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Prince Charles praises work to make Castle of Mey gardens a year-round attraction

24 October 2020
Prince Charles praises work to make Castle of Mey gardens a year-round attraction

Prince Charles praises work to make Castle of Mey gardens a year-round attraction

24 October 2020

Prince Charles has overseen a project to make the Castle of Mey gardens a year-round attraction, praising the “tireless work” of the gardening team.


Wick development fund cash 'should go first and foremost to football club'

23 October 2020
Wick development fund cash 'should go first and foremost to football club'

Wick development fund cash 'should go first and foremost to football club'

23 October 2020

Wick Academy should get the £140,000 in a bank account belonging to a charity set up to benefit the football club, supporter Dan Mackay has said.


Caithness family's police campaign supported by Scottish Tory leader

23 October 2020
Caithness family's police campaign supported by Scottish Tory leader

Caithness family's police campaign supported by Scottish Tory leader

23 October 2020

A Caithness family's campaign to prevent police officers retiring or resigning while under investigation is backed by Tory leader


Caithness councillors call for government to help safeguard future of airport

22 October 2020
Caithness councillors call for government to help safeguard future of airport

Caithness councillors call for government to help safeguard future of airport

22 October 2020

A call has been made for the Scottish Government and Highland Council to safeguard the future of flights from Wick John O'Groats Airport


Ross backs plans for 12-month delay in fire alarms system

21 October 2020
Ross backs plans for 12-month delay in fire alarms system

Ross backs plans for 12-month delay in fire alarms system

21 October 2020

North MSP Gail Ross has welcomed plans to delay by a year a scheme to fit all homes with interlinked fire and carbon monoxide alarms.


Fire safety scheme looks set to be delayed

20 October 2020
Fire safety scheme looks set to be delayed

Fire safety scheme looks set to be delayed

20 October 2020

A scheme to fit all homes with interlinked fire and carbon monoxide alarms by February 2021 looks set to be delayed after a backlash.


Brother and sister take up top posts at Gills Harbour Ltd

17 October 2020
Brother and sister take up top posts at Gills Harbour Ltd

Brother and sister take up top posts at Gills Harbour Ltd

17 October 2020

A brother and sister have taken the helm at Gills Harbour Ltd after two key members announced they were stepping down from their posts.


Caithness hotel proprietor joins in plea to Sturgeon over restrictions

15 October 2020
Caithness hotel proprietor joins in plea to Sturgeon over restrictions

Caithness hotel proprietor joins in plea to Sturgeon over restrictions

15 October 2020

Local businessman Andrew Mowat is one of more than 100 hoteliers to sign a letter urging Nicola Sturgeon to change controversial coronavirus rules.


Move to appoint legal official to manage affairs of Wick charity with £140,000 in bank

15 October 2020
Move to appoint legal official to manage affairs of Wick charity with £140,000 in bank

Move to appoint legal official to manage affairs of Wick charity with £140,000 in bank

15 October 2020

Scotland's top civil court is being petitioned to appoint a legal official to manage the affairs of the Wick Academy Development Fund.


Greens 'quite relieved' as start of rugby season is delayed

14 October 2020
Greens 'quite relieved' as start of rugby season is delayed

Greens 'quite relieved' as start of rugby season is delayed

14 October 2020

Caithness head coach Ewen Boyd has mixed feelings about the decision to delay the start of the rugby season until the new year.


Warning over fixed penalty scam in the north

13 October 2020
Warning over fixed penalty scam in the north

Warning over fixed penalty scam in the north

13 October 2020

A warning has been issued about a fixed penalty notice scam which has been operating in the north


Stone calls for new rules to remove irresponsible MPs

13 October 2020
Stone calls for new rules to remove irresponsible MPs

Stone calls for new rules to remove irresponsible MPs

13 October 2020

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross representative Jamie Stone has called for a new mechanism to remove irresponsible MPs from their seats.


M&Co shops sold but business continuing to trade in far north

13 October 2020
M&Co shops sold but business continuing to trade in far north

M&Co shops sold but business continuing to trade in far north

13 October 2020

The M&Co shops in Caithness have been sold for a reported £320,000 but the business is continuing to trade in the far north.


Caithness firm Ashley Ann to recruit up to 30 extra staff after soaring demand

08 October 2020
Caithness firm Ashley Ann to recruit up to 30 extra staff after soaring demand

Caithness firm Ashley Ann to recruit up to 30 extra staff after soaring demand

08 October 2020

A Caithness firm is recruiting up to 30 additional staff after its orders increased by around 50 per cent.


Wick death review not be completed until 2021, family told

07 October 2020
Wick death review not be completed until 2021, family told

Wick death review not be completed until 2021, family told

07 October 2020

The investigation into the death of Wick man Kevin McLeod will not be competed until 2021, the family has been told


Governments failing to work together to tackle Covid, says Stone

07 October 2020
Governments failing to work together to tackle Covid, says Stone

Governments failing to work together to tackle Covid, says Stone

07 October 2020

The Scottish and UK governments are failing to work together to tackle the coronavirus, according to north MP Jamie Stone.


Time is right for Mikie in country music charts

01 October 2020
Time is right for Mikie in country music charts

Time is right for Mikie in country music charts

01 October 2020

A Caithness singer/songwriter hit the right note with his second single which has gone to number two in the iTunes Country Music Charts.


Caithness flu jab demand increases due to coronavirus

01 October 2020
Caithness flu jab demand increases due to coronavirus

Caithness flu jab demand increases due to coronavirus

01 October 2020

Demand for the flu vaccination in Caithness has increased this year due to ongoing concerns about the coronavirus.


Fire at Thurso property

30 September 2020
Fire at Thurso property

Fire at Thurso property

30 September 2020

Four engines attended the fire at Ormlie Hill.


Ross wants improved access for Covid-19 tests in Caithness

30 September 2020
Ross wants improved access for Covid-19 tests in Caithness

Ross wants improved access for Covid-19 tests in Caithness

30 September 2020

People in Caithness should have improved access to Covid-19 tests, according to Gail Ross, who has urged the Scottish Government to act swiftly.


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