Features

New road campaign asks you to slow down in town

Published: Thu 17 Mar 2016

The new campaign highlights the fragility of pedestrians.

NEW research shows that the majority (87 per cent) of people in Scotland think a collision with a pedestrian at 30mph would not be fatal, yet pedestrians are seven times as likely to be killed if hit at 30mph than 20mph.

Your Caithness

Thurso Castle captured

Thurso reader Fergus Corsie took this shot of Thurso Castle from the top of Brims Hill on August 31.

Thurso Castle captured

Wick from afar

A photo taken by Gavin Russell, of Macleod Road, Wick, looking towards the town from the walkway at the riverside.

Wick from afar

Northern lights at Ackergill

Willie Watt, of Whitehouse Park, Wick, captured this shot from Ackergill harbour around 10pm during the recent northern lights display.

Northern lights at Ackergill

Dunnet Beach

Reader Dan Malcolm took this shot of Dunnet Beach in the early afternoon on Sunday December 29.

Dunnet Beach

Simply stunning

Chris Sinclair took this shot during a family outing on a very unseasonal day at Loch More.

Simply stunning

Rush job at the croft museum!

The age-old skills of the thatcher were brought back to life when the Laidhay croft museum in Dunbeath engaged on a £10,000 three-week programme to make one of the county's top tourist attractions wind- and water-tight.

Rush job at the croft museum!

Active Outdoors

Travel