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Scrabster firm, M Mackay Engineering Services Ltd, wins fishing award

Scrabster firm, M Mackay Engineering Services Ltd, wins fishing award

Scrabster firm, M Mackay Engineering Services Ltd, wins fishing award

Businessman Murdo Mackay gets prestigious award at event in Aberdeen


Thurso taxi operator Paul Reid left with £160 fine over unpaid toll at the Tyne Tunnels

Thurso taxi operator Paul Reid left with £160 fine over unpaid toll at the Tyne Tunnels

Thurso taxi operator Paul Reid left with £160 fine over unpaid toll at the Tyne Tunnels

A Thurso-based taxi driver is worried about the possibility of court action after failing to pay a £1.90 toll at the Tyne Tunnels.


Jobs boost at Vulcan as Rolls-Royce continues to run plant after MoD contract extension

Jobs boost at Vulcan as Rolls-Royce continues to run plant after MoD contract extension

Jobs boost at Vulcan as Rolls-Royce continues to run plant after MoD contract extension

The decision to delay the start to the clean-up of Vulcan until 2026 has created a mini jobs boom at the Ministry of Defence site, near Reay.


PICTURES: It's a free range life for the pigs of Mid Clyth

PICTURES: It's a free range life for the pigs of Mid Clyth

PICTURES: It's a free range life for the pigs of Mid Clyth

Animal welfare issues are a major priority at a Caithness pig farm, the newspaper was told during a visit to an artisan food producer in Mid Clyth.


Have you filled in the census? Expect a doorstep visit if not

Have you filled in the census? Expect a doorstep visit if not

Have you filled in the census? Expect a doorstep visit if not

Census staff have carried out more than 1M doorstep visits to support households complete their census. Fill in the census by May 31 or risk a fine.


Armadale residents come together to resist wind farm scheme

Armadale residents come together to resist wind farm scheme

Armadale residents come together to resist wind farm scheme

Battle lines have been drawn up over newly tabled plans to develop a 12-turbine wind farm on the north Sutherland coast.


Unique chance to join voice coaching workshop

Unique chance to join voice coaching workshop

Unique chance to join voice coaching workshop

People from Caithness and Sutherland as well as the isles are being invited to take part in a voice workshop exploring dialect, speech and movement.


Important info for Caithness residents on energy price cap announcement

Important info for Caithness residents on energy price cap announcement

Important info for Caithness residents on energy price cap announcement

The price cap on energy bills could be updated every three months to help Caithness households under new proposals from Ofgem.


Support for fishing and coastal communities

Support for fishing and coastal communities

Support for fishing and coastal communities

Local fishing businesses could benefit from a new round of funding reflecting Scotland's blue economy strategy.


WATCH: Bulky items removed from Dounreay for disposal – alternative treatment option for the site’s metallic waste

WATCH: Bulky items removed from Dounreay for disposal – alternative treatment option for the site’s metallic waste

WATCH: Bulky items removed from Dounreay for disposal – alternative treatment option for the site’s metallic waste

Two large redundant items that were removed from Dounreay’s facilities have now left the site for disposal or diversion, opening up new waste routes.


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