A total of almost two million calls were made to Police Scotland during the first three-quarters of 2020-21.
Wick Paths Group (WPG) volunteers have been congratulated for their work on clearing the access road to the town's North Baths.
Highland MSP Edward Mountain is calling on the SNP to stand up for rural motorists.
Caithness Riding Club is organising a virtual online event with Dr Russell MacKechnie-Guire of Centaur Biomechanics which is free for members.
A local beautician has been selected to represent her favourite skincare company at this year's Professional Beauty World exhibition.
Local councillor Nicola Sinclair has issued an assurance that the council is doing all they can to repair roads in the county.
Local councillors have rubber-stamped masterplans that could see walking and cycling overtake driving in Caithness town centres.
A John O'Groats hotel owner is among those in the local hospitality sector expressing concern about the uncertainty about the return of holiday makers
A Scrabster man who went missing at the weekend has been traced safely.
A missing local elderly man, who fell down an embankment near Scrabster beach, is now safe and well after a Thurso lifeboat call-out.
North coast hill farmer Joyce Campbell's special lockdown purchase is unveiled to the world in This Farming Life on Wednesday evening.
A LOCAL doctor has expressed concern about the lack of supply of new Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines to the county.
Chair of the Caithness area committee Nicola Sinclair has welcomed an investment in the CCTV infrastructure for both Wick and Thurso town centres.
Wintry weather conditions at the weekend failed to stop nearly 900 people turn up for their Covid-19 vaccination at Thurso High School.
A temporary mobile post office is set to start in Pulteneytown next month to restore service to the community.
Perthshire farmer Martin Kennedy takes over one of the top jobs in Scottish agriculture after being elected the 63rd president of NFU Scotland.
Seven-year-old Aidan MacGruer of Thurso has proved an inspiration after cycling 50 miles raising over £1000 for the Maggie's Centre in Inverness.
PICTURES: The county's links to the big-budget Netflix series The Crown have prompted local folk to dig out old photos relating to the royal family.
Local teenagers are among those being encouraged to join a group advising the Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland.
The Scottish SPCA is appealing for dog breeders in the Highlands and Islands to join its Assured Puppy Breeder Scheme.