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Scorries can't rely on one Gunn to fire in goals

Scorries can't rely on one Gunn to fire in goals

Wick boss McKenna urges rest of squad to join striker Craig on the goal trail


Woman on a mission for fishermen

Woman on a mission for fishermen

The Fisherman's Mission in Scrabster welcomed its new mission port officer and has just launched its first online auction.


Land reform is focus of public meeting in Wick

Land reform is focus of public meeting in Wick

A public meeting is to be held in the Pulteney Centre as part of a series of events highlighting how communities can benefit from land reform.


Rain can't stop race meeting going off with a bang

Rain can't stop race meeting going off with a bang

Banger racing event wows the crowd at at North Killimster Farm


Caithness family to meet top officer over death of son

Caithness family to meet top officer over death of son

A senior Merseyside police officer is to meet with the family of Kevin McLeod, the young Wick man whose body was found in the harbour 22 years ago.


Search is on for new NHS Highland chairperson

Search is on for new NHS Highland chairperson

The search has begun for a new non-executive chairperson of NHS Highland, a role requiring a commitment of at least three days a week for £31,149.


Noss Head aims for award glory

Noss Head aims for award glory

Competition for the Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards is fierce but Noss Head lighthouse aims to bring a coveted prize to Caithness.


Morag the runaway dog safe and sound in new home

Morag the runaway dog safe and sound in new home

It's "home, sweet home" at last for an elderly rescue dog after a four-day adventure which put police and community helpers on the scent.


Dunbeath publishing company's new book explores Cold War Britain

Dunbeath publishing company's new book explores Cold War Britain

The latest book from Whittles Publishing – Britain and the Bomb, by WJ Nuttall – tells of remarkable technological ambition in the Cold War period.


Over 100 dancers turn out for Lorraine Bremner festival

Over 100 dancers turn out for Lorraine Bremner festival

The third annual Lorraine Bremner Festival of Highland Dancing was held in Keiss hall.


Castle coast clean-up by Caithness volunteers

Castle coast clean-up by Caithness volunteers

The coastline near the Castle of Mey was given a tidy-up thanks to a group of community-minded volunteers.


Dunbar minor injuries unit covered by Caithness General Hospital

Dunbar minor injuries unit covered by Caithness General Hospital

The minor injuries unit/urgent care centre at Dunbar Hospital will be covered by the emergency department at CGH at set times this weekend.


Kessock Bridge is awarded listed structure status

Kessock Bridge is awarded listed structure status

The Kessock Bridge, linking the far north to Inverness, has been recognised as being of special architectural interest.


Successful trip to North Cup

Successful trip to North Cup

Despite the weather at the weekend, Caithness Pony Club had a successful trip to the North Cup held at Scotsburn.


Henry ready to return to Wick squad for trip to Rothes

Henry ready to return to Wick squad for trip to Rothes

Midfielder jack Henry looks set to return to the Wick Academy squad for Saturday’s Highland League trip to Rothes.


Thurso manager Reid taking nothing for granted against Bunillidh

Thurso manager Reid taking nothing for granted against Bunillidh

Thurso resume their North Caledonian League challenge on Saturday and will be looking to maintain their 100% start as they face Bunillidh Thistle.


Brochtober kicks off with art show

Brochtober kicks off with art show

A broch-themed art show was launched at Lyth Arts Centre on Saturday. The works are being auctioned off for the Caithness Broch Project.


We're moving in the right direction, says Halkirk manager McElroy

We're moving in the right direction, says Halkirk manager McElroy

Manager Ewan McElroy says Halkirk United are moving in the right direction as they brace themselves for a tough series of away fixtures.


Former Caithness care home sold

Former Caithness care home sold

A former Caithness residential home has been sold, it has been confirmed.


Air quality project to be carried out at Highland school

Air quality project to be carried out at Highland school

A pilot project on air quality improvement is to be carried out at a school somewhere in the Highland region.


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