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Highland Council is to decide its political administration tomorrow

Highland Council is to decide its political administration tomorrow

Highland Council is to decide its political administration tomorrow

With Caithness Councillor Raymond Bremner set to become council leader


Talking shop for men celebrates with art exhibition at Lyth

Talking shop for men celebrates with art exhibition at Lyth

Talking shop for men celebrates with art exhibition at Lyth

A group session for men hosted by Lyth Arts Centre and its Artist in Residence showed how a collaborative arts project can help mental health issues.


'Partygate' probe finds there is 'no excuse for some of the behaviour'

'Partygate' probe finds there is 'no excuse for some of the behaviour'

'Partygate' probe finds there is 'no excuse for some of the behaviour'

Sue Gray states again there were 'failures of leadership and judgement in No 10 and the Cabinet Office'


High Life Highland launches awards scheme for staff and volunteers

High Life Highland launches awards scheme for staff and volunteers

High Life Highland launches awards scheme for staff and volunteers

Members of the public are being asked to nominate individuals and teams they think deserve recognition.


PICTURES: Ultra-distance runner switches to pedal power

PICTURES: Ultra-distance runner switches to pedal power

PICTURES: Ultra-distance runner switches to pedal power

Steven Mackay injured his Achilles tendon and suffered bad blisters during his North Coast 500 (NC500) fundraising run in aid of Cash For Kids.


Caithness councillor resigns from independent group over SNP's anti-nuclear stance

Caithness councillor resigns from independent group over SNP's anti-nuclear stance

Caithness councillor resigns from independent group over SNP's anti-nuclear stance

A Caithness member has resigned from the independent group on Highland Council – citing the SNP's opposition to nuclear power as the main reason.


Someone will freeze to death unless fuel poverty is addressed, say Caithness campaigners

Someone will freeze to death unless fuel poverty is addressed, say Caithness campaigners

Someone will freeze to death unless fuel poverty is addressed, say Caithness campaigners

A Caithness campaign group has warned that "someone will freeze to death" unless measures are put in place to limit the impact of fuel poverty.


Man fined after romance faded

Man fined after romance faded

Man fined after romance faded

Starting a new romance with her boyfriend and his two dogs proved too much for a woman.


Farmers need to know government plan for the future

Farmers need to know government plan for the future

Farmers need to know government plan for the future

With summer almost upon us farmers could be forgiven for hoping the storms are behind us and brighter days lie ahead.


Thurso's Heritage: A daring escape by German POWs helped by girls

Thurso's Heritage: A daring escape by German POWs helped by girls

Thurso's Heritage: A daring escape by German POWs helped by girls

With the end of World War II it would be a few years before normality returned everywhere.


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