Summary: Police in Wick are investigating damage caused to a vehicle parked on Market Street, Wick about 9am on Wednesday 27th January 2016. Police are keen to speak with the driver of Land Rover Discovery who was seen in the area at the time.
Police in Wick are investigating damage caused to a silver vehicle parked in Market Square, Wick. This is believed to have occurred between 10.30pm and 11.30pm on Friday 29th Janurary 2016.
A report has been received by police of persons having disturbed numerous flower planters in High Street, Wick. The contents of the planters appear to have been tipped over and spilt over the street.
Police in Caithness are appealing for information following a break-in and theft at the Dunbeath village shop. The break-in is believed to have happened around 12.20am this morning (Weds 3rd Feb 2016).
Branching Out is an innovative, multi-partner, referral programme of woodland activities for people using health services in Caithness. The aim is to get people out in Dunnet Forest to undertake activities, conservation work and exercise.
Join Peters Pals club - suitable ages 7 - 11. Meets once a month at Caithness Horizons..
Police in Thurso are appealing for information following a window being smashed on Holborn Avenue, Thurso. The damage took place between Saturday 16th January 2016 and Monday 18th January 2016.
A Wick man, whose bowel cancer was caught early after completing his home bowel screening test, is backing a campaign to encourage people to join the ‘bowel movement. Hamish Macleod, who was diagnosed in January 2015, had no signs of bowel cancer so is urging others to take the test, even if they feel well, as it can often spot hidden symptoms.
A nordic cross and galley symbolising ancient ties to the Vikings are part of the winning design of the flag for Caithness. Councillor Gail Ross, Civic Leader of The Highland Council in Caithness unfurled the new at a Flag Order of Ceremony held in Wick Town Hall today (26 January 2016).
Published on 9 Jan 2014. Meet the powerful - and usually very private - people who own much of our country.
Published on 31 Jan 2013 Writer and activist Andy Wightman talks about land rights and ownership in Scotland, and some related issues: money, debt and governance. This talk was part of the Invisible College research network, based on the ruins of Kilmahew and St.
Published on 23 Jun 2015. As part of Shared Assets first policy conference, writer and land rights campaigner Andy Wightman talks us through land reform in a Scottish context.
Published on 15 Oct 2015. The Scottish government has promised to change the laws on how Scotland's hills and glens are owned and used.
See the latest photos of the Wick High School construction site..
Not for profit organisations such as such schools; registered charities; voluntary organisations; churches; and community interest groups; etc. can apply for grants of up to £10,000 through the BBC Children in Need Small Grants programme.
The new Chair of the Caithness Committee, Councillor Gillian Coghill has thanked everyone who took part in the recent participatory budget event held in Wick and says she would like to see other areas of the Highlands use this dynamic way to involve members of the public in decision-making. Last year Caithness councillors set aside £30,000 from their ward discretionary to create a participatory budgeting event.
Next closing date for applications: 1st March 2016. Cashback for Communities is a Scottish Government initiative that uses funds recovered from criminal activity to support positive activities for young people.
Who should apply? We are looking to work with charities with: Limited investment resources: Does your charity generate an annual income of under £30 million? Urgent need for digital transformation: Is your website getting in the way of your fundraising and marketing? Potential for bigger income and impact: Can you better leverage digital to reach more supporters, raise more money? What does it cover? Each £18,000 grant covers strategy, design and development to build an amazing website. The grant covers 100% of the upfront costs.
The Scottish Youth Hostel Association (Hostelling Scotland )has announced that its Give Us A Break programme 2016 is now open for applications. Give us a Break is the funded residential programme of SYHA Hostelling Scotland which aims to tackle social exclusion by offering groups of vulnerable or disadvantaged young people the opportunity to take part in activity holidays at youth hostels across Scotland.
The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund is a registered charity which was established to provide both research and project funding in the area of learning disability and to aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disability. The Trust consider under learning disability the conditions generally referred to as severe learning difficulties, together with autism.