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Mamma Mia! Watten to stage free singalong event

Mamma Mia! Watten to stage free singalong event

Mamma Mia! Watten to stage free singalong event

24 April 2024

A village community group is hosting a free singalong event featuring the popular musical Mamma Mia.


More railway woe for ScotRail passengers between Inverness and Caithness

More railway woe for ScotRail passengers between Inverness and Caithness

More railway woe for ScotRail passengers between Inverness and Caithness

24 April 2024

ScotRail staff shortages are again causing disruption for train passengers travelling between Inverness and Caithness.


PICTURES: Paths to success for volunteers as Wick riverside made better for walkers

PICTURES: Paths to success for volunteers as Wick riverside made better for walkers

PICTURES: Paths to success for volunteers as Wick riverside made better for walkers

23 April 2024

Local volunteers have made a great difference to Wick’s riverside after scraping back and relaying paths for walkers in the scenic area.


A9 in Caithness and Sutherland set for series of overnight closures next month

A9 in Caithness and Sutherland set for series of overnight closures next month

A9 in Caithness and Sutherland set for series of overnight closures next month

23 April 2024

The A9 is set to be closed in several locations in Caithness and Sutherland next month as works are carried out to improve the road surface.


Council celebrates World Earth Day with tree planting in Wick and Thurso

Council celebrates World Earth Day with tree planting in Wick and Thurso

Council celebrates World Earth Day with tree planting in Wick and Thurso

22 April 2024

Highland Council has been working to improve biodiversity in Caithness by embarking on ambitious tree-planting projects in Wick and Thurso.


Caithness writer and photographer in line for top journalism awards

Caithness writer and photographer in line for top journalism awards

Caithness writer and photographer in line for top journalism awards

19 April 2024

The John O’Groat Journal and Caithness Courier will be well represented at this year’s Scottish Press Awards with two shortlisted entries.


Highlands & Islands Thistle Awards 2024: Enter the awards by April 28 for your chance to shine bright on tourism’s big night!

Highlands & Islands Thistle Awards 2024: Enter the awards by April 28 for your chance to shine bright on tourism’s big night!

Highlands & Islands Thistle Awards 2024: Enter the awards by April 28 for your chance to shine bright on tourism’s big night!

19 April 2024

Be sure to get your HITA 2024 entry in by April 28!


Controversial new waste bins coming to Caithness soon

Controversial new waste bins coming to Caithness soon

Controversial new waste bins coming to Caithness soon

19 April 2024

The council’s controversial new non-recyclable waste bins are wending their way to Caithness with a roll-out now happening in Ross and Cromarty.


Body found near John O’Groats not that of missing local man

Body found near John O’Groats not that of missing local man

Body found near John O’Groats not that of missing local man

18 April 2024

The body recently discovered at John O’Groats is not the local man reported missing several weeks ago, confirmed Police Scotland today.


Dementia advice sessions planned for Thurso

Dementia advice sessions planned for Thurso

Dementia advice sessions planned for Thurso

18 April 2024

Alzheimer Scotland is pushing forward with special sessions in Thurso for those living with memory loss in Caithness and their carers.


Caithness LGBTQ+ voices sought for documentary series

Caithness LGBTQ+ voices sought for documentary series

Caithness LGBTQ+ voices sought for documentary series

18 April 2024

Participants are being sought in Caithness for a podcast documentary on rural Scotland's LGBTQ+ community.


Ex-soldier Kev set for fundraising Normandy cycle challenge

Ex-soldier Kev set for fundraising Normandy cycle challenge

Ex-soldier Kev set for fundraising Normandy cycle challenge

16 April 2024

An ex-soldier from Wick will be paying tribute to the troops who took part in the Normandy landings during a three-day charity bike ride this summer.


Quoybrae sale sees natural grazing sorts in demand

Quoybrae sale sees natural grazing sorts in demand

Quoybrae sale sees natural grazing sorts in demand

16 April 2024

Quoybrae Aberdeen and Northern Marts on Monday sold 519 store cattle.


Respite care for Caithness parents/carers moves forward with pressure group

Respite care for Caithness parents/carers moves forward with pressure group

Respite care for Caithness parents/carers moves forward with pressure group

16 April 2024

A Thurso mum has taken a step further with her demands for better respite care in Caithness with a new online group that parent-carers can join.


Online hate crimes decrease in second week after new law, say Police Scotland

Online hate crimes decrease in second week after new law, say Police Scotland

Online hate crimes decrease in second week after new law, say Police Scotland

16 April 2024

Police Scotland says that online hate crime reports have dropped significantly in the second week after the introduction of a new law.


Unite and Prospect unions announce Dounreay strike dates

Unite and Prospect unions announce Dounreay strike dates

Unite and Prospect unions announce Dounreay strike dates

15 April 2024

Hundreds of workers at the Dounreay site will go on strike next month, unions have announced.


‘Phenomenal’ support for Wick couple’s round-Britain rowing challenge

‘Phenomenal’ support for Wick couple’s round-Britain rowing challenge

‘Phenomenal’ support for Wick couple’s round-Britain rowing challenge

14 April 2024

The Wick couple hoping to set a round-Britain rowing record this summer say they are amazed by the “phenomenal” response from the public so far.


Help show how the Highlands is stepping into spring

Help show how the Highlands is stepping into spring

Help show how the Highlands is stepping into spring

14 April 2024

Nature lovers across the Highlands are being urged to look out for signs of spring for an interactive citizen science project.


Caithness rapist jailed for 9 years

Caithness rapist jailed for 9 years

Caithness rapist jailed for 9 years

12 April 2024

A sex offender who was freed by appeal judges a week before he stood trial for rape and extortion was jailed for nine years today (Friday).


Highland IT firm gives business owners peace of mind with forward-thinking solutions

Highland IT firm gives business owners peace of mind with forward-thinking solutions

Highland IT firm gives business owners peace of mind with forward-thinking solutions

11 April 2024

Giving business leaders peace of mind is at the heart of a Highland IT firms’ mission.


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