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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?


To charge or not to charge? It's up to you...

To charge or not to charge? It's up to you...

To charge or not to charge? It's up to you...

Highland councillors for Wick and East Caithness are seeking to reassure the public over the contentious issue of introducing parking charges.


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.


Public meeting on burial ground issues

Public meeting on burial ground issues

Public meeting on burial ground issues

Members of the public are invited to discuss cemeteries and other amenities in east Caithness at a public meeting in Wick on Wednesday.


Saucy find for environmental defender

Saucy find for environmental defender

Saucy find for environmental defender

Dorcas Sinclair from Caithness Beach Cleans has been nominated for an Amazing Woman award and recently unearthed a cache of old sauce bottles.


Locals engage with Wick town centre redesign event

Locals engage with Wick town centre redesign event

Locals engage with Wick town centre redesign event

A public event held at the Assembly Rooms gave Wickers a vision for the future of the town.


World Heritage Site status for Flow Country will remain a priority

World Heritage Site status for Flow Country will remain a priority

World Heritage Site status for Flow Country will remain a priority

Securing World Heritage Site status for the Flow Country will continue to be a priority for Scottish Natural Heritage in 2020.


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.


Thurso man is a hit with the grit

Thurso man is a hit with the grit

Thurso man is a hit with the grit

A Thurso man selflessly grits the pavements of his home town to keep them clear over the winter and urges others to lend a hand.


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