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Norscot to showcase its expertise at Homebuilding and Renovating Show

Norscot to showcase its expertise at Homebuilding and Renovating Show

Norscot to showcase its expertise at Homebuilding and Renovating Show

24 April 2024

Bower-based Norscot is set to showcase its expertise at a prestigious show in Glasgow.


Travelling gallery set to visit three Highland venues next week

Travelling gallery set to visit three Highland venues next week

Travelling gallery set to visit three Highland venues next week

24 April 2024

A mobile art exhibit is set to return to the Highlands with its latest exhibition “A Bonnie Way: Unravelling the seduction of the countryside”.


WATCH: Lyth theatre production challenges stereotypes of ageing

WATCH: Lyth theatre production challenges stereotypes of ageing

WATCH: Lyth theatre production challenges stereotypes of ageing

24 April 2024

Lyth Arts Centre (LAC) says it is excited to host a special theatre show featuring performers aged over 50.


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.


Julia in fundraising walk for air ambulance after grandson’s medical emergency

Julia in fundraising walk for air ambulance after grandson’s medical emergency

Julia in fundraising walk for air ambulance after grandson’s medical emergency

23 April 2024

Wick woman Julia Dunnett has raised more than £1400 for an air ambulance charity after a medical emergency involving her two-year-old grandson.


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.


Caithness cadets volunteer recognised for 25 years of service

Caithness cadets volunteer recognised for 25 years of service

Caithness cadets volunteer recognised for 25 years of service

23 April 2024

An Army Cadet volunteer has been recognised for his quarter of a century of service to the young people of Caithness and the Highlands.


John O’Groats Trail: Loth Burn bridge plans backed by mystery donor

John O’Groats Trail: Loth Burn bridge plans backed by mystery donor

John O’Groats Trail: Loth Burn bridge plans backed by mystery donor

22 April 2024

A mystery donor is helping to build bridges in the north of Scotland after pledging thousands of pounds to a Caithness trail group.


Caithness householders urged to make a bee hotel or insect house to help vital pollinators

Caithness householders urged to make a bee hotel or insect house to help vital pollinators

Caithness householders urged to make a bee hotel or insect house to help vital pollinators

21 April 2024

People are being encouraged to take an hour this month now the weather is turning warmer, to build a ‘bee hotel’ for Scotland’s solitary bees.


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.


PICTURE SPECIAL: Photography skills of Thurso Camera Club praised by town provost at new show

PICTURE SPECIAL: Photography skills of Thurso Camera Club praised by town provost at new show

PICTURE SPECIAL: Photography skills of Thurso Camera Club praised by town provost at new show

17 April 2024

The opening night of a new exhibition highlighting local photographic talents proved to be a popular event at Thurso Art Gallery.


OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Loch Tuim Ghlais is not as remote as it once was – but still a place lost in time

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Loch Tuim Ghlais is not as remote as it once was – but still a place lost in time

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Loch Tuim Ghlais is not as remote as it once was – but still a place lost in time

16 April 2024

Exploring the remote lochs and lochans of Caithness is not the same challenge that it once was, but there are few who have visited them all


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.


Staxigoe clean-up volunteers collect 24 bags of rubbish

Staxigoe clean-up volunteers collect 24 bags of rubbish

Staxigoe clean-up volunteers collect 24 bags of rubbish

16 April 2024

The Staxigoe community rallied round for a clean-up of the village and shoreline at the weekend, collecting two dozen bags of rubbish.


Music for MS: Thurso day of live entertainment as part of awareness campaign

Music for MS: Thurso day of live entertainment as part of awareness campaign

Music for MS: Thurso day of live entertainment as part of awareness campaign

15 April 2024

Local musicians are joining forces to support a multiple sclerosis charity by putting on a day of live entertainment in Thurso this weekend.


‘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.


ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Heading upriver on Wick walk full of wildlife

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Heading upriver on Wick walk full of wildlife

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Heading upriver on Wick walk full of wildlife

13 April 2024

John Davidson enjoys a morning stroll up the riverside path from Wick, where he finds peaceful paths and a wildlife spotting platform


‘Golf is a great sport!’ Reay sessions allow beginners to learn the basics

‘Golf is a great sport!’ Reay sessions allow beginners to learn the basics

‘Golf is a great sport!’ Reay sessions allow beginners to learn the basics

11 April 2024

For the fifth year in a row, newcomers to golf are being given the opportunity to attend “come and try” sessions at Reay Golf Club.


Wind farm funding award for Caithness seal rehab group

Wind farm funding award for Caithness seal rehab group

Wind farm funding award for Caithness seal rehab group

09 April 2024

A Caithness seal rehabilitation centre has been able to carry out a range of improvements after receiving £15,000 in wind farm funding.


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