More school pupils in Caithness were able to make their return to school today in the latest phase of the easing of lockdown restrictions in Scotland.
Road police officers are appealing for witnesses following a fatal crash involving a black Aprilia SX125 motorbike in Castletown at the weekend.
Volunteers at John O'Groats have been busy putting the finishing touches to a new Viking-themed cutout photo board and play areas for children.
The co-founders and creators of Rock Rose Gin and Holy Grass Vodka are celebrating Mother’s Day in style.
Highland Council is set to consider a potential bid for Dounreay to host the world's first nuclear fusion power station later this month.
North Highland Initiative (NHI) has thrown its support behind the creation of 10 new seasonal access ranger posts for the Highlands.
Highland Council has taken the decision to remove padlocks and any other attachments from the Coghill Bridge at Wick riverside.
North MSP Rhoda Grant has welcomed the expansion of funding for B&Bs, guest houses and self-catering businesses.
A tourism strategy to prepare the Highlands for an influx of tourists once lockdown ends needs to be implemented rapidly, industry insiders insist.
An appeal has been launched for adult supporters to come forward, ensuring the continued operation of Scouting groups in Caithness and Sutherland.
Over the weekend a police CCTV van could be seen in various places throughout Caithness in a bid to reduce crime and deter anti-social behaviour.
North politician Maree Todd pays tribute to women and girls across the region who have suffered ‘disproportionately’ from the impacts of Covid-19.
Caithness residents are among those being urged to be on the lookout for unexpected texts messages claiming to be from delivery companies.
Subsea7 and Shell UK have teamed up to instal speed signs at Reiss in a bid to address road safety concerns.
Dunnet Bay Distillers are delighted to have won international awards for two of its spirits – Holy Grass Vodka and Navy Strength Gin.
Operation Ruling – launched in the Caithness area at the end of 2020 – helped record one of the highest drugs crime detection rates in Scotland.
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.