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Police Scotland officers have been carrying out 'proactive enforcement activity' in Wick related to drug misuse.
Motorists are being advised by Highland Council that there will be a temporary road closure next week in Wick.
Thurso-based writer Gail Brown says she is 'on cloud nine' after hitting the top of the Amazon charts with her debut novel.
A public information campaign has been launched to advise shoppers about Black Friday scams this week, including counterfeit and unsafe products.
A Wick optician says he has a solution to the common problem of steamed up glasses caused by face masks.
Volunteers in Thurso will be helping to spread a little festive cheer by delivering Christmas meals to those in need of a little extra help this year.
Trunk road teams say they are ready to deal with adverse weather conditions as they launched their official winter service.
Key figures reacted to this week's news that the number of people who died by suicide in Scotland in 2019 rose for a second successive year.
The £5.2 million spent on delivery surcharges by Caithness shoppers is “unfair” says local MSP, Gail Ross.
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Wick Academy will have a maximum of 300 spectators when the Highland League season kicks off next weekend – and tickets must be bought in advance.
Manager Ewan McElroy says Halkirk United will have to be at their best if they want to take anything from Saturday's home match against Orkney.
Wick Academy manager Gary Manson is convinced his new signing Sean Campbell is ready to make the step up to Highland League level.
Thurso manager Stevie Reid admitted that last weekend's draw with St Duthus felt like a defeat after two lapses of concentration in the second half.
Ex-Wick Academy stalwart Michael “Joe” Steven is convinced that manager Gary Manson will bring back stability to the club.
Latest North Golf Winter Alliance result.
Craig Gunn helped himself to four goals as Wick Academy continued their preparations for the new season with a 6-2 victory over Golspie Sutherland.
RB Leipster lost their 100 per cent record in this season's Caithness 7s League to an excellent Groats side.
This week we try Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Dirt 5 and Chicken Police.
Experience the remoter parts of the national park as Mike Dennison of Sustrans Scotland explores the Cairngorms Carousel by mountain bike
A fresh take on a classic.
Chef Gizzi Erskine talks Ella Walker through her new cookbook, Restore, and her hopes for a food revolution.
Jamie Harris tries Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, Watch Dogs: Legion, Transformers: Battlegrounds and South of the Circle.
AN entrepreneur is bringing a festive line-up of films to the Highlands this week with a socially distanced drive-inn set to run from this evening.
Folk rock band Torridon performed to a small audience at the Ironworks in Inverness at the weekend.
Delving into her grandfather's Great War scrapbook saw Vee Walker embark on a journey that has taken her much further than she could have imagined.
The fun to be had during Book Week Scotland.
Everything from nature and travel writing to fiction, history and poetry feature in the longlist for a prestigious Highland literary prize.
FESTIVE party fun will be beaming straight into Highland living rooms this Christmas – and raising funds for a good cause.
Two Black Isle musicians will take part in a live concert in front of a socially-distanced audience this weekend.
Horizons. A 2021 Space Odyssey will take audiences on a dazzling cinematic journey