CAITHNESS civic leader Willie Mackay yesterday described the additional 42 jobs at the Nucleus archive site in Wick as “fantastic news” for the area. Councillor Mackay says he is proud the facility is to be “more extensively used in research on the British civil nuclear industry and the archive for Caithness”. Trudy Morris, chief executive of the Caithness Chamber of Commerce, is also delighted by the recruitment of the extra staff – 41 full-time and one part-time post. “At a time of national economic uncertainty, this significant investment in job creation is to be welcomed,” she said. The new jobs are being created at the £21 million Nucleus base near Wick John O’Groats Airport which was opened by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) two years ago.
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