Home   Categories   Grid

Community

Back to all categories

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

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.


Socially Growing open day will give insight into Thurso's net-zero aims

Socially Growing open day will give insight into Thurso's net-zero aims

Socially Growing open day will give insight into Thurso's net-zero aims

02 December 2021

The social enterprise Socially Growing is hosting an open day this weekend at its Thurso base which is on course to start up early in the new year.


People urged to take part in survey to help fight mental health stigma

People urged to take part in survey to help fight mental health stigma

People urged to take part in survey to help fight mental health stigma

02 December 2021

A survey billed as the first of its kind is looking to gather experiences of mental health stigma and discrimination.


Thurso car park for leased vehicles criticised by local community councillors

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

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.


Council urges locals to take a stand and report vandalism after fire raising in Thurso toilets and other Highland facilities

Council urges locals to take a stand and report vandalism after fire raising in Thurso toilets and other Highland facilities

Council urges locals to take a stand and report vandalism after fire raising in Thurso toilets and other Highland facilities

02 December 2021

A significant rise in vandalism and fire raising at public toilets has prompted the council to urge local people to report vandals to the police.


Far north winter road condition and school closure report for today – Council warn of damp roads in Caithness

Far north winter road condition and school closure report for today – Council warn of damp roads in Caithness

Far north winter road condition and school closure report for today – Council warn of damp roads in Caithness

02 December 2021

Highland Council warned drivers of damp and wet roads in Caithness as wintry conditions continue to take hold of the county.


Halkirk volunteers 'overwhelmed' by support for motoring heritage centre

Halkirk volunteers 'overwhelmed' by support for motoring heritage centre

Halkirk volunteers 'overwhelmed' by support for motoring heritage centre

01 December 2021

Volunteers working to establish a motoring heritage centre in Halkirk hope it can become an important new tourist attraction for Caithness.


Thurso artist incorporates Caithness Courier in a new painting at his one-man show

Thurso artist incorporates Caithness Courier in a new painting at his one-man show

Thurso artist incorporates Caithness Courier in a new painting at his one-man show

01 December 2021

A Thurso artist has a solo show of paintings at the North Coast Visitor Centre and incorporates a copy of the Caithness Courier in one work.


PICTURES: Wick volunteers complete upgrade of Newton Hill path – local mum delighted she can push her pram up the hill safely now

PICTURES: Wick volunteers complete upgrade of Newton Hill path – local mum delighted she can push her pram up the hill safely now

PICTURES: Wick volunteers complete upgrade of Newton Hill path – local mum delighted she can push her pram up the hill safely now

01 December 2021

Volunteers from Wick Paths Group (WPG) have completed the upgrade of a popular path from the town boundary up to Newton Hill.


Christmas treats on the menu at Thurso Community Café

Christmas treats on the menu at Thurso Community Café

Christmas treats on the menu at Thurso Community Café

01 December 2021

Thurso Community Café is getting into the spirit of Christmas by offering a couple of events to help raise funds to update the kitchen.


Council winter road condition and school closure report for Caithness

Council winter road condition and school closure report for Caithness

Council winter road condition and school closure report for Caithness

29 November 2021

Highland Council provided a summary of reports from operational staff on road conditions and school closures in the county.


Council leader visits Wick – praises roads team 'for their hard work'

Council leader visits Wick – praises roads team 'for their hard work'

Council leader visits Wick – praises roads team 'for their hard work'

29 November 2021

The leader of the Highland Council, Councillor Margaret Davidson, recently met with council roads staff in Wick on a visit to Caithness.


Wick opticians supports music therapy charity

Wick opticians supports music therapy charity

Wick opticians supports music therapy charity

29 November 2021

A Wick opticians has helped raise £15,000 for the UK's largest music therapy charity following the Specsavers Scottish Music Awards.


Minor win for Halkirk man at vintage vehicle rally

Minor win for Halkirk man at vintage vehicle rally

Minor win for Halkirk man at vintage vehicle rally

29 November 2021

Scottish Branch of Morris Minor Owners Club announced the results of their 40th Anniversary Rally with two Caithness cars among the winners.


Eight wheeler spreaders Gritallica, Mr Plow and Ready, Spready, Go! are ready to tackle wintry roads in Caithness

Eight wheeler spreaders Gritallica, Mr Plow and Ready, Spready, Go! are ready to tackle wintry roads in Caithness

Eight wheeler spreaders Gritallica, Mr Plow and Ready, Spready, Go! are ready to tackle wintry roads in Caithness

28 November 2021

BEAR Scotland and its 'well-loved' team of gritters are geared up and ready to tackle the Caithness winter weather as temperatures drop.


Warning of snow and ice in Caithness for today and tomorrow

Warning of snow and ice in Caithness for today and tomorrow

Warning of snow and ice in Caithness for today and tomorrow

27 November 2021

The Met Office have issued a Yellow Warning for Caithness saying that a 'cold night with icy stretches' are likely to form quickly tonight.


Wick campus closed due to 'large hole' – parent council chair condemns building's failings

Wick campus closed due to 'large hole' – parent council chair condemns building's failings

Wick campus closed due to 'large hole' – parent council chair condemns building's failings

26 November 2021

Pupils sent home due to storm damage at Wick Community Campus – parent council chair expressed his disappointment over repeated structural issues.


Free art show in Thurso tomorrow North Coast Artists will have an exhibition of work at the Pentland Hotel in Thurso tomorrow (Saturday, November 27).

Free art show in Thurso tomorrow North Coast Artists will have an exhibition of work at the Pentland Hotel in Thurso tomorrow (Saturday, November 27).

Free art show in Thurso tomorrow North Coast Artists will have an exhibition of work at the Pentland Hotel in Thurso tomorrow (Saturday, November 27).

26 November 2021

North Coast Artists will have an exhibition of work at the Pentland Hotel in Thurso tomorrow (Saturday, November 27).


Caithness buyers encouraged to know their delivery rights and report concerns

Caithness buyers encouraged to know their delivery rights and report concerns

Caithness buyers encouraged to know their delivery rights and report concerns

26 November 2021

Caithness shoppers are being advised to know their rights and to report problems about unfair delivery surcharges and misleading claims.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More