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Young Lochinver entrepreneur says start-up loan was crucial to setting up her new shepherd's hut hospitality business

22 February 2024
Young Lochinver entrepreneur says start-up loan was crucial to setting up her new shepherd's hut hospitality business

Young Lochinver entrepreneur says start-up loan was crucial to setting up her new shepherd's hut hospitality business

22 February 2024

Isobel Wright received a £20,000 loan from the British Business Bank’s Start Up Loans programme and Transmit Startups.


Clyne Heritage Society announces appointment of community engagement officer as start set to be made on its new £4.5m heritage hub and visitor centre

22 February 2024
Clyne Heritage Society announces appointment of community engagement officer as start set to be made on its new £4.5m heritage hub and visitor centre

Clyne Heritage Society announces appointment of community engagement officer as start set to be made on its new £4.5m heritage hub and visitor centre

22 February 2024

Aileen Ogilvie was the unanimous choice of the society's management board from a very strong UK-wide field.


Brora photographer captures stunning image of Red Arrows over Tain

22 February 2024
Brora photographer captures stunning image of Red Arrows over Tain

Brora photographer captures stunning image of Red Arrows over Tain

22 February 2024

The iconic RAF stunt flying team have been training in the skies above Easter Ross this week.


OBITUARY: Karen Morrison of Dingwall and Durness - a woman who made the world a better place

19 February 2024
OBITUARY: Karen Morrison of Dingwall and Durness - a woman who made the world a better place

OBITUARY: Karen Morrison of Dingwall and Durness - a woman who made the world a better place

19 February 2024

"She didn’t tiptoe through life – she marched through it"


OBITUARY: Michael Macpherson, Rogart

12 February 2024
OBITUARY: Michael Macpherson, Rogart

OBITUARY: Michael Macpherson, Rogart

12 February 2024

The eulogies painted a picture of a funny, warm, loving, straight-talking and mischievous man.


World premiere unveiled during toe-tapping Gizzen Briggs' rally in Tain

12 February 2024
World premiere unveiled during toe-tapping Gizzen Briggs' rally in Tain

World premiere unveiled during toe-tapping Gizzen Briggs' rally in Tain

12 February 2024

There were old tunes, new tunes, Orcadian tunes, Shetland tunes – and a world premiere – all performed under the baton of Lynsey Bolton.


'Big-hearted gesture of community support' from Dornoch hotel to rescue service

07 February 2024
'Big-hearted gesture of community support' from Dornoch hotel to rescue service

'Big-hearted gesture of community support' from Dornoch hotel to rescue service

07 February 2024

East Sutherland Rescue Association (ESRA) has received a welcome financial boost.


World Gaelic Week concert at Bonar Bridge

07 February 2024
World Gaelic Week concert at Bonar Bridge

World Gaelic Week concert at Bonar Bridge

07 February 2024

The concert features two of Scotland’s finest Gaelic artists Brian Ó hEadhra and Fionnag NicChoinnich.


HEALTH MATTERS: Medicines have their place but are not the only answer

06 February 2024
HEALTH MATTERS: Medicines have their place but are not the only answer

HEALTH MATTERS: Medicines have their place but are not the only answer

06 February 2024

Almost all of us will use medicines and tablets either regularly or occasionally.


Golspie Rowing Club sets its sights on trophies in 2024

06 February 2024
Golspie Rowing Club sets its sights on trophies in 2024

Golspie Rowing Club sets its sights on trophies in 2024

06 February 2024

Skifguefest in Ireland at the beginning of August is a major focus of the training this year.


Heritage society's 'Taste of Burns' evening at Dornoch a 'tremendous success'

29 January 2024
Heritage society's 'Taste of Burns' evening at Dornoch a 'tremendous success'

Heritage society's 'Taste of Burns' evening at Dornoch a 'tremendous success'

29 January 2024

It was an evening of poetry, good food and companionship.


Burns supper at Brora Scout and Guide Hall 'extra special'

29 January 2024
Burns supper at Brora Scout and Guide Hall 'extra special'

Burns supper at Brora Scout and Guide Hall 'extra special'

29 January 2024

The event marked one of two very significant milestones in the history of Brora this year.


PICTURES: Burns supper at Embo a sell-out success

29 January 2024
PICTURES: Burns supper at Embo a sell-out success

PICTURES: Burns supper at Embo a sell-out success

29 January 2024

Attendees enjoyed a delicious three-course traditional meal, a light-hearted variety of speeches and an evening of ceilidh dancing.


NHS HIGHLAND: Home is best for recovering patients

28 January 2024
NHS HIGHLAND: Home is best for recovering patients

NHS HIGHLAND: Home is best for recovering patients

28 January 2024

Once someone is well enough to go home, staying longer in hospital can reduce their independence, says our columnist.


SARAH RANKIN: Time to inject some culinary excitement into our menus

27 January 2024
SARAH RANKIN: Time to inject some culinary excitement into our menus

SARAH RANKIN: Time to inject some culinary excitement into our menus

27 January 2024

If diets worked, we’d all go on one once and there would be no multibillion-pound industry built up around it, says our columnist.


East Sutherland Camera Club members challenged to capture essence of home

21 January 2024
East Sutherland Camera Club members challenged to capture essence of home

East Sutherland Camera Club members challenged to capture essence of home

21 January 2024

East Sutherland Camera Club's January competition was 'My Town or Village'.


NHS HIGHLAND: Our genetic make-up and our bodies were not designed for the type of lifestyle we live

21 January 2024
NHS HIGHLAND: Our genetic make-up and our bodies were not designed for the type of lifestyle we live

NHS HIGHLAND: Our genetic make-up and our bodies were not designed for the type of lifestyle we live

21 January 2024

The lifestyle that best suits our natural instincts and our genetics is one of hunting and foraging, says our columnist.


Royal Dornoch golf club community fund now inviting applications

19 January 2024
Royal Dornoch golf club community fund now inviting applications

Royal Dornoch golf club community fund now inviting applications

19 January 2024

The fund aims to enhance the local area’s 'quality of life'.


LUCY BEATTIE: Crofting a crucial local player amid global challenges

14 January 2024
LUCY BEATTIE: Crofting a crucial local player amid global challenges

LUCY BEATTIE: Crofting a crucial local player amid global challenges

14 January 2024

New Ross-shire Journal columnist Lucy Beattie from Wester Ross discusses the importance of local crofting amid global challenges.


NHS HIGHLAND: Here's how you can help reduce waiting times at Inverness A&E

13 January 2024
NHS HIGHLAND: Here's how you can help reduce waiting times at Inverness A&E

NHS HIGHLAND: Here's how you can help reduce waiting times at Inverness A&E

13 January 2024

Community pharmacies across our area should be your first stop if you have a minor illness such as a cold, upset stomach or general aches and pains.


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