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'Horrendous problems' caused by parked vehicles in Castletown street

06 March 2021
'Horrendous problems' caused by parked vehicles in Castletown street

'Horrendous problems' caused by parked vehicles in Castletown street

06 March 2021

Parked vehicles are causing "horrendous problems" in a Castletown street, according to community councillor.


Stone calls for action on 'shocking' fuel poverty figures

06 March 2021
Stone calls for action on 'shocking' fuel poverty figures

Stone calls for action on 'shocking' fuel poverty figures

06 March 2021

Jamie Stone wants urgent action to deal with the "shocking" number of people in fuel poverty in the Highlands.


Mixed reaction in the north for Chancellor's budget measures

05 March 2021
Mixed reaction in the north for Chancellor's budget measures

Mixed reaction in the north for Chancellor's budget measures

05 March 2021

Cautious welcome for budget but reduction in VAT for the hospitality industry described as "hugely disappointing."


Minister's defence of air traffic control centralisation plans 'embarrassing', says north MSP

04 March 2021
Minister's defence of air traffic control centralisation plans 'embarrassing', says north MSP

Minister's defence of air traffic control centralisation plans 'embarrassing', says north MSP

04 March 2021

Minister’s defence of plans to centralise Highlands and Islands air traffic control services in Inverness “embarrassing”, says north MSP


Chancellor should have taken 'a longer term view,' says north business leader

03 March 2021
Chancellor should have taken 'a longer term view,' says north business leader

Chancellor should have taken 'a longer term view,' says north business leader

03 March 2021

A north business leader has given a cautious welcome to Budget but thinks the Chancellor should have taken "a longer term view."


Repairs on north roads would cost £16 million, says Thurso councillor

26 February 2021
Repairs on north roads would cost £16 million, says Thurso councillor

Repairs on north roads would cost £16 million, says Thurso councillor

26 February 2021

The cost of carrying out urgent repairs on roads in Caithness and Sutherland is estimated to be around £16 million


Skateboard plan for old Thurso church to cost £1 million

26 February 2021
Skateboard plan for old Thurso church to cost £1 million

Skateboard plan for old Thurso church to cost £1 million

26 February 2021

A plan to transform an old church in Thurso into an indoor skateboard park and studios could cost about £1 million.


Caithness rock band releases album three decades after it was recorded

26 February 2021
Caithness rock band releases album three decades after it was recorded

Caithness rock band releases album three decades after it was recorded

26 February 2021

AN album released by a Caithness rock band 33 years ago has just had a new lease of life after a chance posting online.


'Outstanding questions' remain over centralisation of air traffic control

24 February 2021
'Outstanding questions' remain over centralisation of air traffic control

'Outstanding questions' remain over centralisation of air traffic control

24 February 2021

Questions remain to be answered over the future of air traffic control in the Highlands, according to a leading Caithness business representative.


Bringing voices together to celebrate the best of Caithness

23 February 2021
Bringing voices together to celebrate the best of Caithness

Bringing voices together to celebrate the best of Caithness

23 February 2021

A poet taking part in a six-month residency in Caithness tells Gordon Calder how he hopes to share people's views of the county and promote the area


Time running out for north self assessment tax returns, warns HM Revenue and Customs

23 February 2021
Time running out for north self assessment tax returns, warns HM Revenue and Customs

Time running out for north self assessment tax returns, warns HM Revenue and Customs

23 February 2021

Self assessment taxpayers in Caithness and elsewhere in the country have just two days to submit their late tax returns


Pay increase for north care staff described as 'fantastic news' by Scottish Government minister

23 February 2021
Pay increase for north care staff described as 'fantastic news' by Scottish Government minister

Pay increase for north care staff described as 'fantastic news' by Scottish Government minister

23 February 2021

The decision by a north social care provider to pay staff a minimum of £10 an hour hailed as 'fantastic news' by Scottish Minister.


Lorries cause loads of problems for Caithness woman as they thunder past her home

19 February 2021
Lorries cause loads of problems for Caithness woman as they thunder past her home

Lorries cause loads of problems for Caithness woman as they thunder past her home

19 February 2021

Timber lorries are causing concern for a Caithness woman who says she has endured years of disruption from the vehicles.


Hial centralisation plan 'all smoke and mirrors', says north MSP

19 February 2021
Hial centralisation plan 'all smoke and mirrors', says north MSP

Hial centralisation plan 'all smoke and mirrors', says north MSP

19 February 2021

A plan to centralise Highlands and Islands air traffic control services in Inverness is “all smoke and mirrors,” says north MSP.


Apology made after 'intemperate language' used in fund row

19 February 2021
Apology made after 'intemperate language' used in fund row

Apology made after 'intemperate language' used in fund row

19 February 2021

Wick Academy supporter Dan Mackay has apologised for his “intemperate language” in row over development fund


WATCH: Tidal power pioneered in Pentland Firth is installed in Japanese waters

19 February 2021
WATCH: Tidal power pioneered in Pentland Firth is installed in Japanese waters

WATCH: Tidal power pioneered in Pentland Firth is installed in Japanese waters

19 February 2021

THE company behind the MeyGen tidal energy project in the Pentland Firth has achieved "a huge milestone" after installing a turbine in Japan.


Castletown wartime memento to feature in Highland-wide podcast

18 February 2021
Castletown wartime memento to feature in Highland-wide podcast

Castletown wartime memento to feature in Highland-wide podcast

18 February 2021

A unique and poignant wartime memento from World War II is to be featured on a podcast as part of a Highland-wide initiative.


Old Castletown mill bought by a Caithness firm

13 February 2021
Old Castletown mill bought by a Caithness firm

Old Castletown mill bought by a Caithness firm

13 February 2021

A historic mill on the outskirts of Castletown could be transformed after it was bought by a Caithness business.


Plea from north MSPs for 21st century maternity service in Caithness

12 February 2021
Plea from north MSPs for 21st century maternity service in Caithness

Plea from north MSPs for 21st century maternity service in Caithness

12 February 2021

Pregnant women in Caithness should have a 21st century maternity service with obstetric and paediatric support, says Rhoda Grant


Cassette problems delay police report into Wick death

12 February 2021
Cassette problems delay police report into Wick death

Cassette problems delay police report into Wick death

12 February 2021

A police report into the death of a Caithness man 24 years ago has been delayed - partly due to difficulties in acquiring a cassette player.


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