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MSP Gail Ross victim of online identify theft

07 July 2020
MSP Gail Ross victim of online identify theft

MSP Gail Ross victim of online identify theft

07 July 2020

NORTH SNP MSP Gail Ross contacted police after finding herself a victim of online identity theft that left her feeling 'sick and angry'.


Collapse of giant crane destined for Moray East offshore wind farm

05 May 2020
Collapse of giant crane destined for Moray East offshore wind farm

Collapse of giant crane destined for Moray East offshore wind farm

05 May 2020

The shocking moment a giant crane – destined for Moray East offshore wind farm – collapses was caught in a YouTube video at the weekend.


Special tartan commissioned by Mey Games to mark 50th anniversary

03 May 2020
Special tartan commissioned by Mey Games to mark 50th anniversary

Special tartan commissioned by Mey Games to mark 50th anniversary

03 May 2020

Organisers of the Mey Highland Games have commissioned a special signature tartan to celebrate its 50th anniversary.


Royal Mail halts Saturday letter deliveries due to pandemic

02 May 2020
Royal Mail halts Saturday letter deliveries due to pandemic

Royal Mail halts Saturday letter deliveries due to pandemic

02 May 2020

Royal Mail has detailed temporary changes to its services because of the coronavirus crisis.


Scrubs love in Caithness and Sutherland

19 April 2020
Scrubs love in Caithness and Sutherland

Scrubs love in Caithness and Sutherland

19 April 2020

A Caithness craftswoman is helping coordinate a campaign to make medical clothing (scrubs) for the NHS during the coronavirus crisis.


North mother vows to fight on as her petition for schools allergy policy is dismissed

09 April 2020
North mother vows to fight on as her petition for schools allergy policy is dismissed

North mother vows to fight on as her petition for schools allergy policy is dismissed

09 April 2020

A Latheronwheel mum is fighting on to have allergy care policy statutory in all schools and nurseries after her government petition was dismissed.


Head of Venture North says there are challenges ahead for north tourism industry

04 April 2020
Head of Venture North says there are challenges ahead for north tourism industry

Head of Venture North says there are challenges ahead for north tourism industry

04 April 2020

An organisation promoting tourism in Caithness and Sutherland is rising to the challenges the industry faces due to Covid-19.


Promising A9 bus service stops operating

05 February 2020
Promising A9 bus service stops operating

Promising A9 bus service stops operating

05 February 2020

A bus company which started daily trips to Inverness from Caithness and Sutherland has decided to quit this part of its operation.


Pilgrims on a John O'Groats trail

01 November 2019
Pilgrims on a John O'Groats trail

Pilgrims on a John O'Groats trail

01 November 2019

A meeting at Helmsdale brought two organisations together with the aim of highlighting the historical aspects of a far north walking trail.


Berriedale blasts as A9 upgrade work continues

11 October 2019
Berriedale blasts as A9 upgrade work continues

Berriedale blasts as A9 upgrade work continues

11 October 2019

A series of explosive blasts to remove rock for a new section of road at Berriedale went without a hitch.


Morph gets very animated on visit to Dunbeath broch

10 October 2019
Morph gets very animated on visit to Dunbeath broch

Morph gets very animated on visit to Dunbeath broch

10 October 2019

TV personality Morph dropped by Dunbeath to pay a visit to one of the county's archaeological treasures.


Trolls and more at story festival

09 October 2019
Trolls and more at story festival

Trolls and more at story festival

09 October 2019

Storytellers and musicians are readying themselves for an annual festival in the far north that will include a special guest from Norway.


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