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Gaelic medium open day success at Mount Pleasant

Gaelic medium open day success at Mount Pleasant

Gaelic medium open day success at Mount Pleasant

An open day at a Thurso primary school was well attended by youngsters and their parents keen to learn more about Gaelic medium education.


Award celebration for Wick High two

Award celebration for Wick High two

Award celebration for Wick High two

Wick High School announced that two of its pupils have received recognition for their voluntary work.


Will Brexit end future visits to Caithness from artists like Anna?

Will Brexit end future visits to Caithness from artists like Anna?

Will Brexit end future visits to Caithness from artists like Anna?

Wick museum delighted with cultural exchange student Anna but will Brexit end future visits?


Paper planes fly into Nucleus

Paper planes fly into Nucleus

Paper planes fly into Nucleus

Dunnet artist Joanne Kaar will have two simultaneous exhibitions in Caithness and Newfoundland as a tribute to aviation pioneers from 100 years ago.


Help get Wick’s Heart beating

Help get Wick’s Heart beating

Help get Wick’s Heart beating

A new development trust created to drive the regeneration of Wick town centre is seeking members and help in creating a new logo.


Disabled access at Thurso High 'shocking', says parent council chairman

Disabled access at Thurso High 'shocking', says parent council chairman

Disabled access at Thurso High 'shocking', says parent council chairman

Disabled access at Thurso High School is "shocking" and has been a problem for a number of years, according to the chairman of the parent council.


Take holidays in school holidays, urges education boss

Take holidays in school holidays, urges education boss

Take holidays in school holidays, urges education boss

Parents are urged to take their children on holiday during official school holidays rather than in term time.


Wick pupils gain cyber security awards

Wick pupils gain cyber security awards

Wick pupils gain cyber security awards

Wick High School is pushing boost the skills of its pupils in the area of cyber security.


Caithness mum fights for allergy legislation

Caithness mum fights for allergy legislation

Caithness mum fights for allergy legislation

A Latheronwheel mum is petitioning the Scottish Parliament to make an allergy care policy statutory for every school and nursery.


Dunbeath publishers follow the Gaelic trail with new book

Dunbeath publishers follow the Gaelic trail with new book

Dunbeath publishers follow the Gaelic trail with new book

Whittles Publishing based in Dunbeath has a fascinating book out that explains the meaning of many Gaelic place names we find in the countryside.


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