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Caithness youngsters impress in North of Scotland Kart Club season opener

Caithness youngsters impress in North of Scotland Kart Club season opener

Young Caithness driving talent was again on show at the Littleferry circuit in the first event of the season held by North of Scotland Kart Club.


Call for volunteers to give a helping hand in Wick hospital garden

Call for volunteers to give a helping hand in Wick hospital garden

An appeal has gone out for volunteers to help look after a much-valued garden space at the Town and County Hospital in Wick.


Woman arrested and charged for alleged thefts in Wick

Woman arrested and charged for alleged thefts in Wick

A woman in Wick was arrested and charged for an alleged theft of items from houses in the town


Maree Todd praises the ‘compassionate team’ at Caithness Klics for supporting young carers

Maree Todd praises the ‘compassionate team’ at Caithness Klics for supporting young carers

Maree Todd MSP has praised Caithness KLICs charity in Wick for its invaluable support to young carers in the community.


Victory for vice-captain’s team as 72 golfers turn out at Thurso

Victory for vice-captain’s team as 72 golfers turn out at Thurso

There was a super turnout for the season-opening Captain versus Vice-Captain challenge at Thurso Golf Club at the weekend.


Wick man guilty of stalking ex and her new partner

Wick man guilty of stalking ex and her new partner

A Wick man has been convicted of stalking his ex and her new partner.


Seaview darts team add Knockout Cup to league title

Seaview darts team add Knockout Cup to league title

Seaview completed the Wick and District Darts League season with a 100 per cent record, adding the Knockout Cup to their league title.


Staff shortage prompts cancellations on Far North Line

Staff shortage prompts cancellations on Far North Line

Services between Inverness and Wick are being cancelled today due to a shortage of train crew.


17th century Dunnet minister who put Caithness on the map is subject of Castletown talk

17th century Dunnet minister who put Caithness on the map is subject of Castletown talk

Caithness-born author James Miller will speak at the next Caithness Family History Society meeting about historic cartographer Timothy Pont.


Treble for Chloe at north-east under-17 competition

Treble for Chloe at north-east under-17 competition

Caithness teenager Chloe Mackenzie was a treble winner in the under-17 North-East of Scotland “B” grade competition held at Aberdeen Sports Village.


Ideal conditions as Wick Easter 10k attracts record turnout

Ideal conditions as Wick Easter 10k attracts record turnout

A record number of runners turned out for Wick Triathlon Club’s Easter 10k on Sunday, with blue skies and light winds ensuring ideal conditions.


'One step at a time' as Halkirk return to Caithness county league

'One step at a time' as Halkirk return to Caithness county league

The Caithness amateur football scene will have a 15th club this summer as Halkirk return to the fold for the first time since before Covid.


RHODA GRANT: Good news for future of far north transport links

RHODA GRANT: Good news for future of far north transport links

I cheered when I read that the flights between Wick and Aberdeen had a very successful second year, thanks to the Public Service Obligation (PSO).


WATCH: Highland Traitors star set to launch cancer charity race in memory of grandparents

WATCH: Highland Traitors star set to launch cancer charity race in memory of grandparents

A star of TV hit The Traitors who lost both her grandparents to cancer has been chosen to help launch a charity event in Inverness.


Apartments give new lease of life to Wick housing complex that was ‘going to rack and ruin’

Apartments give new lease of life to Wick housing complex that was ‘going to rack and ruin’

A disused sheltered housing complex in Wick has been given a new lease of life as a block of apartments that will be “a great asset to the town”.


Castletown kids clear winners at school quiz competition

Castletown kids clear winners at school quiz competition

An audience of parents, grandparents and friends were treated to a primary school quiz competition in Thurso West Church on Wednesday, March 27.


Caithness and Sutherland tourism gathering hailed as ‘very positive’

Caithness and Sutherland tourism gathering hailed as ‘very positive’

Tourism operators in the north Highlands have described a conference on trends and opportunities in the sector as “very positive” and “so valuable”.


No such thing as ordinary in far north’s seas

No such thing as ordinary in far north’s seas

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Making the most of the extraordinary experiences on the doorstep when you live in such a special part of the world


EDWARD MOUNTAIN: MSPs ‘not welcome’ to inspect the Highland’s dilapidated schools

EDWARD MOUNTAIN: MSPs ‘not welcome’ to inspect the Highland’s dilapidated schools

He says it is ‘crucial’ schools ‘are not granted an exemption when it comes to political scrutiny.’


PICTURES: Lorries cutting corners destroy Watten village pavements

PICTURES: Lorries cutting corners destroy Watten village pavements

Heavy vehicles are destroying pavements in Watten but there are ‘no easy answers’ to the problem, according to a local roads campaigner.


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