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Penalty proves crucial for Brora Rangers

Penalty proves crucial for Brora Rangers

The spot kick was disputed by the visitors but victory was no less than Brora deserved, having created most of the clear-cut chances during the 90 minutes.


Tain pro Morrison shines at Alliance fixture

Tain pro Morrison shines at Alliance fixture

Four new members were encouraged to join and play in the fixture by their North District golf coach, Tain professional Stuart Morrison. Three of them…


Broadband link pledge delight for Kinbrace

Broadband link pledge delight for Kinbrace

CHRISTMAS has come early for a remote and rural Sutherland community with the offer of a bumper broadband gift for every household.


Planners back wind farm as the protests pour in

Planners back wind farm as the protests pour in

HIGHLAND councillors will decide next week on a controversial wind farm planning application for Sutherland.


Deprivation fund open for applications

Deprivation fund open for applications

Highland Council is inviting community and third sector organisations to submit applications to its 2013 Deprived Area Fund.


Traffic delays in Inverness

Traffic delays in Inverness

There are traffic delays in Inverness as work continues round the clock to resolve issues surrounding the diversion of utility services on the Ness Bridge…


Major funding for Golspie and Brora projects

Major funding for Golspie and Brora projects

Two projects in Brora and Golspie will share £250,000, it was announced this lunchtime, thanks to money set aside by Scottish Hydro via their Gordonbush…


Balintore man sent threatening text messages

Balintore man sent threatening text messages

A ROW over access to his child prompted a Balintore man to send menacing text messages to the boy’s mother, Tain Sheriff Court heard yesterday.


Police appeal for info on trailer stolen from Forsinard

Police appeal for info on trailer stolen from Forsinard

Police in Thurso are appealing for information regarding the theft of an Ifor Williams Stock Trailer that was taken from a property in Forsinard, Strathalladale, …


Community pay back for Tain man

Community pay back for Tain man

A TAIN man who had a previous sentence deferred for good behaviour, was ordered at Tain Sheriff Court today to undertake community payback because he…


Colleagues praise retiring Michael

Colleagues praise retiring Michael

The last remaining member of the former Sutherland County Council’s Road Surveyor’s staff, who has given nearly 40 years’ service to…


Sutherland student wins gamekeeping award

Sutherland student wins gamekeeping award

A Sutherland student has won a top award at the North Highland College’s Gamekeeping Prizegiving ceremony held in Thurso.


Witnesses sought for Tesco's incident

Witnesses sought for Tesco's incident

Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident which took place at Tescos supermarket at Inshes, Inverness, recently.


Brora resident targeted in scam?

Brora resident targeted in scam?

Yesterday, a resident within the Brora area was contacted by a company claiming to be Lombard PPI Claims Department, requesting that they forward…


Taigh Ceilidh raise £600 for Poppy Scotland

Taigh Ceilidh raise £600 for Poppy Scotland

The annual Soup and Sweet in aid of Poppy Scotland held at Taigh Ceilidh, Kinlochbervie, raised nearly £600.


A kid crying with cold, turning the nuts the wrong way

A kid crying with cold, turning the nuts the wrong way

We hadn’t got further than watching two beautiful horses pulling a single-blade plough when our attention was drawn to the far top of the field…


Breast screening does save lives

Breast screening does save lives

Sir – The independent review into the evidence for breast screening has been published.


Dornoch Academy 1st XI football team

Dornoch Academy 1st XI football team

This is the Dornoch Academy 1st XI football team who won the North Schools League in 1968.


New Gaelic schools plan for county?

New Gaelic schools plan for county?

A LEADING Highland councillor has suggested that Sutherland could be in line for new Gaelic medium education units.


No dogs on school grounds

No dogs on school grounds

Sir – At the latest meeting of Lairg Primary School Parent Council, one issue which came up was a spate of dog fouling in the school playground. 


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