Struan Mackie insists new figures on mental health waiting times for children and young people should serve as a wake-up call over funding.
Bowlers in Lybster are among those playing "a waiting game" to see when their sport can resume.
Wick community councillors are hoping to see a fresh start on the refurbishment project at the historic Soldiers’ Tower at the North Head.
Plans to centralise air traffic control services have taken a decisive step forward after a study concluded that "the status quo is not sustainable".
The number of calls to the police from people experiencing mental health problems has "gone through the roof" over the course of the pandemic.
Dog-fouling is "a huge problem across the county" – and a lack of responsibility is a bigger factor than any shortage of poo bins.
The local group campaigning for major upgrading of the road network is taking its case directly to politicians after an "overwhelming" first week.
Two renewable energy firms have been accused of giving "a masterclass in spin" over their plans to increase the size of wind turbines at Limekiln.
Members of Wick Paths Group have been praised for their "amazing efforts” in improving the town's walking routes.
Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone has raised a glass to celebrate the end of American tariffs on Scotch whisky.
Dounreay has awarded an important waste clean-up contract to Jacobs as the site plans for the future of its legacy radioactive waste.
Wick's Christmas lights are beginning to feel the effects of prolonged exposure to the elements, community councillors have been told.
Wick manager Gary Manson believes there is little chance of the Highland League restarting while there is still a requirement for Covid-19 testing.
Youth footballers from Caithness United have been given an insight into mindset coaching and how it can improve their confidence.
A Wick woman's 100th birthday has resulted in a gift of more than £2000 for the Laurandy daycare centre.
A Caithness mental health campaign group has expressed dismay at what it calls an "incredibly disappointing response" from the Scottish Government.
Holyrood candidate Molly Nolan has blamed "a long-term lack of funding" for adding to a growing mental health crisis in the Highlands.
Organisers of this summer's fundraising match between Thurso firefighters and ex-Rangers stars have been blown away by the level of interest.
Receiving the Covid-19 vaccine was a "pleasant, quick and painless" experience for local MP Jamie Stone this afternoon.
Maree Todd is urging the Chancellor to use the UK budget to tackle what she calls the growing inequalities facing communities in the Highlands.