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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

Coal supplies run out in Wick in 1921, New air terminal for the north in 1971 and Gala organisers aghast at council bill in 1996


Ryan hopes to become first transplant athlete to run from Land's End to John O' Groats

Ryan hopes to become first transplant athlete to run from Land's End to John O' Groats

Ryan hopes to become first transplant athlete to run from Land's End to John O' Groats

Ryan Brett hopes to boost the funds of a charity which means a lot to him by undertaking his marathon run


Recipe of the week: Fruit bowl buns

Recipe of the week: Fruit bowl buns

Recipe of the week: Fruit bowl buns

These will make use of any slightly soft fruits from the fruit bowl, such as apples, pears, apricots, plums etc.


Pipers lead St Valéry 81st anniversary commemoration

Pipers lead St Valéry 81st anniversary commemoration

Pipers lead St Valéry 81st anniversary commemoration

Pipers around the world will join forces in what promises to be a moving tribute to commemorate the 81st anniversary of the Battle of St Valéry.


Marked improvement in visitor behaviour but some areas still face difficulties, says Kate Forbes

Marked improvement in visitor behaviour but some areas still face difficulties, says Kate Forbes

Marked improvement in visitor behaviour but some areas still face difficulties, says Kate Forbes

Kate Forbes says there has been a marked improvement in visitor behaviour compared with 2020, although some areas are "still facing difficulties".


POLL: Would you keep your child off school to watch Scotland?

POLL: Would you keep your child off school to watch Scotland?

POLL: Would you keep your child off school to watch Scotland?

Highland Council has said that it is up to each school whether or not to let pupils watch Euro 2020 matches during the tournament.


Rapist's victims praised for bravery after he is jailed for 15 years

Rapist's victims praised for bravery after he is jailed for 15 years

Rapist's victims praised for bravery after he is jailed for 15 years

A RAPIST'S victims have been commended for their bravery in helping bring him to justice – after he was jailed for 15 years on Friday.


MoD given three months to provide information on future of Vulcan site

MoD given three months to provide information on future of Vulcan site

MoD given three months to provide information on future of Vulcan site

The Ministry of Defence has been given three months to provide information about the future of Vulcan or face expulsion from a local liaison group.


Covid number increases by nine

Covid number increases by nine

Covid number increases by nine

A FURTHER nine cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus have been identified across the NHS Highland area.


Caithness 'ideally placed' as nuclear fusion power station plans take a step forward

Caithness 'ideally placed' as nuclear fusion power station plans take a step forward

Caithness 'ideally placed' as nuclear fusion power station plans take a step forward

Plans for Caithness to host a nuclear fusion power station have moved forward with news that the idea has been selected for further investigation.


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