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£800K funding opportunity for Caithness organisations

£800K funding opportunity for Caithness organisations

£800K funding opportunity for Caithness organisations

Caithness organisations are invited to apply for funding towards projects addressing issues affecting Highland rural communities.


Stagecoach gets on board with Highland charity Mikeysline to support mental health in seniors

Stagecoach gets on board with Highland charity Mikeysline to support mental health in seniors

Stagecoach gets on board with Highland charity Mikeysline to support mental health in seniors

Stagecoach is supporting Highland mental health charity Mikeysline with two new advertisements to be displayed across the back of its buses.


Enter the Highland Business Women Awards and make your business shine

Enter the Highland Business Women Awards and make your business shine

Enter the Highland Business Women Awards and make your business shine

It’s almost that time of year again as the Highland Business Women Awards is making a return.


U-turn over Pennyland wind turbine laydown area is ‘common sense’, say campaigners

U-turn over Pennyland wind turbine laydown area is ‘common sense’, say campaigners

U-turn over Pennyland wind turbine laydown area is ‘common sense’, say campaigners

A U-TURN over controversial plans to create a laydown area for wind farm parts in a field on the edge of Thurso has been hailed as “common sense”..


Bower-based Norscot announces partnership with cancer charity

Bower-based Norscot announces partnership with cancer charity

Bower-based Norscot announces partnership with cancer charity

A Bower-based joinery company has just announced a special partnership with a major cancer charity.


Wind farm ‘laydown area’ plan sparks rising opposition

Wind farm ‘laydown area’ plan sparks rising opposition

Wind farm ‘laydown area’ plan sparks rising opposition

Opposition is mounting to a proposal to create a laydown area for wind farm components in a field on the north-west fringe of Thurso.


Highland Council ‘marks a major milestone’ as it endorses Green Freeport final business case

Highland Council ‘marks a major milestone’ as it endorses Green Freeport final business case

Highland Council ‘marks a major milestone’ as it endorses Green Freeport final business case

Freeport chief executive Calum MacPherson says the ‘the public and private sectors coming together for the long-term benefit of the Highlands’.


Dounreay management moves ‘could prolong strike action,’ warns union

Dounreay management moves ‘could prolong strike action,’ warns union

Dounreay management moves ‘could prolong strike action,’ warns union

One of the unions representing workers at Dounreay has warned that management changes could prolong the ongoing industrial action at the site.


Thurso Co-op car park to be fixed by Highland Council

Thurso Co-op car park to be fixed by Highland Council

Thurso Co-op car park to be fixed by Highland Council

Repairs to the pot-holed surface of Thurso's Co-op car park, recently compared to an open-cast mine, could be in the offing.


Strong local demand for breeding cattle at Caithness sale

Strong local demand for breeding cattle at Caithness sale

Strong local demand for breeding cattle at Caithness sale

Quoybrae, Aberdeen and Northern Marts on Monday sold 49 breeding cattle.


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