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MAREE TODD: Caithness voices heard on healthcare and electricity grid

MAREE TODD: Caithness voices heard on healthcare and electricity grid

MAREE TODD: Caithness voices heard on healthcare and electricity grid

21 February 2024

Holyrood Notebook by Maree Todd


Find out which north charities will benefit from Highland Cross cash in 2024

Find out which north charities will benefit from Highland Cross cash in 2024

Find out which north charities will benefit from Highland Cross cash in 2024

19 February 2024

Four Highland charities are set to receive new vehicles to help their community efforts thanks to a unique event that is marking its 40th anniversary.


The Book of Wild Flowers – The perfect countryside and armchair companion to the wild flowers of the British Isles

The Book of Wild Flowers – The perfect countryside and armchair companion to the wild flowers of the British Isles

The Book of Wild Flowers – The perfect countryside and armchair companion to the wild flowers of the British Isles

17 February 2024

Artist Angie Lewin and author Christopher Stocks have collaborated on The Book of Wild Flowers, a celebration of British wild flowers


NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

14 February 2024

Comparing the opportunities that a tiny 28-pupil school can provide with what can be offered in a city school, isn’t comparing like with like.


ARIANE BURGESS: 'The future of our local food system depends' skilled growers

ARIANE BURGESS: 'The future of our local food system depends' skilled growers

ARIANE BURGESS: 'The future of our local food system depends' skilled growers

13 February 2024

The Greens MSP says 'I am actively advocating for the establishment of a dedicated degree-level course in horticulture and business skills.'


WATCH: Was it snowing in Wick on Saturday? Just foam and boulders pounding Wick harbour

WATCH: Was it snowing in Wick on Saturday? Just foam and boulders pounding Wick harbour

WATCH: Was it snowing in Wick on Saturday? Just foam and boulders pounding Wick harbour

12 February 2024

Parts of Wick harbour appeared like a winter wonderland on Saturday but it was more of a 'foamscape' than a snowscape as these videos show.


Ex-detective's book will take 'in-depth' look at Duke of Kent air crash in Caithness

Ex-detective's book will take 'in-depth' look at Duke of Kent air crash in Caithness

Ex-detective's book will take 'in-depth' look at Duke of Kent air crash in Caithness

11 February 2024

Michael Morgan will be visiting Dunbeath on March 13 and is keen to meet anyone who has 'anything of interest' relating to the crash at Eagle's Rock.


The Real Mackay: When dad set out to conquer the cold and dark

The Real Mackay: When dad set out to conquer the cold and dark

The Real Mackay: When dad set out to conquer the cold and dark

10 February 2024

Dad liked the winter. But for all the wrong reasons. Loving winter and being a newsagent wasn’t exactly compatible.


Cold spell will be short-lived, says Wick weather watcher

Cold spell will be short-lived, says Wick weather watcher

Cold spell will be short-lived, says Wick weather watcher

08 February 2024

With the current wintry conditions and Wick having its coldest night of the year, a local weather pundit says that temperatures will soon rise.


Holyrood Notebook: Transparency key to building trust in our politicians

Holyrood Notebook: Transparency key to building trust in our politicians

Holyrood Notebook: Transparency key to building trust in our politicians

07 February 2024

This month has been a stormy one on the weather front but also in the world of politics.


Farming union NFU Scotland challenges the creation of new National Parks

Farming union NFU Scotland challenges the creation of new National Parks

Farming union NFU Scotland challenges the creation of new National Parks

04 February 2024

After a well attended meeting held in Skye, farming union NFU Scotland is to host national a webinar to inform members about the nomination process.


Caithness may be the Land of the Cats but do big cats roam the county?

Caithness may be the Land of the Cats but do big cats roam the county?

Caithness may be the Land of the Cats but do big cats roam the county?

04 February 2024

The name of Caithness derives from the Pictish Kingdom of Cat but the county may be home to larger cats who keep in the shadows.


OPINION: Showing respect means paying attention to more than ourselves

OPINION: Showing respect means paying attention to more than ourselves

OPINION: Showing respect means paying attention to more than ourselves

03 February 2024

Northern Drift by Monique Sliedrecht


A date with The Boss in Copenhagen to find out why Denmark is one of world's happiest countries

A date with The Boss in Copenhagen to find out why Denmark is one of world's happiest countries

A date with The Boss in Copenhagen to find out why Denmark is one of world's happiest countries

02 February 2024

The opportunity to discover why Denmark ranks as such a happy country while catching Bruce Springsteen in its capital city was too much to resist.


Highland Heroes 2024: Primary teacher shortlist revealed – VOTE NOW!

Highland Heroes 2024: Primary teacher shortlist revealed – VOTE NOW!

Highland Heroes 2024: Primary teacher shortlist revealed – VOTE NOW!

02 February 2024

Is your nominee for primary teacher on the shortlist? Vote for your Heroes now!


'From day one there has been anger at the catastrophic neglect of Caithness'

'From day one there has been anger at the catastrophic neglect of Caithness'

'From day one there has been anger at the catastrophic neglect of Caithness'

02 February 2024

In its first three years Caithness Roads Recovery has become 'one of the most powerful campaign groups in Scotland', says co-founder Iain Gregory.


NICKY MARR: Local news has never been more important

NICKY MARR: Local news has never been more important

NICKY MARR: Local news has never been more important

31 January 2024

What is really important, is to keep abreast of the issues that I can do something about.


OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Storm Isha? Nothing more than an old-fashioned Caithness gale!

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Storm Isha? Nothing more than an old-fashioned Caithness gale!

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Storm Isha? Nothing more than an old-fashioned Caithness gale!

30 January 2024

Walk at Dunnet Head offers an insight into a past world of crofting and church-going on northerly peninsula


INTERIM ELECTIONS 2024: Do you have a new community council in your area?

INTERIM ELECTIONS 2024: Do you have a new community council in your area?

INTERIM ELECTIONS 2024: Do you have a new community council in your area?

30 January 2024

Thirteen Highland Community Councils have been formed following a call for candidates.


More body worn security cameras for rail staff due to anti-social behaviour

More body worn security cameras for rail staff due to anti-social behaviour

More body worn security cameras for rail staff due to anti-social behaviour

30 January 2024

ScotRail plans to more than triple its number of body worn cameras in a bid to tackle anti-social behaviour on its rail network.


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