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Coronavirus concerns affecting local travel agency business

Coronavirus concerns affecting local travel agency business

Caithness holidaymakers enjoying a bit of winter sun in Tenerife, via the local travel agency, are not among those undergoing quarantine in a hotel.


Parliament needs to be more family-friendly, says former MSP Rob Gibson

Parliament needs to be more family-friendly, says former MSP Rob Gibson

Former MSP Rob Gibson has expressed his support for Gail Ross and called for the Scottish Parliament to become a more family-friendly environment.


Health has been a key theme for Gail Ross in her four years as MSP

Health has been a key theme for Gail Ross in her four years as MSP

Health issues have been close to the heart of Gail Ross, who has announced she is to step down as an MSP next year.


Piling work completed on Moray East offshore wind farm

Piling work completed on Moray East offshore wind farm

Moray East has announced the completion of piling work on its 950MW offshore wind farm.


Son's praise for standard of care at Caithness General Hospital

Son's praise for standard of care at Caithness General Hospital

An Essex man has praised staff at Caithness General Hospital for the level of care they gave to his 77-year-old father who lives in Halkirk.


Star striker Macgregor is on the mend

Star striker Macgregor is on the mend

Wick Academy have been given a boost with the news that striker Marc Macgregor is on the road to recovery.


Vikings shake off derby blues and put Anglers to the sword

Vikings shake off derby blues and put Anglers to the sword

Sean Stewart and Conor Trueman strike to give Thurso victory against Halkirk United


Anglers boss McElroy praises Thurso keeper's heroics

Anglers boss McElroy praises Thurso keeper's heroics

Halkirk United denied by Vikings goalie Asa Sinclair in derby defeat


Family good Will: avoiding disputes on death

Family good Will: avoiding disputes on death

WHEN a family member dies, it is a stressful and upsetting time.


Call for public transport services in Caithness to be subsidised

Call for public transport services in Caithness to be subsidised

Public transport services in Caithness should be subsidised, according to local bus campaigner Brenda Herrick.


Caithness West Community Council to be revived

Caithness West Community Council to be revived

Caithness West Community Council is to get back up and running again following an appeal for members.


Befriending Caithness gets £78,527 to continue its work

Befriending Caithness gets £78,527 to continue its work

A local befriending service has received a boost thanks to the National Lottery.


Vandals win the day as Wick toilets are shut

Vandals win the day as Wick toilets are shut

The long-running saga of vandalism at Highland Council's public toilets in Wick has culminated in the temporary closure of the facility.


Family comes first as Gail Ross announces she is to quit as MSP

Family comes first as Gail Ross announces she is to quit as MSP

Gail Ross has announced that she is to step down as an MSP next year due to the demands of travelling to Edinburgh and being away from home.


Almost £4 million raised for company behind MeyGen project

Almost £4 million raised for company behind MeyGen project

SIMEC Atlantis Energy, the company behind the MeyGen renewable energy project, has raised almost £4 million in a successful bond issue.


Caithness councillor says drop in crime levels is 'encouraging'

Caithness councillor says drop in crime levels is 'encouraging'

A reduction in crime levels in the Highlands and Islands last year has been described as "encouraging" by Caithness councillor Matthew Reiss.


Civic leader urges public to attend Your Cash Your Caithness

Civic leader urges public to attend Your Cash Your Caithness

Civic leader Willie Mackay is urging members of the public to take part in Saturday's Your Cash Your Caithness event in Thurso.


Tesco bakery plan could impact on Caithness

Tesco bakery plan could impact on Caithness

Staff in Caithness could be affected by a Tesco plan to cut 1800 jobs at its bakeries in stores throughout the UK.


Call by north MSP for 'radical action' after 40 per cent increase in type 2 diabetes

Call by north MSP for 'radical action' after 40 per cent increase in type 2 diabetes

A Highland MSP has called for "radical action" after the number of people with type 2 diabetes increased by 40 per cent in Scotland in a decade.


Council tax set to increase by almost five per cent

Council tax set to increase by almost five per cent

HIGHLAND Council is set to increase council tax by 4.84 per cent.


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