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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.


Wick community campus to reopen on Wednesday after storm damage

Wick community campus to reopen on Wednesday after storm damage

Wick community campus to reopen on Wednesday after storm damage

30 November 2021

Wick's community campus is to reopen on Wednesday now that interim repairs have been completed following damage caused by Storm Arwen.


UHI appoints a new vice principal

UHI appoints a new vice principal

UHI appoints a new vice principal

30 November 2021

Vicki Nairn will lead on the design, development and service delivery of the university's professional services.


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.


Wick school to remain closed after storm damage

Wick school to remain closed after storm damage

Wick school to remain closed after storm damage

29 November 2021

Wick High School has issued a bulletin stating that it will remain closed today and tomorrow after a building sustained damage during Storm Arwen.


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.


North Highland College students graduate despite problems posed by Covid

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.


Wick school's 'tache teaching team raise cash for Movember

Wick school's 'tache teaching team raise cash for Movember

Wick school's 'tache teaching team raise cash for Movember

24 November 2021

Wick High School staff have taken on the Mo-Grow challenge to try and grow a moustache in one month to raise £2000 for men's health.


New members of the Scottish Youth Parliament welcomed

New members of the Scottish Youth Parliament welcomed

New members of the Scottish Youth Parliament welcomed

23 November 2021

Following the latest elections at the Scottish Youth Parliament, six new representatives have been chosen across the Highland region.


Bikeability programme helps Keiss pupils develop their cycling skills

Bikeability programme helps Keiss pupils develop their cycling skills

Bikeability programme helps Keiss pupils develop their cycling skills

21 November 2021

Pupils at Keiss Primary School have been developing their cycling skills by taking part in the national Bikeability training programme.


North College UHI IT donation will help create new opportunities for north families

North College UHI IT donation will help create new opportunities for north families

North College UHI IT donation will help create new opportunities for north families

21 November 2021

North Highland College UHI has found a good home for some of its surplus IT equipment – by passing it onto a local social enterprise


Schools can study Highland mammals: past and present

Schools can study Highland mammals: past and present

Schools can study Highland mammals: past and present

20 November 2021

High Life Highland Countryside Rangers will be offering schools in Caithness the opportunity to take part in conservation work for mammals.


Melvich youngsters donate 92 gift boxes to Blythswood charity appeal

Melvich youngsters donate 92 gift boxes to Blythswood charity appeal

Melvich youngsters donate 92 gift boxes to Blythswood charity appeal

20 November 2021

Melvich primary pupils have donated 92 gift boxes to help a Highland-based charity bring some festive cheer to people in need across eastern Europe.


Young people must be at heart of recovery, says Maree Todd as she backs first Scottish Careers Week

Young people must be at heart of recovery, says Maree Todd as she backs first Scottish Careers Week

Young people must be at heart of recovery, says Maree Todd as she backs first Scottish Careers Week

18 November 2021

Young people in the Highlands deserve support to ensure they are at the heart of the economic recovery after the pandemic, Maree Todd has said.


Wick school marks Anti-Bullying Week

Wick school marks Anti-Bullying Week

Wick school marks Anti-Bullying Week

18 November 2021

To mark this year’s Anti-Bullying Week, Wick High School stated that it was proud to announce a draft version of the updated Anti-Bullying Policy.


Wick school asks pupils to adhere to face mask requirements

Wick school asks pupils to adhere to face mask requirements

Wick school asks pupils to adhere to face mask requirements

15 November 2021

Wick High School today asked pupils to make face coverings a "standard part of the equipment needed to attend school each day".


Mount Pleasant pupils provide Christmas gift boxes to disadvantaged families

Mount Pleasant pupils provide Christmas gift boxes to disadvantaged families

Mount Pleasant pupils provide Christmas gift boxes to disadvantaged families

14 November 2021

Youngsters at a Thurso primary school have helped to provide more than 100 Christmas gift boxes for people in need in eastern Europe.


Royal Horticultural Society five-star award for Crossroads Primary School

Royal Horticultural Society five-star award for Crossroads Primary School

Royal Horticultural Society five-star award for Crossroads Primary School

14 November 2021

The planting and growing efforts of pupils at a Caithness school have been recognised with a top accolade from the UK's leading gardening charity.


Thrumster schoolchildren make a 'promise to the planet' after learning about COP26

Thrumster schoolchildren make a 'promise to the planet' after learning about COP26

Thrumster schoolchildren make a 'promise to the planet' after learning about COP26

13 November 2021

Youngsters at Thrumster Primary School and ELC have pledged to do their bit to look after the environment after learning about the COP26 conference.


Castletown Primary School pupils in Armistice Day tribute

Castletown Primary School pupils in Armistice Day tribute

Castletown Primary School pupils in Armistice Day tribute

12 November 2021

Castletown's P4-5-6 class, accompanied by teacher Susan Watson and pupil support assistant Hazel Gunn, attended Olrig war memorial on Armistice Day.


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