Lochaber councillor Allan Henderson says doing nothing about the Corran Ferry is not an option.
The Lochaber Times has asked the independent group councillors Margaret Davidson (Leader of Highland Council) and Alister Mackinnon (Budget Leader) for a statement on Councillor Baxter’s expulsion.
Trees for Life is dedicated to rewilding the Scottish Highlands. Its volunteers have established nearly two million native trees at dozens of sites, encouraging wildlife to flourish and helping communities to thrive.
The commission is one of several special SNH projects to celebrate our coasts and waters and their wildlife during the themed year and raise awareness of the importance of healthy seas.
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As more and more companies continue to get back to work, we look at how the financial
support is helping firms across the nation to adapt, innovate and protect jobs.
Creative ways of using your produce and storing it for future use is as much a part of growing your own food as sowing seeds and keeping on top of the weeds during the growing season. And being able to bring out a delicious treat weeks or even months after it was growing in the ground keeps that glow of pride lasting even longer.
Glenfinnan alone normally sees almost 400,000 visitors annually, with people drawn to see the 1745 monument and the famous viaduct which appeared in the Harry Potter movies.
‘You only need to ‘Google’ electric ferries to see how common they are becoming in Norway, Canada etc. It seems an obvious choice for a short trip ferry in a carbon neutral Highlands,’ said Councillor Ben Thompson.