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All Caithness schools set to close amid coronavirus crisis

All Caithness schools set to close amid coronavirus crisis

All Caithness schools set to close amid coronavirus crisis

The First Minster, Nicola Sturgeon, made an announcement today (Wednesday) that schools throughout Scotland will close from this Friday.


Caithness Science Festival cancelled

Caithness Science Festival cancelled

Caithness Science Festival cancelled

The annual Caithness International Science Festival has cancelled all further events in its programme this month due to the coronavirus outbreak.


Dragons' Den cheque presentation at Wick school

Dragons' Den cheque presentation at Wick school

Dragons' Den cheque presentation at Wick school

Cheques were presented to Wick High School after a Dragons' Den style event. Some of the money will help run a Mars Rover experiment.


New York artist Scott condemns gallery closure

New York artist Scott condemns gallery closure

New York artist Scott condemns gallery closure

Artist Ian Charles Scott condemns the impending closure of Wick's only art gallery by saying 'a town without art will be a town without a heart'.


Lybster studio raises a glass to London success

Lybster studio raises a glass to London success

Lybster studio raises a glass to London success

A Lybster-based creative glass studio has just completed a successful run at an international art and craft fair in London.


Wick's only art gallery set to close

Wick's only art gallery set to close

Wick's only art gallery set to close

High Life Highland today announced its intention to close the St Fergus Gallery in Wick at the end of March.


Caithness author announced as international book prize finalist

Caithness author announced as international book prize finalist

Caithness author announced as international book prize finalist

A Caithness teacher has much to crow about with the announcement she is a finalist in a prestigious book awards.


Wick pupils set to benefit from voluntary scheme with the local fire service

Wick pupils set to benefit from voluntary scheme with the local fire service

Wick pupils set to benefit from voluntary scheme with the local fire service

Pupils at Wick High School are being given the opportunity to gain experience with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.


Thurso pupils through to the national debating semi-final

Thurso pupils through to the national debating semi-final

Thurso pupils through to the national debating semi-final

Two Thurso High School pupils fought off stiff competition to make it through to the semi-final stage of the annual Law Society debating tournament.


School music problems hit the wrong note at Bettyhill

School music problems hit the wrong note at Bettyhill

School music problems hit the wrong note at Bettyhill

Problems with school buildings are hitting the wrong note among parents of pupils at Farr High because of the disruption caused to music lessons.


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