Highland County, Scotland Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Full circle: road tripping in the HighlandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 26 | Yahoo!

    For years, tourists have used Inverness as a springboard to visit nearby Loch Ness, with the vague hope, perhaps, of glimpsing the loch's bashful resident monster. These days, however, Scotland's most northerly city is the launching pad for a very different adventure - one where spectacular sights are guaranteed.

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  2. Old Road Boulders [Highland, Scotland]Read the original story

    Sunday Jun 26 | UKClimbing.com

    Just after Slattadale there is a long straight hill, Half way up this is section of the old single track road on your left. There is a Deer fence to navigate in order to access the Boulders. Please be carefull to not damage it.

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  3. A breath of country air: a relaxing break in Taynuilt, ArgyllRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | Sunday Herald

    THE hustle and bustle of living and working in a city can occasionally take its toll and taking a countryside break can be a revitalising treat that doesn't break the bank. That was my first thought when I arranged a two-night stay at the Ardanaiseig Hotel in Argyll, an old, traditional country house venue close to Oban.

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  4. Outlander Recap: The Hail MarryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | TVLine

    Sure, a wedding registry is the least of concerns when it comes to the hastily arranged nuptials that take place in this week's Outlander . But c'mon: I'm sure Black Jack Randall and Mary Hawkins could use something to mark the beginning of their terrible new union.

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  5. 'Outlander' season 2, episode 12: Brothers grimRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | Home Page tampabay.com

    The last few episodes have probably left fellow book readers a bit confused. Actually, we feel a little like Claire.

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  6. 'Outlander' recap: 'The Hail Mary'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

    Though titled "The Hail Mary" - a reference to both Jamie's final attempt to thwart the Battle of Culloden and Mary Hawkins' return - this week's Outlander episode was all about two men at the end of their lives and how their deathbed decisions would affect generations. We open just outside Inverness, as Jamie, Claire, and the rest reunite with Prince Charles' encampment.

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  7. Outlander Season 2, Episode 12 Recap: Always Bet On Black JackRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2016 | Refinery 29

    Warning: This article contains spoilers from tonight's episode of Outlander . Read at your own risk.

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  8. A game of guts and luckAnd the beat goes onRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | Sunday Herald

    MIDDAY at Dirty Dick's on Edinburgh's Rose Street, and Alan Warner doesn't take up my offer of a flaming sambuca in honour of the fictional west coast choir girls who rampage their way through his 1998 novel, The Sopranos. Maybe he's fearful of ending up like the fictional girl, described in the book, while drinking a sambuca "scorched her throat and it swole right up, closed her oesophagus".

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  9. Who dares gets away with it: interview with Alan Warner, as the stage ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | Sunday Herald

    MIDDAY at Dirty Dick's on Edinburgh's Rose Street, a pub mentioned in Alan Warner's 1998 novel, The Sopranos, and the author doesn't take up my offer of a flaming sambuca in honour of the fictional west coast choir girls who rampage their way through his book. Maybe he's fearful of ending up like one of his characters who, while drinking a sambuca "scorched her throat and it swole right up, closed her oesophagus".

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  10. At least 1500 plus Inverness, Nairn and Badenoch voters want another Euro ReferendumRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 25 | A Gurn from Nurn

    A UK wide petition for another referendum now has more than two million signatures. One of our regular readers, Brian, sent us a link.

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  11. Inverness Jazz Festival cancelled after poor ticket salesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Sunday Herald

    Organisers of the July event said they would "work even harder" to get the festival off the ground next year. An announcement on social media said: "It is with great regret that the 2016 Inverness Jazz Festival will now be hosting only one event and that will be the Fun Jazz Cruise on Loch Ness listening to the Ness River Rhythm Kings.

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  12. Your pictures of Scotland: 17-24 JuneRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | Newsday

    Phil Beaumont captured this stunning view of St Monans Auld Kirk in Fife. Send your pictures to [email protected] or Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

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  13. Financial sector chief takes technology high roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Sunday Herald

    Successor to SFE chief executives from the worlds of business and the civil service, the unassuming Mr Jones, 57, is happy to note that he is a "36-years time-served tradesman" in the insurance sector. He has served all of that time in Edinburgh, yet can boast senior UK-wide management roles in three of SFE's biggest members - Aviva, RBS and Standard Life.

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  14. James Heath discovers old magic at AviemoreRead the original story

    Friday Jun 24 | Scotsman.com

    It's not just talented Scottish golfers who drop off the radar. Just ask James Heath.

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  15. Greig Hutcheon goes the distance to win Northern OpenRead the original story

    Friday Jun 24 | Scotsman.com

    Six years after winning a weather-hit shortened event at Meldrum House, Greig Hutcheon is celebrating a Northern Open victory over the full distance at Royal Dornoch. The 43-year-old claimed his second success in the Tartan Tour event in style, winning by six shots with an impressive 13-under-par 267 total at the Sutherland venue.

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  16. Man dies after falling from scallop fishing boat off ShetlandRead the original story

    Friday Jun 24 | Scotsman.com

    A Maritime and Coastguard Agency spokeswoman said: "At 9:45am on Thursday 23 June, the UK Coastguard received a mayday broadcast from a 21-metre fishing vessel reporting a person overboard, 17 nautical miles south-west of Scalloway, Shetland. "The casualty was winched on board and flown to Gilbert Bain Hospital.

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  17. New osprey chicks at Loch Garten fitted with ringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | BBC News

    Two osprey chicks at RSPB Scotland's Loch Garten Reserve, near Grantown on Spey, have been fitted with rings to help ornithologists to monitor them. The pair, named Rowan and Willow by listeners of BBC Scotland's Out for the Weekend programme, hatched in May. The young raptors are being raised by a female and male known as EJ and Odin.

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  18. 'Stunning' new Loch Ness Monster image shows...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Metro UK News

    Because the Loch Ness monster is very much alive and is hanging out in the Urquhart Bay, Inverness. It seems.

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  19. 'Dazed' in GlasgowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | BBC News

    Commuters, although walking briskly, seem to be moving with more hesitation than usual as they head to jobs in chain stores and offices. Many are talking intently into their mobile phones - about Jeremy Corbyn, the economy, and about the possibility of another independence referendum.

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  20. Scottish Cheese Secures Milestone Distribution Deal With Atalanta Corporation in USARead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | The Paramus Post

    A new Scottish Dairy brand is to be launched at the Summer Fancy Foods Show in New York, in conjunction with a significant new deal reached with Atalanta Corporation, the largest privately owned food importer in the United States. Testimony to the increasing US demand for products with Scottish provenance, a selection of the best of Scotland's dairy will be launched at a special industry reception and tasting at the Summer Fancy Foods Show.

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