North MSP Gail Ross was among those at Holyrood voicing concerns about Hial's plans to centralise air traffic control.
A well-used bench in Thurso that was destroyed by vandals has been replaced by the Caithness Community Payback Team.
Rail passengers in Caithness and Sutherland can look forward to "a more reliable railway" in the next five years, it has been claimed.
Plans to have street pastors patrolling the town centres in Caithness took a step forward this week following a meeting in Wick.
A plan to create another wind farm in the Reay area is "completely unnecessary", according to local campaigner Brenda Herrick.
An appeal has gone out for information about an old Caithness sporting trophy which was found in the vaults of a luxury Edinburgh jewellery business.
Eighty years ago this week, Wick witnessed a scene described as "probably the saddest in the history of the town" after the loss of HMS Exmouth.
A long-established far north car club will live on, thanks to a recent John O'Groat Journal article.
Amateur thespians at Bettyhill are in rehearsal for a production of Sleeping Beauty to be staged next month.
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Thurso runner Angela runs all day and all night to land Tyndrum 24 crown
Scorries boss admits he could have made more use of his bench in Forres defeat
Halkirk United boss says his team felt they could have won derby clash
Thurso boss lament gale-force winds following derby draw at Halkirk
Caithness find themselves on the wrong end of a 45-10 defeat
Caithness Cycling Club's Alasdair Washington was in Stirling last weekend for the annual awards of the Scottish Veteran Time Trial Association.
Wick Academy's under-15s returned to action in the Highland Youth Development League with a 3-1 win against Do Soccer from Tain.
Caithness Badminton Association was well represented at the Scottish International Masters in Glasgow last weekend.
ArtyNess: Always wished you could play an instrument? Why not forget the health fads and give music a go, suggests Liza Mulholland
Nicky Marr asks if you would swap places with the Queen, despite the riches, as the couple renounce their royal titles
Running part of the South Loch Ness Trail, John Davidson ponders the origins of the Fair Haired Lad's Pass – a climb between Inverfarigaig and Dores
Try these seven eco-friendly urban hacks from an expert in self-sufficiency
Rebecca Hay enjoys the sheep and the sleep on a luxurious visit to the Lake District's Langdale Valley
Aberdeen University's Confucius Institute brings its annual event to Inverurie Town Hall
The annual event returns to Castle Fraser and Fyvie Castle.
The hit musical returns to Inverness for its 10th year on Friday night.
Scottish Ballet bring a captivating five star show to Aberdeen to mark their 50th anniversary.
Album's musical tributes to 'Prince' Archie, BBC Take The Floor presenter Gary Innes – and surviving a New Year crash
Burns night adds Bette Midler 's music
Chloe Hewitt will join AJ at the P&J Live in March.