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Dornoch Community Council taken to task over objections to change of use applications

25 September 2021
Dornoch Community Council taken to task over objections to change of use applications

Dornoch Community Council taken to task over objections to change of use applications

25 September 2021

Carol Mackay said she had been approached by a number of local people unhappy at the stance taken by the community council.


PICTURES: Trumble Cheer and Dance show finally goes ahead after two postponements due to Covid-19

24 September 2021
PICTURES: Trumble Cheer and Dance show finally goes ahead after two postponements due to Covid-19

PICTURES: Trumble Cheer and Dance show finally goes ahead after two postponements due to Covid-19

24 September 2021

School principal Jan Trumble said: “The TCD dancers finally got their chance to shine on stage and what little stars they all were.”


Inchnadamph Lodge community buyout plan picks up pace

24 September 2021
Inchnadamph Lodge community buyout plan picks up pace

Inchnadamph Lodge community buyout plan picks up pace

24 September 2021

Inchnadamph Lodge and other buildings in its policies were put up for sale earlier this year with an asking price of £849,000.


Timespan wins £15k in prestigious Museum of the Year Award but loses out on top prize

23 September 2021
Timespan wins £15k in prestigious Museum of the Year Award but loses out on top prize

Timespan wins £15k in prestigious Museum of the Year Award but loses out on top prize

23 September 2021

The £100,000 award – the world’s largest museum award – went to Firstsite in Colchester with the four runners-up to receive £15,000.


Beautiful Brora showcased in new calendar

23 September 2021
Beautiful Brora showcased in new calendar

Beautiful Brora showcased in new calendar

23 September 2021

A chance conversation between two Brora women has resulted in the launch of the first Beautiful Brora calendar


Dornoch Hub has got the wow factor!

23 September 2021
Dornoch Hub has got the wow factor!

Dornoch Hub has got the wow factor!

23 September 2021

The conversion of the former Dornoch Police Station has impressed representatives of funding bodies.


'Heartbroken' family of paramotorist killed in Sutherland air crash thank emergency services

22 September 2021
'Heartbroken' family of paramotorist killed in Sutherland air crash thank emergency services

'Heartbroken' family of paramotorist killed in Sutherland air crash thank emergency services

22 September 2021

Statements have been issued by the families of two high-profile paragliders who crashed while flying in north west Sutherland last Saturday.


Pupils mark Helmsdale lollipop lady's retirement

22 September 2021
Pupils mark Helmsdale lollipop lady's retirement

Pupils mark Helmsdale lollipop lady's retirement

22 September 2021

Sheila MacLeod has ensured that Helmsdale pupils have crossed the busy A9 safely for 13 years.


End of an era as Dornoch Cathedral minister departs

22 September 2021
End of an era as Dornoch Cathedral minister departs

End of an era as Dornoch Cathedral minister departs

22 September 2021

The Cathedral congregation said an emotional farewell to the popular minister at her last service on Sunday.


Interest in lease of Dornoch airfield shed peters out

21 September 2021
Interest in lease of Dornoch airfield shed peters out

Interest in lease of Dornoch airfield shed peters out

21 September 2021

The 838 square foot, timber frame shed, located next to the grass airstrip at Dornoch links, was advertised for rental by Highland Council.


Cabinet Secretary Kate Forbes to speak at Sutherland Fuel Poverty Summit

21 September 2021
Cabinet Secretary Kate Forbes to speak at Sutherland Fuel Poverty Summit

Cabinet Secretary Kate Forbes to speak at Sutherland Fuel Poverty Summit

21 September 2021

The outcome of the Sutherland Affordable Warmth Survey will be presented at the summit.


Melvich hub plan sparks letters plea

21 September 2021
Melvich hub plan sparks letters plea

Melvich hub plan sparks letters plea

21 September 2021

It could be up to two years before a new community hub is in place with the project reliant on grant funding success.


Top prize at Rogart sheepdog trials goes to Aberdeen handler

21 September 2021
Top prize at Rogart sheepdog trials goes to Aberdeen handler

Top prize at Rogart sheepdog trials goes to Aberdeen handler

21 September 2021

Ian Wilkie notched up 96 points - three points ahead of his nearest rival Will Cormack and his dog Jill.


Pedal power Dornoch couple hope to reach £10k mark for Maggie's Highland

20 September 2021
Pedal power Dornoch couple hope to reach £10k mark for Maggie's Highland

Pedal power Dornoch couple hope to reach £10k mark for Maggie's Highland

20 September 2021

Stuart and Marjory Grant were among 40 cyclists to take part in the gruelling challenge with an overall goal of raising £150,000.


Motor boat owner left adrift at sea thanks Lochinver lifeboat for going to his rescue

20 September 2021
Motor boat owner left adrift at sea thanks Lochinver lifeboat for going to his rescue

Motor boat owner left adrift at sea thanks Lochinver lifeboat for going to his rescue

20 September 2021

The lifeboat was called out just after 7pm on Sunday to go to the aid of Charlie Mcbride who was adrift in his boat north east of Loch Ewe.


Community council to 'take its time' before reaching view on major housing development for Dornoch

20 September 2021
Community council to 'take its time' before reaching view on major housing development for Dornoch

Community council to 'take its time' before reaching view on major housing development for Dornoch

20 September 2021

Elgin based Springfield Properties is proposing to build 112 homes on land 120 metres north of Glenburn, Station Road.


Art group to hold exhibition at Brora

20 September 2021
Art group to hold exhibition at Brora

Art group to hold exhibition at Brora

20 September 2021

The event is free and light refreshments will be available.


Suffrage anniversary banner made by north coast women to be exhibited

19 September 2021
Suffrage anniversary banner made by north coast women to be exhibited

Suffrage anniversary banner made by north coast women to be exhibited

19 September 2021

The banner is one of three to be made in the Highlands,


Street at new Dornoch housing development to be named in memory of teacher

19 September 2021
Street at new Dornoch housing development to be named in memory of teacher

Street at new Dornoch housing development to be named in memory of teacher

19 September 2021

The street is to be called Sorley Avenue in honour of Isobel Sorley, who died in 2019.


Dornoch Hogmanay street party 'unlikely' and doubt over Remembrance Day parade

18 September 2021
Dornoch Hogmanay street party 'unlikely' and doubt over Remembrance Day parade

Dornoch Hogmanay street party 'unlikely' and doubt over Remembrance Day parade

18 September 2021

The popular event, which attracts people from far afield, was cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.


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