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Highland News and Media commits to £70k support package to help keep local businesses trading during coronavirus outbreak

Highland News and Media commits to £70k support package to help keep local businesses trading during coronavirus outbreak

Highland News and Media commits to £70k support package to help keep local businesses trading during coronavirus outbreak

Businesses struggling after the onset of strict measures to curb the coronavirus pandemic are being offered a helping hand by a local media firm.


Spring blooms raise some cheer

Spring blooms raise some cheer

Spring blooms raise some cheer

With many people having to stay at home due to the lockdown restrictions, spring weather has brought some welcome cheer to Caithness.


Highland Council closes recycling centres until further notice

Highland Council closes recycling centres until further notice

Highland Council closes recycling centres until further notice

Highland Council has announced the temporary closure of all its recycling centres during the coronavirus crisis.


Local shops rise to the challenge of Covid-19

Local shops rise to the challenge of Covid-19

Local shops rise to the challenge of Covid-19

Local shops and businesses selling takeaway food have risen to the challenge of the lockdown restrictions put in place across the country this week.


Investment will be needed to ensure businesses can rebuild and grow

Investment will be needed to ensure businesses can rebuild and grow

Investment will be needed to ensure businesses can rebuild and grow

CHAMBER COMMENT by Trudy Morris


Protective gloves cleared from garage forecourt

Protective gloves cleared from garage forecourt

Protective gloves cleared from garage forecourt

Special latex gloves to help stop the spread of Covid-19 were cleared out overnight from a Wick garage.


Councillor hits out at camper club

Councillor hits out at camper club

Councillor hits out at camper club

A Wick councillor issued an open letter saying that Caithness was not a "safe haven" for those trying to flee coronavirus.


Non-essential businesses told to close or face being shut down

Non-essential businesses told to close or face being shut down

Non-essential businesses told to close or face being shut down

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has threatened non-essential businesses with the use of emergency powers if they do not close voluntarily


Cracking idea as fresh eggs are delivered to homes

Cracking idea as fresh eggs are delivered to homes

Cracking idea as fresh eggs are delivered to homes

With the availability of fresh eggs affected by panic-buying, a small business in Caithness is helping to fill the gap by making home deliveries.


Wick work team go flat out at car park

Wick work team go flat out at car park

Wick work team go flat out at car park

Work on Wick's riverside car park has taken a major step towards completion with a new surface being laid down.


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