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Memorial stone erected to commemorate 'both sides' of battle

27 January 2022
Memorial stone erected to commemorate 'both sides' of battle

Memorial stone erected to commemorate 'both sides' of battle

27 January 2022

A further step has been taken in the development of an ambitious project to commemorate the Battle of Littleferry.


Appeal to reunite 'stowaway' cat with owners after turning up in north village

26 January 2022
Appeal to reunite 'stowaway' cat with owners after turning up in north village

Appeal to reunite 'stowaway' cat with owners after turning up in north village

26 January 2022

A cat believed to be a 'stowaway' on a delivery to a village in Caithness is the centre of an online appeal to reunite it with its owners.


Highland project to present report on place-based approaches to tackle climate change

26 January 2022
Highland project to present report on place-based approaches to tackle climate change

Highland project to present report on place-based approaches to tackle climate change

26 January 2022

The Highland Adapts project will present its latest report to Highland Council members this week.


Sutherland MSP's call for unvaccinated constituents to 'roll up their sleeves'

24 January 2022
Sutherland MSP's call for unvaccinated constituents to 'roll up their sleeves'

Sutherland MSP's call for unvaccinated constituents to 'roll up their sleeves'

24 January 2022

Minister for health, Maree Todd, is urging constituents who are not fully vaccinated to roll up their sleeves get the vaccine.


Cash boost for timber transport projects in rural communities

24 January 2022
Cash boost for timber transport projects in rural communities

Cash boost for timber transport projects in rural communities

24 January 2022

Projects to reduce the effects of timber transport in rural communities could land a cash boost via a Scottish Forestry fund.


Tain baker Willie retires after 51 years in the bakehouse

22 January 2022
Tain baker Willie retires after 51 years in the bakehouse

Tain baker Willie retires after 51 years in the bakehouse

22 January 2022

Tain baker Willie Mackenzie has decided to hang up his rolling pin after 51 years in the trade.


Sutherland volunteer recognised for 'amazing achievement'

21 January 2022
Sutherland volunteer recognised for 'amazing achievement'

Sutherland volunteer recognised for 'amazing achievement'

21 January 2022

A young volunteer from Scourie has been recognised for his 'talent and commitment' after completing more than 500 hours of volunteer service.


PICTURES: Bowling club opens first session with trophy awards

20 January 2022
PICTURES: Bowling club opens first session with trophy awards

PICTURES: Bowling club opens first session with trophy awards

20 January 2022

Competition winners at Assynt Bowling Club received their trophies at the club's first indoor session of 2022.


Wester Ross school nominated in Gaelic short film awards

19 January 2022
Wester Ross school nominated in Gaelic short film awards

Wester Ross school nominated in Gaelic short film awards

19 January 2022

A Gaelic film produced by a Wester Ross high school has been shortlisted for an award in the prestigious Gaelic short film competition, 'FilmG'.


Farr Primary Nursery School in Bettyhill closed today

19 January 2022
Farr Primary Nursery School in Bettyhill closed today

Farr Primary Nursery School in Bettyhill closed today

19 January 2022

A north Sutherland primary nursery will join four other schools that will not be operating today.


Opera tour to feature world premiere of new piece by Sutherland composer

18 January 2022
Opera tour to feature world premiere of new piece by Sutherland composer

Opera tour to feature world premiere of new piece by Sutherland composer

18 January 2022

An 'up-and-coming' composer from Sutherland will be featured in the production of a new vaudeville-inspired opera tour.


Free fix for TV interference during Tain mobile upgrades

18 January 2022
Free fix for TV interference during Tain mobile upgrades

Free fix for TV interference during Tain mobile upgrades

18 January 2022

People in Tain are being advised that upgrades to mobile networks in the area could cause interference to TV signals.


Sutherland’s ex-services community benefit from charitable chocolate sales

18 January 2022
Sutherland’s ex-services community benefit from charitable chocolate sales

Sutherland’s ex-services community benefit from charitable chocolate sales

18 January 2022

A Sutherland ex-services charity has benefited from the sale of confectionary items.


Deadline approaches for public to submit comments on 17 new houses at 'old hockey pitch' in Golspie

18 January 2022
Deadline approaches for public to submit comments on 17 new houses at 'old hockey pitch' in Golspie

Deadline approaches for public to submit comments on 17 new houses at 'old hockey pitch' in Golspie

18 January 2022

Highland Council have submitted a planning application for 17 houses on the 'old hockey pitch' in Golspie.


North west high school geared up to promote benefits of cycling

17 January 2022
North west high school geared up to promote benefits of cycling

North west high school geared up to promote benefits of cycling

17 January 2022

Gairloch High School pupils are ready to ‘get on their bike’ after receiving funding from Cycling Scotland.


Funding opportunity for women and girls working in agriculture

17 January 2022
Funding opportunity for women and girls working in agriculture

Funding opportunity for women and girls working in agriculture

17 January 2022

More women and girls living and working in agriculture will be able to apply for funding for courses to help develop their skills.


SSSC and PVG costs to be funded for new workers in social care

14 January 2022
SSSC and PVG costs to be funded for new workers in social care

SSSC and PVG costs to be funded for new workers in social care

14 January 2022

Staff joining the social care workforce will have their entry costs paid by the Scottish Government until the end of March.


Last minute unplanned closures are damaging to business, says Highland restaurant owner

14 January 2022
Last minute unplanned closures are damaging to business, says Highland restaurant owner

Last minute unplanned closures are damaging to business, says Highland restaurant owner

14 January 2022

The full effects of Covid and temporary closures are still to be felt by the hospitality industry, says the owner of a Highland restaurant.


Scottish Crofters back rural migration scheme but warn that causes must be addressed

14 January 2022
Scottish Crofters back rural migration scheme but warn that causes must be addressed

Scottish Crofters back rural migration scheme but warn that causes must be addressed

14 January 2022

The Scottish Crofters Federation has warned that addressing the causes of rural depopulation must come before a proposed in-migration scheme.


Strathnaver Museum refurb at an 'exciting crossroads'

14 January 2022
Strathnaver Museum refurb at an 'exciting crossroads'

Strathnaver Museum refurb at an 'exciting crossroads'

14 January 2022

A £75000 award has moved Strathnaver Museum closer to completing their vital refurbishment project.


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