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In Focus

North Kessock North Kessock lies on the south coast of the Black Isle, at the narrows where the Beauly Firth becomes the Moray Firth. Directly opposite is the city of Inverness. North Kessock is bypassed by the A9, which crosses the Kessock Bridge before cutting across the hillside behind most of the village. As a result North Kessock is spared through traffic. This makes it an idyllic spot, handy for Inverness, yet a million miles from the city bustle of its southern neighbour. ( More ...)

On This Day

1 July 1505: The Barber Surgeons of Edinburgh are granted a charter by the City Council enabling them to practise surgery within the city.

1 July 1543: The Treaty of Greenwich is agreed between King Henry VIII of England and the Earl of Arran, providing for the marriage of the then infant Mary, Queen of Scots to Henry's son. It is later repudiated by the Scottish Parliament.

1 July 1782: The Act of Proscription is repealed and the kilt and wearing of tartans comes into more general use.

Header Slides

Today's header slides are of the harbour in the extremely attractive town of Arbroath in Angus; and a view of the Ring of Brodgar, a superbly located stone circle standing at the heart of Orkney's Neolithic landscape.

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