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Thurso residents sick of 'nightmare neighbour'

Thurso residents sick of 'nightmare neighbour'

Thurso residents sick of 'nightmare neighbour'

24 November 2020

Thurso residents sent a clear message to a neighbour that they were sick of the antisocial behaviour he has brought to the area.


WATCH: Thurso pupils among those saying One Million Words of Kindness for St Andrew’s Day 2020

WATCH: Thurso pupils among those saying One Million Words of Kindness for St Andrew’s Day 2020

WATCH: Thurso pupils among those saying One Million Words of Kindness for St Andrew’s Day 2020

23 November 2020

Thurso High School pupils will take part in a special debating event as part of a Scottish Government initiative set up to celebrate St Andrew's Day.


£400k funds available for Caithness

£400k funds available for Caithness

£400k funds available for Caithness

23 November 2020

Over £400,000 will be available in Caithness as part of a funding initiative set up by Highland Council and supported by Scottish Government.


Council aims to be a hit with the grit this winter

Council aims to be a hit with the grit this winter

Council aims to be a hit with the grit this winter

20 November 2020

Highland Council recently invested in 10 new winter gritting vehicles to replace some of its ageing fleet that are ready to be deployed when needed.


NC500 toilet caper slammed

NC500 toilet caper slammed

NC500 toilet caper slammed

19 November 2020

Local outrage erupted after a video emerged showing a man empting a chemical toilet on a NC500 lay-by.


Caithness earmarked for pilot mental health funds

Caithness earmarked for pilot mental health funds

Caithness earmarked for pilot mental health funds

18 November 2020

Funding to invest in and develop additional mental health and wellbeing services for children and young people is on its way to Caithness.


Council to consult on common good property list for Wick

Council to consult on common good property list for Wick

Council to consult on common good property list for Wick

17 November 2020

Highland Council launched a consultation today giving the community until March next year to comment on the common good fund asset register for Wick.


Caithness engineering boss loses appeal over £1.6 million fabrication and storage base

Caithness engineering boss loses appeal over £1.6 million fabrication and storage base

Caithness engineering boss loses appeal over £1.6 million fabrication and storage base

17 November 2020

An engineering boss has questioned whether Highland Council is interested in generating local jobs after his plans for a new base were rejected.


Thurso activist gets active with 1000 daffodils

Thurso activist gets active with 1000 daffodils

Thurso activist gets active with 1000 daffodils

16 November 2020

A community activist is planning on making a difference to his home town of Thurso through the winter and into spring with blooms and grit.


'Help us to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in our communities,' say NHS and council

'Help us to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in our communities,' say NHS and council

'Help us to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in our communities,' say NHS and council

13 November 2020

The Scottish Government confirmed that the Highland area will again be placed into protection level one in the government’s five tier framework.


Caithness secures mental health investment

Caithness secures mental health investment

Caithness secures mental health investment

12 November 2020

Highland Council today agreed to prioritise the Caithness area in allocating funding for mental health support for young people.


Wick councillor speaks on adverse childhood experiences

Wick councillor speaks on adverse childhood experiences

Wick councillor speaks on adverse childhood experiences

11 November 2020

A Wick and east Caithness councillor co-hosted a virtual seminar on the impact of adverse childhood experiences on children and families.


Local councillor speaks about Common Good revelations in Wick

Local councillor speaks about Common Good revelations in Wick

Local councillor speaks about Common Good revelations in Wick

10 November 2020

A councillor for Wick and east Caithness spoke about the 'terrific help' received from council officers regarding the common good assets revealed.


Any coloured glass bottles and jars now accepted at Highland Council recycling points

Any coloured glass bottles and jars now accepted at Highland Council recycling points

Any coloured glass bottles and jars now accepted at Highland Council recycling points

09 November 2020

All glass banks at recycling points across the Highland Council area are now accepting any coloured glass bottles and jars.


New council snow ploughs will help keep Caithness roads clear

New council snow ploughs will help keep Caithness roads clear

New council snow ploughs will help keep Caithness roads clear

08 November 2020

Highland Council has invested in 10 new winter gritting vehicles to replace some of its ageing fleet.


Council report highlights dune restoration work in Caithness

Council report highlights dune restoration work in Caithness

Council report highlights dune restoration work in Caithness

07 November 2020

Dunnet beach is one of several sites in the Highlands mentioned in a report highlighting council action on the conservation of biodiversity.


Councillors reject 'astonishing' bid to impose two-year ban on path users at Caithness wind farm site

Councillors reject 'astonishing' bid to impose two-year ban on path users at Caithness wind farm site

Councillors reject 'astonishing' bid to impose two-year ban on path users at Caithness wind farm site

05 November 2020

A bid to ban walkers from using a footpath during the construction of a wind farm has been rejected after one councillor called it “astonishing”.


Extra town centre funding for Wick and Thurso

Extra town centre funding for Wick and Thurso

Extra town centre funding for Wick and Thurso

05 November 2020

Highland Council announced yesterday that extra funds are being made available across the region that will benefit Wick and Thurso.


Councillors agree £2000 for Castletown Community Council

Councillors agree £2000 for Castletown Community Council

Councillors agree £2000 for Castletown Community Council

04 November 2020

Caithness members of Highland Council have allocated £2000 to Castletown Community Council to help with the purchase of a mower and strimmer.


Caithness group tackles disability issues during Covid

Caithness group tackles disability issues during Covid

Caithness group tackles disability issues during Covid

04 November 2020

A Caithness disability group is currently seeking funding to help target issues disabled people may be experiencing due to Covid restrictions.


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