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Greens remain rooted to bottom of table after defeat to classy Fifers

Greens remain rooted to bottom of table after defeat to classy Fifers

Caithness boss Sutherland rues growing injury list as Greens are thrashed by Howe of Fife


Orkney cup tie breaks up Vikings' flying start

Orkney cup tie breaks up Vikings' flying start

Thurso's 100 per cent league record put on hold as Jock Mackay Cup tie takes priority


Glass trophy honours former Reay greenkeeper

Glass trophy honours former Reay greenkeeper

Reay's senior section felt it fitting to commission a trophy in memory of Ian Mowat, who was for many years part-time and then full-time greenkeeper.


Wick indoor market organisers delighted with response

Wick indoor market organisers delighted with response

The organisers of Wick’s trial series of indoor markets say they are delighted with the response so far from stall holders and the public.


Quarter-century celebration for Hearing and Sight Care

Quarter-century celebration for Hearing and Sight Care

After 25 years of serving the Caithness community a sensory impairment service celebrated in style at the Pentland Hotel in Thurso.


Main is Freswick Trophy winner at Thurso

Main is Freswick Trophy winner at Thurso

Thurso Golf Club’s Freswick Trophy was played in windy but dry and warm conditions, with victory going to Andrew Main.


Wick vandals strike again as toilets are smashed

Wick vandals strike again as toilets are smashed

Councillors say they are appalled by the latest outbreak of vandalism in Wick in which the public toilets at Whitechapel Road were targeted.


Prime Minister is risking people's lives, says north MP

Prime Minister is risking people's lives, says north MP

Report warns medical supplies to the UK could be limited after a no-deal Brexit


Pomp and ceremony in Thurso for historic ordination

Pomp and ceremony in Thurso for historic ordination

Thurso was the setting for a historic moment on Saturday when a woman was ordained as a priest in the Episcopal church.


Drop-in sessions for Bad á Cheò Wind Farm Community Fund

Drop-in sessions for Bad á Cheò Wind Farm Community Fund

Money from a local wind farm community fund is to be made available to help individuals increase their chances of getting a job.


Traill Hall future to be decided at meeting

Traill Hall future to be decided at meeting

A meeting is to take place on Saturday to try and decide the future of the Traill Hall in Castletown.


Parkrun and squash club provide publicly accessible defibrillator in Thurso

Parkrun and squash club provide publicly accessible defibrillator in Thurso

Running group Thurso parkrun, working with Thurso Squash Club, has installed a publicly accessible defibrillator in the foyer at the squash courts.


Caithness ladies’ netball team get the better of Lossie

Caithness ladies’ netball team get the better of Lossie

Caithness ladies’ netball team travelled to Dingwall to play their second game of the season against Lossie Ladies.


Memorable season home and away for DFFA's Toby

Memorable season home and away for DFFA's Toby

Dounreay Fly Fishing Association member Toby Bracey has had a memorable trout fishing season, both at home and away.


'Let there be rock' says Geai

'Let there be rock' says Geai

North Sutherland rocker Geai Thompson may be on a "Stairway to Heaven" but still prefers taking the "Highway to Hell" with new stage appearances.


Caithness United under-13s hit the goal trail against Fort William

Caithness United under-13s hit the goal trail against Fort William

Caithness United under-13s ran amok against Fort William, winning 18-1, while Wick Academy’s U15s had a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Do Soccer.


Eco-friendly garden festival a real treat at Ormlie

Eco-friendly garden festival a real treat at Ormlie

The sun shone brightly on Saturday for a special day of fun and laughter at Thurso's community garden project.


ERI in gannet plastic pollution study

ERI in gannet plastic pollution study

Research carried out by the Environmental Research Institute has highlighted the threat marine plastic poses to the North Atlantic’s largest seabird.


CCTV survey to be carried out on Thurso drains

CCTV survey to be carried out on Thurso drains

Local Highland councillor Matthew Reiss has welcomed plans by Bear Scotland to tackle flooding in Thurso town centre.


College to run online cyber-security courses after business tie-up

College to run online cyber-security courses after business tie-up

Online cyber-security courses are to be run by North Highland College thanks to a new venture with a Thurso-based, award-winning security specialist.


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