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Clock change increases deer risk on roads

As the clocks turn back this evening, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is warning motorists that the risk of collisions between deer and vehicles increase in certain parts of Scotland. Car accidents involving deer peak at this time of year. With

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Get Outdoors Weekend inspired by Commonwealth Games

Ramblers Scotland is hoping that the inspiration of seeing Team Scotland in action, along with other athletes, will motivate everyone in the country to be a bit more active themselves. The first ever ‘Get Outdoors Weekend’, being held on the

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Body of missing Glen Etive hillwalker found

Glen Etive

UPDATE: The dead man has now been named as 55 year old Martin Livingstone from Coatbridge. The body of a hillwalker missing since Saturday has been found and recovered from Glen Etive. The man was reported missing after he failed

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Gaelic landscape and language talk in Portree

John Stuart-Murray will give an illustrated talk about his novel Reading the Gaelic Landscape at the Aros Centre on Skye on Saturday 26th July at 4.00pm. Reading the Gaelic Landscape aims to encourage people to read and understand Gaelic and

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8000 Scottish Ferry tickets up for grabs

Eriskay, Outer Hebrides

Calmac and North Link Ferries have teamed up to give away 8000 passenger tickets to the Scottish Islands including the Outer Hebrides and Orkney. Winners will be drawn at random through a weekly ballot on 12th, 19th and 26th March

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A82 closures this week

The A82 between Tarbet and the north end of Loch Lomond will be closed in both directions between 9:30am and 3:30 pm on Tuesday 21st January, Wednesday 22nd January and Thursday 23rd January. The closure is required to remove trees,

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