North MSP Gail Ross has welcomed the news of the return of the codeshare agreement between Loganair and Flybe, saying it will benefit Wick passengers.
The people of Wick have been praised for playing their part in helping to boost the town centre.
The three chambers of commerce in the Highlands have joined forces to strongly oppose the introduction of a tourist tax in the region.
Extensive repair and maintenance work is being carried out at Caithness Horizons in Thurso as part of plans to reopen the facility.
Construction work on the latest waste store at Dounreay is setting records, with the concrete floor slab completed ahead of schedule.
An appeal has gone out to the county's dog lovers to find a loving home for an elderly and overlooked Jack Russell terrier.
The family of Kevin Mcleod is unhappy about the responses they received into complaints about how his death was investigated.
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Nineteen local staff from Ashley Ann completed a 5k a day challenge during September to raise money for MFR Cash for Kids.
VisitScotland chairman Lord Thurso has praised the owners of a locally based tour guide business after presenting them with a five-star grading.
Pitch concerns at the Dammies forced Thurso to switch "home" fixture
Second half comeback sees Halkirk stun league champions
Caithness forced to borrow front-row forwards from hosts in order not to forfeit fixture
Caithness United U13s scored eight goals without reply against Inverness Balloan at Harmsworth Park in the Moray Firth Youth Development League.
Third spot in league table secured with 4-0 victory
The winter golf season is now in full swing at Reay, with the destination of the first piece of silverware already determined.
Smiddy Inn skipper David Miller produced a breathtaking 155 checkout as his side beat Harper’s “B” in Wick and District Darts League.
Academy head to Nairn this weekend for their fifth away fixture in a row
Nicky Marr is saddened to hear of the death of Maggie's Centres co-founder Charles Jencks, whose wife the charity is named after
A scenic cycle route from Aviemore sees John Davidson and his daughter enjoying the delights of two-wheeled river crossings
As hibernation season approaches, Hannah Stephenson looks at how gardeners can help creatures bed down for the colder months
Crossing a wooden-deck bridge, Philip Murray escapes into a world of luxury on his island of dreams
Almost no graduates land a glittering dream career straight out of university, and Bake Off star Liam Charles can’t quite believe his luck.
Inua Ellams' play about masculinity, race and sanctuary was vital theatre.
The production, about the life of the Gothic author and her most famous creation, will be performed on Saturday.
Home gig will raise funds for Mikeysline
Strathpeffer and Forres will host shows in 2020.
This week's picks include magical movie music, wool runnings, and a multi-instrumentalist who makes his own...
Paper Machine Music play Inverness and Garmouth
Drawing on the legacy of the famous New York feminist group, the production is debuted on Friday.
A classic tale has been given a local twist.