More than 200 students who achieved qualifications from North Highland College UHI in 2018/19 were recognised at a special award ceremony in Thurso.
Multimillion-pound drama The Crown is currently filming scenes for the royal drama at the villages of Keiss and Lybster
A youth club and a broch-building project are among seven community initiatives to benefit in the Caithness and North Sutherland Fund’s latest grants.
Road maintenance work is set to begin on the A9 near Latheronwheel next week and is expected to take up to four days to complete.
Emergency services attended a medical incident today (Thursday, September 19) on the A9 near Spittal.
Underwater explorer and cameraman Doug Allan has teamed up with Old Pulteney whisky to tell tales of those whose lives have been shaped by the sea.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Rt Rev Colin Sinclair, is preparing to spend more than a week touring Caithness.
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Wick-based glass engraver Denis Mann will be giving a talk in Lybster on Wednesday evening.
Fruit and veg will add to the mix in the third week of Wick’s trial series of indoor markets in the foyer of Caithness House on Saturday.
North Highland Harriers hosted the second Caithness Half Marathon on Sunday. It was also the 2019 North District Half Marathon Championships.
The curtain came down on Thurso Bowling Club’s competitive play with the Floodlit Pairs and the rearranged Fraser Round-Robin Triples.
The annual Wick Junior Triathlon saw Newton Park and Noss competing with several rural primaries, while high school pupils also took part.
Squad number boost means some Academy stars will miss the bus for Inverurie
Sophie Morgan who volunteered for the local branch of the RDA has received a gold award from a young equestrian scheme.
An ambitious programme to improve the greens at Reay golf course has resulted in a remarkable transformation.
Douglas wins mountain running World Cup Series title for a second time
Assistant manager Richard Hughes has praised Wick Academy’s young guns and tipped them to adapt quickly to life in the Highland League.
From blousy tulips to cool white daffodils and dainty irises, Hannah Stephenson digs through some of the best bulbs available now.
The Beechings cuts of the 1960s led to the dismantling of miles of railway. Mike Merritt looks at a new guide to walks on the old trackbeds
Ella Walker meets the team at Dishoom as the London restaurant celebrates its debut cookbook.
Try this quick prawn curry from Dishoom for a delicious midweek meal.
Ben Catley-Richardson reviews new releases Astral Chain, Wargroove, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey and Remnant: From The Ashes
The Kid Canaveral frontman's new project journeys north this weekend.
Nous avons adoré Amélie à Eden Court.
The Highland folk-rockers release their new album Break the Chains this Friday.
The Inverness theatre has unleashed its line up of events for the next six months.
ArtyNess: Barbara Henderson is scratching the itch with a trip to the Edinburgh International Book festival before returning north for NessBookFest
The Inverness theatre company brought the paranormal-flecked farce back to life.
Mt Doubt have a solo show in Inverness and a full-band Elgin show lined up this month.