Ross and Cromarty


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Ross and Cromarty,

former county, N Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Ross and Cromarty was divided between the new Highland and Western Isles regions (now council areas).

Ross and Cromarty

(until 1975) a county of N Scotland, including the island of Lewis and many islets: now split between the Highland and Western Isles council areas
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In Bealach Na Ba, Ross and Cromarty, winds reached 116mph and in Glen Ogle, Perthshire, there were gusts of 106mph.
the worst Home Secretary in memory,; the man who took us to war in Iraq,; or the red-haired man from Ross and Cromarty
Alness Point is now a pounds 3.5 million business park operated by Ross and Cromarty Enterprise.
It wasn't just people from Dingwall, we represent the whole of Ross and Cromarty and lots of people from different areas come to our games.
Last month, 11-year-old Shannen Stewart was found dead in Balintore, Ross and Cromarty, in what is thought to be the youngest female suicide in the country.
Other honorary sheriffs appointed at the same time as Magee were Allan Forsyth, a retired director of education, and David Neill, Highland Council's legal manager for the Ross and Cromarty area.
The walker was trekking on the mountain of An Teallach near Dundonnell in Ross and Cromarty when they fell shortly after 1pm yesterday afternoon.
Collins, 27, of Milton, Ross and Cromarty, admitted possessing firearms and terrifying mum Ann and brothers, Christopher and Robert.
Britain's only eel farm, at Alness, Ross and Cromarty, produced Kabayaki, a mix of boiled eel, sake and soya, thought by the Japanese to spice up sex lives.
The incoming Lord Lieutenant for Ross and Cromarty says she hopes to be able to work alongside people to build a stronger community.
Highlands and Islands Fire and Rescue Service had to deal with around 200 calls in the Ross and Cromarty area throughout the day.
Chief Executive of Ross and Cromarty Enterprise Gordon Cox said: "Scotland is one of the few places in the world where future availability of timber outstrips current demand.