Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone wants to hear about local people's care experiences at an event in Thurso this Friday.
Caithness Krakens' dispatch of a second set of Valkyries, this time Bannockburn, has set up the National Plate group decider against Lochaber.
Councillors have highlighted a 25 per cent rise in Wick passenger numbers as they fight for the continuation of a vital Scottish Government subsidy.
But there is little information on roads spending as the £602.5 million budget seeks to plug a £65 million blackhole.
Round 13 of the Caithness Small Bore Rifle Association league had four shooters with maximums – S Nicolson, D Wilson, R Spence and R C Meiklejohn.
A new community facility designed to enable people to rehabilitate locally and avoid a hospital stay has opened within Wick's Pulteney House.
An application has been lodged with Highland Council regarding developments at the former children's care home in Wick called Avonlea.
A bright light has faded in Dingwall with the death of Karen Morrison at the early age of 60, after a brave nine-year battle with cancer.
Highland Council has given the go-ahead for solar panels to be installed on the roof of a derelict former cinema and social club in Wick.
A disabled Thurso man, who breathes with an oxygen cylinder, is pleads with the council to be decanted from his mouldy home before it 'kills' him.
Three public engagement events will be held in Caithness villages ahead of major new projects aimed at making the north "a clean energy powerhouse".
Halkirk United will go up to fourth in the North Caledonian League if they can take maximum points from their trip to Alness United on Wednesday.
Jamie Stone has accused the Scottish Government of "unforgivable incompetence" over the pause on funding for healthcare construction projects.
Pupils at Newton Park Primary School have been collecting goods to donate to the local food bank.
Councillor Helen Crawford says asking 'teachers to mark more generously' is 'just a big sticking plaster.'
Caithness councillor Karl Rosie has joined the Highland Independent group on the local authority, saying he wants to "put people before politics".
A new campaign has launched aiming to raise awareness of victims’ rights and peoples’ right to access support if they are affected by crime.
A bowling club has raised funds for a deserving local charity.
Service points will be closed next Thursday morning.
Four Highland charities are set to receive new vehicles to help their community efforts thanks to a unique event that is marking its 40th anniversary.
Wick Academy's 3-0 victory over Lossie underlined how strong their home form has been in the Highland League this season, according to Gary Manson.
The Red Arrows are set to be flying over the region over the next few days.
Lyth Arts Centre is teaming up with the John O’Groats Book Festival to celebrate 100 years of Duncansby Head Lighthouse.
SWI members shared favourite cooks and bakes at their latest meeting.
1st Wick Scout Group will be holding a pudding night on Tuesday, March 12, offering a chance to enjoy soup – and puddings – with friends and family.
NFU Scotland has set out strategic policy priorities and key asks.
Efforts to try and recruit locally, Stephen Mezals tells meeting
Caithness kids are being encouraged to compete for clean up glory by helping to tackle the litter emergency
Keith Banks shares his expert knowledge of the weather conditions in Wick as he looks at the conditions during the first month of 2024
Employer and skills organisations have joined together to help deliver free events to help local businesses find out about apprenticeships.