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Royal Dornoch Golf Club lease in the spotlight again

Royal Dornoch Golf Club lease in the spotlight again

Royal Dornoch Golf Club lease in the spotlight again

Highland Council has brokered a fresh deal with Royal Dornoch Golf Club over its occupation of Common Good Land.


Evanton homes go-ahead welcomed

Evanton homes go-ahead welcomed

Evanton homes go-ahead welcomed

MOVES to build dozens of homes in Evanton "will help many local people", a ward councillor believes.


Battles lines drawn over plans to make Covid-19 paths permanent in Inverness

Battles lines drawn over plans to make Covid-19 paths permanent in Inverness

Battles lines drawn over plans to make Covid-19 paths permanent in Inverness

Opinion is divided on plans to make controversial Covid-19 cycling and walking paths permanent in Inverness.


Highland Council aims to take a robust approach to dirty campers and disrespectful visitors

Highland Council aims to take a robust approach to dirty campers and disrespectful visitors

Highland Council aims to take a robust approach to dirty campers and disrespectful visitors

The plans were set out at the tourism committee after outraged communities spoke out on the issue and demanded action


Did a 14th century Caithness knight visit America?

Did a 14th century Caithness knight visit America?

Did a 14th century Caithness knight visit America?

Could a stone carving in Massachusetts record the travels of a medieval knight with Caithness connections? A book by David Goudsward investigates.


Now Aviemore calls off Christmas parade

Now Aviemore calls off Christmas parade

Now Aviemore calls off Christmas parade

'Sad but inevitable decision' by organisers


Pupils riding to Easter Ross school urged to wear helmets

Pupils riding to Easter Ross school urged to wear helmets

Pupils riding to Easter Ross school urged to wear helmets

AN Easter Ross head teacher has appealed to parents and carers to ensure children cycling to school wear helmets.


New plans to make Wick's heart beat again

New plans to make Wick's heart beat again

New plans to make Wick's heart beat again

A community organisation is gearing itself up to get the heart of Wick town centre beating with vibrancy once again.


Former Kingussie film producer fighting to save woods from HS2

Former Kingussie film producer fighting to save woods from HS2

Former Kingussie film producer fighting to save woods from HS2

'The ongoing destruction is such a tragic loss'


Tomatin project leads way for 'regeneration' programme

Tomatin project leads way for 'regeneration' programme

Tomatin project leads way for 'regeneration' programme

'There are lots of reasons to be proud of the village' says chief


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