It was a busy weekend for Caithness Riding Club with competitions getting back under way at the indoor school in Halkirk.
A Wick business man's expression of interest in setting up a post office in the town centre has been welcomed.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an accident at Haster in which a car collided with a house.
The death of a teenager at a house in Wick at the weekend is being treated as unexplained.
Caithness artist Steve Macleod has had his work accepted for the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts Summer/Winter Exhibition in London.
A Caithness-based campervan owner came to the rescue of holidaymakers whose own vehicle was crushed by a fallen tree at Golspie.
Despite very wet weather conditions at the weekend Caithness branch of the Pony Club held its first competition since lockdown.
A transatlantic Zoom workshop has taken off for Caithness fiddler Karen Steven in a bid to promote her new book overseas.
Local event rider Emma Coghill has enjoyed a great season with her latest outing being the icing on the cake after a win in the novice section.
One of the oldest native pedigree cattle breeds has been introduced to Caithness with the arrival of three Gloucester cows and their youngstock.
The historic local fishing boat which went missing just over a week ago has been returned safely to Brough under a police escort.
Caithness pupils are among those throughout Scotland being invited to take part in this year's Gaelic short film competition – FilmG.
Local farmer Graham Sutherland has had a record yield of silage bales from a three-and-a-half acre field at Hillhead, Lybster.
A plea has been put out for the safe return of a local fishing boat which was stolen shortly before it was to be transported to Brough harbour.
Halkirk heavyweight Jamie Gunn was the overall runner-up in the virtual Braemar Highland Games – his best result to date at this event.
After being unable to meet and play together due to Covid-19 restrictions Caithness Orchestra is pioneering a new way of learning repertoire.
A new Caithness Facebook group has been set up to try and boost Christmas sales for local businesses.
A Thurso charity has been helping local people during the current coronavirus pandemic to get online by providing digital devices.
Missing person Barry Creighton from Caithness has been traced safe and well, police have confirmed.
A community sharing shed in Thurso has been proving popular with local people who are needing a helping hand.