A great Easter Sunday event at Thrumster House filled with eggciting education from High Life Highland.
Thurso glass artist, Ian Pearson, currently has his first solo show featuring 45 sculptures in Lybster.
A warning has been issued about the dangers of high tides after a multi-agency operation to rescue a woman who had become trapped on rocks.
A fire chief has paid tribute to crews that have tackled a series of moorland blazes, describing them as "an absolute credit to their communities".
A newly formed community group, Caithness Community Connections, has got off to an action-packed with a range of activities for people of all ages.
A man released from Wick hospital found himself back in for treatment moments after leaving the building.
A recent spate of vandalism around the riverside area of Wick has enraged local people.
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Work on Thurso’s new Premier Inn at the former mart in Ormlie Road is expected to start in the early summer, according to the site owner.
A group of irate passengers let off steam at Wick railway station when the train driver failed to show up.
Reigning champions Wick Groats got their County League season off to a flying start with an impressive 7-2 demolition of Lybster.
Manager Tom McKenna says Wick Academy will have a bright future if the current crop of talented youngsters can fulfil their potential.
An under-strength Wick Academy lost 1-0 at Huntly, a result that means the Scorries still have work to do if they are to claim a top seven place.
Caithness United under-13s rounded off their Moray Firth Youth League campaign with a comfortable 3-0 victory at an unseasonably warm Rothes.
Newly promoted green and whites lose opening fixture to Thurso side
Thurso pecs-flexer Jason has his eye on taking the PCA Scottish title in Glasgow
The £50,000 refurbishment of the clubhouse at Thurso golf course should suit members to a tee.
Caithness Girl's U15 will meet Lismore in the National Cup final in May after a 64-5 semi-final victory against Grampian
The Highlands’ biggest festival launches its first Belladrum on the Road tour in May.
The choral will perform Haydn’s Mass in D minor – the Nelson Mass, and John Rutter’s Magnificat on Saturday
The fact that a sold out Highland stand-up comedy showcase exists at all is something worth savouring.
Releasing his debut album this month has been a long road for Dougie Mackenzie.
In her latest ArtyNess column, Liza Mulholland still has the drive to take her musical life up a gear
After two years of building a reputation for themselves, the Teuchter’s Comedy Club are gearing up for their biggest showcase yet.
Irish country star John McNicholl has a hectic performing life, but still likes to use his culinary skills when he is home
The Tailor of Inverness is 11 years old this year, and currently in the middle of its sixth tour of Scotland.