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Young and old get together for fun events in Wick

Young and old get together for fun events in Wick

Young and old get together for fun events in Wick

Children in Wick have been meeting the town’s elderly residents thanks to an intergenerational initiative.


Unions consulted as UHI North, West and Hebrides takes forward post-merger plans

Unions consulted as UHI North, West and Hebrides takes forward post-merger plans

Unions consulted as UHI North, West and Hebrides takes forward post-merger plans

UHI North, West and Hebrides is taking forward its post-merger plans to become a fully integrated organisation.


Supporting apprenticeships in the north Highlands

Supporting apprenticeships in the north Highlands

Supporting apprenticeships in the north Highlands

A new initiative has just announced how it will help enhance apprenticeship opportunities in the north Highlands.


PICTURES: Family fun at Caithness International Science Festival 2024

PICTURES: Family fun at Caithness International Science Festival 2024

PICTURES: Family fun at Caithness International Science Festival 2024

The 22nd annual Caithness International Science Festival brought entertainment and education for the whole family to the far north.


PICTURES: Caithness pupils get out and about to learn about staying healthy

PICTURES: Caithness pupils get out and about to learn about staying healthy

PICTURES: Caithness pupils get out and about to learn about staying healthy

The children in Pennyland’s Primary 1 class decided they wanted to learn more about how to keep healthy so suggested doing a “Healthy Me” term topic.


WATCH the films: Over 160 attend Wick summit for creating a sustainable future in Caithness and Sutherland

WATCH the films: Over 160 attend Wick summit for creating a sustainable future in Caithness and Sutherland

WATCH the films: Over 160 attend Wick summit for creating a sustainable future in Caithness and Sutherland

This week's Focus North conference in Wick set the scene for the future of the far north and included bespoke films available to watch.


Tree-planting project by Wick pupils will 'give wildlife a helping hand'

Tree-planting project by Wick pupils will 'give wildlife a helping hand'

Tree-planting project by Wick pupils will 'give wildlife a helping hand'

Hundreds of trees, chosen for their benefits to wildlife, have been planted alongside Wick River in a project involving groups of schoolchildren.


Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

The council refuses to say what 'approve leave' is or why the top official does not appear to have been at work since at least February 21.


Caithness school teams show robot skills in Lego-building challenge

Caithness school teams show robot skills in Lego-building challenge

Caithness school teams show robot skills in Lego-building challenge

Teams from Caithness schools created hand-built robots in a Lego competition – and one group of pupils will be going forward to the national final.


Minister challenged over 'failing' Thurso school buildings

Minister challenged over 'failing' Thurso school buildings

Minister challenged over 'failing' Thurso school buildings

Matthew Reiss has warned Scottish Government minister Emma Roddick that facilities at Thurso High School are "failing faster than expected".


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