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Alness youth elected to top post in Scottish Youth Parliament

Mollie McGoran, a young person from Alness said she was “absolutely delighted” to have been elected as Chair of the Scottish Youth Parliament. The members of the Scottish Youth Parliament, and her peers, recently voted Mollie McGoran, a Member of the Scottish Youth Parliament (MSYP) for Inverness and Nairn, Highland as their new Chair of… Read more »Read more

Leisure Link Partnership extends to ANGUSalive!

A partnership providing free use of leisure facilities across Scotland – including Highland – will now include access to multiple leisure facilities across the Angus area of Scotland. The Leisure Link Partnership allows highlife card holders to access gym, public swimming and fitness classes at leisure centres across Aberdeen, Argyll and Bute, the Borders, Highland,… Read more »Read more


The Highland weather wasn’t a friend to the first McRobert Cup since 2019. But despite that, the High Life Highland organised school’s event went swimmingly – almost literally. The event took place at Bught Park, Inverness on the morning of 22nd March. Speaking about the event, Dagmar Borrowman, High Life Highland’s Active Schools Coordinator for… Read more »Read more

East Caithness Community Facility

A spokesperson for High Life Highland has confirmed that the East Caithness Community Facility will remain closed to the public until further notice. The spokesperson said, “The location’s emergency procedures were implemented following a chemical-related incident this morning which resulted in the schools and community and sports facilities being evacuated as a precautionary measure. “Scottish… Read more »Read more


The High Life Highland Rangers team is reaching out to Highland communities seeking individual and family volunteers with an interest in wildlife and the environment to help develop sites for wildlife across the Highlands. HLH’s Rangers are offering workshops and training to support the public in understanding how to manage grasslands and wildflowers, how to… Read more »Read more


The team at Skye and Lochalsh Archive is looking forward to the relaunch of a popular cartoon character collection when “The Rebirth of Angus Og” comes to the island’s Staffin Hall on 30th March. Visitors to the event are promised to rediscover the wit, charm and general hilarity of Angus Og. Catherine MacPhee, High Life… Read more »Read more

Badminton Tournament returns for primary pupils

Golspie High School was the venue for the return of the Primary Schools Badminton tournament after an absence of three years. A total of 28 pupils took part in the primary six and primary seven tournament at Golspie High School. Speaking about the event, Elissa Stevenson, High Life Highland’s Active Schools Co-ordinator explained, “Seven schools… Read more »Read more