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A volunteer tending flowers in the town centre believes certain issues need addressed if Thurso wants to retain its colourful blooms.
ONLY two new cases of Covid-19 were diagnosed in the NHS Highland area in the past day.
Bella the Brora cat had her owner make an unscheduled trip north on her trail after she sneaked into the back of a delivery van.
Caithness glass artist Ian Pearson has launched a new website after the coronavirus pandemic led him to rethink his approach to promoting his work.
A grieving husband has been left heartbroken after discovering he cannot be buried with his wife and infant son due to what he claims is a blunder.
The cumulative number of coronavirus cases across the Highlands has risen to 557 according to figures published today.
A Thurso charity has been helping local people during the current coronavirus pandemic to get online by providing digital devices.
PICTURES: Primary one pupils have been settling in at schools across the far north – and here are some of the new starters.
New outdoor maths kits are being sent to all primary schools in the Highlands thanks to the Science Skills Academy.
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Wick Academy will face Strathspey Thistle on the opening day of the Highland League season – 224 days after the Scorries' last competitive outing.
Halkirk United manager Ewan McElroy won't be losing any sleep over the "underdogs" tag as the Anglers prepare for the new North Caledonian season.
A number of Caithness riders travelled down to Forres to take part in this month's Burgie Bonanza, incorporating the North Cup.
Wick Academy manager Gary Manson said he got exactly what he wanted out of Thursday night's friendly victory over Halkirk United.
Caithness horse riders took the chance to compete in showjumping classes at Mundole Equestrian, Forres, during a recent trip south.
Wick chairman Pat Miller says he is delighted with the way Gary Manson has gone about his business since being appointed as the club's manager.
Caithness rugby president George Sinclair admits the club has worries about travelling to away matches if coronavirus cases continue to rise.
A level par in the penultimate round helped James Durrand on his way to the A&A Mackay Builders Ltd Summer League title at Thurso Golf Club.
Variety wins for WRC’s latest title, offering a wider choice of game modes.
ArtyNess: Liza Mulholland heads to Canna and looks back at a key figure in Gaelic song and culture
John Davidson explores an off-road cycle from Inverness, taking in some easy forest trails and fun singletrack, thanks to a bit of copycat inspiration
As working from home has become the norm for so many of us, our garden needs are set to change.
It’s one of the UK’s most popular hiking spots. But the Duncombe Arms is proof you can still find calm corners to relax, says Sarah Marshall
Aberdeen's Deborah Masson bags Bloody Scotland Debut Prize
The True North Music Festival will be staged online from Friday, September 25 to Sunday 27.
Single covers KT hit
Dates planned for October
Date set for return in 2021
Tickets go on general sale on Friday for the show will will take place in February 2022.
ArtyNess: Barbara Henderson discovers a hidden gem among the trees as book publishers vie for shelf space