Brandon McPhee brought a cheerful smile to residents and staff at Seaview House care home in Wick when he turned on their very own Christmas lights.
Young Farmers in Caithness have served up some tasty treats on their way to the national final of a “Ready, Steady, Cook” style competition.
Members of the Caithness branch of Enable got into the spirit of the festive season on Saturday evening when they held their annual Christmas party.
North coast surfer Craig Mclachlan helped his Scottish junior teammates climb off the bottom of the world rankings after competing in Rio de Janeiro.
A look back at the stories making the news in the Journal in 1923, 1973 and 1998.
People are being reminded to plan ahead for any winter bugs that might strike during a busy time of year for the NHS.
A Caithness bus company has had changes enforced on its operating licence after a public inquiry.
Exhibitors are being encouraged to get their entries in for next week's annual Caithness Christmas show and sale at the Quoybrae auction mart.
The popular series continues with Let's Remember Caithness Volume 5 now available in time for Christmas
Thurso pupils at one primary school made up 124 boxes of gifts and essential items to help those in need at Christmas time.
Volunteers are being sought to join local outdoor access forums across the Highlands including in Caithness and Sutherland.
Concerns have been raised that subsidised flights between Wick and Aberdeen could be under threat next year when the funding is reviewed.
A Thurso campaigner will be marking the United Nations’ 16 days of activism against gender-based violence with a challenge that goes the extra mile.
Beaver Scouts from 2nd Thurso and Reay spent time enjoying art at the North Coast Visitor Centre in Thurso – and having a go themselves.
The 2024 Caithness Calendar, published by the John O'Groat Journal and Caithness Courier, is now available to buy.
Young gymnasts from Wick and the surrounding areas made a sparkling impression at the Sapphire Gymnastics Club’s birthday Gymfest earlier this month.
The Caithness branch of the Pony Club held its annual prize-giving ceremony on Friday at the rugby club in Thurso.
Votes for local community representatives in Thurso, Watten, Melvich and Bettyhill will be counted from next week as the deadline approaches.
Caithness Broch Project announced that its preferred site to build the first full-size replica of the Iron Age structures would be near Latheron.
Parents of children with autism spectrum conditions in the far north are planning to form a pressure group to campaign for improvements in support.