Parked vehicles are causing "horrendous problems" in a Castletown street, according to community councillor.
Jamie Stone wants urgent action to deal with the "shocking" number of people in fuel poverty in the Highlands.
Cautious welcome for budget but reduction in VAT for the hospitality industry described as "hugely disappointing."
Minister’s defence of plans to centralise Highlands and Islands air traffic control services in Inverness “embarrassing”, says north MSP
A north business leader has given a cautious welcome to Budget but thinks the Chancellor should have taken "a longer term view."
The cost of carrying out urgent repairs on roads in Caithness and Sutherland is estimated to be around £16 million
A plan to transform an old church in Thurso into an indoor skateboard park and studios could cost about £1 million.
AN album released by a Caithness rock band 33 years ago has just had a new lease of life after a chance posting online.
Questions remain to be answered over the future of air traffic control in the Highlands, according to a leading Caithness business representative.
A poet taking part in a six-month residency in Caithness tells Gordon Calder how he hopes to share people's views of the county and promote the area
Self assessment taxpayers in Caithness and elsewhere in the country have just two days to submit their late tax returns
The decision by a north social care provider to pay staff a minimum of £10 an hour hailed as 'fantastic news' by Scottish Minister.
Timber lorries are causing concern for a Caithness woman who says she has endured years of disruption from the vehicles.
A plan to centralise Highlands and Islands air traffic control services in Inverness is “all smoke and mirrors,” says north MSP.
Wick Academy supporter Dan Mackay has apologised for his “intemperate language” in row over development fund
THE company behind the MeyGen tidal energy project in the Pentland Firth has achieved "a huge milestone" after installing a turbine in Japan.
A unique and poignant wartime memento from World War II is to be featured on a podcast as part of a Highland-wide initiative.
A historic mill on the outskirts of Castletown could be transformed after it was bought by a Caithness business.
Pregnant women in Caithness should have a 21st century maternity service with obstetric and paediatric support, says Rhoda Grant
A police report into the death of a Caithness man 24 years ago has been delayed - partly due to difficulties in acquiring a cassette player.