A young Caithness rider took home two championship titles in the showing classes at Blair Castle International Horse Trials.
A dream has come true for 11-year-old Emily Campbell who has jumped her way to success and qualified for the Horse of the Year Show.
Strongman contenders took centre stage at John O'Groats Harbour Day on Sunday as they showed their prowess in a range of challenges.
The Greens are still on the lookout for new players to swell their ranks ahead of the 2019/20 National League Division Three campaign.
A scenic lay-by on the Causewaymire road has been "blighted" by the dumping of an abandoned caravan, according to civic leader Willie Mackay.
Streets in Thurso quickly turned into rivers on Monday night as rainwater cascaded down into the centre of town, damaging a number of shops.
A number of Caithness pupils are among those who have excelled in the exam results which were announced on Tuesday morning.
Firefighters battled overnight to bring a blaze within a building at Scrabster Seafoods under control.
Sheila Cormack whose connection with Dunnet Church has spanned over 50 years, has been presented with a long service certificate by Prince Charles.
Journalism student Kirstin Tait (21), of Keiss, has landed herself a stint with STV after scooping the top award in her class.
A total of 67kg of rubbish was gathered during a beach clean at John O'Groats as part of a campaign organised by record-breaking rower Kiko Matthews.
Sassy Lady continued her recent run of success when she took the supreme overall champion title at the Caithness County Show at the weekend.
County Show president Elaine Miller hailed the team effort that ensured the success of this year's event in Wick, attracting up to 6500 spectators.
Entries are looking good for this year's Caithness County Show, the highlight of the local agricultural calendar, taking place at Wick.
The uninhabited island of Stroma is set to take centre stage in an exhibition being run this summer by Lyth Arts Centre.
CAR park charges at John O’Groats was the winning topic in the float procession at this year’s Halkirk Gala Week.
A TEAM of performers from Thurso High School are riding on the crest of a wave after coming second in the final of the Scottish Rock Challenge.
Farmers attending this week’s major sheep event in Caithness were urged to set aside their concerns and seize the opportunities presented by Brexit.
Farmers from all over Scotland and the north of England flocked to Caithness this week for NSA Highland Sheep 2019.
The carcass of the young humpback whale which ended up on Thurso beach has finally been removed – much to the relief of local residents.