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PICTURES: Triumphant welcome for celebrity Ashley Cain at John O'Groats after gruelling cycle ride

17 September 2021
PICTURES: Triumphant welcome for celebrity Ashley Cain at John O'Groats after gruelling cycle ride

PICTURES: Triumphant welcome for celebrity Ashley Cain at John O'Groats after gruelling cycle ride

17 September 2021

Ex-footballer and reality TV star Ashley Cain finished a charity cycle ride at John O'Groats to a hero's welcome with many local supporters turning up


Bank holiday affects GP surgeries

01 August 2021
Bank holiday affects GP surgeries

Bank holiday affects GP surgeries

01 August 2021

NHS Highland has reminded residents in Sutherland that the region’s GP surgeries will be affected by the summer bank holiday next week.


Water plea issued amid low levels in parts of Sutherland

29 July 2021
Water plea issued amid low levels in parts of Sutherland

Water plea issued amid low levels in parts of Sutherland

29 July 2021

CUT back on water use, some Sutherland residents have been urged amid "significant scarcity" in rivers in some parts of the county.


Highland football heroes score a hat trick of building awards

08 July 2021
Highland football heroes score a hat trick of building awards

Highland football heroes score a hat trick of building awards

08 July 2021

Former footballers Lewis Mackinnon and Zander Sutherland are hat trick heroes after gaining their third National House Builders Council awards


Nationwide tour of giant Saltire reaches far north this weekend

30 June 2021
Nationwide tour of giant Saltire reaches far north this weekend

Nationwide tour of giant Saltire reaches far north this weekend

30 June 2021

A giant Saltire flag will arrive at Dunnet beach on Saturday as part of a nationwide tour of Scotland's scenic sites by independence supporters.


SNP manifesto is light in detail on support for crofters

19 June 2021
SNP manifesto is light in detail on support for crofters

SNP manifesto is light in detail on support for crofters

19 June 2021

The elections are gone and we have a SNP government again. I searched through their manifesto to see what the future holds for crofters.


Local poll result shows majority backing for golf course at Coul Links

16 June 2021
Local poll result shows majority backing for golf course at Coul Links

Local poll result shows majority backing for golf course at Coul Links

16 June 2021

A poll on behalf of the community group was carried out in the fortnight leading up to June 11.


Artwork in Inverness park set to become wildlife selfie spot

09 June 2021
Artwork in Inverness park set to become wildlife selfie spot

Artwork in Inverness park set to become wildlife selfie spot

09 June 2021

A new art piece in an Inverness park is set to become a wildlife selfie spot after plans for its original city centre location were changed.


Cinemas and café bar set to reopen later this month at Eden Court

08 May 2021
Cinemas and café bar set to reopen later this month at Eden Court

Cinemas and café bar set to reopen later this month at Eden Court

08 May 2021

Eden Court in Inverness is preparing to welcome back film fans later this month.


I have visited my tomb and seen my resurrection

21 March 2021
I have visited my tomb and seen my resurrection

I have visited my tomb and seen my resurrection

21 March 2021

It was just before Easter 2004 that my brother phoned to tell me he had bought a plot.


Forced testing could threaten future of Highland League clubs

14 February 2021
Forced testing could threaten future of Highland League clubs

Forced testing could threaten future of Highland League clubs

14 February 2021

SFA to hold review tomorrow if suspension can be lifted.


From the Northern Times of 25, 50 and 100 years ago

30 January 2021
From the Northern Times of 25, 50 and 100 years ago

From the Northern Times of 25, 50 and 100 years ago

30 January 2021

Extracts from the annals of the Northern Times.


Police Scotland launches new campaign to combat rise in fraud

07 December 2020
Police Scotland launches new campaign to combat rise in fraud

Police Scotland launches new campaign to combat rise in fraud

07 December 2020

Police Scotland is running a campaign to help people protect themselves from fraud – one of the most commonly experienced crimes in the country.


From the Northern Times 25, 50 and 100 years ago

03 October 2020
From the Northern Times 25, 50 and 100 years ago

From the Northern Times 25, 50 and 100 years ago

03 October 2020

A dip into the archives of the Northern Times.


Maggie's Highland opens up again after break-in

08 September 2020
Maggie's Highland opens up again after break-in

Maggie's Highland opens up again after break-in

08 September 2020

A cancer care centre in Inverness has reopened its doors after being forced to close following a break-in


Growing concerns over ragwort in far north

05 September 2020
Growing concerns over ragwort in far north

Growing concerns over ragwort in far north

05 September 2020

A crofter in the far north has highlighted a growing problem that has the potential to kill wildlife.


Extinction Rebellion campaigners demonstrate in Inverness city centre

31 August 2020
Extinction Rebellion campaigners demonstrate in Inverness city centre

Extinction Rebellion campaigners demonstrate in Inverness city centre

31 August 2020

Campaigners took to the streets of Inverness city centre today to call on leading banks to clean up their act.


Call for flu jab campaign to prevent NHS Highland being overwhelmed this winter

29 August 2020
Call for flu jab campaign to prevent NHS Highland being overwhelmed this winter

Call for flu jab campaign to prevent NHS Highland being overwhelmed this winter

29 August 2020

There are fears flu cases in combination with Covid-19 could stretch the health service beyond its limits.


THE POSTIE NOTES: People need to be respectful on both sides of fence.

29 August 2020
THE POSTIE NOTES: People need to be respectful on both sides of fence.

THE POSTIE NOTES: People need to be respectful on both sides of fence.

29 August 2020

This is a column by Pete Malone a shopkeeper and postman in Bettyhill.


County manager surprised by Livingston's poor start

28 August 2020
County manager surprised by Livingston's poor start

County manager surprised by Livingston's poor start

28 August 2020

Kettlewell not taking Livingston's poor form for granted.


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