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Highland Council has today announced it is extending the renewal period for brown bin permits until Friday, August 6.
ScotRail is making one of its most popular ticket options even cheaper and easier to use by standardising the discount across its entire network.
This month the universal provision of free school meals for all children in P1-P3 will be extended to include P4 children in the county.
The family of Highland MP Drew Hendry are mourning the sudden death of his baby grandson.
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Scotland's environmental regulator has warned that Wick and parts of Sutherland are facing a "significant scarcity" of water.
Young people in Caithness and Sutherland can call Skills Development Scotland’s (SDS) results helpline for dedicated support from 8am on August 10.
A disability group has completed its year long project to improved access for the disabled at various village halls in Caithness.
A Lybster arts complex is devising a host of 'imaginative ways' to reduce social isolation and improve the mental health of Caithness residents.
A woman from Thurso who has spent four years in a New Craigs hospital ward says she feels trapped.
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In her first message, Amanda Pritchard thanked healthcare workers for their efforts during ‘the most testing time in health service history’.
The ship caused chaos on the Suez Canal after getting stuck for six days.
The tech giant has released information about a new chip system that will power its new handsets.
Lincoln, Middlesbrough and Blackpool are currently recording the highest rates.
Wick Academy are still seeking their first win this season but Gary Manson says it's only a matter of time before they dish out "a right hammering".
Stevie Gray landed top spot in the first competition held at Harpsdale Fishery Park which attracted 25 entries with almost 100 fish caught.
A 21-year-old rugby player from Caithness is among 10 young people in Scotland to be selected for a new grassroots development programme.
He's played every year since competition started.
Eighteen youngsters spent a week learning the basics of tennis through a series of fun activities in Thurso run by coach Carole Cameron.
Wick squash stalwart Pradip Datta admitted he was "lost for words" after court one at the local club was named in his honour.
Caley Thistle have given their support to a youth module designed by Thurso Football Academy's Alyn Gunn to raise awareness of mental health issues.
Caithness riders had a successful trip to the Pony Club Area 1 Qualifiers held over three days at Burgie Eventing Centre near Forres.
Four young people will be selected by the Hollywood star to take a fully funded place at the Inverness performing arts school.
Our latest City Seen Flashback pictures are from a night out in Inverness in the summer of 2014.
When I was eight, I got a typewriter for my birthday.
ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Jenny Gillies makes a change of plan as she explores the high tops around Jock's Road in the southern Cairngorms
An end-terraced house currently being run as a successful guest house, the property is ideally located for access to the local transport networks.
Comedian Jack Dee has announced he will return to the north-east in 2022.
Having worked with a publisher for her first two books, Helen Forbes talks abut the experience of self-publishing her new one
New band has made around 30 song demos ... and are ready to rock
A new line-up and a new project will be included on the bill
Scottish Opera’s Young Company, a training programme for 17 to 23 year olds, is back performing live outdoors.
Artist's exhibition celebrating the islands inspires a mini-festival of events
Plans made by the band in advance keep the releases coming
The reward band plans for their biggest support – when they make it!