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The DDF Alliance secures a place on the £400m Dounreay decommissioning services framework

The Dounreay Decommissioning Framework (DDF) Alliance is pleased to announce that it has successfully secured a place on the Decommissioning Services Framework for Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd (DSRL).

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Caithness firm wins ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ Antarctic contract

A CAITHNESS electrical firm has won a multimillion-pound contract to upgrade a research station in the Antarctic.

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NEW DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE ANNOUNCED FOR SCOTTISH CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

The Scottish Chambers of Commerce has promoted Charandeep Singh to the new role of Deputy Chief Executive as the business group focuses on growing the reach of the Scottish Chamber Network nationally and internationally.

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John O’Groats Mill Trust Receives £348,064

OVER £500,000 FOR FOUR COMMUNITY OWNERSHIP PROJECTS

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Spaceport ‘fantastic boost’ for far north

THE plan to build the UK's first vertical launch spaceport in the far north is "a fantastic confidence boost" for the area and could be a catalyst for other developments, local trade unionists have been told.

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NDA delivers £5 million boost to Scrabster harbour

A BID to upgrade Scrabster harbour has received a massive boost with a £5 million award from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA).

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£50m Wick harbour development could create 700 jobs

The plan, being mooted by the Wick Harbour Authority, would result in the construction of a heavy lift and decommissioning quay, a breakwater and a deepened basin in the Shaltigoe area of the port.

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Thurso Community Development Trust secure Climate Challenge Funding

Thurso Community Development Trust (TCDT) have secured a share of funding made available through the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund (CCF).

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