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MeyGen could be 'a flagship project' for tidal energy industry, says company behind development

MeyGen could be 'a flagship project' for tidal energy industry, says company behind development

MeyGen could be 'a flagship project' for tidal energy industry, says company behind development

The MeyGen tidal energy scheme in the Pentland Firth could be "a flagship project for the industry and the technology globally."


New titles from Dunbeath publisher

New titles from Dunbeath publisher

New titles from Dunbeath publisher

A Dunbeath-based publishing company has just produced two new wildlife books which are now for sale.


Thurso activist wants to ban the banners

Thurso activist wants to ban the banners

Thurso activist wants to ban the banners

A Thurso man removed an advertising banner from the town centre because he felt it was disrespectful to the nearby war memorial.


Strike threatens far north rail services

Strike threatens far north rail services

Strike threatens far north rail services

ScotRail announced it was "disappointed" at results of the strike action vote just announced that threatens to disrupt railway services in Caithness


WATCH: Wick sisters Crow about their double whammy book launch

WATCH: Wick sisters Crow about their double whammy book launch

WATCH: Wick sisters Crow about their double whammy book launch

This Saturday (April 10), a Wick-based publisher will launch two books by sisters Virginia and Clemency Crow.


Managers of Wick airport expand Gaelic awareness training

Managers of Wick airport expand Gaelic awareness training

Managers of Wick airport expand Gaelic awareness training

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited – which manages Wick John O'Groats Airport – is rolling out a programme of Gaelic awareness training for staff


Loch Ness-side campsite up for sale for over £2 million

Loch Ness-side campsite up for sale for over £2 million

Loch Ness-side campsite up for sale for over £2 million

A MAJOR Loch Ness campsite has been put up for sale for the first time – with prices starting at £2 million.


Opening doors for Wick's historic legacy

Opening doors for Wick's historic legacy

Opening doors for Wick's historic legacy

A delivery of specially crafted doors and windows made by local students was gratefully accepted by the chairman of Wick Society for its museum.


More materials will now be accepted at Caithness recycling centres

More materials will now be accepted at Caithness recycling centres

More materials will now be accepted at Caithness recycling centres

From today the range of materials accepted at recycling centres includes textiles, glass bottles and jars, engine oil, plasterboard, soil and rubble.


Appeal for volunteer wildlife drivers in Caithness

Appeal for volunteer wildlife drivers in Caithness

Appeal for volunteer wildlife drivers in Caithness

Scotland’s animal welfare charity is keen to find volunteers in Caithness to help transport injured wildlife.


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