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Tributes to John Macdonald a Highland “bobby” who rose to rank of chief superintendent

02 April 2024
Tributes to John Macdonald a Highland “bobby” who rose to rank of chief superintendent

Tributes to John Macdonald a Highland “bobby” who rose to rank of chief superintendent

02 April 2024

Tributes to John Macdonald a Highland “bobby” who rose to the rank of Chief Superintendent.


Last minute appeal for headteacher for Lochinver and Achiltibuie primary schools

28 March 2024
Last minute appeal for headteacher for Lochinver and Achiltibuie primary schools

Last minute appeal for headteacher for Lochinver and Achiltibuie primary schools

28 March 2024

The Highland Council is recruiting for a new £61,839-a-year head for the two schools


HEALTH MATTERS: Health inequalities are a real issue we all need to work on

24 March 2024
HEALTH MATTERS: Health inequalities are a real issue we all need to work on

HEALTH MATTERS: Health inequalities are a real issue we all need to work on

24 March 2024

Our public health department has two principal priorities as part of work to improve and protect the health of Highland people, writes Dr Tim Allison.


BUSINESS INSIGHT: Golf drives regional prosperity for Highlands

23 March 2024
BUSINESS INSIGHT: Golf drives regional prosperity for Highlands

BUSINESS INSIGHT: Golf drives regional prosperity for Highlands

23 March 2024

Region's golf is up there with the best in the world, says our columnist.


PICTURES: Rogart Primary School pupils enjoy learning in the great outdoors

21 March 2024
PICTURES: Rogart Primary School pupils enjoy learning in the great outdoors

PICTURES: Rogart Primary School pupils enjoy learning in the great outdoors

21 March 2024

Children use nature to inspire their creative and scientific projects.


Assynt Mountain Rescue Team go to aid of injured walker on Cul Beag in Coigach

21 March 2024
Assynt Mountain Rescue Team go to aid of injured walker on Cul Beag in Coigach

Assynt Mountain Rescue Team go to aid of injured walker on Cul Beag in Coigach

21 March 2024

The team spent a day training with members of the Police Scotland Highland and Islands Mountain Rescue Team on Monday.


YOUR VIEWS: Ardgay and district community deserves to be heard

17 March 2024
YOUR VIEWS: Ardgay and district community deserves to be heard

YOUR VIEWS: Ardgay and district community deserves to be heard

17 March 2024

A number of residents in the Ardgay and district area have shared their views about certain local issues in the absence of a community council.


OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Kyle of Tongue offers enough shelter for an early spring sea paddle

13 March 2024
OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Kyle of Tongue offers enough shelter for an early spring sea paddle

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Kyle of Tongue offers enough shelter for an early spring sea paddle

13 March 2024

The shallow waters of the Kyle offer a perfect place to enjoy the delights of the north coast, well protected from the forecast swell


Protect our water, public urged

12 March 2024
Protect our water, public urged

Protect our water, public urged

12 March 2024

The public have been urged to do their bit to help protect the country’s water.


Scottish Ambulance Service in need of volunteer Community First Responders for Sutherland

11 March 2024
Scottish Ambulance Service in need of volunteer Community First Responders for Sutherland

Scottish Ambulance Service in need of volunteer Community First Responders for Sutherland

11 March 2024

The Scottish Ambulance Service is recruiting volunteers to join its Helmsdale, Tongue and Achiltibuie Community First Responders (CFRs) group.


Clyne Heritage Society appoints new community heritage officer

11 March 2024
Clyne Heritage Society appoints new community heritage officer

Clyne Heritage Society appoints new community heritage officer

11 March 2024

Clyne Heritage Society (CHS) has appointed Brora resident Isla Campbell as its new community heritage officer.


Easter Ross Musical Theatre celebrates its 50th anniversary

08 March 2024
Easter Ross Musical Theatre celebrates its 50th anniversary

Easter Ross Musical Theatre celebrates its 50th anniversary

08 March 2024

Easter Ross Musical Theatre, formerly known as the Garrick Singers, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.


Tongue pupils celebrate World Book Day

08 March 2024
Tongue pupils celebrate World Book Day

Tongue pupils celebrate World Book Day

08 March 2024

World Book Day was created by UNESCO in 1995 as a celebration of books and reading.


Timespan's archive image of herring gutters at Helmsdale sparks international interest

07 March 2024
Timespan's archive image of herring gutters at Helmsdale sparks international interest

Timespan's archive image of herring gutters at Helmsdale sparks international interest

07 March 2024

The photo has reached an international audience of over 80,000.


PICTURES: Pupils from Sutherland schools in winter cross-country series

04 March 2024
PICTURES: Pupils from Sutherland schools in winter cross-country series

PICTURES: Pupils from Sutherland schools in winter cross-country series

04 March 2024

Four events took place in Inver, Invergordon, Alness and Dornoch.


DR TIM ALLISON: Can Biden and Trump help Highlanders understand how to live longer better?

03 March 2024
DR TIM ALLISON: Can Biden and Trump help Highlanders understand how to live longer better?

DR TIM ALLISON: Can Biden and Trump help Highlanders understand how to live longer better?

03 March 2024

Two very well-known people have been in the news a lot over recent weeks.


FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The lessons I have learned about how to cope with grief

03 March 2024
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The lessons I have learned about how to cope with grief

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The lessons I have learned about how to cope with grief

03 March 2024

The shocking emotional impact of grief does lessen with time.


NHS HIGHLAND: Abusive relationships lead to loss of safety, choice and control

25 February 2024
NHS HIGHLAND: Abusive relationships lead to loss of safety, choice and control

NHS HIGHLAND: Abusive relationships lead to loss of safety, choice and control

25 February 2024

Highland Violence Against Women Partnership (HVAWP) have piloted their innovative ‘Spider in a Glass’ campaign.


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.


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