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Vandalism getting 'quite bad again' in Castletown with incidents at public toilets and hall

04 December 2021
Vandalism getting 'quite bad again' in Castletown with incidents at public toilets and hall

Vandalism getting 'quite bad again' in Castletown with incidents at public toilets and hall

04 December 2021

Eggs thrown about the toilets made "a hell of a mess," says community councillor


Call from Thurso Community Council to fight the planned closure of TSB branch in the town

03 December 2021
Call from Thurso Community Council to fight the planned closure of TSB branch in the town

Call from Thurso Community Council to fight the planned closure of TSB branch in the town

03 December 2021

The proposed closure of the TSB branch in Thurso is "shocking" and has to be opposed, say the town's community council.


Thurso car park for leased vehicles criticised by local community councillors

02 December 2021
Thurso car park for leased vehicles criticised by local community councillors

Thurso car park for leased vehicles criticised by local community councillors

02 December 2021

A car park for vehicles leased from a commercial company is causing concern to local community councillors.


Road safety would be improved by 20mph speed limit throughout Thurso, say community council

02 December 2021
Road safety would be improved by 20mph speed limit throughout Thurso, say community council

Road safety would be improved by 20mph speed limit throughout Thurso, say community council

02 December 2021

A uniform 20mph speed limit in Thurso would end confusion for drivers and improve road safety.


Invitation to Pay scheme for seven Caithness car parks

02 December 2021
Invitation to Pay scheme for seven Caithness car parks

Invitation to Pay scheme for seven Caithness car parks

02 December 2021

Invitation to Pay scheme will raise money for infrastructure, community council is told.


Murkle camping plan could give a boost to the local economy, says report.

29 November 2021
Murkle camping plan could give a boost to the local economy, says report.

Murkle camping plan could give a boost to the local economy, says report.

29 November 2021

A plan to create eight camping pods at West Murkle would create "a significant economic benefit" for local area.


Funding of £20 million could turbo-charge tidal energy in far north, says MeyGen director

26 November 2021
Funding of £20 million could turbo-charge tidal energy in far north, says MeyGen director

Funding of £20 million could turbo-charge tidal energy in far north, says MeyGen director

26 November 2021

Ring-fenced funding is 'a welcome breakthrough', according to north MP, Jamie Stone.


Hial says north MSP 's remarks on centralisation plans were 'unhelpful, uninformed and inflammatory'

25 November 2021
Hial says north MSP 's remarks on centralisation plans were 'unhelpful, uninformed and inflammatory'

Hial says north MSP 's remarks on centralisation plans were 'unhelpful, uninformed and inflammatory'

25 November 2021

Rhoda Grant claims Hial's proposals will have an adverse effect on Wick airport and are 'a shambles'


North Highland College students graduate despite problems posed by Covid

25 November 2021
North Highland College students graduate despite problems posed by Covid

North Highland College students graduate despite problems posed by Covid

25 November 2021

Over 200 students graduated from North Highland College this year despite the challenges created by the coronavirus.


Stone says arrangements for Caithness patients undertaking psychological therapies online are "unsuitable"

24 November 2021
Stone says arrangements for Caithness patients undertaking psychological therapies online are "unsuitable"

Stone says arrangements for Caithness patients undertaking psychological therapies online are "unsuitable"

24 November 2021

North MSP writes Scottish health secretary on arrangements for online psychological treatments


World lead in tidal energy projects such as MeyGen can only be maintained with 'practical support' from UK Government

23 November 2021
World lead in tidal energy projects such as MeyGen can only be maintained with 'practical support' from UK Government

World lead in tidal energy projects such as MeyGen can only be maintained with 'practical support' from UK Government

23 November 2021

Industry leaders urge UK Govt to help tidal energy projects


Deadline extended for airline bids to provide services from Wick John O' Groats airport

23 November 2021
Deadline extended for airline bids to provide services from Wick John O' Groats airport

Deadline extended for airline bids to provide services from Wick John O' Groats airport

23 November 2021

Airline companies interested in providing scheduled passenger services from Caithness have until the end of the month to put in a bid.


Caithness musician Brandon McPhee set to tour after Covid lockdown

19 November 2021
Caithness musician Brandon McPhee set to tour after Covid lockdown

Caithness musician Brandon McPhee set to tour after Covid lockdown

19 November 2021

Brandon ready for the road to promote new single and CD


Historic hall in Mey under threat unless more people join the committee, says secretary.

19 November 2021
Historic hall in Mey under threat unless more people join the committee, says secretary.

Historic hall in Mey under threat unless more people join the committee, says secretary.

19 November 2021

Caithness hall, which was renovated at a cost of £750,000 in 2008 and re-opened by Prince Charles, is at risk of closure


Air traffic centralisation plan 'a shambles of monumental proportions,' says Rhoda Grant.

18 November 2021
Air traffic centralisation plan 'a shambles of monumental proportions,' says Rhoda Grant.

Air traffic centralisation plan 'a shambles of monumental proportions,' says Rhoda Grant.

18 November 2021

MSP says the centralisation plan will impact adversely on Wick airport


Reay early learning project due to be finished early next year, says Highland Council

18 November 2021
Reay early learning project due to be finished early next year, says Highland Council

Reay early learning project due to be finished early next year, says Highland Council

18 November 2021

Caithness village one of seven areas where capital project about to be completed


Rejection of Chat request by NHS Highland was wrong, says north MSP.

18 November 2021
Rejection of Chat request by NHS Highland was wrong, says north MSP.

Rejection of Chat request by NHS Highland was wrong, says north MSP.

18 November 2021

Dismissal of Caithness campaign group request to be involved in decisions made by NHS Highland was wrong, says Rhoda Grant.


North MSP 'frustrated' by lack of firms registered to carry out energy efficient improvements in Highlands and Islands.

17 November 2021
North MSP 'frustrated' by lack of firms registered to carry out energy efficient improvements in Highlands and Islands.

North MSP 'frustrated' by lack of firms registered to carry out energy efficient improvements in Highlands and Islands.

17 November 2021

Scottish Government admits there is a shortage of registered firms to carry out energy efficient improvements in Highlands and Islands.


Fall in north unemployment masks 'a cost of living crisis', says Jamie Stone

16 November 2021
Fall in north unemployment masks 'a cost of living crisis', says Jamie Stone

Fall in north unemployment masks 'a cost of living crisis', says Jamie Stone

16 November 2021

Stone is concerned about "a cost of living crisis" in constituency despite fall in unemployment rate.


Simec director welcomes MPs call for UK Government funding for tidal energy

12 November 2021
Simec director welcomes MPs call for UK Government funding for tidal energy

Simec director welcomes MPs call for UK Government funding for tidal energy

12 November 2021

The company behind the MeyGen project welcomes call from MPs for tidal energy projects to get financial support from the UK government.


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