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Ferrets are among the stars of the show in the latest episode of the The Highland Vet

Ferrets are among the stars of the show in the latest episode of the The Highland Vet

Ferrets are among the stars of the show in the latest episode of the The Highland Vet

31 October 2020

Three ferrets cause a stir in the Thurso vet practice during Monday night's episode of The Highland Vet.


How to turn your garden into a hedgehog haven

How to turn your garden into a hedgehog haven

How to turn your garden into a hedgehog haven

31 October 2020

A Caithness-based model and animal rights activist is calling for the public to get 'hedgehog aware' this autumn to help with dwindling numbers.


New move to boost offshore wind capacity at 'pivotal' stage for sector

New move to boost offshore wind capacity at 'pivotal' stage for sector

New move to boost offshore wind capacity at 'pivotal' stage for sector

31 October 2020

The Scottish Government has set a new ambition to increase offshore wind capacity to 11 gigawatts of energy installed by 2030.


Have your say on how social housing is allocated

Have your say on how social housing is allocated

Have your say on how social housing is allocated

30 October 2020

Caithnessians are being asked to have their say about the way social housing landlords allocate their houses.


Wick eye health business taking part in HIE Pathfinder Accelerator programme

Wick eye health business taking part in HIE Pathfinder Accelerator programme

Wick eye health business taking part in HIE Pathfinder Accelerator programme

30 October 2020

A Caithness eye health business is one of nine across the Highlands and Islands taking part in an initiative to put them on the fast track to success.


Covid-19 cases rise by 21 in NHS Highland region

Covid-19 cases rise by 21 in NHS Highland region

Covid-19 cases rise by 21 in NHS Highland region

30 October 2020

TWENTY-ONE new cases of Covid-19 were identified in the NHS Highland area in the past day.


Halloween fun day for Thurso primary pupils

Halloween fun day for Thurso primary pupils

Halloween fun day for Thurso primary pupils

30 October 2020

PICTURES: Ghosts and ghouls and a host of other scary characters enjoyed a happy Halloween celebration at Thurso's Miller Academy Primary School.


North Highlands will see re-emergence of tourism in 2021, says NC500 organisation

North Highlands will see re-emergence of tourism in 2021, says NC500 organisation

North Highlands will see re-emergence of tourism in 2021, says NC500 organisation

30 October 2020

The NC500 organisation says it is confident that the north Highlands will see a "re-emergence" of its tourism industry next year.


Remember, remember...the impact of fireworks

Remember, remember...the impact of fireworks

Remember, remember...the impact of fireworks

30 October 2020

If you are planning a private fireworks display at home this year, it’s important that you know how to keep you and your family safe.


Highland health staff take part in flu vaccination programme

Highland health staff take part in flu vaccination programme

Highland health staff take part in flu vaccination programme

30 October 2020

NHS Highland's staff flu vaccination programme is well under way, with employees across all areas taking the opportunity to get their jab.


Missing Bower woman found

Missing Bower woman found

Missing Bower woman found

30 October 2020

Police Scotland has issued a short statement about the young Bower woman reported missing yesterday.


Thurso artist hosts a free 3D art show on Sunday

Thurso artist hosts a free 3D art show on Sunday

Thurso artist hosts a free 3D art show on Sunday

30 October 2020

A Thurso-based digital artist plans to bring a technological twist to the local art scene on Sunday in the form of a free interactive online show.


Team effort praised as former chairman stands down from Wick harbour board

Team effort praised as former chairman stands down from Wick harbour board

Team effort praised as former chairman stands down from Wick harbour board

30 October 2020

Willie Watt praised the team effort behind the success of Wick Harbour Authority as he stood down this week after 15 years.


Wick-born Elizabeth celebrating her centenary

Wick-born Elizabeth celebrating her centenary

Wick-born Elizabeth celebrating her centenary

29 October 2020

Wick-born Elizabeth Christina McDonald, now living in Edinburgh, will celebrate her 100th birthday on Friday.


Disabled man wants payout after years of heating problems at Caithness council house

Disabled man wants payout after years of heating problems at Caithness council house

Disabled man wants payout after years of heating problems at Caithness council house

29 October 2020

A disabled man is seeking a payout from Highland Council after eight winters of "substandard heating" at his local authority home in Caithness.


Police search for young Bower woman reported missing

Police search for young Bower woman reported missing

Police search for young Bower woman reported missing

29 October 2020

Police with tracker dogs seen combing ground in Bower this afternoon after 20-year-old reported missing.


Highland Council confirms support for securing future of Wick's airport

Highland Council confirms support for securing future of Wick's airport

Highland Council confirms support for securing future of Wick's airport

29 October 2020

In a key speech today, Wick and east Caithness councillor Nicola Sinclair said 'it is vital' that the doors of the airport remain open.


Caithness under the Christmas tree last call out

Caithness under the Christmas tree last call out

Caithness under the Christmas tree last call out

29 October 2020

Lyth Arts Centre is putting a last call out for local artists to help create a special Christmas book.


Caithness business chief calls for more localised approach as Highland enters level one of Covid restrictions

Caithness business chief calls for more localised approach as Highland enters level one of Covid restrictions

Caithness business chief calls for more localised approach as Highland enters level one of Covid restrictions

29 October 2020

North business leader Trudy Morris has called on the Scottish Government to adopt a more localised approach in its set of coronavirus restrictions.


Caithness CAB campaign offers redundancy advice after shock poll findings

Caithness CAB campaign offers redundancy advice after shock poll findings

Caithness CAB campaign offers redundancy advice after shock poll findings

29 October 2020

Local people facing redundancy are being offered expert help in a new campaign from Caithness Citizens Advice Bureau.


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