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Culloden was the last battle fought in mainland Britain. Often misunderstood as a battle between the Scots and English or a religious war, the new £9 million visitor centre aims to explode the myths surrounding Culloden.

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Our client's dream was to open Inverness's first French fine dining restaurant. Shortly after opening, the owner agreed to appear in the first series of Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares programme.

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Gordonstoun is one of the best-known public schools in the UK, as famous for its previously strict physical regime of early morning runs and cold showers as it is for its royal connections.

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Mackenzie & Cruickshank is a family-run garden centre and department store in Forres, north-east Scotland. Stocking everything from garden gnomes to gladioli, the centre's popular tearoom's home-baking is also something of a local legend - selling 50,000 of their home-made scones per year.

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The Moray Firth is home to the world's most northerly resident population of bottlenose dolphins. But their existence is fragile and their numbers are dwindling, partly as a result of the impact of human behaviour.

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