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Pictish tales and ancient crafts at Lyth fun day

Pictish tales and ancient crafts at Lyth fun day

Pictish tales and ancient crafts at Lyth fun day

31 October 2019

A broch-themed fun day at Lyth Arts Centre inspired many children to learn a variety of Neolithic crafts and hear stories from a Pictish storyteller.


Prepare for Christmas with Lybster glass workshops

Prepare for Christmas with Lybster glass workshops

Prepare for Christmas with Lybster glass workshops

30 October 2019

North Lands Creative glass studio in Lybster has just announced an early festive programme of workshops over November.


MSP Gail Ross seeking feedback on bill to safeguard rural areas

MSP Gail Ross seeking feedback on bill to safeguard rural areas

MSP Gail Ross seeking feedback on bill to safeguard rural areas

29 October 2019

North MSP Gail Ross has launched a consultation on a bill to address the needs of rural areas and is calling for feedback before the end of January.


Councillors comment on parking charges

Councillors comment on parking charges

Councillors comment on parking charges

28 October 2019

Councillors in Wick and Thurso comment on the future imposition of car parking charges in Caithness.


Electric bus hits the rural roads

Electric bus hits the rural roads

Electric bus hits the rural roads

25 October 2019

A new low-emission vehicle is busily making its way along the country roads of the county thanks to Caithness Rural Transport.


Learn ancient skills at Lyth fun day

Learn ancient skills at Lyth fun day

Learn ancient skills at Lyth fun day

24 October 2019

Caithness Broch Project is holding a family-friendly Archaeological Arts and Crafts Fun Day at Lyth Arts Centre on Sunday.


Wick man a step ahead with first novel

Wick man a step ahead with first novel

Wick man a step ahead with first novel

23 October 2019

Wick born Ian MacDonald goes from butcher's boy to novelist with his debut science fiction work.


Wickers make plans with Sustrans

Wickers make plans with Sustrans

Wickers make plans with Sustrans

23 October 2019

A charity group is helping Wickers realise the potential of the town by holding open sessions with the public and with more planned for November.


The benchmark for a new Wick

The benchmark for a new Wick

The benchmark for a new Wick

23 October 2019

The vibrant touches provided by a colourful bench and flowers point towards a bigger transformation in the future.


Graveyard shift at Latheron

Graveyard shift at Latheron

Graveyard shift at Latheron

21 October 2019

Volunteers and contractors have beavered away to spruce up Latheron Cemetery with fresh pathways for mourners to use.


Lybster store has a lot of bottle

Lybster store has a lot of bottle

Lybster store has a lot of bottle

21 October 2019

A grocery store in Lybster claims to be the first in the county to stock glass milk bottles in a bid to become more environmentally aware.


Record turnout for Magi's Causewaymire collection

Record turnout for Magi's Causewaymire collection

Record turnout for Magi's Causewaymire collection

16 October 2019

Over 150 people travelled from far and wide to Magi Sinclair's art exhibition opening night in Thurso and an incredible 16 pieces were sold.


£4m project at Dunnet to maintain bathing water quality

£4m project at Dunnet to maintain bathing water quality

£4m project at Dunnet to maintain bathing water quality

15 October 2019

Work has started on a £4 million Scottish Water project which will help maintain the bathing water quality at Dunnet beach.


Noss Head aims for award glory

Noss Head aims for award glory

Noss Head aims for award glory

11 October 2019

Competition for the Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards is fierce but Noss Head lighthouse aims to bring a coveted prize to Caithness.


Castle coast clean-up by Caithness volunteers

Castle coast clean-up by Caithness volunteers

Castle coast clean-up by Caithness volunteers

11 October 2019

The coastline near the Castle of Mey was given a tidy-up thanks to a group of community-minded volunteers.


Giant Bertie raises charity cash

Giant Bertie raises charity cash

Giant Bertie raises charity cash

08 October 2019

If you're driving up to John O'Groats beware of multicoloured giants seen in the Quoys of Reiss area.


Vintage show ploughs ahead this Saturday

Vintage show ploughs ahead this Saturday

Vintage show ploughs ahead this Saturday

07 October 2019

A charity vintage ploughing match is set for Saturday (September 12) at Dixonfield Farm near Thurso.


Magi draws inspiration from the Caithness wilds

Magi draws inspiration from the Caithness wilds

Magi draws inspiration from the Caithness wilds

07 October 2019

Magi Sinclair is holding her first solo exhibition in Thurso with a preview on Friday evening of art inspired by the wild beauty of the Causewaymire.


Music videos play part in Skerries grounding

Music videos play part in Skerries grounding

Music videos play part in Skerries grounding

07 October 2019

The findings of an investigation report into the reasons why a Dutch cargo vessel ran aground on the Pentland Skerries last year have been concluded.


Incredible 5.3 tons of rubbish picked up by Caithness beach cleaners

Incredible 5.3 tons of rubbish picked up by Caithness beach cleaners

Incredible 5.3 tons of rubbish picked up by Caithness beach cleaners

07 October 2019

The Caithness Beach Cleans group has removed tons of plastic pollution from the coastline.


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