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    23/2/2019
    Walks In March 2019Thumbnail for article : Walks In March 2019
    For anyone wondering what they are like: Basically we walk, stop, look, discuss the scenery and history of the things we are looking at, walk on a bit, stop for lunch, eat some homemade biscuits (these are also free), walk on again, repeat.  These are not aimed at stomping along the cliffs trying to break records and we walk as fast as the slowest (or most scenery fixated) walker.  
    22/2/2019
    NHS Highland Announces New Date For Annual ReviewThumbnail for article : NHS Highland Announces New Date For Annual Review
    NHS Highland's annual review has been rescheduled for Tuesday 09 April 2019.  It will be held in the Centre for Health Science, Inverness with Jeane Freeman, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, in attendance.  
    21/2/2019
    Dunbeath Strath Walk With The RangersThumbnail for article : Dunbeath Strath Walk With The Rangers
    Enjoy a gorgeous spring-time walk up the Dunbeath Strath.   Follow the river through the hazel & birch woods and up onto Cnoc na Maranaich to take in amazing views.  
    21/2/2019
    MSP raises the case of Caithness twins' mother and why air ambulance wasn’t initially called
    Highlands and Islands Labour MSP Rhoda Grant has raised with the First Minister why the air ambulance was not initially called when a Caithness mother went into labour at 30 weeks with twins.   At First Minister's Questions today, Mrs Grant told Nicola Sturgeon the woman had bravely shared her experience of giving birth under the current maternity provisions in Caithness.  
    20/2/2019
    Family Fun Night and Activities At Dunnet BeachThumbnail for article : Family Fun Night and Activities At Dunnet Beach
    So what do you do as a family in the dark evenings? Well here is an unusual activity night organised by the Highland Rangers that families can enjoy together.   Join the rangers for a family event in the dark at Dunnet Bay.  
    20/2/2019
    Caithness International Science Festival 2019Thumbnail for article : Caithness International Science Festival 2019
    Events - The Physics of Mountaineering Mon 4th March, Norseman Hotel Wick, 7pm.Alison McLure from the Institute of Physics talks about the science behind mountain safety and mountain rescue.  Tea and coffee and chat to Dr McLure after.  
    18/2/2019
    £2 million for Highland communities
    Question Is it not ironic that funds are being disbursed via Scottish Government when at the same time local councils are making major cuts in third sector funding and education? --------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------- Communities in the Highlands and Islands have been awarded more than £2 million to find new ways to improve people's lives and services.   The funding will benefit 22 community and third sector groups who will use the investment to deliver innovative and long-lasting projects which tackle inequality, poverty and support inclusion in the local community.  
    11/2/2019
    Caithness Astronomy Group Moon Watch Observing SessionsThumbnail for article : Caithness Astronomy Group Moon Watch Observing Sessions
    Weather permitting there will be the opportunity to drop by and view the Moon through Caithness Astronomy Group telescopes at Thurso Riverside and Wick High School on the evening of Saturday 16th February.   7.00 - 8.00pm.  
    30/1/2019
    Thurso Community Fridge - You Can Help Give This Fund -raiser a wee pushThumbnail for article : Thurso Community Fridge - You Can Help Give This Fund -raiser a wee push
    We're looking to establish a Community Fridge in Thurso - but we need you help to do it! There are currently 32 Community Fridges across the UK and their numbers are growing.  A Community Fridge is open to all and it's key aim is to minimise food waste in a community.  
    11/1/2019
    Caithness Voluntary Groups Awarded £183,296 To Combat PovertyThumbnail for article : Caithness Voluntary Groups Awarded £183,296 To Combat Poverty
    Caithness Voluntary Group, in partnership with Pulteneytown People's Project and Thurso Community Development Trust have been awarded 183,296 to employ the four full-time development workers and a part-time co-ordinator.   The 12-month project will employ, a community development worker for Wick will be employed by PPP and based at the Pulteney Centre, as will a childcare development worker.