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Communities Called to ACTION for Green Transport Project

ACTION (Alternative Community Transport in Our Neighbourhood) Highland Highway is a proposal to install a network of rapid electric charging points in the Highlands, powered by local energy generation and incorporating energy storage.

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New competition for entrepreneurial youths launched

The North Highland Regeneration Fund (NHRF) and North Highland College (NHC) are delighted to announce the launch of the iStart Challenge, a competition designed to encourage entrepreneurial spirit amongst young people in the area.

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Ledingham Chalmers celebrate success with lawyer graduation

Ledingham Chalmers’ Employment Lawyer Sine Mackay has, after 3 years hard study, graduated from the Robert Gordon University with an MSc in Human Resource Management. This latest qualification means that Sine is now LLB (Hons), Dip LP, MSc, NP, Assoc CIPD. Here is a picture of Sine at her recent…

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Centre For Nordic Studies, UHI Awarded Funding To Work With Caithness Horizons Museum To Develop The

Northern Scotland despite its Viking heritage does not have a modern Viking Festival. However, Caithness Horizons Museum in Thurso is currently trying to secure the funding required to establish one, similar to, but unique from those that exist in other areas.

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Caithness Chamber signs up to Scottish Business Pledge

Caithness Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce that it has signed up to the Scottish Business Pledge, demonstrating its commitment to upholding the best in modern business practices and the principles of fairness, equality, opportunity and innovation.

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Caithness Horizons Museum welcomes half a million visitors

Tuesday 11th August saw local group No Limits Caithness visit the Museum for a morning packed with Viking activities with Curator Joanne Howdle, or Thordis Eiríksdóttir as she is fondly known to local groups and schools.

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SCC welcomes fall in Scottish unemployment

Commenting on the news that unemployment in Scotland fell by 13,000 in the three months to June, Liz Cameron, Director and Chief Executive of Scottish Chambers of Commerce, said:

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Caithness Chamber raises £1100 for Cash for Kids

Caithness Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce that it has raised over £1100 for MFR Cash for Kids’ Bed Appeal.

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Caithness Chamber raises £1100 for Cash for Kids

Caithness Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce that it has raised over £1100 for MFR Cash for Kids’ Bed Appeal.

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From Caithness to the World

A ceremonial turf cutting ceremony marked the official start of building work on the new archive that will store nuclear records from across the UK.

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