in temperatures close to what was being experienced on the Mediterranean.
Has the Loch Ness Monster finally been captured on satellite imagery? Some people who have taken a look at the area in question on Apple Maps seem to think so.
THE first students on a pioneering new course at the Ironworks will get the chance to run the whole show at Sunday's Easter Showcase gig.
Homes and businesses in the town will get fibre broadband as part of the A 410 million Digital Scotland partnership.
ABOUT 1000 UK Fijian Methodist Fellowship members are expected to be hosted at Stoke-On-Trent for their three-day meeting and choir competition during the Easter weekend.
Sheila Cameron, 65, of Banavie, Fort William, in the Highlands, died as a result of the incident at nearby Neptune's Staircase at around 2pm on Wednesday, April 9. Police, ambulance and coastguard went to the scene and Ms Cameron was recovered from the water.
Writes Wicki-Yah: "Gramma Deb of White Bear Lake's entry about stay-at-home moms [BB, 4/11/2014] reminds me of a much-retold conversation I had with Theater Boy about 25 years ago.
The project, near Aviemore, has been delayed for several years by legal challenges from conservationists, and now Springfield Properties has confirmed that its focus has shifted elsewhere.
Steve, from Wimborne, Dorset, quit his job fitting security cameras to spend his days searching for Nessie and living on the banks of Loch Ness in 1991.