The Highland Vet is returning with a brand-new third series starting this Monday on 5Select at 9pm.
Sarah Aitken and Start Smart were on form again at the final of the winter dressage league run by Caithness Riding Club.
Local musician and composer Morag Currie has been announced as the environment artist in residence at the Lyth Arts Centre (LAC).
A Thurso musician has come up with the unusual challenge of working through her piano exams from Grade 1-8 within a year as an epic fundraiser.
Surfing lessons are among the activities to be included on an exciting list of Creative Wellness activities at the Thurso Community Café.
A local riding school owner has praised firefighters for dealing quickly with a blaze which broke out near her stables at Lyth.
A buggy walking group in Thurso is proving popular with new mums who are enjoying a welcome breath of fresh air and a chance to meet with others.
Five-year-old Sophie Morris, who raised £810 for Befriending Caithness after completing 100 burpees, has been thanked for her efforts.
Police have issued an appeal for information regarding a white Vauxhall Corsa which was damaged while parked on The Terrace, Reay.
A beach cleaning station has been set up at Scrabster in a bid to encourage people to help keep the area tidy.
Wick has been revealed to have the most waste-conscious residents in Scotland, according to a new study conducted by the Hairpin Leg Company.
The SNP is committed to addressing health inequalities in rural communities, says the party’s candidate for Caithness, Sutherland and Ross.
Bilbster and Thuster Hall has a new look with the original painted corrugated iron replaced by fresh cladding.
As from Monday, with Scotland going into level three restrictions, hospital patients in the NHS Highland area will be allowed to have one visitor.
Highland Council is alerting businesses that updated Covid-19 guidance for close contact services has now been published by the Scottish Government.
A Reay primary school pupil has raised over £800 for Befriending Caithness by taking part in the Captain Tom 100 charity challenge.
Thurso's reputation as a top surfing venue has been given another boost in the same month that it hosted the British championships.
Charities and individuals from Caithness are among those being invited to apply for the SCVO annual awards.
As of today Pentland Ferries is back to three sailings a day from Gills Bay in Caithness and St Margaret's Hope in Orkney.
A donation has been made to the John O'Groats Trail in memory of a man who took on the route as a walk of a lifetime along with his wife.