A retired Wick consultant surgeon has written a book telling the story about the 50 years to the day since he left India and arrived in the UK.
A number of local pupils have been told to self-isolate after cases of Covid-19 were confirmed at two Thurso schools.
Three Caithness Pony Club members have qualified for the dressage spring festival finals at the Scottish National Equestrian Centre in April 2021.
A new fixed-base post office in Wick is set to open in January – and the man behind the plans is confident he can make it work.
Find out where to see Santa on Wednesday and Thursday this week!
Caithness Riding Club members got in the spirit of Christmas on Saturday with a festive themed fun jumping event.
A Christmas toy appeal has landed a welcome boost of £1000 thanks to the generosity of a number of Scrabster-based companies.
Children in Wick have been enjoying the magic of Christmas as Santa's sleigh makes a very welcome journey through the town.
Caithness Disabled Access Panel have finally been able to start a planned survey into community building access.
Thurso's Miller Academy is flying the green flag after a successful campaign by pupils and staff to achieve an internationally recognised award.
Castletown musician Brandon McPhee's new Christmas song has made it to the number two spot in an Australian country music chart.
A 60-year-old man and his 20-year-old horse are nearing the end of their challenge to ride from Land's End to John O'Groats in aid of the RNLI.
Work on the expansion of the MeyGen tidal project helped SIMEC Atlantis Energy secure the national Champion of Renewables Award.
Dounreay has joined the Game Changers programme as it looks for innovative ways to decommission the hazards on the site.
This latest issue of the Caithness photo book features a wide range of images illustrating many aspects of life around the county over the years.
MSP Maree Todd has praised the Scottish Government's commitment to preventing and eradicating violence against women and girls in Scotland.
Volunteers in Thurso will be helping to spread a little festive cheer by delivering Christmas meals to those in need of a little extra help this year.
More army cadets from Caithness have returned to train after over eight months in lockdown.
A local women's aid group is among those taking part in a campaign to raise awareness of gender-based violence.
Spring is in full bloom in the latest episode of The Highland Vet – the last in the current season.