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Tongue Primary Nursery partially closed due to Covid related issues

14 March 2022
Tongue Primary Nursery partially closed due to Covid related issues

Tongue Primary Nursery partially closed due to Covid related issues

14 March 2022

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


Wild land report raises concerns over protection of Highland mountain scenery

12 March 2022
Wild land report raises concerns over protection of Highland mountain scenery

Wild land report raises concerns over protection of Highland mountain scenery

12 March 2022

A new report on the state of wild land in the Highlands is calling for better protection of its wild mountain scenery.


History of north west Sutherland Iron Age broch chronicled in new book

12 March 2022
History of north west Sutherland Iron Age broch chronicled in new book

History of north west Sutherland Iron Age broch chronicled in new book

12 March 2022

A new book chronicling the history of an Iron Age broch in north west Sutherland has been released


Pop-up LFD collection points in Highlands details released for week of March 14

11 March 2022
Pop-up LFD collection points in Highlands details released for week of March 14

Pop-up LFD collection points in Highlands details released for week of March 14

11 March 2022

Dates and locations of lateral flow device collection points and testing units have been released throughout Easter Ross


Award for Highland based charity aiming to 'destigmatise' conversations on mental health and suicide

11 March 2022
Award for Highland based charity aiming to 'destigmatise' conversations on mental health and suicide

Award for Highland based charity aiming to 'destigmatise' conversations on mental health and suicide

11 March 2022

Highland based mental health charity Mikeysline has been named Third Sector Organisation of the Year


Scrapping bonus scheme will make it difficult for firms to survive, says FSB boss

10 March 2022
Scrapping bonus scheme will make it difficult for firms to survive, says FSB boss

Scrapping bonus scheme will make it difficult for firms to survive, says FSB boss

10 March 2022

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Scotland has urged the government to retain rates relief for small businesses.


Sutherland art fair to invite people to explore their artistic side

10 March 2022
Sutherland art fair to invite people to explore their artistic side

Sutherland art fair to invite people to explore their artistic side

10 March 2022

People in Sutherland will have the opportunity explore their artistic side by sampling some of the activities on offer at a new art fair


Initiative to provide overnight parking for campervans and motorhomes to be repeated

10 March 2022
Initiative to provide overnight parking for campervans and motorhomes to be repeated

Initiative to provide overnight parking for campervans and motorhomes to be repeated

10 March 2022

A popular initiative encouraging campervans and motorhomes to use forestry car parks for overnight stays is being reinstated.


Kyle of Sutherland bothy project hailed as 'asset' to Sutherland community

09 March 2022
Kyle of Sutherland bothy project hailed as 'asset' to Sutherland community

Kyle of Sutherland bothy project hailed as 'asset' to Sutherland community

09 March 2022

MSP Maree Todd has praised the Kyle of Sutherland Development Trust, following the opening of their Community Bothy last week.


First Minister issues formal apology almost 300 years after last 'witch' is executed in Dornoch

09 March 2022
First Minister issues formal apology almost 300 years after last 'witch' is executed in Dornoch

First Minister issues formal apology almost 300 years after last 'witch' is executed in Dornoch

09 March 2022

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has issued a formal apology to thousands who have been accused of witchcraft.


Sutherland morning milk round a hit with local residents

08 March 2022
Sutherland morning milk round a hit with local residents

Sutherland morning milk round a hit with local residents

08 March 2022

A village delivery company in Dornoch has proved a hit with locals as it celebrate its first year of operations in March.


Golspie project aiming to revitalise play park equipment receives funding boost

04 March 2022
Golspie project aiming to revitalise play park equipment receives funding boost

Golspie project aiming to revitalise play park equipment receives funding boost

04 March 2022

A community project aiming to revitalise play parks in Golspie has been handed a significant funding boost.


Drop-off points across Ross and Sutherland seeking donations to aid people in Ukraine

02 March 2022
Drop-off points across Ross and Sutherland seeking donations to aid people in Ukraine

Drop-off points across Ross and Sutherland seeking donations to aid people in Ukraine

02 March 2022

Locations across Ross and Sutherland are doing their bit to collect necessary items that can be sent to aid people in Ukraine.


Firefighters called to tackle 'intense' wildfires near Rogart

02 March 2022
Firefighters called to tackle 'intense' wildfires near Rogart

Firefighters called to tackle 'intense' wildfires near Rogart

02 March 2022

The fires extended over a mile on "extremely challenging ground".


Sutherland homes to benefit from increased spending on heating and energy efficiency

01 March 2022
Sutherland homes to benefit from increased spending on heating and energy efficiency

Sutherland homes to benefit from increased spending on heating and energy efficiency

01 March 2022

Council homes in Sutherland are set to benefit from an increase in spending on heating and energy efficiency.


Rugby club recruit community coach to cover Sutherland school areas

01 March 2022
Rugby club recruit community coach to cover Sutherland school areas

Rugby club recruit community coach to cover Sutherland school areas

01 March 2022

A rugby club has been reaching out and inspiring young budding players in Sutherland thanks to the work of their new community rugby coach.


Nationwide appeal urges public to put wet wipes in the bin

28 February 2022
Nationwide appeal urges public to put wet wipes in the bin

Nationwide appeal urges public to put wet wipes in the bin

28 February 2022

People in Scotland are being urged to stop flushing wet wipes down the toilet as part of a major new campaign to help protect the environment.


NC500 glamping pods company offers free holiday breaks to Sutherland families

25 February 2022
NC500 glamping pods company offers free holiday breaks to Sutherland families

NC500 glamping pods company offers free holiday breaks to Sutherland families

25 February 2022

A 'glamping' company is offering families in Sutherland a unique opportunity to enjoy a five-star break on their sites at Achmelvich and Brora.


Pupils sent home due to 'major flood' at Tain primary school

25 February 2022
Pupils sent home due to 'major flood' at Tain primary school

Pupils sent home due to 'major flood' at Tain primary school

25 February 2022

Pupils at Knockbreck Primary are being sent home due to a 'major flood' in the main building of the school.


Advice for woodland owners suggests fallen trees could 'survive' for millenia if properly preserved

25 February 2022
Advice for woodland owners suggests fallen trees could 'survive' for millenia if properly preserved

Advice for woodland owners suggests fallen trees could 'survive' for millenia if properly preserved

25 February 2022

Woodland owners are being encouraged to make the best use of fallen trees by storing it in a way that preserves the hardwood for future use.


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