Players were back out force on the fairways of Reay at the weekend after a number of weeks when competitions were postponed due to wintry weather.
Wick High School hosted teams from Netball Orkney and Thurso High School S1 for an event at which the emphasis was on getting together for enjoyment.
Jordan Oag of Smiddy "2" hit three maximums, a 130 checkout and a 15-dart leg in a cracker against Castletown in Wick and District Darts League.
Holyrood Notebook by Maree Todd
Round 13 of the Caithness Small Bore Rifle Association league had four shooters with maximums – S Nicolson, D Wilson, R Spence and R C Meiklejohn.
Keith Banks shares his expert knowledge of the weather conditions in Wick as he looks at the conditions during the first month of 2024
Park Hotel became the first team to book their place in the Wick and District Darts League knockout finals night after beating Castletown Poachers.
North of Scotland Kart Club's Ian Campbell (10), of Watten, and Jack Elder (8), of Dunbeath, competed in the final round of the Crail Winter Series.
S1 to S3 netball teams from Wick and Thurso high schools competed in a tournament for north Highland schools at Inverness Royal Academy.
Highland Badminton Group held its annual under-13 and under-17 tournament at Inverness Leisure, with players from all over Scotland competing.
Two of the divisional titles in Caithness Small Bore Rifle Association's winter league have been decided following the 12th round of fixtures.
Dad liked the winter. But for all the wrong reasons. Loving winter and being a newsagent wasn’t exactly compatible.
The Seaforth Highlanders' Club hosted the Wick Cup of Darts memorial event, with Smiddy "2" pair Ryan Campbell and Jordan Oag retaining the trophy.
Round 11 of Caithness Small Bore Rifle Association's winter league had three shooters with the maximum score, all from Wick Old Stagers.
There has been limited golf at Reay lately, but the senior section managed to get some action in the North Point Distillery Stableford competition.
Far north MP Jamie Stone speaks to the Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar about Holyrood and Westminster, his inspirations and how he blows off steam
The Seaforth quartet of Michael Campbell, Ryan Campbell, Richie Budge and Martin Nicolson are threatening to mount a title challenge in Division One.
Round 10 of Caithness Small Bore Rifle Association's winter league had three shooters with the maximum score – D Simpson, D Mowat and J G Campbell.
Members of the ladies' section at Thurso Golf Club had their 2023 prize-giving at a Burns supper following their annual general meeting.
Trudy Morris, chief executive of Caithness Chamber of Commerce, welcomes the 'promising sign' that businesses are dedicated to the far north