Activities at Ormlie Community Association are back up and running as the staff are finally able to return to the office in Thurso.
A new shop show casing a wide range of local crafts is set to open in Lybster next week.
Members of the Education Committee have been updated on the successes of the Highland Virtual Academy (HVA) and future plans for digital learning.
The deadline is looming for the Co-op’s Local Community Fund which has raised over £143,000 for local causes in Caithness since 2016.
This week's episode of The Highland Vet features a variety of calls including a visit to one local farm to check a slightly unusual patient.
A Thurso woman has raised £825 for Maggie's Highlands – matched by local company Ashley Ann – after setting herself a demanding running challenge.
Caithness entertainer Brandon McPhee is doing his bit to encourage more young people to take up the button accordion.
An open–air mass at the Old St Peter's Church, Thurso, is one of three special events being planned this summer by the Northern Pilgrims' Way Group.
Representatives from Venture North were among those from the Highlands taking part in a virtual travel event aimed at reconnecting global tourism.
The brand-new series of The Highland Vet is proving popular with the first episode being the top show of the day on 5Select.
A charity challenge by workers based at the Beatrice Wind Farm in Wick has raised £270 for the Caithness Foodbank.
Katrina Gordon has passed her Grade 8 piano with merit raising over £5000 in the process for the Scottish Schools Orchestra Trust (SScOT.
Lyth Arts Centre and North Lands Creative, Lybster, are both set to have an artist in residence as part of a national programme.
North Highland College UHI students and staff have been congratulated on how they have coped over the past year during challenging circumstances.
A painting inspired through training for a 20-mile ride from Loch More will help raise money in memory of a lady who lost her life to bowel cancer.
A group of anglers from Northern Ireland have given a total of £3885 to the North Highland Cancer Information and Support Centre (NHCISC).
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.