Gail Ross has announced that she is to step down as an MSP next year due to the demands of travelling to Edinburgh and being away from home.
The long-running saga of vandalism at Highland Council's public toilets in Wick has culminated in the temporary closure of the facility.
Public transport services in Caithness should be subsidised, according to local bus campaigner Brenda Herrick.
A local befriending service has received a boost thanks to the National Lottery.
Caithness West Community Council is to get back up and running again following an appeal for members.
SIMEC Atlantis Energy, the company behind the MeyGen renewable energy project, has raised almost £4 million in a successful bond issue.
Civic leader Willie Mackay is urging members of the public to take part in Saturday's Your Cash Your Caithness event in Thurso.
Conservation work carried out by Caithness Broch Project is to be highlighted next week on a BBC Radio Scotland programme.
Staff in Caithness could be affected by a Tesco plan to cut 1800 jobs at its bakeries in stores throughout the UK.
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Round 12 of Caithness Small Bore Rifle Association’s winter league had six shooters with maximums – four in Division One and two in Division Two.
Lots of fun was had at Caithness Riding Club's latest jumping competition held at the indoor school in Halkirk.
Queen's Hotel have been crowned as champions of the ladies' division in Wick and District Darts League following their 7-1 victory over the Camps.
Caithness badminton teams made a very choppy crossing to Orkney on February 15 for the return legs of the 2019/20 inter-county challenge.
Youing swimmers from Thurso took home medals and an impressive 60 personal best times when they attended the recent Elgin ASC Spring Meet.
Wick Academy are still waiting for their first taste of Highland League action since January 25 after yet another postponement at the weekend.
Gary Manson has assured Wick Academy fans that he and Stewart Ross will hit the ground running after being appointed as joint managers.
Academy's new co-manager Stewart Ross has assured fans that the Scorries will come first if the Highland League extends into the county season.
IF you are one of those people who missed putting in your spring bulbs last September, now is the time to think about giving summer bulbs a go.
WOULD you propose to your partner on Leap Year Day? More than a quarter of women from Inverness say they would, according to a new survey.
A stay at tranquil hideaway The Residence is an indulgent way to unwind, rest and recuperate, says Sophie Goodall
Chef Alain Ducasse knows the cuisine of Provence better than most.
It’s ratatouille with a fine-dining twist.
Storytelling expands to production with selkie!
The award winning musical is set to rock Scotland for the very first time in 2021.
ArtyNess: The summer job with a different note, as Liza Mulholland looks at some of the upcoming opportunities for young players and singers
Music troubleshooter returns to DJ in Inverness
This week's picks include a monster mash, the King of tributes, and a red hot Highland host.
Solo players just loved playing together
Haddo have organised three exciting events over the coming week.
From Monday, February 24 to Friday, March 1 a host of eateries in the city will be offering special deals.