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Sutherland salmon producer Loch Duart processed Skye fish takeaway treat for royal couple

Sutherland salmon producer Loch Duart processed Skye fish takeaway treat for royal couple

Sutherland salmon producer Loch Duart processed Skye fish takeaway treat for royal couple

26 September 2021

IF Prince Charles tucked in to the freshly harvested salmon gifted to him by a Ross-shire businessman last week, he would already know what to expect.


New fund for young musicians

New fund for young musicians

New fund for young musicians

26 September 2021

A new fund to support those looking to start a career in music has been created in memory of a pioneering industry giant.


Views sought for best way to introduce Anne’s Law in adult care homes

Views sought for best way to introduce Anne’s Law in adult care homes

Views sought for best way to introduce Anne’s Law in adult care homes

26 September 2021

Local people are being asked for their views on the best way to support those living in care homes to maintain connections with family and friends.


Being curious could change our lives for the better

Being curious could change our lives for the better

Being curious could change our lives for the better

26 September 2021

Curiosity Killed the Cat is a phrase often used to warn against the dangers ofinvestigating a particular issue.


LOOKING BACK: Do you recognise anyone in this picture?

LOOKING BACK: Do you recognise anyone in this picture?

LOOKING BACK: Do you recognise anyone in this picture?

25 September 2021

A dip into the picture archives of the Northern Times.


From the Northern Times 25, 50 and 100 years ago

From the Northern Times 25, 50 and 100 years ago

From the Northern Times 25, 50 and 100 years ago

25 September 2021

A road opening ceremony is held on the north coast; Brora Majorettes perform at Dornoch; and Strathy and Armadale War Memorial is unveiled.


Buyers out in force at at Dingwall sheep sale

Buyers out in force at at Dingwall sheep sale

Buyers out in force at at Dingwall sheep sale

25 September 2021

The first major Cheviot breeding ewe sale kicked of with a bang with a packed ringside of buyers out in force.


NHS Highland is 'making progress' on bullying

NHS Highland is 'making progress' on bullying

NHS Highland is 'making progress' on bullying

25 September 2021

But HR boss Fiona Hogg warns that in dire cases of abuse staff could be fired


Pups form habits that will continue throughout life

Pups form habits that will continue throughout life

Pups form habits that will continue throughout life

25 September 2021

In the past it was considered that training puppies should not start until they reached six months of age.


PICTURES: From Tain to Tinseltown for fun-loving Easter Ross residents

PICTURES: From Tain to Tinseltown for fun-loving Easter Ross residents

PICTURES: From Tain to Tinseltown for fun-loving Easter Ross residents

25 September 2021

Residents at a north care home swapped Tain for Tinseltown as they held their own 1920s' Hollywood-themed party.


Highland MSPs put political differences aside in call over mental health services

Highland MSPs put political differences aside in call over mental health services

Highland MSPs put political differences aside in call over mental health services

25 September 2021

Long delays in accessing treatment sparked the rare show of cross party support from Conservative, Labour, Lib Dems and Greens


Recipe of the week: Scotch beef PGI and spinach gnocchi

Recipe of the week: Scotch beef PGI and spinach gnocchi

Recipe of the week: Scotch beef PGI and spinach gnocchi

25 September 2021

Pick a winner for dinner with this high protein gnocchi dish from Make It Scotch.


Green MSP Ariane Burgess welcomes new police guidance over Class A drugs

Green MSP Ariane Burgess welcomes new police guidance over Class A drugs

Green MSP Ariane Burgess welcomes new police guidance over Class A drugs

25 September 2021

Highlands and Islands MSP Ariane Burgess has welcomed new guidance that means people with Class A drugs will not automatically be arrested.


Dornoch Community Council taken to task over objections to change of use applications

Dornoch Community Council taken to task over objections to change of use applications

Dornoch Community Council taken to task over objections to change of use applications

25 September 2021

Carol Mackay said she had been approached by a number of local people unhappy at the stance taken by the community council.


Bettyhill bumblebee meadow volunteers thanked for their 'wonderful effort'

Bettyhill bumblebee meadow volunteers thanked for their 'wonderful effort'

Bettyhill bumblebee meadow volunteers thanked for their 'wonderful effort'

24 September 2021

The Farr Glebe Bumblebee project comprises a small floral meadow that is a haven for bumblebees.


PICTURES: Trumble Cheer and Dance show finally goes ahead after two postponements due to Covid-19

PICTURES: Trumble Cheer and Dance show finally goes ahead after two postponements due to Covid-19

PICTURES: Trumble Cheer and Dance show finally goes ahead after two postponements due to Covid-19

24 September 2021

School principal Jan Trumble said: “The TCD dancers finally got their chance to shine on stage and what little stars they all were.”


Bikers from Caithness and Sutherland urged to join teddy tour to help five-year-old

Bikers from Caithness and Sutherland urged to join teddy tour to help five-year-old

Bikers from Caithness and Sutherland urged to join teddy tour to help five-year-old

24 September 2021

Motorcyclists from the far north are being encouraged to take part in a fundraising ride to help a five-year-old boy who has an incurable illness.


Edward Mountain MSP says delay in crofting reform is showing "complete disregard for crofters"

Edward Mountain MSP says delay in crofting reform is showing "complete disregard for crofters"

Edward Mountain MSP says delay in crofting reform is showing "complete disregard for crofters"

24 September 2021

Highlands and Islands MSP Edward Mountain has pressed the SNP Government to bring forward crofting reform legislation by the end of 2022.


Climbers 'so grateful' for 'top class' rescue from Old Man of Stoer

Climbers 'so grateful' for 'top class' rescue from Old Man of Stoer

Climbers 'so grateful' for 'top class' rescue from Old Man of Stoer

24 September 2021

Two men have spoken about their harrowing experience of becoming stuck on a 60 metre (200ft) sandstone sea stack in Sutherland.


Packed programme this weekend as inaugural St Duthac festival gains momentum

Packed programme this weekend as inaugural St Duthac festival gains momentum

Packed programme this weekend as inaugural St Duthac festival gains momentum

24 September 2021

LOCALS and visitors to Tain and Easter Ross won’t be stuck for something to do this weekend as a new book and arts festival gathers momentum.


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