FOR most people, running a farm would be time consuming enough. However, for James Oswald raising Highland cattle and Romney sheep on his Fife farm is just part of what he does.
Published: Thu 26 Feb 2015
Eden Court's, Inverness Book Festival will not take place in 2015 and it's been confirmed that the 2014 festival was the final year.
Published: Mon 23 Feb 2015
SHINTY, the Highlands' native sport, is the subject of Neil Beaton's first book for young readers.
Published: Wed 18 Feb 2015
After a seven year absence, leading Scottish crime writer Chris Brookmyre has returned to his most popular character, stroppy and unpredictable journalist Jack Parlabane.
Published: Wed 28 Jan 2015
INVERNESS author Ali Smith failed to add another award to the tally collected by her latest novel How To Be Both this week.
- Strangers on a train plot book release
- Clio mines a rich seam of stories
- Ullapool writer given New Writers Award
- INTERVIEW: Peter May
- Win tickets for Peter May's Inverness event
- Books of the Year 2014
- Willie heads west with new story collection
- Peter Ramscombe: How I came to write 'Hare'
- The Woman Who Brought Murder to the Highlands
- Inverness author Ali adds to awards tally
- A pilgrimage to Brussels
- Movie Of The Week: Still Alice
- Mumford & Sons host Aviemore music festival for 25,000
- REVIEW: Mulan The Red Poppy Percussion Group
- Solo venture for Stellar Steven
- European Pipe Band Championships return to Forres
- Event Of The Week: Unknown Pleasures
- Crime author outstanding in his field
- Martin's Daintee Record Venture
- Final chapter for Inverness Book Festival
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