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News

Caithness chef scoops top prize

Sous chef Robert Smith was served the prestigious title Young Highland Chef at this year’s contest, which took place in Burghfield House, Dornoch.

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Timetable is revealed for tidal energy project

The world’s largest tidal energy project will begin taking shape in the Pentland Firth, off the Caithness coast, in January.

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Stability returning to the Scottish Economy

Scottish Chambers of Commerce’s Quarterly Business Survey engages with 5 of Scotland’s key sectors: Construction, Financial & Business Services, Manufacturing, Retail & Wholesale and Tourism.

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Winter Wonderland at Mackays Hotel

Looking for some Festive magic? Let Mackays Hotel, Wick, take you to their winter wonderland.

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Offshore Decommissioning Conference 2014 - Delivering the Future Together

Described as “the best gathering in the UK of active Decommissioning people”, the annual Offshore Decommissioning Conference, which is jointly organised by Decom North Sea and Oil & Gas UK, took place 7-9 October.

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Caithness firm aid trials for Dounreay clean-up

Caithness firm JGC Engineering and Technical services have been providing fabrication and operator support to the Dounreay Site Restoration Limited (DSRL) team, as they seek to develop solutions to remove radioactive waste from Dounreay’s shaft and silo.

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Mackays Hotel host wedding fair in Wick

Mackays Hotel in Wick are hosting a wedding fair this Sunday, 12th October 2014. The fair will showcase a variety of Caithness businesses, with admission from 11am to 3pm, and an opportunity to experience a tasting menu at 12 noon

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Helicopter service takes off in Wick.

Wick John o‘Groats Airport is seeing a high rise in passenger numbers following the boom of new oil and gas services contracts within Caithness.

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Scrabster Harbour’s role in new MeyGen project good news for Caithness

Local engineering and technical services firm JGC’s multimillion-pound contract with MeyGen is hailed as ‘good news’ for Scrabster Harbour, as Caithness plans its future without Dounreay.

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