Dornoch


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Dornoch

(dôr`nŏkh, –nŏk), town (1991 pop. 1,006), Highland, N Scotland, on Dornoch Firth. It is a summer resort. A former royal burgh and ecclesiastical center, Dornoch has a 13th-century cathedral (rebuilt in the 19th cent.). The last burning for witchcraft in Scotland took place in Dornoch in 1722.
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People in and around Dornoch are to be given their say on a proposal by Highland Council to grant a long lease to the operators of the town's famous golf club.
This year, the event will take place on home soil at Royal Dornoch Club Golf in Dornoch, Sutherland from August 7 to 9.
Reverend Susan Brown, of Dornoch Cathedral, will take up the year-long role at the General Assembly in Edinburgh next May.
Kenneth Hassall vowed to "exercise my right" to put his livestock on Royal Dornoch in Sutherland.
The public were kept well away from the heavily guarded Skibo Castle near Dornoch in Sutherland.
Dornoch (Scotland), July 18 (ANI): Hundreds of people swarmed to Dornoch to take part in cycling legend Lance Armstrong's invitation for a 'twitter ride'.
He is an honorary life member at Prestbury, a member at Royal Lytham and St Annes as well as Royal Dornoch.
During our five-day wildlifewatching holiday, we were based at Dornoch, an hour from Inverness and very close to those seals at Loch Fleet.
Student Jing Hai Zeng, 24, admitted being concerned in the cultivation of cannabis at Evelix, Dornoch, and at another house in Fearn.
Meanwhile former chairman Lorraine Rogers says she is not looking for a buyer for her 30% shareholding in Tranmere via the US finance company Dornoch Capital Advisers.
The listing, now removed, purported to be from Dornoch Capital, the US firm tasked with finding a buyer for the club, and had a starting bid of $10m.
He blasted himself on the first green of the renowned Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Sutherland, where Caroline, 30, works as head chef.