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Chaplain creates blessing for each hole at Royal Dornoch

GOLFERS at one of the world’s most prestigious courses are being given spiritual advice by a Chaplain to Her Majesty the Queen.

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Elaine Lennon and her daughter Carrie Lennon Stand Up To Cancer. Picture: Contributed

Scots cancer survivor and daughter make stand to save lives

CARING Elaine Lennon is urging all Scots to Stand Up To Cancer as she battles through treatment for the disease.

Kirsty and friend Scott after run. Picture: Contributed

Sister’s tribute to brother to raise funds for charity

A SCOTS woman who lost her brother to Sudden Adult Death Syndrome is raising funds in a bid to save more lives and prevent other families from the ‘living hell’ they have endured after their devastating loss.

Big Lottery funds Scottish projects to the tune of �3m. Picture: Contributed

Scottish charities to benefit from £3m Lottery funding

THE Big Lottery Fund has announced that over £3 million in funding is to be given to 18 projects across Scotland.

Andy Murrya live raised just under �300,000 for charity. Picture; John Devlin

Andy Murray Live proves a smash-hit for charity

ANDY Murray’s tennis exhibition event in Glasgow last month raised more than £290,000 for children’s charities, it has been revealed.

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Helen Fowler. Picture: Julie Bull

Helen Fowler: MS and the importance of family support

THE importance of family lies at the heart of Ian Fleming’s Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang.

Councillor Angela Taylor and Phil Masson from Maersk along with Noemi Napoletano, 7, and brother , Alex, 6. Picture: Contributed

Oil company donates Lego boat to Aberdeen library’s appeal

MAERSK Oil UK has donated a Lego boat worth hundreds of pounds for Aberdeen’s first Lego Club.

Mike Cavanagh cuts the ribbon for the new home life. Picture: Contributed

Elevator gives Edinburgh sheltered housing residents a lift

AN Edinburgh housing development has unveiled a modern new lift which will boost the independence of residents as well as accessibility of the building.

Garden centre staff grow new skills in CPR. Picture: Contributed

Inverness garden centre staff learn life-saving skills

STAFF at an Inverness garden centre took customer care to another level recently when a dozen members of its team visited Inverness Fire Station to learn life-saving CPR.

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Celtic supporters to pay respects to toddler at Parkhead

CELTIC fans are to pay tribute to a toddler who died last week at their Champions League tie on Wednesday.

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Lighting project is making savings in Western Isles. Picture: Contributed

Western Isles energy project lighting up the future

A SCHEME aimed at making a Western Isles district the first LED community in the UK has dealt with referrals from around 140 homes for the free lighting upgrade.

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Advocate Maryam Labaki. Picture: Contributed

‘Tumbling Lassies’ to highlight plight of slavery

A NAMELESS girl from 17th century Scotland is to be the spearhead of a fundraising event to aid victims of modern slavery.

One of the images from the Glenelg calander. Picture: Contributed

Highland footballers bare all for charity calendar

Glenelg Football Team in the Highlands is launching a nude charity calendar in time for Christmas.

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Aberdeen Lord Provost George Adam launches poverty campaign. Picture: Contributed

Aberdeen Lord Provost lives on £2 a day in poverty campaign

ABERDEEN’S Lord Provost George Adam will live on £2 a day this week as part of a campaign to highlight food poverty in the city and raise funds to support those in need.

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Celtic stars turned out in memory of Lennon Toland. Picture: Contributed

Neil Lennon meets parents of tragic Lennon Toland

Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon has helped comfort the family of a five-year-old boy killed in a car crash.

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Glen Urquhart Bay, one of the proposed walks. Picture: Contributed

Highland charity offers taster health walks

SOIRBHEAS, the community charity of Glen Urquhart and Strathglass, is keen to encourage others to recognise the benefit of walking and hope to establish a Health Walk group in Drumnadrochit.

Ollie the seal pup. Picture: Contributed

Seal pup gets Highland treatment at renovated hospital

A RESCUED seal pup has been the first treated at a refurbished Highland sanctuary.

Councillor Donnie Kerr's transformation from hairy faced to bare faced. Picture: Contributed

Highland councillor shaves off amazing beard for charity

Councillor Donnie Kerr decided to give up his amazing beard for Carr Gomm, a Highland charity helping adults and children with support needs.

HMP Shotts Prison. Picture: Contributed

Shotts to become Scotland’s first dementia-friendly prison

HMP Shotts in Lanarkshire is set to be one of the first prison services in Scotland to become dementia friendly by the end of the year.

The Transocean Winner after it ran aground on Lewis. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Grounded rig firm donates £120k to Western Isles community

TRANSOCEAN, the firm that owns the oil rig that grounded in the Western isles, is to donate £120,000 by way of thanks to the local community.

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