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Electricity shock for Wick resident but Groat helps resolve issue – 'The power of the press is still strong'

Electricity shock for Wick resident but Groat helps resolve issue – 'The power of the press is still strong'

Electricity shock for Wick resident but Groat helps resolve issue – 'The power of the press is still strong'

A Wick householder talked about the 'shocking' issue she faced after receiving huge energy bills and thanked the paper for helping resolve it.


Whisky enthusiasts raise £1150 for Caithness Talking Newspapers

Whisky enthusiasts raise £1150 for Caithness Talking Newspapers

Whisky enthusiasts raise £1150 for Caithness Talking Newspapers

A malt whisky tasting event in Wick has supported a free service that allows people with sight loss in Caithness to keep up to date with local news.


WATCH: Noisy nightmare over for Watten residents as dodgy manhole cover replaced

WATCH: Noisy nightmare over for Watten residents as dodgy manhole cover replaced

WATCH: Noisy nightmare over for Watten residents as dodgy manhole cover replaced

The cause of many sleepless nights in Watten was resolved today when the rattling cover over a sewer pipe on the A882 was replaced.


Highland Council ward management changes will be 'as community focused as possible.'

Highland Council ward management changes will be 'as community focused as possible.'

Highland Council ward management changes will be 'as community focused as possible.'

Re-organisation outlined at Association of Caithness Community Councils meeting


MP keen to hear about care experiences at Thurso event

MP keen to hear about care experiences at Thurso event

MP keen to hear about care experiences at Thurso event

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone wants to hear about local people's care experiences at an event in Thurso this Friday.


New community rehabilitation service opens in Caithness

New community rehabilitation service opens in Caithness

New community rehabilitation service opens in Caithness

A new community facility designed to enable people to rehabilitate locally and avoid a hospital stay has opened within Wick's Pulteney House.


OBITUARY: Karen Morrison – a woman who made the world a better place

OBITUARY: Karen Morrison – a woman who made the world a better place

OBITUARY: Karen Morrison – a woman who made the world a better place

A bright light has faded in Dingwall with the death of Karen Morrison at the early age of 60, after a brave nine-year battle with cancer.


WATCH: Disabled 71-year-old on oxygen wants moved from mould-riddled Thurso house – 'No one should live in these conditions,' says local MP

WATCH: Disabled 71-year-old on oxygen wants moved from mould-riddled Thurso house – 'No one should live in these conditions,' says local MP

WATCH: Disabled 71-year-old on oxygen wants moved from mould-riddled Thurso house – 'No one should live in these conditions,' says local MP

A disabled Thurso man, who breathes with an oxygen cylinder, is pleads with the council to be decanted from his mouldy home before it 'kills' him.


Wick school celebrates 'Love and Kindness' with help for Caithness Food Bank

Wick school celebrates 'Love and Kindness' with help for Caithness Food Bank

Wick school celebrates 'Love and Kindness' with help for Caithness Food Bank

Pupils at Newton Park Primary School have been collecting goods to donate to the local food bank.


Campaign launches to support more victims of crime in Highlands and Islands

Campaign launches to support more victims of crime in Highlands and Islands

Campaign launches to support more victims of crime in Highlands and Islands

A new campaign has launched aiming to raise awareness of victims’ rights and peoples’ right to access support if they are affected by crime.


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