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Former Lairg police station to go under the hammer in live-streamed auction this afternoon

Former Lairg police station to go under the hammer in live-streamed auction this afternoon

A guide price of £145,000 has been set for the two-storey detached property.


British Book Awards title hope for Ullapool Bookshop

British Book Awards title hope for Ullapool Bookshop

The Wester Ross business is one of three Highland bookshops in the final 10 for the Scottish Independent Bookshop of the Year title.


Break-in at popular Ross-shire inn sparks police appeal

Break-in at popular Ross-shire inn sparks police appeal

The Shandwick Inn near Kildary was targeted sometime between 10pm on Sunday and 10am on Monday.


Supporters of Coul Links golf course gather at site and call on ministers to 'respect local democracy'

Supporters of Coul Links golf course gather at site and call on ministers to 'respect local democracy'

The Scottish Government has 'called in' Communities for Coul’s (C4C) planning application for a golf course at Coul Links.


Brora photographer captures stunning image of Red Arrows over Tain

Brora photographer captures stunning image of Red Arrows over Tain

The iconic RAF stunt flying team have been training in the skies above Easter Ross this week.


Highland Council rejects bid to protect teachers from 'pressure' to award good marks

Highland Council rejects bid to protect teachers from 'pressure' to award good marks

Focus on attainment was lost as councillors defend officials over a 'judgmental' education report critical of primary school staff.


NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

The housing crisis here – as in other parts of Scotland – is well documented.


Biggest NATO exercise in decades comes to north coast of Scotland

Biggest NATO exercise in decades comes to north coast of Scotland

The firing range at Cape Wrath will be the focal point for part of the largest NATO exercise in decades next week as allied nations join forces.


Brora Rangers announce change of venue for tonight's Highland League match

Brora Rangers announce change of venue for tonight's Highland League match

Game will not take place at Dudgeon Park tonight.


Jamie Stone: 'Now we can argue the case for more Wick flights'

Jamie Stone: 'Now we can argue the case for more Wick flights'

Jamie Stone wants to see additional flights from Wick John O'Groats Airport following this week's positive news about Scottish Government funding.


Highland Council leader 'absolutely delighted' over Wick PSO boost

Highland Council leader 'absolutely delighted' over Wick PSO boost

Vital funding from the Scottish Government for Wick/Aberdeen air links will continue in 2024/25, it was announced this morning.


Questions remains as Highland Council issues statement about its budget

Questions remains as Highland Council issues statement about its budget

Council leader Raymond Bremner said: 'It has been our priority to protect jobs and services wherever possible.'


1 dead after incident on railway line in Inverness

1 dead after incident on railway line in Inverness

British Transport Police have confirmed that one person was pronounced dead at the scene following an incident on the Far North Line.


UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

The railway line between Inverness and Dingwall has now reopened after emergency services attended an incident before 8am today.


PICTURES: Red Arrows delight Highland onlookers – will you be lucky enough to see them?

PICTURES: Red Arrows delight Highland onlookers – will you be lucky enough to see them?

Have you been enjoying the Red Arrows' unofficial displays in Highland skies in recent days?


Emergency forces closure of train line between Dingwall and Inverness

Emergency forces closure of train line between Dingwall and Inverness

Train services are either being cancelled, delayed or revised.


Exclusive: Highland Council budget includes potential job losses and adult social care cuts

Exclusive: Highland Council budget includes potential job losses and adult social care cuts

But there is little information on roads spending as the £602.5 million budget seeks to plug a £65 million blackhole.


'We need action and we need it quickly': Golspie Flood Group to hold open meeting to discuss flood management plan

'We need action and we need it quickly': Golspie Flood Group to hold open meeting to discuss flood management plan

Members of the public are invited to attend the next meeting of Golspie Flood Group on Monday, March 4.


Local angler Andy Sutherland continues his amazing record by catching first fish of season on River Helmsdale for 18th time

Local angler Andy Sutherland continues his amazing record by catching first fish of season on River Helmsdale for 18th time

Mr Sutherland hooked a 12lb salmon today from the Salscraggie Boils pool.


Rogart residents oppose Acheilidh Wind Farm, survey shows

Rogart residents oppose Acheilidh Wind Farm, survey shows

A total of 102 residents responded to the survey with 100 opposing Acheilidh Wind farm development and two in favour.


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