Edward Mountain MSP has welcomed the launch of a new £7m fund to support B&Bs and self-catering properties impacted by Covid-19 restrictions.
Scottish Crofting Federation (SCF) acknowledges timely and fairer payments of the ‘convergence uplift’ and Less Favoured Areas Support.
Caithness Community Connections have been serving up around 80 hot meals a day for many local residents struggling with another lockdown.
Television footage of a local farmer carrying out a spectacular tackle on a sheep nearly earned her a call up from a rugby team.
MP Jamie Stone has welcomed news that the army has now been recruited to help establish 80 new Covid-19 vaccine centres in Scotland.
Around 400 patients were given Pfizer vaccinations at the first local clinic which was held in the games hall at Thurso High School on Saturday.
The roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccine in the Caithness community is due to get under way this weekend.
Despite a rise in calls for help Balmore has not seen an increase in unwanted pets during the current pandemic.
A Wick convenience store has closed for 10 days after a member of staff was tested positive for Covid-19.
A special Hogmanay tune performed by a local musician has proved a big hit on social media with over 15,000 views and hundreds of likes and shares.
One Wick family had plenty to celebrate with the arrival of a New Year's Day baby.
A Caithness GP has expressed concern about the delay of Covid-19 vaccines being delivered to the county.
The fishing industry is reeling at a Brexit deal that is "not what was promised", according to a Caithness fishing company boss.
Awards for achievements during the year have been handed out to members of the Caithness branch of the Pony Club.
Christmas Day was made special for many Caithness residents with nearly 100 meals delivered to those living on the west side of the county.
A dedicated adult army cadet volunteer from Caithness has been recognised for his long service to young people in the Highlands.
An arena event competition held by the Caithness Pony Club at the weekend proved popular with a good number of riders taking part.
More than 1000 local school children have enjoyed Christmas pantomimes online thanks to the generosity of Thurso Rotary.
Fun and games were the order of the day at the Christmas Show held by Caithness branch of the Pony Club in Halkirk.
Miller Academy Primary School, Thurso, has been closed early for the Christmas holidays due to two new positive cases of Covid-19.