Santa's elves are set to help bring a little festive cheer in Caithness by delivering Christmas Eve boxes.
Entries in the Caithness Riding Club's winter dressage league competition were once again high with 45 tests ridden throughout Saturday.
Merlin Cinema in Thurso is one of only a few movie venues in the UK open for business at the moment.
Owners of Messy Nessy, a Thurso soft-play centre, were delighted to reopen their doors today after an eight month closure.
In a bid to provide a bit of Christmas cheer to those facing challenging times this year Thurso Community Café is making up care boxes.
A local couple had an unexpected surprise when a broody hen hatched two chicks from the one egg.
Local vet David Mackay turns midwife in tonight's episode of hit documentary series – The Highland Vet.
TV personality Julian Norton hopes the local stars of The Highland Vet enjoy the journey as they make their own adventures in the new series.
Three ferrets cause a stir in the Thurso vet practice during Monday night's episode of The Highland Vet.
Concerns have been expressed about a car which appears to have been abandoned in a lay-by on the A99 south of Keiss for around two months.
Kids are in for a Halloween treat in the Sinclair's Bay area with a golden pumpkin hunt under way.
Residents in the Hill of Forss area are outraged about plans for a wind farm on the outskirts of Thurso.
Hill farmer Joyce Campbell and her family have received lots of positive feedback following their appearance on This Farming Life.
An African grey parrot is among the latest challenges facing the Caithness team of TV vets on Monday night.
The television series the Highland Vet is growing in popularity and proving to be enjoyable for those coming under the spotlight of the cameras.
A Helmsdale mobile seafood catering van's first visit to Caithness proved extremely popular with queues of customers quickly forming.
Ghouls and ghosts have taken up residence in the woods at Forse of Nature with this year's Halloween trail promising to be spooktacular.
A Caithness artist has raised £800 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust after being inspired by the Big Hoof journey to donate two paintings to the cause.
Caithness residents are urged to keep their guard up in the fight to tackle the current coronavirus pandemic.
Police have launched an appeal for information following the theft of local AI technician Willie Mackay's van and trailer in Caithness yesterday.