Multi-award-winning author Ewan Morrison is appearing for a second online book launch tonight (Friday, March 5) at 6.30pm with prizes available.
At a Highland Council meeting yesterday (March 4), it was agreed there will be no increase on Council Tax rates for the next financial year.
A Thurso man was out with his two dogs on Murkle beach when he found, what appears to be, an ancient crucifix lying on the shoreline.
Eligible residents across Caithness could benefit from up to 100 per cent Scottish Government grant funding available for first time central heating.
Retired bus driver Sandy Barclay from Thurso is 'eggstatic' after finding a £5000 winning ticket in a Cadbury's Creme Egg on a trip to a Lybster shop.
A message in a plastic bottle thrown into the sea at Lybster in 1994 has turned up on an Orkney beach after travelling around 100 miles.
The Fishermen's Mission charity is seeking creative talents to help it put together a calendar for 2022.
The First Minister announced yesterday (March 2) to the Scottish Parliament dates for the return of all remaining school children.
Over £79k has been committed to community groups in the far north thanks to grants awards from the Caithness and North Sutherland Fund.
Existing land reform policies 'do not go far enough' says Lib Dem candidate for the far north.
North MP Jamie Stone today sought the backing of Health Secretary Matt Hancock for encouraging the Scottish Government on vaccine rollout.
NHS Highland has welcomed Dr Sadat Muzammil to the post of clinical director in its north sector.
Police Scotland is looking into the circumstances that led to the death of a woman at an address in Wick at the weekend.
MSP Edward Mountain hopes apprenticeship schemes will help reverse the figures showing falling population numbers in the Highlands.
ScotRail is cracking down on customers who dodge buying a ticket because of the reduction in front-line staff on trains due to Covid.
Multi-award-winning author Ewan Morrison will appear for an online pop-up book launch tonight (Monday, March 1) at 6.30pm.
The huge increase of illegal dumping has led to a call on the Scottish Government to review the existing penalty for fly-tipping.
Caithness residents struggling to pay energy bills during Covid lockdown can now access help from a newly launched £4m support fund.
A 20ft-wide ice pancake was discovered by a Halkirk man surveying River Thurso that formed just in time for Pancake Day last week.
The latest novel from a Wick-born author is available to pre-order and described as a 'beautifully observed family drama' within a future pandemic.