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Second coronavirus case confirmed in the Highlands

15 March 2020
Second coronavirus case confirmed in the Highlands

Second coronavirus case confirmed in the Highlands

15 March 2020

THE region's second official coronavirus case has been confirmed.


First coronavirus case confirmed in the Highlands

14 March 2020
First coronavirus case confirmed in the Highlands

First coronavirus case confirmed in the Highlands

14 March 2020

THE region's first official coronavirus case has been confirmed.


Gunn shoots first league win for Wick

17 August 2019
Gunn shoots first league win for Wick

Gunn shoots first league win for Wick

17 August 2019

Craig Gunn's double gave Wick Academy their first league win of the season.


Offenders paying back to society in a positive way

03 January 2018
Offenders paying back to society in a positive way

Offenders paying back to society in a positive way

03 January 2018

Highland Council’s criminal justice service reported that offenders on the community payback scheme have been involved in a string of projects over…


Did poachers do this?

10 November 2017
Did poachers do this?

Did poachers do this?

10 November 2017

POLICE are looking into a potential deer poaching ring operating in the far north after more than a dozen stag heads with antlers intact were found behind…


Well-known Wick photographer adds voice to social history project

26 May 2017
Well-known Wick photographer adds voice to social history project

Well-known Wick photographer adds voice to social history project

26 May 2017

VOICES of well-known Wick characters are to be recorded for posterity as part of a venture to compile an audio database of the town’s social history.


Energy service firm Enerpro starts up in Thurso

17 March 2017
Energy service firm Enerpro starts up in Thurso

Energy service firm Enerpro starts up in Thurso

17 March 2017

A TRIO of former offshore oil workers have used the downturn in the industry to establish a growing business which has led them to open a base in…


Dedicated boxing champion opens new club in Caithness

17 March 2017
Dedicated boxing champion opens new club in Caithness

Dedicated boxing champion opens new club in Caithness

17 March 2017

BOXING has arrived in Caithness thanks to the dedication and hard work of a Wick pugilist who has been forced to undertake 200-mile round trips to further…


Gardeners hit out at council for brown bin ‘stealth tax’

03 March 2017
Gardeners hit out at council for brown bin ‘stealth tax’

Gardeners hit out at council for brown bin ‘stealth tax’

03 March 2017

GARDENERS have branded moves to introduce charges to collect and empty garden waste bins as a “step backwards” to promoting recycling in Caithness.


Moves afoot to re-form Latheron Young Farmers' Club

21 February 2017
Moves afoot to re-form Latheron Young Farmers' Club

Moves afoot to re-form Latheron Young Farmers' Club

21 February 2017

CAITHNESS could have a fourth young farmers’ club if a new venture gets the go-ahead at an open meeting tonight.


Team player Shane targets Elgin City success

19 February 2017
Team player Shane targets Elgin City success

Team player Shane targets Elgin City success

19 February 2017

STRIKER Shane Sutherland is enjoying his most prolific season in front of goal in his career.


Cap call for Jamie would be some-Finn else

19 February 2017
Cap call for Jamie would be some-Finn else

Cap call for Jamie would be some-Finn else

19 February 2017

THURSO squash professional Jamie Henderson is looking to establish himself in the Scotland squad to play in the European Squash Team Championships in…


Fears over future of Lybster's Portland Arms Hotel

18 January 2017
Fears over future of Lybster's Portland Arms Hotel

Fears over future of Lybster's Portland Arms Hotel

18 January 2017

FEARS over the future of one of the county’s longest established hotels have been expressed after its doors closed less than a year after it was…


Boy Andrew is the catch of the day

18 January 2017
Boy Andrew is the catch of the day

Boy Andrew is the catch of the day

18 January 2017

THE newest addition to the Caithness fishing fleet has officially been christened as dozens of people from Caithness headed to Denmark for its naming…


Murkle surfer confident Scots are closing gap on leading surfing nations

07 January 2017
Murkle surfer confident Scots are closing gap on leading surfing nations

Murkle surfer confident Scots are closing gap on leading surfing nations

07 January 2017

SCOTTISH under-18 women’s surfing champion Iona McLachlan capped off a memorable 2016 when she represented Scotland at the Eurosurf Junior Championships…


Morris races off with female driver of the year award

06 January 2017
Morris races off with female driver of the year award

Morris races off with female driver of the year award

06 January 2017

ASHLEIGH Morris has taken on the mantle of the queen of Scottish motor racing after being named the top female driver in the country.


Pay rise offer is not good enough, say Dounreay staff

26 November 2016
Pay rise offer is not good enough, say Dounreay staff

Pay rise offer is not good enough, say Dounreay staff

26 November 2016

INDUSTRIAL action could take place at Dounreay after union members overwhelmingly rejected a one per cent pay increase offered by bosses at the site.


Caithness comes out in force against cuts to health services

26 October 2016
Caithness comes out in force against cuts to health services

Caithness comes out in force against cuts to health services

26 October 2016

WE’VE HAD ENOUGH!


VIDEO - Hundreds take to the streets in health service protest

23 October 2016
VIDEO - Hundreds take to the streets in health service protest

VIDEO - Hundreds take to the streets in health service protest

23 October 2016

INCREDIBLE scenes took place in Wick Town Centre as hundreds of people took to the streets in a protest against downgrading of health services…


Mum blasts NHS Highland after nightmare journey

14 October 2016
Mum blasts NHS Highland after nightmare journey

Mum blasts NHS Highland after nightmare journey

14 October 2016

A WICK mother was forced to travel to Inverness in extreme weather to give birth on the same day an NHS Highland chief refused to travel to Wick to attend…


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