Pupils from Crossroads Primary School got creative to help their feathered friends through the cold winter months.
The phrase “a quick cuppa” took on a new meaning for Caithness householders on Sunday as a result of exceptional atmospheric conditions.
Thurso Freemasons joined local councillors on Friday for a civic reception to mark the 200th anniversary of St Peter's Operative Lodge 284.
Thurso-based freelance journalist Iain Grant was honoured for lifetime achievement at the annual Highlands and Islands Press Ball and Media Awards.
A care-at-home service which operates in Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross has been criticised for errors in dispensing medication.
MSP Gail Ross has welcomed the news that the next contract to operate Northern Isles ferry services will be awarded to NorthLink by the end of March.
Thurso Freemasons are celebrating a major milestone as their lodge reaches it 200th anniversary.
The work of the county's amateur photographers is the focus of a month-long exhibition which celebrates a milestone for Thurso Camera Club.
Employees from Dounreay have been honoured at the Women in Nuclear (WiN) Annual Awards in London.
People in two Caithness districts are being urged to support their neighbourhood and stand for election to their area's community council.
Action at Reay Golf Club has been sporadic of late, with some wet and windy weekends leaving players kicking their heels.
Thurso business Riverside Interiors has presented the MS Society with £817.11 after raising the money through a Christmas raffle and fun weekend.
Scotland's rural economy secretary Fergus Ewing is being urged by north MSP Gail Ross to support small-scale local abattoirs.
The top two in the ladies' division of Wick and District Darts League went head to head this week, with Queen's Hotel getting the better of Seaforth.
People in Caithness affected by diabetes are being encouraged to go along to a meeting in Wick's Nethercliffe Hotel next week.
A show featuring the music of three blues greats is to take to the stage in Wick in April – and we have a pair of tickets to give away.
Thurso is one of three communities in the north Highlands hosting energy efficiency drop-in events.
Caithness Badminton Association hosted the second of its annual championships in Wick, with a good entry from both juniors and seniors.
The North Sea Giant, one of the biggest vessels of its type, faced 39-knot winds on Monday as it made its way through the Pentland Firth.
Firms in the north Highlands are being encouraged to bid for work at a new wind farm project near Brora.