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Wick sea memorial campaign reaches £45,000 after latest donation

Wick sea memorial campaign reaches £45,000 after latest donation

A fundraising campaign for a memorial in Wick to victims of the sea is on course to pass the halfway mark.


Wick boss seeks chat over Mackay's future

Wick boss seeks chat over Mackay's future

Wick Academy boss Tom McKenna says he'll need to have a sit-down with Sam Mackay to discuss the midfielder's future.


Halkirk hoping to cause a cup upset

Halkirk hoping to cause a cup upset

The weather may have hampered preparations but Halkirk United manager Ewan McElroy is looking to spring a surprise in the North Caledonian Cup.


Call-off row smoothed over, says Vikings boss Reid

Call-off row smoothed over, says Vikings boss Reid

Thurso manager Stevie Reid has said the row over last weekend's match with Inverness Athletic being called off has been settled.


Greens boss taking each game as it comes

Greens boss taking each game as it comes

Head coach Boyd not using dreaded 'relegation' word to keep pressure off the players


Thurso club snap happy with 60th anniversary show

Thurso club snap happy with 60th anniversary show

Thurso Camera Club is celebrating 60 years of creative photography with an exhibition in the gallery at the town's library.


Wick and Thurso teams preparing for community drama festival

Wick and Thurso teams preparing for community drama festival

Popular drama adjudicator Brian Marjoribanks will be returning to Caithness later this month for the SCDA District Festival of One-Act Plays.


Health secretary's visit seen as snub by Caithness campaign group

Health secretary's visit seen as snub by Caithness campaign group

Local health campaigners have been left feeling snubbed over a visit to Caithness General Hospital by Scotland's health secretary.


Watten duo are pairs championship winners

Watten duo are pairs championship winners

Twenty-three teams took part in Caithness Indoor Bowling Association's pairs championship, with victory going to Liam Swanson and Linda Mackay.


Gaelic medium open day success at Mount Pleasant

Gaelic medium open day success at Mount Pleasant

An open day at a Thurso primary school was well attended by youngsters and their parents keen to learn more about Gaelic medium education.


Wrestling extravaganza rumbles back into Thurso

Wrestling extravaganza rumbles back into Thurso

Combat League to host inaugural event at Royal British Legion club


Ex-Rangers star Derek Johnstone to take part in Thurso coaching sessions and Q&A

Ex-Rangers star Derek Johnstone to take part in Thurso coaching sessions and Q&A

Ex-Rangers star Derek Johnstone is heading to Thurso this spring to take part in children's football coaching as well as a question-and-answer event.


Lybster lizards with a tail to tell

Lybster lizards with a tail to tell

Lybster man leaves no stone unturned and comes across some unexpected visitors


Mystery skeleton sparks Nessie speculation

Mystery skeleton sparks Nessie speculation

A GIGANTIC skeleton washed up on an Aberdeenshire beach has prompted speculation over what it could be – including the suggestion it might be Nessie.


Storm Ciara blows through the county

Storm Ciara blows through the county

Caithness avoided the worst impacts of Storm Ciara as it blew across the UK earlier this week.


Highland warning over council tax texting scam

Highland warning over council tax texting scam

Householders across the Highlands are being urged to watch out for a new council tax rebate scam.


Bower pupils soar to the top in eagle competition

Bower pupils soar to the top in eagle competition

Children at Bower Primary School soared to top place in a sculpture competition celebrating the golden eagle.


Stone highlights importance of migrant workers

Stone highlights importance of migrant workers

North MP Jamie Stone has highlighted the importance of migrant workers to Scotland’s tourism industry and the delivery of public services.


A new take on Sleeping Beauty tale at Bettyhill panto

A new take on Sleeping Beauty tale at Bettyhill panto

An extension to the panto season saw villagers in Bettyhill enjoy an entertaining reworking of the Sleeping Beauty legend.


Seaview and Harper's 'B' survive tight tussles in Wick darts league

Seaview and Harper's 'B' survive tight tussles in Wick darts league

Kara Sutherland came out on top as the ladies' players in Wick and District Darts League had an open singles in the Seaforth Highlanders' Club.


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