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PICTURES: D-Day 80 commemoration at Dornoch an ‘amazing night’

PICTURES: D-Day 80 commemoration at Dornoch an ‘amazing night’

East Sutherland Rescue Association took the lead role in organising a programme of events to mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day.


PICTURES: Evacuees’ march marks start of D-Day 80 commemorations in Dornoch

PICTURES: Evacuees’ march marks start of D-Day 80 commemorations in Dornoch

Members of the Young Curators Club at Dornoch museum Historylinks dressed up as World War II evacuees.


Police appeal for witnesses after stones thrown at motorcyclists in Durness

Police appeal for witnesses after stones thrown at motorcyclists in Durness

Police Scotland have launched an appeal for witnesses after reports of stones being thrown at motor cyclists in Durness.


Stranger’s kindness leaves Dad of brain disorder lass in tears

Stranger’s kindness leaves Dad of brain disorder lass in tears

‘I don’t mind admitting that I had a little cry, because it just got to me – that someone would do something like that after what my daughter did.’


From the Northern Times 25, 50 and 100 years ago

From the Northern Times 25, 50 and 100 years ago

A dip into the Northern Times of yesteryear.


‘Gaelic supergroup’ Dàimh set to rock Lochinver hall

‘Gaelic supergroup’ Dàimh set to rock Lochinver hall

The band are performing at Lochinver village hall on Thursday, June 20.


MARK GILBERT: Posties may be the first people to see families after bereavement

MARK GILBERT: Posties may be the first people to see families after bereavement

It is a reality that we will all face death at some time.


UHI’s deputy principal announces retirement

UHI’s deputy principal announces retirement

UHI has announced Professor Neil Simco will retire in July 2024, after 15 years’ service in senior leadership at the university.


PICTURES: Fancy dress fun at Rogart Gala

PICTURES: Fancy dress fun at Rogart Gala

The Gala continues today with a royal crowning at 12.30pm followed by a family fun day.


Is there an outstanding woman on your team that could be nominated for the Highland Business Women Awards?

Is there an outstanding woman on your team that could be nominated for the Highland Business Women Awards?

It’s almost that time of year again as the Highland Business Women Awards is making a return.


Highland councillors’ expenses claims top £130,000

Highland councillors’ expenses claims top £130,000

Inflation may have pushed up Highland councillors’ expenses this year, with the total for reimbursement claims in 2023/24 topping £130,000.


Family’s joy after Wild Swan ship model, left unfinished after Tain joiner’s death, is finally completed

Family’s joy after Wild Swan ship model, left unfinished after Tain joiner’s death, is finally completed

John McRae began work on the model of HMS Wild Swan before the coronavirus pandemic but died before completing it.


Golspie Heritage Society pays tribute to outgoing chairman

Golspie Heritage Society pays tribute to outgoing chairman

John Melville has served as chairman of Golspie Heritage Society for the last 14 years.


Lairg Gala gears up for a fantastic July week of festivities with Queen and attendants now in place

Lairg Gala gears up for a fantastic July week of festivities with Queen and attendants now in place

Lucy Mackenzie has been chosen as Queen for the 2024 Lairg Gala and Lairg Crofters Show.


Who is standing for election in your constituency? Final list of hopefuls announced

Who is standing for election in your constituency? Final list of hopefuls announced

Fourteen candidates will contest the two Westminster seats in the Highland Council area in the upcoming General Election.


Tain boxer is set to represent Scotland against top fighters from across Britain

Tain boxer is set to represent Scotland against top fighters from across Britain

Isabella Fioretti has had a dream debut boxing season, and she is about to reach new heights with her first Scotland call-up.


Book on football and mental heath supports suicide prevention charity

Book on football and mental heath supports suicide prevention charity

Debut book by journalist in support of Mikeysline and Moray Mental Health FC.


Gamekeepers seek clarity on grouse timetable as clock ticks

Gamekeepers seek clarity on grouse timetable as clock ticks

BASC Scotland writes to agriculture minister Jim Fairlie about new licensing.


Six candidates confirmed to attend Ullapool general election hustings for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross

Six candidates confirmed to attend Ullapool general election hustings for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross

Lochbroom Community Council (LBCC) have announced they will be hosting six out of the seven candidates running for the constituency.


Fundraising total over £12,000 in first week of round-Britain bid

Fundraising total over £12,000 in first week of round-Britain bid

Allan Lipp and Mhairi Ross are off the Angus coastline, almost a week into their round-Britain rowing challenge in aid of two charities.


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