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Highlanders urged to take things at their own pace as restrictions ease

Highlanders urged to take things at their own pace as restrictions ease

Highlanders urged to take things at their own pace as restrictions ease

Research shows that almost half of Scots have found meeting up with others more overwhelming than expected.


Council launches #BuildingOurFutureHighland

Council launches #BuildingOurFutureHighland

Council launches #BuildingOurFutureHighland

The council launches a campaign to keep the public updated on education, housing, and property projects across the region.


Litterbugs urged to take rubbish home as council joins national campaign

Litterbugs urged to take rubbish home as council joins national campaign

Litterbugs urged to take rubbish home as council joins national campaign

A MAJOR new campaign urging people to respect the landscape by taking their litter home has won the backing of Highland Council.


Wick was just one port of call on cyclist's tour of 168 lifeboat stations

Wick was just one port of call on cyclist's tour of 168 lifeboat stations

Wick was just one port of call on cyclist's tour of 168 lifeboat stations

A cyclist who passed through Wick last month as part of a tour of UK lifeboat stations has reached his final destination.


Caithness consumers offered free energy advice service

Caithness consumers offered free energy advice service

Caithness consumers offered free energy advice service

Scotland’s national advice hub is now providing Caithness residents with free energy advice to help them deal with bills and suppliers.


Caithness – a good 'sight' for tomorrow morning's partial solar eclipse

Caithness – a good 'sight' for tomorrow morning's partial solar eclipse

Caithness – a good 'sight' for tomorrow morning's partial solar eclipse

Caithness will be one of the best parts of mainland Britain to witness tomorrow (June 10) morning's partial eclipse of the sun.


Coastguard to carry out 'unannounced inspections' of fishing vessels

Coastguard to carry out 'unannounced inspections' of fishing vessels

Coastguard to carry out 'unannounced inspections' of fishing vessels

Surveyors from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) are to carry out unannounced inspections of fishing vessels across the UK.


Thurso boating pond clean-up 'a great example of community joining together'

Thurso boating pond clean-up 'a great example of community joining together'

Thurso boating pond clean-up 'a great example of community joining together'

Firefighter Iain Elder and his colleagues decided to clean up Thurso's boating pond and put out a social media post inviting volunteers to join in.


Caithness Tartan Army members set to hit the road for Wembley despite driver difficulties

Caithness Tartan Army members set to hit the road for Wembley despite driver difficulties

Caithness Tartan Army members set to hit the road for Wembley despite driver difficulties

Scotland fans from the far north faced being left on the bench after their driver pulled out of their Euro 2020 road trip.


PICTURES: Explosive find as Wick's North Baths is emptied

PICTURES: Explosive find as Wick's North Baths is emptied

PICTURES: Explosive find as Wick's North Baths is emptied

The remains of an artillery shell recovered when an outdoor pool in Wick was being drained was 'commandeered for military use' at the weekend.


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