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Charity swim by Caithness woman raises over £1500 for Breast Cancer Now

17 August 2023
Charity swim by Caithness woman raises over £1500 for Breast Cancer Now

Charity swim by Caithness woman raises over £1500 for Breast Cancer Now

17 August 2023

Lesley Double from Thrumster did the 10.9 mile swim in stages last month


Casualty rescued from Sinclair and Girnigoe Castle area

16 August 2023
Casualty rescued from Sinclair and Girnigoe Castle area

Casualty rescued from Sinclair and Girnigoe Castle area

16 August 2023

Wick and Duncansby Coastguard and Scottish Ambulance Service called to deal with the incident


Nuclear company going into administration is 'a bitter blow for local employment' says Caithness business boss

16 August 2023
Nuclear company going into administration is 'a bitter blow for local employment' says Caithness business boss

Nuclear company going into administration is 'a bitter blow for local employment' says Caithness business boss

16 August 2023

Trudy Morris said announcement is "incredibly disappointing and concerning."


Company involved in decommissioning of the Dounreay nuclear plant has gone into administration

10 August 2023
Company involved in decommissioning of the Dounreay nuclear plant has gone into administration

Company involved in decommissioning of the Dounreay nuclear plant has gone into administration

10 August 2023

James Fisher Nuclear had a base at Bower


'We cannot let juvenile vandals bring the town to its knees' – Thurso councillor in push to re-open town centre toilets

10 August 2023
'We cannot let juvenile vandals bring the town to its knees' – Thurso councillor in push to re-open town centre toilets

'We cannot let juvenile vandals bring the town to its knees' – Thurso councillor in push to re-open town centre toilets

10 August 2023

A councillor has criticised Highland Council over its "complacent" statement that it has no plans to re-open the Riverside Road toilets in Thurso.


Bill Mowat was 'a great character' and had a life that was 'well lived'

10 August 2023
Bill Mowat was 'a great character' and had a life that was 'well lived'

Bill Mowat was 'a great character' and had a life that was 'well lived'

10 August 2023

The former journalist and councillor served his community with 'passion and commitment'


Urgent review of Castletown road crossing is needed, according to councillors and campaign group

10 August 2023
Urgent review of Castletown road crossing is needed, according to councillors and campaign group

Urgent review of Castletown road crossing is needed, according to councillors and campaign group

10 August 2023

Crossing is "not the right solution to the problem," it is claimed


Family fun day being held in Thurso on Saturday

10 August 2023
Family fun day being held in Thurso on Saturday

Family fun day being held in Thurso on Saturday

10 August 2023

Event will mark a year-long effort to turn former Highland Council greenhouses into a growing space for herbs, vegetables and house plants


Stone backs dualling of A9 between Perth and Inverness but wants investment in the road north of the Highland capital

09 August 2023
Stone backs dualling of A9 between Perth and Inverness but wants investment in the road north of the Highland capital

Stone backs dualling of A9 between Perth and Inverness but wants investment in the road north of the Highland capital

09 August 2023

The Liberal Democrat MP says Scottish Government's broken promises are "breathtaking"


Plans for a major battery storage site near Reay 'under consideration'

08 August 2023
Plans for a major battery storage site near Reay 'under consideration'

Plans for a major battery storage site near Reay 'under consideration'

08 August 2023

Ylem Energy wants to build a 37 megawatt plant to provide power to the National Grid


Denchi battery firm in Thurso recruits four Caithness students on summer placements

03 August 2023
Denchi battery firm in Thurso recruits four Caithness students on summer placements

Denchi battery firm in Thurso recruits four Caithness students on summer placements

03 August 2023

Company is delighted to support local people


Call for action over the 'ludicrous' lack of public toilets in centre of Thurso

03 August 2023
Call for action over the 'ludicrous' lack of public toilets in centre of Thurso

Call for action over the 'ludicrous' lack of public toilets in centre of Thurso

03 August 2023

Public feeling on the issue is "so strong," says community councillor


'Draconian' parking restrictions in centre of Thurso need to be reviewed, say community councillors

03 August 2023
'Draconian' parking restrictions in centre of Thurso need to be reviewed, say community councillors

'Draconian' parking restrictions in centre of Thurso need to be reviewed, say community councillors

03 August 2023

Businesses, local people and visitors being affected by the "crazy" rules, it is claimed


Next phase of MeyGen project could provide 'an incredibly exciting opportunity' for the far north, says Caithness business boss

03 August 2023
Next phase of MeyGen project could provide 'an incredibly exciting opportunity' for the far north, says Caithness business boss

Next phase of MeyGen project could provide 'an incredibly exciting opportunity' for the far north, says Caithness business boss

03 August 2023

Trudy Morris described the increase in electricty sales from the site as 'very positive'


Speed limit plan in over 100 Highland areas, including Caithness, making progress

02 August 2023
Speed limit plan in over 100 Highland areas, including Caithness, making progress

Speed limit plan in over 100 Highland areas, including Caithness, making progress

02 August 2023

Groundwork over 75 per cent complete, says local authority


MeyGen revenue from electricity sales rose to £3.9 million last year – up £2.3 million from 2021

02 August 2023
MeyGen revenue from electricity sales rose to £3.9 million last year – up £2.3 million from 2021

MeyGen revenue from electricity sales rose to £3.9 million last year – up £2.3 million from 2021

02 August 2023

Improved performance result of significant upgrade to two of the turbines


PICTURES: Record-breaking year for Halkirk Games

31 July 2023
PICTURES: Record-breaking year for Halkirk Games

PICTURES: Record-breaking year for Halkirk Games

31 July 2023

Records tumbled at the Halkirk Highland Games on Saturday.


Caithness health campaigner concerned about 'potentially dangerous' condition of NHS Highland buildings

28 July 2023
Caithness health campaigner concerned about 'potentially dangerous' condition of NHS Highland buildings

Caithness health campaigner concerned about 'potentially dangerous' condition of NHS Highland buildings

28 July 2023

Ron Gunn, chairman of CHAT, says it is a "really worrying" development as 11 buildings in the Highlands to be tested for vulnerable concrete


Bridging loan for Thurso-based battery manufacturer is 'good news' say Caithness business leaders and politicians

27 July 2023
Bridging loan for Thurso-based battery manufacturer is 'good news' say Caithness business leaders and politicians

Bridging loan for Thurso-based battery manufacturer is 'good news' say Caithness business leaders and politicians

27 July 2023

Call made for Scottish Government to do more to secure investment in battery cell development


Call for action on flooding which affects town centre shops and businesses in Thurso

27 July 2023
Call for action on flooding which affects town centre shops and businesses in Thurso

Call for action on flooding which affects town centre shops and businesses in Thurso

27 July 2023

Community council says problem has to be sorted out


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