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New form for hillwalkers dedicated to Clive Dennier

Clive Dennier
Image caption Newspaper journalist Clive Dennier had been a keen hillwalker

A new aid to help locate hillwalkers or climbers who get into difficulty has been launched in memory of a Highland journalist and keen walker.

Clive Dennier went missing in March after going for a hike. His body was later found on the Knoydart Peninsula.

A form has been created on which people can leave details of a planned trek with friends or family.

It has been called Climbers Location and Identification Verification Envelope (Clive).

Mr Dennier, 50, was reported missing after he failed to turn up for work at the Strathspey and Badenoch Herald in March.

Various searches were made of areas where he was known to go walking.

A member of the public found his body in the Kinloch Hourn area on the Knoydart Peninsula.

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