Film gives new insight on the Dounreay story

28th April 2011 from Press & Journal, Aberdeen

A new film project is giving a fresh insight into the Dounreay nuclear plant and its interaction with the local community. Dundee-based artist and lecturer Gair Dunlop has been given unprecedented access to the Caithness plant as well as obtaining rarely-seen early footage from nuclear industry archives. His project, Atom…

Modern office will fit with historic Market Square

25th April 2011 from John O'Groat Journal

DRAWINGS have been unveiled revealing the modern building that is set to replace the out-of-date Highland Council offices in Wick’s town centre. The local authority is planning to demolish the buildings in Market Place and replace them with a modern, fresh, working environment to increase service delivery and keep the…

Eastern Airways celebrates 10 years on Wick-Aberdeen route

16th April 2011 from Eastern Airways press release

The route was launched in 2001 with two daily weekday flights operated by an Aberdeen based aircraft.  Flight increased to three each weekday from Aberdeen to Wick three years later.  Eastern Airways firmly demonstrated its commitment with expansion to Caithness and the North Highlands in February 2005 when it re-based…

Caithness firm aims to go global

10th April 2011 from Press & Journal, Aberdeen

A Caithness engineering firm plans to double its workforce in the coming months by expanding overseas.  NES Engineering, which specialises in the energy industry, will become Numax Energy Services as it tries to win more international work. The firm, based at Bower near Wick, employs 30 people.  Operations director Stuart…

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