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BBC news for Ross-shire

July 'almost twice as wet' as normal

Parts of Scotland have seen almost double their normal rainfall so far for the month of July.

Hopes high for 'Highland Harrods'

Plans for a community group to acquire the Falls of Shin tourist site formerly owned by Mohammed Al Fayed's Balnagowan Estate are pushing ahead.

Drones used to target giant hogweed

Aerial drones are being used for the first time in the Highlands to seek out giant hogweed and other invasive plant species so they can be destroyed.

Highland locations in 'movie map'

About 50 locations in the Highlands are being featured in new movie map to mark their lure for tourists.

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