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John O'Groats fisherman given community payback order for domestic abuse

John O'Groats fisherman given community payback order for domestic abuse

John O'Groats fisherman given community payback order for domestic abuse

A fisherman who abused his partner and threatened to smash her house up was spared a jail sentence.


Teenager who had Wick stop-off becomes youngest woman to fly solo around the globe

Teenager who had Wick stop-off becomes youngest woman to fly solo around the globe

Teenager who had Wick stop-off becomes youngest woman to fly solo around the globe

Teenage aviator Zara Rutherford has become the youngest woman to fly solo around the world after a 155-day adventure that included a stop in Wick.


Jamie Stone to meet with Government to discuss social tariffs for mobile and broadband consumers

Jamie Stone to meet with Government to discuss social tariffs for mobile and broadband consumers

Jamie Stone to meet with Government to discuss social tariffs for mobile and broadband consumers

Far north MP Jamie Stone is trying to ensure that households are 'not paying more than they need to on broadband costs'.


Farmers and crofters set to get aid from Less Favoured Area Support Scheme

Farmers and crofters set to get aid from Less Favoured Area Support Scheme

Farmers and crofters set to get aid from Less Favoured Area Support Scheme

Farmers and crofters in areas deemed "remote and marginalised" will start to receive their share of more than £65 million shortly.


Local authority will 'help tenants' in Caithness with below inflation council house rent increases

Local authority will 'help tenants' in Caithness with below inflation council house rent increases

Local authority will 'help tenants' in Caithness with below inflation council house rent increases

The local authority approved a below inflation rise in council house rents for 2022/23 to help tenants 'during challenging financial times'.


Welcome relief for businesses – but it's not the end of the road

Welcome relief for businesses – but it's not the end of the road

Welcome relief for businesses – but it's not the end of the road

Businesses still have work to do despite relief that restrictions brought in due to the Omicron variant of Covid-19 will be lifted from Monday.


Ironic twist as Thurso disability campaigner struggles to access help for her own needs

Ironic twist as Thurso disability campaigner struggles to access help for her own needs

Ironic twist as Thurso disability campaigner struggles to access help for her own needs

A Thurso woman with MS feels let down by NHS Highland and social services despite helping many disabled people access those same services.


Iconic shipbuilder Harland & Wolff holds its first ever Highland careers fair

Iconic shipbuilder Harland & Wolff holds its first ever Highland careers fair

Iconic shipbuilder Harland & Wolff holds its first ever Highland careers fair

One of the most famous names in shipbuilding, Harland & Wolff, is to host its first Inverness-Nigg Careers’ Evening in Alness


Appeal for help to keep Latheron Show going

Appeal for help to keep Latheron Show going

Appeal for help to keep Latheron Show going

Latheron Agricultural Society is looking for community support to continue its popular show and run a scaled-down version of the event this year.


Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP tells of 'deep concern' over fire alarm rollout

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP tells of 'deep concern' over fire alarm rollout

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP tells of 'deep concern' over fire alarm rollout

Jamie Stone has spoken of his "deep concern" over the requirement for all householders in Scotland to install interlinked fire alarms by next month.


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