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Scottish Crofters back rural migration scheme but warn that causes must be addressed

Scottish Crofters back rural migration scheme but warn that causes must be addressed

Scottish Crofters back rural migration scheme but warn that causes must be addressed

The Scottish Crofters Federation has warned that addressing the causes of rural depopulation must come before a proposed in-migration scheme.


Sutherland projects urged to meet funding application deadline

Sutherland projects urged to meet funding application deadline

Sutherland projects urged to meet funding application deadline

Community groups in Sutherland are being urged to apply to the Scottish Government's Place-Based Investment programme before its deadline.


CALL MADE: Community councillors needed for Kinlochbervie

CALL MADE: Community councillors needed for Kinlochbervie

CALL MADE: Community councillors needed for Kinlochbervie

WOULD-BE community councillors in north-west Sutherland are being invited to step forward for nomination.


Highland hospitality sector set for grant support

Highland hospitality sector set for grant support

Highland hospitality sector set for grant support

Hospitality businesses who lost bookings during the festive period are to secure grant support from the Scottish Government.


Highland Council warns services could be affected as 'peak levels of Covid are expected in the coming weeks'

Highland Council warns services could be affected as 'peak levels of Covid are expected in the coming weeks'

Highland Council warns services could be affected as 'peak levels of Covid are expected in the coming weeks'

Leader Margaret Davidson says 'I simply ask everyone to please continue to follow government guidance'


Highland Primary Schools virtual Q&A sessions on Climate Change and COP26 hailed a success

Highland Primary Schools virtual Q&A sessions on Climate Change and COP26 hailed a success

Highland Primary Schools virtual Q&A sessions on Climate Change and COP26 hailed a success

Highland school pupils have been learning more about climate change thanks to online Q&A sessions held by members of the council’s Climate Change Team


Fond farewell as Golspie High School technician (72) retires after 48 years with education service

Fond farewell as Golspie High School technician (72) retires after 48 years with education service

Fond farewell as Golspie High School technician (72) retires after 48 years with education service

Staff held a socially distanced, outdoor tea party in Mr McRae's honour.


Sutherland roads report for Thursday issued by Highland Council

Sutherland roads report for Thursday issued by Highland Council

Sutherland roads report for Thursday issued by Highland Council

Roads have been treated according to priority and Highland Council's agreed policies.


Sutherland schools hit by closures on first day of new term

Sutherland schools hit by closures on first day of new term

Sutherland schools hit by closures on first day of new term

Durness Primary School and Kinlochbervie Preschool are closed due to "unforeseen circumstances".


Tourists advised to plan ahead and check the dos and don'ts before arriving in the Highlands

Tourists advised to plan ahead and check the dos and don'ts before arriving in the Highlands

Tourists advised to plan ahead and check the dos and don'ts before arriving in the Highlands

Tourism Committee Chairman Gordon Adam says 'wherever possible people should plan and book ahead, particularly for the Spring or Summer'


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