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Tidal device boost for Scrabster

Investment in Scrabster harbour is now reaping rewards for local firms and is proving that the facilities are suitable for all aspects of the energy market.

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Chamber hears of harbour’s future plans

Caithness harbours can benefit from the offshore wind business - but they need to work together to market the area.

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Caithness ports in line for offshore windfall

Offshore wind turbines can benefit Caithness ports, according to Willie Watt, chairman of Wick Harbour Authority.

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New jobs at Thurso firm thanks to lucrative deal

A Caithness engineering firm is to create four new jobs after securing work in the renewable and oil and gas industries.

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Flybe announce new services between Wick John O’Groats and Edinburgh

Flybe franchise partner, Loganair, will be adding an extra two services between Wick and Edinburgh from Friday, September 27 this year.

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Local firms reach tourism awards final

Caithness businesses have been picked from a record number of entries to be finalists in the annual regional tourism awards.

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Scrabster secures marine power first

The first maintenance contract secured by Scrabster harbour since its £20 million redevelopment was yesterday described as "a positive and promising move" for the Caithness port.

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NorSea forge ahead with Scrabster plans

Scrabster's bid to become a supply base to service the oil and gas industry have been given a boost by the appointment of a senior manager.

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Whisky firm pouring millions into business to meet demand

Inver House Distillers (IHD) said yesterday it had invested nearly £10 million in its business as international demand for whisky continues to soar.

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International study can strengthen future export potential

A new survey undertaken by Chambers of Commerce across the UK has revealed that those who have spent time living abroad or who work with international partners are far more likely to export than those with little in the way of direct international experience

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Prince Charles in the stick of it during visit to bakery

The Prince of Wales tried his hand at making strawberry tarts during a visit to a family bakery yesterday.

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Harbour chiefs target European cruise market

Harbour chiefs will head to Germany next month hoping to make big waves in achieving their aim of welcoming at least one cruise liner a week to Scrabster to boost tourism in Caithness.

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