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MONIQUE SLIEDRECHT: Connecting with nature is still a top priority

MONIQUE SLIEDRECHT: Connecting with nature is still a top priority

MONIQUE SLIEDRECHT: Connecting with nature is still a top priority

Northern Drift: I am blown away by the variety of Caithness wildflowers and plants through the spring and summer months.


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

Water required at Bilbster School in 1922, Dornoch Firth bridge plans in 1972 and Museums plea amid fears of cuts in 1997


Recipe of the week: Molasses and rum BBQ pork skewers

Recipe of the week: Molasses and rum BBQ pork skewers

Recipe of the week: Molasses and rum BBQ pork skewers

Make it one for the barbecue with this sweet and sticky pork recipe.


DAN MACKAY: Wick works weil as Gala Night helps lift our spirits

DAN MACKAY: Wick works weil as Gala Night helps lift our spirits

DAN MACKAY: Wick works weil as Gala Night helps lift our spirits

The Real Mackay by Dan Mackay


TRUDY MORRIS: Get the recognition you deserve for blossoming business

TRUDY MORRIS: Get the recognition you deserve for blossoming business

TRUDY MORRIS: Get the recognition you deserve for blossoming business

Young businesses and entrepreneurs are urged to enter the Caithness Chamber of Commerce's awards. Chief executive Trudy Morris explains the benefits


DR KEITH NICHOLSON: Finding that niche business idea is key – but where do you go from there?

DR KEITH NICHOLSON: Finding that niche business idea is key – but where do you go from there?

DR KEITH NICHOLSON: Finding that niche business idea is key – but where do you go from there?

The View from the Board by Dr Keith Nicholson


OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Clock stops on Stroma after lumpy paddle across Pentland Firth

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Clock stops on Stroma after lumpy paddle across Pentland Firth

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Clock stops on Stroma after lumpy paddle across Pentland Firth

Time stands still on abandoned island – a vast contrast to the fast-moving waters crossed to reach this enchanting place


RHODA GRANT: Concern over bird flu continues to be a challenge

RHODA GRANT: Concern over bird flu continues to be a challenge

RHODA GRANT: Concern over bird flu continues to be a challenge

Holyrood Notebook by Rhoda Grant


MAGNUS DAVIDSON: New land reform bill could yet have a positive impact on rural communities

MAGNUS DAVIDSON: New land reform bill could yet have a positive impact on rural communities

MAGNUS DAVIDSON: New land reform bill could yet have a positive impact on rural communities

After attending a consultation on a proposed new land reform bill, Magnus Davidson considers its potential impacts on land management in the far north


NICKY MARR: Phones don't have to have negative effect

NICKY MARR: Phones don't have to have negative effect

NICKY MARR: Phones don't have to have negative effect

Radio Scotland phoned the other day to ask how much I love my mobile phone. Specifically, does my mobile phone impact my marriage?


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