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Tain baker Willie retires after 51 years in the bakehouse

22 January 2022
Tain baker Willie retires after 51 years in the bakehouse

Tain baker Willie retires after 51 years in the bakehouse

22 January 2022

Tain baker Willie Mackenzie has decided to hang up his rolling pin after 51 years in the trade.


Gairloch High School geared up to promote benefits of cycling

22 January 2022
Gairloch High School geared up to promote benefits of cycling

Gairloch High School geared up to promote benefits of cycling

22 January 2022

Gairloch High School pupils are ready to ‘get on their bike’ after receiving funding from Cycling Scotland.


Funding opportunity for Ross-shire women and girls working in agriculture

22 January 2022
Funding opportunity for Ross-shire women and girls working in agriculture

Funding opportunity for Ross-shire women and girls working in agriculture

22 January 2022

More women and girls living and working in agriculture will be able to apply for funding for courses to help develop their skills.


PICTURES: Highland bowling club opens first session with trophy awards after oddest year ever

21 January 2022
PICTURES: Highland bowling club opens first session with trophy awards after oddest year ever

PICTURES: Highland bowling club opens first session with trophy awards after oddest year ever

21 January 2022

Competition winners at Assynt Bowling Club received their trophies at the club's first indoor session of 2022.


Alness United can't stop winning in Under-18 Highland League as they maintain 100 per cent record

20 January 2022
Alness United can't stop winning in Under-18 Highland League as they maintain 100 per cent record

Alness United can't stop winning in Under-18 Highland League as they maintain 100 per cent record

20 January 2022

Alness on maximum points.


Woodland increase of 41% thanks to long-term tree planting

20 January 2022
Woodland increase of 41% thanks to long-term tree planting

Woodland increase of 41% thanks to long-term tree planting

20 January 2022

Long-term tree planting at Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve (NNR) has increased woodland by 41%.


North Highland residents invited to online info session on ambitious new ecological restoration initiative

20 January 2022
North Highland residents invited to online info session on ambitious new ecological restoration initiative

North Highland residents invited to online info session on ambitious new ecological restoration initiative

20 January 2022

A coalition of 18 groups has been formed in an area stretching from Coigach in the south to Durness in the north and Bettyhill in the East.


WATCH: Wester Ross high school shortlisted for Gaelic 'FilmG' awards

19 January 2022
WATCH: Wester Ross high school shortlisted for Gaelic 'FilmG' awards

WATCH: Wester Ross high school shortlisted for Gaelic 'FilmG' awards

19 January 2022

A Gaelic film produced by a Wester Ross high school has been shortlisted for an award in the prestigious Gaelic short film competition, 'FilmG'.


Opera tour to feature world premiere of new piece by Highland composer

18 January 2022
Opera tour to feature world premiere of new piece by Highland composer

Opera tour to feature world premiere of new piece by Highland composer

18 January 2022

An 'up-and-coming' composer from the Highlands will be featured in the production of a new vaudeville-inspired opera tour.


TV signal interference fix available during mobile upgrades

18 January 2022
TV signal interference fix available during mobile upgrades

TV signal interference fix available during mobile upgrades

18 January 2022

People in Tain are being advised that upgrades to mobile networks in the area could cause interference to TV signals.


Tain couple's charitable chocolate sales benefit ex-services community

18 January 2022
Tain couple's charitable chocolate sales benefit ex-services community

Tain couple's charitable chocolate sales benefit ex-services community

18 January 2022

A Sutherland ex-services charity has benefited from the sale of confectionary items.


New workers in social care to have PVG check costs funded

14 January 2022
New workers in social care to have PVG check costs funded

New workers in social care to have PVG check costs funded

14 January 2022

Staff joining the social care workforce will have their entry costs paid by the Scottish Government until the end of March.


Ross-shire-based charity’s shoe box appeal delivers 83,000 boxes across Eastern Europe

14 January 2022
Ross-shire-based charity’s shoe box appeal delivers 83,000 boxes across Eastern Europe

Ross-shire-based charity’s shoe box appeal delivers 83,000 boxes across Eastern Europe

14 January 2022

Over 83,000 shoeboxes have been delivered to countries across Eastern Europe as part of a charity shoebox appeal.


Last minute closures are damaging to business, says Tain restaurant owner

14 January 2022
Last minute closures are damaging to business, says Tain restaurant owner

Last minute closures are damaging to business, says Tain restaurant owner

14 January 2022

The full effects of Covid and temporary closures are still to be felt by the hospitality industry, says the owner of a Tain restaurant.


Highland Council advise temporary road closure affecting Strathpeffer Road

13 January 2022
Highland Council advise temporary road closure affecting Strathpeffer Road

Highland Council advise temporary road closure affecting Strathpeffer Road

13 January 2022

Motorists have been advised by Highland Council of a temporary road closure due to sewer works.


Virtual concert raises funds needed to save Portmahomack cinema

13 January 2022
Virtual concert raises funds needed to save Portmahomack cinema

Virtual concert raises funds needed to save Portmahomack cinema

13 January 2022

A popular village cinema has raised the funds it required to avoid closure thanks to a virtual concert broadcast on social media.


Homes and businesses hit by power outage in Tain

13 January 2022
Homes and businesses hit by power outage in Tain

Homes and businesses hit by power outage in Tain

13 January 2022

Homes and businesses from Tain to Edderton have been left without power due to an unplanned outage.


Projects in Wester Ross, Strathpeffer and Lochalsh ward urged not to miss out on funding

13 January 2022
Projects in Wester Ross, Strathpeffer and Lochalsh ward urged not to miss out on funding

Projects in Wester Ross, Strathpeffer and Lochalsh ward urged not to miss out on funding

13 January 2022

Community groups in Ward 5 are being urged to apply for a share of the Scottish Government's Place-Based Investment programme before its deadline.


Hard hit tourism sector to access £9m recovery fund

12 January 2022
Hard hit tourism sector to access £9m recovery fund

Hard hit tourism sector to access £9m recovery fund

12 January 2022

Scotland's tourism sector will soon have access to a £9m recovery package designed to ease the impact of public health measures to tackle Omicron.


£30m boost for rural business climate change projects

11 January 2022
£30m boost for rural business climate change projects

£30m boost for rural business climate change projects

11 January 2022

Rural businesses in the Highlands could benefit from a share of a £30 million funding package aimed at tackling climate change.


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