DEC
17

BBC news for Highland

Two climbers rescued from Cairngorms mountain

The men, who were climbing without ropes, became cragfast 600ft up Jacob's Ladder in the Cairngorms,

Kayaker with broken paddle rescued by lifeboat

The man was found near uninhabited islands Longay and Crowlin after setting out from Skye.

Pelvic health booklet written in Highlands goes global

Written six years ago in the Highlands, the guide for young women can now be found in Australia and Brazil.

Boy, four, left on school bus tried to walk home

The four-year-old was left on school transport in a bus depot and then tried to find his way home.

Live BBC World News

CIA 'helped stop Russia terror attack'

The CIA helped Russia foil a planned terror attack on a St Petersburg cathedral, the Kremlin says.

Deadly attack on Methodist church in Pakistan

At least eight people are killed as suicide bombers target a Methodist church service in Quetta.

François Gabart: French sailor slashes around the world solo record

François Gabart cuts more than six days off the record for fastest solo sail around the globe.

Police investigate four baby deaths at South Korea hospital

Family members say they had concerns about the health of the infants before they died.

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