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Dingwall and Seaforth garage rents to rise by almost 8%

Dingwall and Seaforth garage rents to rise by almost 8%

Garage rent for council tenants will increase from £10.42 per week to £11.25 per week


MOTORS: Subaru’s first venture into all-electric arena – is it worth £55,495 price tag?

MOTORS: Subaru’s first venture into all-electric arena – is it worth £55,495 price tag?

As with every EV, the electric power goes straight to the wheels with instant performance and it’s quick off the mark, says our columnist.


Unidentified flying objects are spotted in the sky over Alness on Saturday night

Unidentified flying objects are spotted in the sky over Alness on Saturday night

We can confirm that it is not a case for Mulder and Scully but loved ones commemorating the anniversary of a young man passing away.


Disqualified drink-driver was four times limit on Wick street at New Year

Disqualified drink-driver was four times limit on Wick street at New Year

A New Year's Day drink-driver who was four times the legal limit and disqualified was put off the road for five years at Wick Sheriff Court.


YOUR VIEWS: 'We can choose to go forward as strong, compassionate communities'

YOUR VIEWS: 'We can choose to go forward as strong, compassionate communities'

A letter writer and parliamentary hopeful responds to an earlier missive to this paper about the climate crisis.


POLITICS MATTERS: It’s time for an urgent rethink on pension proposals

POLITICS MATTERS: It’s time for an urgent rethink on pension proposals

People will face the impossible dilemma of being too old to work and too young to retire, says our columnist.


Individual accolade for Dingwall filmmaker at FilmG Gaelic short film awards

Individual accolade for Dingwall filmmaker at FilmG Gaelic short film awards

Rachel Urquhart was rewarded for work on her documentary, "Còisir – Mgr M!".


Blue Peter childhood memories stirred by Red Arrows' aerobatics over Tain

Blue Peter childhood memories stirred by Red Arrows' aerobatics over Tain

Memories of a training visit to Easter Ross by RAF display team the Red Arrows are sure to linger long following this week's displays.


LOOKING BACK: From the files of the Ross-shire Journal 25, 40 and 100 years ago this week

LOOKING BACK: From the files of the Ross-shire Journal 25, 40 and 100 years ago this week

Dogfight on the doorsteps; fury over filth on streets and more.


Black Isle blood donation session coming up

Black Isle blood donation session coming up

Pupils at a Ross-shire secondary school were given an overview of what's involved in being a blood donor ahead of a soon-come session.


UHI Inverness principal champions work-based learning and industry partnerships for Highland region

UHI Inverness principal champions work-based learning and industry partnerships for Highland region

Highland councillors heard about the "crucial role" tertiary education plays in supporting the economic development of the region.


Police launch appeal after vandals target Easter Ross primary school

Police launch appeal after vandals target Easter Ross primary school

Police are seeking information after a bench and handrail were damaged.


Crates of shirts winged their way to schools in Ross-shire

Crates of shirts winged their way to schools in Ross-shire

Several schools in Ross-shire have received a share of hundreds of end of line school shirts.


Price cut on former Ross-shire office building set for a new chapter

Price cut on former Ross-shire office building set for a new chapter

A Ross-shire building with a colourful past has had £30,000 knocked off its asking price as a fresh chapter beckons.


ROSS-SHIRE THROUGH THE LENS: Stunning sunset on the Cromarty Firth

ROSS-SHIRE THROUGH THE LENS: Stunning sunset on the Cromarty Firth

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PICTURES: Over 600 turn out for heat of Highland Shortbread Showdown

PICTURES: Over 600 turn out for heat of Highland Shortbread Showdown

Shortbread makers from Inverness and Beauly qualified for the grand final.


Highland woman on her new events company and upcoming country themed brunch party

Highland woman on her new events company and upcoming country themed brunch party

Lorraine Christie wanted to provide opportunities for new and upcoming artists to have a space to perform, so she created LWC Events Ltd.


Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Team bonding

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Team bonding

One of content editor Andy Dixon's reasons for signing up to Strictly Inverness was to meet more people.


DINGWALL DRAMA: Josh Sims settled 5-goal relegation thriller in Ross County's favour

DINGWALL DRAMA: Josh Sims settled 5-goal relegation thriller in Ross County's favour

Josh Sims rode to Ross County’s rescue all over again as a five-goal relegation thriller ended in triumph for the Staggies.


PICTURE: Power theme inspires photographers to take these winning images

PICTURE: Power theme inspires photographers to take these winning images

Local photographers interpreted the power theme in a wide variety of ways.


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