Caithness


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Caithness

(kāth`nĕs, kāthnĕs`), former county, NE Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Caithness became (1975) part of the new Highland region (now a council area).

Caithness

(until 1975) a county of NE Scotland, now part of Highland
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Matheson, of Castletown, Caithness, admitted a charge of careless driving when he appeared at Wick Sheriff Court.
Trust chief executive Richard Carey, said: "It is believed the doctor concerned, who commenced employment at Caithness General Hospital on February 1, may no longer be in this country.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- Caithness Corporation today announced that it is working with Walter Scott and Richard Jaros, newly appointed chairman and president, respectively, of California Energy Company, Inc.
At the games, near her Highland home the Castle of Mey, she was presented with a Caithness glass bowl from the Canisbay British Legion to mark her 100th birthday.
Caithness is a privately owned developer and owner of interests in 15 operating power plants with a combined capacity of over 1,000 megawatts of electricity.
England's Florentyna Parker won the Broekpolder event by two shots from Caithness, left, who fired a 68 for a seven-under total.
Frantic efforts failed to resuscitate him as he was flown to Caithness General Hospital.
She is known to run a tight ship at her Castletown factory in Caithness.
His disappearance prompted one of the largest search operations seen in Caithness.
All four family members were rushed to Caithness General Hospital, in Wick, after the incident, which happened around 8pm on Sunday evening.
Driver PC Gary MacLennan and PC Iain MacLeod - both stationed at Wick - were taken to Caithness General Hospital with less serious injuries.
The crash, involving an Inverness to Wick train with five passengers and three workers on board, happened at the Hoy crossing on the B874 in Halkirk, Caithness, on Saturday.