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Volunteers wanted to help weed Thurso rose bed this weekend – meet on Sunday at 2pm on Olrig Street

Volunteers wanted to help weed Thurso rose bed this weekend – meet on Sunday at 2pm on Olrig Street

Volunteers wanted to help weed Thurso rose bed this weekend – meet on Sunday at 2pm on Olrig Street

A Thurso man seeks volunteers to help him weed an expansive rose bed he has been tending to at Olrig Street this Sunday (August 14).


Waste workers from Highland Council set to strike

Waste workers from Highland Council set to strike

Waste workers from Highland Council set to strike

Waste workers strike escalates as Unite announces second wave of council strike action the union today confirmed.


JAMIE STONE: A right royal showdown – but future king has real Caithness connection

JAMIE STONE: A right royal showdown – but future king has real Caithness connection

JAMIE STONE: A right royal showdown – but future king has real Caithness connection

Jamie's Journal by Jamie Stone


'Very rare' discovery at Smoo Cave

'Very rare' discovery at Smoo Cave

'Very rare' discovery at Smoo Cave

A rare ostracod – a tiny crustacean around 1mm in size – has been discovered at Smoo Cave.


UPDATE: 66-year-old man charged in connection with theft of Wick dog

UPDATE: 66-year-old man charged in connection with theft of Wick dog

UPDATE: 66-year-old man charged in connection with theft of Wick dog

Police Scotland have just issued an update on the apparent case of dognapping in which a Wick dog was recovered from a car near Kinross.


Wick dog recovered in Perth area after routine police check

Wick dog recovered in Perth area after routine police check

Wick dog recovered in Perth area after routine police check

An apparent case of dognapping came to light this week after a routine police vehicle stop in the Perth area.


Plans for Pentland Offshore Floating Wind Farm at Dounreay ready to go

Plans for Pentland Offshore Floating Wind Farm at Dounreay ready to go

Plans for Pentland Offshore Floating Wind Farm at Dounreay ready to go

A major project near Dounreay is expected to take a big step forward in the coming weeks with a full application set to be submitted imminently.


EANN SINCLAIR: New opportunities must be made to benefit the area post-Dounreay

EANN SINCLAIR: New opportunities must be made to benefit the area post-Dounreay

EANN SINCLAIR: New opportunities must be made to benefit the area post-Dounreay

Eann Sinclair looks to the future after changes to decommissioning contracts at the former nuclear power site – and finds similar challenges remain


Football manager taken to hospital as match is abandoned in Thurso

Football manager taken to hospital as match is abandoned in Thurso

Football manager taken to hospital as match is abandoned in Thurso

Player manager suffers serious knee injury.


Request-stop kiosk to go live on Far North Line at Scotscalder station

Request-stop kiosk to go live on Far North Line at Scotscalder station

Request-stop kiosk to go live on Far North Line at Scotscalder station

A new digital request-stop kiosk is set to go on trial on the Far North Line next week as part of a plan to do away with hand signals.


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