A woman who embezzled £50,000 from her mother's estate while acting as her Power of Attorney has been jailed for a year.
A total of 120 ladies enjoyed prosecco and afternoon tea at Stemster House before dancing the night away – all in aid of Maggie's cancer care centre.
Santa will be at John O'Groats on Sunday, December 3, as local businesses join forces for the village's inaugural Christmas fun day.
Caithness United's three age groups – under-12s, under-14s and under-16s – have secured sponsorship for new away strips thanks to local businesses.
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Members of the public were given an insight into marine wildlife and sea-watching at a countryside ranger event in the North Coast Visitor Centre.
An elderly Castletown man with major health issues says he will make himself homeless and live in a van due to the cost of heating his damp home.
Young people are encouraged to take up the offer of routine vaccines at school – stats show a decline in vaccine uptake rates for this group.
Home-Start Caithness (HSC) has a special Christmas campaign to help families who are struggling to make ends meet.
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New eye-scanning technology has been installed as part of a £100,000 investment at Specsavers in Bridge Street, Wick.
Chloe Mackenzie and Arran Johnson each secured a treble in Caithness Badminton Association's under-17 championships held in Wick at the weekend.
The Stephen Smyth Band from Ireland have won their second Caithness Triple C Country Music Club band of the year award.
Campaigner Iain Gregory has warned that the winter months will be "disastrous" for local roads, arguing that they are deteriorating on a daily basis.
School support staff across Scotland have ended a long-running pay dispute with council leaders after they voted to accept a new pay offer.
John O’Groats Mill is on course to become a heritage attraction and community venue by 2025 with work now under way on repairing and extending it.
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A crowd estimated at more than 1000 turned out to celebrate the switch-on of Wick's Christmas lights in the town centre on Saturday afternoon.
Mandy Boydell started CC Chocolatier in 2019 after she had the chance to cook for royalty as the head chef at the Castle of Mey.
Commendations have been awarded to seven members of the Thurso lifeboat team who took part in a dramatic nine-hour rescue in December 2021.
A community advocate based in Thurso said he believes the town's Salvation Army church is in danger of closing.
Steven Mackay praised his Nairn players for “digging deep” as they continued their winning run in the Highland League with a 3-2 victory at Wick.
Long service awards have been presented to five Rotary Club members from Wick who between them have clocked up 175 years with the organisation.
Police reported that a man and child were taken to Caithness General Hospital in Wick after a one-vehicle crash at Glengolly near Thurso.
Police, ambulance and fire services were called out early on Sunday morning after a lorry went off road at the B876 between Reiss and Ackergill.
Wick Academy manager Gary Manson admitted the manner of Saturday's 3-2 home defeat to Nairn County in the Highland League was difficult to take.
Exhibitors are being encouraged to get their entries in for next week's annual Caithness Christmas show and sale at the Quoybrae auction mart.
Award-winning craft spirit producer North Point Distillery, near Thurso, has unveiled 'Dalclagie' Highland Single Malt Whisky.
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Road policing officers are looking for information after a man was seriously injured in a crash in Caithness yesterday afternoon.