Welcome to PressReader, the world’s largest online newspaper kiosk, where you can browse and read thousands of full content premium newspapers and magazines for FREE.
Login using your library card
Visit www.pressreader.com or open the app and click ‘Sign In‘.
- Select the gold ‘Library and Group‘ sign in button
- Search for ‘High Life Highland’ from the list of libraries
- Enter your library barcode number and 4-digit PIN.
- Click ‘Sign In‘.
- You will be signed in for 30 days.
Login Period: You get 30 days access, after this period you are required to ‘Sign in‘ again using your library card. Go to your account name and scroll to ‘Sign out’ then ‘Sign in’.
Download the latest PressReader App to read on your mobile or tablet. You can now log into the PressReader app with your library barcode and PIN as above.
Export to eReader
Export your newspaper or magazine to your traditional eReader using the ‘Export to eReader’. This supports a number of file types and devices such as Kindle classic (mobi) Nook and Kobo (Epub).
Library W–Fi hotspot access
You’ll automatically gain login access to PressReader when using Highland libraries Wi-Fi or on any Library public access PC. Click here to view a map of available hotspots in the Highland area.
Please contact us at [email protected] for a note of your PIN or use the Forgot Your PIN? on the library catalogue. Click here to find out more about Library Card Sign In.
More Online Newspapers
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Newspaper Indexes and Microfilm
Browse our collection of Newspapers and Microfilm and search the Newspaper Indexes for local historical articles from the archives.
Local Newspaper Websites
The Inverness Courier | Highland News | John O’Groat Journal
Lochaber News | Northern Times | The Press and Journal | West Highland Free Press