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Weird orange ball of light seen over Golspie near time of mass bumblebee deaths – could there be a link?

Weird orange ball of light seen over Golspie near time of mass bumblebee deaths – could there be a link?

Weird orange ball of light seen over Golspie near time of mass bumblebee deaths – could there be a link?

The mystery of mass bumblebee deaths at Golpsie deepened after a local man detailed a strange phenomenon that could be linked to the sad event.


HIE approves £250,000 for mill transformation at John O’Groats

HIE approves £250,000 for mill transformation at John O’Groats

HIE approves £250,000 for mill transformation at John O’Groats

The transformation of John O’Groats Mill has been hailed as a great example of how funding can be used to bring more investment to the area.


PICTURES: An ‘inspiring and diverse’ exhibition of arts and crafts at Thurso show

PICTURES: An ‘inspiring and diverse’ exhibition of arts and crafts at Thurso show

PICTURES: An ‘inspiring and diverse’ exhibition of arts and crafts at Thurso show

Artisans North artists came together for the first time at Thurso Art Gallery to celebrate the ‘Natural World Natural Caithness’ exhibition.


Warning of heavy rain across Caithness – possible flooding and power cuts

Warning of heavy rain across Caithness – possible flooding and power cuts

Warning of heavy rain across Caithness – possible flooding and power cuts

The Met Office has issued a Yellow Warning for slow-moving and heavy rain leading to impacts on travel and infrastructure across Caithness.


High Life Highland signs the Highland Charter for Climate Nature and Health

High Life Highland signs the Highland Charter for Climate Nature and Health

High Life Highland signs the Highland Charter for Climate Nature and Health

High Life Highland is the latest organisation to sign the Highland Charter for Climate Nature and Health.


Scottish Land Commission looking to recruit new board members

Scottish Land Commission looking to recruit new board members

Scottish Land Commission looking to recruit new board members

The Scottish Government wants to appoint two new land commissioners and a new tenant farming commissioner to join the Scottish Land Commission board.


Caithness company Norscot celebrates its 40th birthday this month

Caithness company Norscot celebrates its 40th birthday this month

Caithness company Norscot celebrates its 40th birthday this month

Bower-based Norscot Joinery Ltd, a leading manufacturer of timber frame kit homes, windows, and doors, is celebrating its 40th anniversary.


Have your say on the future of crofting in Scotland

Have your say on the future of crofting in Scotland

Have your say on the future of crofting in Scotland

People across Scotland are being invited to have a say on how crofting is reformed.


How treatment for our beloved pets can harm vital ecosystem

How treatment for our beloved pets can harm vital ecosystem

How treatment for our beloved pets can harm vital ecosystem

Making Space for Nature by Patricia Bremner


Could Thurso be in line for the far north’s first solar farm?

Could Thurso be in line for the far north’s first solar farm?

Could Thurso be in line for the far north’s first solar farm?

A multinational’s bid to develop the far north’s first commercial solar farm has elicited a mixed response from Thurso Community Council.


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