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NICKY MARR: Food for thought from after-dinner speaker backlash

NICKY MARR: Food for thought from after-dinner speaker backlash

NICKY MARR: Food for thought from after-dinner speaker backlash

22 May 2022

You’ll have heard the one about the journalist who walked out of an awards dinner because she didn’t like the jokes?


Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

21 May 2022

Donations for local museum in 1922, Householders urged not to waste water in 1972 and NHS trust leading the way in 1997


DAVID RICHARDSON: New council needs to learn businesses' needs

DAVID RICHARDSON: New council needs to learn businesses' needs

DAVID RICHARDSON: New council needs to learn businesses' needs

20 May 2022

Business Comment by David Richardson, Highlands and Islands development manager, Federation of Small Businesses


Wildlife wonders in Caithness really lift the spirit

Wildlife wonders in Caithness really lift the spirit

Wildlife wonders in Caithness really lift the spirit

18 May 2022

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: No sting in the tail getting closer to nature across the far north


MAREE TODD: Sharp focus on cost-of-living crisis in Caithness

MAREE TODD: Sharp focus on cost-of-living crisis in Caithness

MAREE TODD: Sharp focus on cost-of-living crisis in Caithness

18 May 2022

Holyrood Notebook by Maree Todd


Nicky Marr: Freelancing is great, until the unexpected happens

Nicky Marr: Freelancing is great, until the unexpected happens

Nicky Marr: Freelancing is great, until the unexpected happens

15 May 2022

If you’ve had the flexibility of working from home these past couple of years, you might get where I’m coming from.


Surely there is a better answer to the refugee crisis?

Surely there is a better answer to the refugee crisis?

Surely there is a better answer to the refugee crisis?

15 May 2022

The Real Mackay by Dan Mackay


WEATHER WATCH: Mild month for Wick with plenty of rain

WEATHER WATCH: Mild month for Wick with plenty of rain

WEATHER WATCH: Mild month for Wick with plenty of rain

15 May 2022

Weather Watch by Keith Banks


Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

14 May 2022

Illegal still seized in 1922, Craftsman's glass factory in 1972 and Award for Canisbay landlady in 1997


Recipe of the week: Specially Selected Pork yakitori skewers

Recipe of the week: Specially Selected Pork yakitori skewers

Recipe of the week: Specially Selected Pork yakitori skewers

14 May 2022

Try out our latest recipe, courtesy of www.makeitscotch.com


JAMIE STONE: Fine line between success and defeat in Highland democracy

JAMIE STONE: Fine line between success and defeat in Highland democracy

JAMIE STONE: Fine line between success and defeat in Highland democracy

11 May 2022

Jamie's Journal by Jamie Stone


NICKY MARR: Hydro site combines function with beauty

NICKY MARR: Hydro site combines function with beauty

NICKY MARR: Hydro site combines function with beauty

09 May 2022

Don’t you just love it when things are more beautiful than they need to be?


Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

07 May 2022

Cemetery greenhouse divides council in 1922, Youth club fundraising campaign in 1972 and Council power struggle in 1997


MONIQUE SLIEDRECHT: Family likeness and differences all add to the human tapestry

MONIQUE SLIEDRECHT: Family likeness and differences all add to the human tapestry

MONIQUE SLIEDRECHT: Family likeness and differences all add to the human tapestry

06 May 2022

Northern Drift by Monique Sliedrecht


RHODA GRANT: Suffering the pain over lack of NHS dentist services

RHODA GRANT: Suffering the pain over lack of NHS dentist services

RHODA GRANT: Suffering the pain over lack of NHS dentist services

04 May 2022

Holyrood Notebook by Rhoda Grant


MAGNUS DAVIDSON: Watch out – a new generation of 'green lairds' is coming our way

MAGNUS DAVIDSON: Watch out – a new generation of 'green lairds' is coming our way

MAGNUS DAVIDSON: Watch out – a new generation of 'green lairds' is coming our way

04 May 2022

The rush to offset emissions is creating a new type of monopolising landowner. Magnus Davidson wonders if the land reform debate can make up ground


Paddling an easier stretch of coast from Latheronwheel

Paddling an easier stretch of coast from Latheronwheel

Paddling an easier stretch of coast from Latheronwheel

04 May 2022

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Taking it easy with a gentle outing in the sea kayak on a journey that can be idyllic on a calm day


NICKY MARR: Change means less local voices on the air

NICKY MARR: Change means less local voices on the air

NICKY MARR: Change means less local voices on the air

01 May 2022

Have you heard the news from MFR? From next month it will be all-change for the “North’s Number One”


Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

30 April 2022

Hotel liquor licences refused in 1922, Reay tourism plan in 1972 and Britain backs Blair landslide in 1997


Joanne Howdle: Diversity of ways to use refreshing mint botanical

Joanne Howdle: Diversity of ways to use refreshing mint botanical

Joanne Howdle: Diversity of ways to use refreshing mint botanical

30 April 2022

Water mint (Mentha aquatica) is a vigorous, herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the mint family Lamiaceae.


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