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Royal invitation for loo campaigner

Royal invitation for loo campaigner

Royal invitation for loo campaigner

A Kinlochbervie resident, who led a campaign against the closure of public toilets, has been invited to a Royal Garden Party.


Travelling through time at bus stop

Travelling through time at bus stop

Travelling through time at bus stop

A bus stop in a central Sutherland village has been given an innovative makeover.


Veteran soldier to kayak round NC500

Veteran soldier to kayak round NC500

Veteran soldier to kayak round NC500

Most people think that simply driving or cycling round NC500 is no mean feat.


£50k boost for Cludgie project

£50k boost for Cludgie project

£50k boost for Cludgie project

A Sutherland community's plan to provide facilities for motorhome and campervan users visiting the area, has taken a major step forward.


Pupils' artwork on display at car park

Pupils' artwork on display at car park

Pupils' artwork on display at car park

Outdoor art work by north west coast students has been unveiled, marking the end of an 18-month project.


New chief for housing group

New chief for housing group

New chief for housing group

AFFORDABLE housing provider Albyn Group has appointed experienced businesswoman and third sector specialist Lisa Buchanan as its new chief executive.


North pipers at heart of Trump visit

North pipers at heart of Trump visit

North pipers at heart of Trump visit

Army pipers from the North helped celebrate the ties between the UK and the USA - and then joined an emotional tribute to the heroes of D-Day.


Trading standards warns of new scam targeting bank customers

Trading standards warns of new scam targeting bank customers

Trading standards warns of new scam targeting bank customers

A WARNING has been issued that cold call telephone scammers are targeting individual bank customers to gain access to accounts before taking cash.


£3.2k cost of Coul inquiry

£3.2k cost of Coul inquiry

£3.2k cost of Coul inquiry

The cost to the tax payer of holding the Coul Links planning inquiry was £3200, a Government spokesman has said.


Family cling to genetic hope for ‘locked-in’ tot

Family cling to genetic hope for ‘locked-in’ tot

Family cling to genetic hope for ‘locked-in’ tot

For first-time parents Alvin and Stephanie Wood, it was a terrifying and deeply worrying time.


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