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It beholds us all to work hard to create a world where war is not necessary

03 July 2022
It beholds us all to work hard to create a world where war is not necessary

It beholds us all to work hard to create a world where war is not necessary

03 July 2022

COLUMN: Food for Thought by James Currall


Cuddles and rewards the solution for ‘jumpaholics’

02 July 2022
Cuddles and rewards the solution for ‘jumpaholics’

Cuddles and rewards the solution for ‘jumpaholics’

02 July 2022

COLUMN: Pawsability by Anna Patfield


Recipe of the week: Italian shortbread shapes with veggie sticks and dips

02 July 2022
Recipe of the week: Italian shortbread shapes with veggie sticks and dips

Recipe of the week: Italian shortbread shapes with veggie sticks and dips

02 July 2022

Serve these tasty cheesy morsels alongside a colourful platter of veggie sticks and mixed dips for a "crunch munch" fest.


Bettyhill bounces back from Covid with gala queen named and packed four-day programme in hand

01 July 2022
Bettyhill bounces back from Covid with gala queen named and packed four-day programme in hand

Bettyhill bounces back from Covid with gala queen named and packed four-day programme in hand

01 July 2022

Bettyhill Gala makes a welcome return in August and presiding over it as gala queen will be Murron Drennan (18).


Royal Dornoch children's contest promotes nature awareness

30 June 2022
Royal Dornoch children's contest promotes nature awareness

Royal Dornoch children's contest promotes nature awareness

30 June 2022

Royal Dornoch Golf Club is encouraging young people in its area to immerse themselves in nature.


I’ll be sticking with Royal Mail where possible in future

26 June 2022
I’ll be sticking with Royal Mail where possible in future

I’ll be sticking with Royal Mail where possible in future

26 June 2022

Royal Mail is great and after 28 years with them, I feel I have enough knowledge of the business to comment.


Driving a large van in Devon is not a huge amount of fun

25 June 2022
Driving a large van in Devon is not a huge amount of fun

Driving a large van in Devon is not a huge amount of fun

25 June 2022

Canvassing in rural Devon is rather different to canvassing up here in the far north.


New president takes over at East Sutherland Rotary Club

25 June 2022
New president takes over at East Sutherland Rotary Club

New president takes over at East Sutherland Rotary Club

25 June 2022

An official handover ceremony was held last week at a special supper at Royal Dornoch Golf Club.


Recipe of the week: Strawberry jam

25 June 2022
Recipe of the week: Strawberry jam

Recipe of the week: Strawberry jam

25 June 2022

Make the strawberry season last all year long with this easy jam from Nicola Cronin, Community Fruit Harvesting / Love Food Hate Waste New Zealand.


PICTURES: Poignant service held to mark centenary of Dornoch War Memorial

24 June 2022
PICTURES: Poignant service held to mark centenary of Dornoch War Memorial

PICTURES: Poignant service held to mark centenary of Dornoch War Memorial

24 June 2022

Local school pupils played a major part in the commemoration.


Inspirational Sutherland para-athlete Hope Gordon 'wows' audience at regional Rotary conference

24 June 2022
Inspirational Sutherland para-athlete Hope Gordon 'wows' audience at regional Rotary conference

Inspirational Sutherland para-athlete Hope Gordon 'wows' audience at regional Rotary conference

24 June 2022

Hope Gordon shared the billing at the conference with Gordon McInally who is set to take over as Rotary world president.


Centenary of Sutherland County Cup marked at Royal Dornoch with mementos for past champions

22 June 2022
Centenary of Sutherland County Cup marked at Royal Dornoch with mementos for past champions

Centenary of Sutherland County Cup marked at Royal Dornoch with mementos for past champions

22 June 2022

Senior members and past champions gathered at the clubhouse to receive a memento marking their year as the area’s champion golfer.


Hope victorious in battle for Farr Primary School game shield

20 June 2022
Hope victorious in battle for Farr Primary School game shield

Hope victorious in battle for Farr Primary School game shield

20 June 2022

It was an event pupils in a north coast school were looking forward to immensely.


This new council does not appear to value localism

19 June 2022
This new council does not appear to value localism

This new council does not appear to value localism

19 June 2022

SNP councillors are now the dominant people in Highland Council's administration hierarchy.


Production of local food is hard work – but it is possible

18 June 2022
Production of local food is hard work – but it is possible

Production of local food is hard work – but it is possible

18 June 2022

COLUMN: From the Croft by Russell Smith


Recipe of the week: Easy Scotch Lamb pilaf

18 June 2022
Recipe of the week: Easy Scotch Lamb pilaf

Recipe of the week: Easy Scotch Lamb pilaf

18 June 2022

A delicious, lightly-spiced dish that everyone will want to tuck into.


'Great atmosphere' at sunny Helmsdale Primary School sports day

15 June 2022
'Great atmosphere' at sunny Helmsdale Primary School sports day

'Great atmosphere' at sunny Helmsdale Primary School sports day

15 June 2022

It was the first school sports day at Helmsdale Primary School for two years - since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.


New minister at Dornoch church

14 June 2022
New minister at Dornoch church

New minister at Dornoch church

14 June 2022

Nearly 200 people, including friends and family from across Scotland, attended a service led by Rev Ben Fiddian and Rev Iain Macaskill.


Podcast series event researches flytier Megan Boyd

14 June 2022
Podcast series event researches flytier Megan Boyd

Podcast series event researches flytier Megan Boyd

14 June 2022

Podcaster and the team want to hold information gathering sessions to help complete the picture


COLUMN: Getting lost on a bird watching trip was a salutory lesson for me

12 June 2022
COLUMN: Getting lost on a bird watching trip was a salutory lesson for me

COLUMN: Getting lost on a bird watching trip was a salutory lesson for me

12 June 2022

In my stubbornness to convince myself that I was right, I actually reasoned the evidence away.


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