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I was told I had 'too damn much edjimicaishon'

I was told I had 'too damn much edjimicaishon'

Recently I wrote about Jock Galloway and "Slamp". Well, I couldn’t leave out Danac, could I?


Police target rogue traders

Police target rogue traders

NORTHERN Constabulary and Highland Council Trading Standards have joined forces in two days of action this week to protect Highland residents and legitimate…


Work starts next week on A9 resurfacing

Work starts next week on A9 resurfacing

A £200,000 package of works is set to bring benefits to users of the A9 Trunk Road.


Brora Rangers' new signing

Brora Rangers' new signing

BRORA Rangers have secured the services of 19-year-old Andrew Greig from Inverness Caledonian Thistle on a two-year contract.


Police appeal for info

Police appeal for info

Police are appealing for information concerning a break-in near Lochinver.


Road closed for six hours

Road closed for six hours

The main Lairg to Bonar Bridge road was closed for nearly six hours yesterday after a timber lorry overturned and shed its load near Invershin.


Veterans enjoy their special day

Veterans enjoy their special day

Seventy Service veterans gathered at Drummuie, Golspie, yesterday where a special flag raising ceremony was held to mark the start of the week in which…


Broadband boost for Highlands

Broadband boost for Highlands

A Scottish Government investment of £120 million will bring superfast broadband to communities across the Highlands and Islands, Alex Neil said today.…


Missing man - update

Missing man - update

Kenneth John Macleay found safe and well.


SNP's 'open up land for wind farms' policy attacked

SNP's 'open up land for wind farms' policy attacked

Local authorities across Scotland have been told to open up more land for windfarm developments to help the SNP meet its 100 per cent renewable energy…


No support in council plan for benefit losers

No support in council plan for benefit losers

THE lack of reference in Highland Council’s new programme to what support could be offered to the thousands of people expected to be hit by a national…


Call for more funding for roads repairs

Call for more funding for roads repairs

EFFORTS to persuade Highland Council to pump millions of pounds more into road repairs over the next decade will be made next week.


New course to explore Highland culture

New course to explore Highland culture

The tradition of blackening grooms to ward off evil spirits is just one of the topics that will be explored in a new course on Highlands and Islands culture.…


Highland Council unveils 5-year programme

Highland Council unveils 5-year programme

THE new look Highland Council has set a target of building 5000 homes in the next five years as it aims to combat the huge demand for housing in the region.…


Missing person appeal

Missing person appeal

Police are issuing another appeal for sightings of a Newbridge man who has been reported missing and may be in the Sutherland or West Ross area of the…


Customers face bill for wind farms' closure

Customers face bill for wind farms' closure

ELECTRICITY customers will get a bill for an undisclosed sum for a 10-day shutdown of the Kilbraur wind farm, Strath Brora.


Dornoch Academy Drama Club

Dornoch Academy Drama Club

This is Dornoch Academy Drama Club in their production of Oliver Goldsmith’s “She Stoops to Conquer” in 1967. They were the youngest team to take part…


Golspie Satafford's dramatic comeback ensures rousing finish

Golspie Satafford's dramatic comeback ensures rousing finish

GOLSPIE Stafford salvaged a point in a thrilling 4-4 draw with Brora Wanderers despite being three goals adrift with 13 minutes left.


Junior member triumphs in new Durness trophy

Junior member triumphs in new Durness trophy

?DURNESS Golf Club members turned out in force last Sunday to compete for a new trophy, the Corbett Cup, donated by past captain Alastair Corbett.


'Lost ball' drama hands Brora seniors title to Gerald

'Lost ball' drama hands Brora seniors title to Gerald

GERALD Klein survived double bogies on the final two holes to beat a field of 60, battling against a strong wind, to carry home the Brora Seniors Open…


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