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What’s On in Sutherland this weekend and into next week

What’s On in Sutherland this weekend and into next week

What’s On in Sutherland this weekend and into next week

16 May 2024

From a classic car tour to live music, comedy and community markets, there is plenty to do in Sutherland this weekend.


Bagpiper sought for Evel Knievel themed event at John O’Groats

Bagpiper sought for Evel Knievel themed event at John O’Groats

Bagpiper sought for Evel Knievel themed event at John O’Groats

16 May 2024

A UK motorbike club, endorsed by the family of the late Evel Knievel, is seeking a bagpiper to play at the start of their UK trek from John O’Groats.


Preparations well under way in Dornoch to mark 80th anniversary of D-Day

Preparations well under way in Dornoch to mark 80th anniversary of D-Day

Preparations well under way in Dornoch to mark 80th anniversary of D-Day

16 May 2024

The commemoration is being coordinated by East Sutherland Rescue Association and is part of a national commemoration called Light a Lamp for Peace.


‘Join us along the route and support Golspie’: All welcome for royal visit

‘Join us along the route and support Golspie’: All welcome for royal visit

‘Join us along the route and support Golspie’: All welcome for royal visit

16 May 2024

The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh are making a two-hour visit to Golspie on Monday.


Budapest Cafe Orchestra set to return to Sutherland venues

Budapest Cafe Orchestra set to return to Sutherland venues

Budapest Cafe Orchestra set to return to Sutherland venues

15 May 2024

The Budapest Cafe Orchestra were the first live act to perform at Rogart Mart following its transformation into an events space


UPDATE: A9 rush hour traffic flowing freely again after broken down bus removed

UPDATE: A9 rush hour traffic flowing freely again after broken down bus removed

UPDATE: A9 rush hour traffic flowing freely again after broken down bus removed

15 May 2024

The A9 has been cleared in the Evanton area after a broken down bus caused rush hour traffic tailbacks.


PICTURES: Oink! Oink! John O’Groats send off for pig-themed Citroen called Pigasso

PICTURES: Oink! Oink! John O’Groats send off for pig-themed Citroen called Pigasso

PICTURES: Oink! Oink! John O’Groats send off for pig-themed Citroen called Pigasso

15 May 2024

A young farmer set out from John O’Groats with his support team on Sunday and is heading to Land’s End in a pig-themed car aptly named Pigasso.


Broken down Stagecoach bus causing tailbacks and delays on A9 in Easter Ross

Broken down Stagecoach bus causing tailbacks and delays on A9 in Easter Ross

Broken down Stagecoach bus causing tailbacks and delays on A9 in Easter Ross

15 May 2024

A broken down bus is causing traffic tailbacks on the A9 near Evanton.


Former policeman (47) jailed for seven years for abusive and sexual offences in Sutherland

Former policeman (47) jailed for seven years for abusive and sexual offences in Sutherland

Former policeman (47) jailed for seven years for abusive and sexual offences in Sutherland

15 May 2024

A 47-year-old man has been jailed for abusive and sexual offences Sutherland between April 2019 and December 2021, police have confirmed.


Rory Bremner joins Prosper to celebrate Business Excellence in Highlands and Islands

Rory Bremner joins Prosper to celebrate Business Excellence in Highlands and Islands

Rory Bremner joins Prosper to celebrate Business Excellence in Highlands and Islands

15 May 2024

One of Britain’s best-known impressionists and comedians, Rory Bremner, will return as host of Prosper’s Highlands & Islands Awards.


Stoltman brothers’ creation gifts RNLI Invergordon a £1000 pizza the action

Stoltman brothers’ creation gifts RNLI Invergordon a £1000 pizza the action

Stoltman brothers’ creation gifts RNLI Invergordon a £1000 pizza the action

15 May 2024

The Stoltman pizza has been a hit since launch at Sutor Creek - and has left RNLI Invergordon on the crest of a wave…


Scottish Water sends operatives to Golspie as householders report supply disruption

Scottish Water sends operatives to Golspie as householders report supply disruption

Scottish Water sends operatives to Golspie as householders report supply disruption

14 May 2024

The outage has affected a number of local residents.


WATCH: Strictly Come Dancing star Giovanni visits the Highland Hospice for international nurses day

WATCH: Strictly Come Dancing star Giovanni visits the Highland Hospice for international nurses day

WATCH: Strictly Come Dancing star Giovanni visits the Highland Hospice for international nurses day

14 May 2024

Giovanni Pernice praised the Highland Hospice for the ‘fantastic work’ they do.


Volunteer marshals needed for Colour Fun Run at Doll Hall

Volunteer marshals needed for Colour Fun Run at Doll Hall

Volunteer marshals needed for Colour Fun Run at Doll Hall

13 May 2024

A colour fun run is a fun run with a difference where buckets full of brightly coloured powder are thrown at participants.


Closure of Kessock Bridge early this morning due to concern for a person

Closure of Kessock Bridge early this morning due to concern for a person

Closure of Kessock Bridge early this morning due to concern for a person

13 May 2024

Police Scotland has said the Kessock Bridge was closed in the early hours of this morning due to concern for a person.


MP’s sessions for seniors in Wick and Dunbeath

MP’s sessions for seniors in Wick and Dunbeath

MP’s sessions for seniors in Wick and Dunbeath

13 May 2024

Jamie Stone, MP for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross, is set to arrange two 'one-stop' support events for senior residents in Wick and Dunbeath.


Volunteers needed to help repair mountain bothy in Assynt

Volunteers needed to help repair mountain bothy in Assynt

Volunteers needed to help repair mountain bothy in Assynt

13 May 2024

A work party is being organised to carry out routine maintenance work at Suileag bothy in Assynt.


Community refill schemes launched in the Highlands to reduce single-use packaging

Community refill schemes launched in the Highlands to reduce single-use packaging

Community refill schemes launched in the Highlands to reduce single-use packaging

12 May 2024

Six new schemes to help reduce single-use packaging on-the-go have been launched in the Highlands.


Walker rescued from Bone Caves in Assynt

Walker rescued from Bone Caves in Assynt

Walker rescued from Bone Caves in Assynt

12 May 2024

Twelve members of Assynt Mountain Rescue Team were called to the Bone Caves network in Sutherland.


Meet one of the UK’s youngest funeral directors

Meet one of the UK’s youngest funeral directors

Meet one of the UK’s youngest funeral directors

11 May 2024

Louis Jones, who works at D Chisholm and Sons, is believed to be one of the youngest ever to achieve a diploma in funeral directing in the UK.


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