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Caithness Talking Newspapers in plea for unwanted cassette players

Caithness Talking Newspapers in plea for unwanted cassette players

Caithness Talking Newspapers in plea for unwanted cassette players

An appeal has gone out for unwanted cassette players to help ensure that people with sight loss in Caithness can keep up to date with the local news.


Stone calls for government action to stop epidemic of post office closures in the Highlands and other parts of rural Scotland

Stone calls for government action to stop epidemic of post office closures in the Highlands and other parts of rural Scotland

Stone calls for government action to stop epidemic of post office closures in the Highlands and other parts of rural Scotland

Action plea to try and stop closure of post offices in rural parts of Scotland


Strike action avoided

Strike action avoided

Strike action avoided

Strike action on the bus network in Inverness and the rest of the Highlands has been avoided as agreement reached between Stagecoach and Unite union.


Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

All the results from the Royal National Mod.


Dounreay charity fund donates £1000 in memory of Donald

Dounreay charity fund donates £1000 in memory of Donald

Dounreay charity fund donates £1000 in memory of Donald

Fundraising in memory of Wick man Donald McWilliam has been boosted by a £1000 donation from Dounreay Employees Charity Fund.


Appeal for information after caravan is dumped near historic Ousdale broch

Appeal for information after caravan is dumped near historic Ousdale broch

Appeal for information after caravan is dumped near historic Ousdale broch

A Caithness-based archaeological organisation is incensed by the latest act of fly-tipping to occur near the site of a broch it restored.


Winning the Traditional Gold Medal is no mean feat

Winning the Traditional Gold Medal is no mean feat

Winning the Traditional Gold Medal is no mean feat

Calum MacColl from Fort William and Emma MacLeod of Scalpay are taking home the prize.


Re-opening of former museum in Thurso will benefit the Caithness economy, says Highland Council

Re-opening of former museum in Thurso will benefit the Caithness economy, says Highland Council

Re-opening of former museum in Thurso will benefit the Caithness economy, says Highland Council

The re-opening of the former Caithness Horizons museum next month will bring back into use "a valuable community asset" and give a boost to far north.


Award success for Caithness company and employee Carla

Award success for Caithness company and employee Carla

Award success for Caithness company and employee Carla

A family-owned Caithness company and one of its employees are celebrating success with a prestigious business award.


Advice for Caithness residents after collapse of more energy firms

Advice for Caithness residents after collapse of more energy firms

Advice for Caithness residents after collapse of more energy firms

Many Caithness residents will be affected by the announcement that two more energy firms, Pure Planet and Colorado Energy, have ceased trading.


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