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Lybster-based group serve up a welcome breath of fresh air

Lybster-based group serve up a welcome breath of fresh air

Lybster-based group serve up a welcome breath of fresh air

Caithness Community Connections have been serving up around 80 hot meals a day for many local residents struggling with another lockdown.


46 new positive tests for Covid-19

46 new positive tests for Covid-19

46 new positive tests for Covid-19

NHS Highland has recorded a further 46 positive tests for Covid-19 in the past 24 hours.


A9 reopens after crash near Dornoch Bridge

A9 reopens after crash near Dornoch Bridge

A9 reopens after crash near Dornoch Bridge

The A9 has reopened but "traffic remains slow" following an earlier one vehicle crash near Clashmore in Sutherland.


North MSP Gail Ross seeking clarity on seafood sector compensation scheme

North MSP Gail Ross seeking clarity on seafood sector compensation scheme

North MSP Gail Ross seeking clarity on seafood sector compensation scheme

Caithness, Sutherland and Ross MSP Gail Ross is seeking clarity on the UK government's compensation package for the seafood sector.


Energy firm considering next steps after Camster II Wind Farm planning refusal

Energy firm considering next steps after Camster II Wind Farm planning refusal

Energy firm considering next steps after Camster II Wind Farm planning refusal

A renewable energy firm says it is taking time to consider its next steps after being refused planning permission for a new wind farm at Camster.


Crashes and ice fears sparks police warning for Caithness motorists to 'take extra care'

Crashes and ice fears sparks police warning for Caithness motorists to 'take extra care'

Crashes and ice fears sparks police warning for Caithness motorists to 'take extra care'

MOTORISTS have been urged to take extra care on the region’s roads following “a number” of Highland crashes and hazardous conditions in Caithness.


Dounreay offshore wind turbines would 'dwarf' those in Beatrice project, says Caithness councillor

Dounreay offshore wind turbines would 'dwarf' those in Beatrice project, says Caithness councillor

Dounreay offshore wind turbines would 'dwarf' those in Beatrice project, says Caithness councillor

A councillor is seeking details about a proposed wind farm off the north coast which would "dwarf" the Beatrice project in terms of turbine height.


Sloans demolition project in Wick needs additional funding to fix gable end

Sloans demolition project in Wick needs additional funding to fix gable end

Sloans demolition project in Wick needs additional funding to fix gable end

Extra funding of £12k was approved today to fix 'inappropriate and unsatisfactory' stonework after demolition of the former Sloans building in Wick.


Barrock girl strikes gold with riding award

Barrock girl strikes gold with riding award

Barrock girl strikes gold with riding award

Twenty-year-old Megan Baker from Barrock said she was delighted to have achieved a gold Young Equestrian Leaders Award (YELA).


Caithness Horizons on track to reopen 'after lockdown'

Caithness Horizons on track to reopen 'after lockdown'

Caithness Horizons on track to reopen 'after lockdown'

Caithness Horizons will reopen under a new name once coronavirus restrictions allow, Highland Council's Caithness committee heard on Thursday.


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