Volunteers in Thurso will be helping to spread a little festive cheer by delivering Christmas meals to those in need of a little extra help this year.
Key figures reacted to this week's news that the number of people who died by suicide in Scotland in 2019 rose for a second successive year.
The £5.2 million spent on delivery surcharges by Caithness shoppers is “unfair” says local MSP, Gail Ross.
More army cadets from Caithness have returned to train after over eight months in lockdown.
Highland Council trading standards urges businesses and consumers to take part in an online survey regarding misleading environmental claims.
Thurso residents sent a clear message to a neighbour that they were sick of the antisocial behaviour he has brought to the area.
ELEVEN further positive Covid-19 tests have been recorded across the NHS Highland region – as Scotland's total surpassed 90,000.
TEACHERS should be among the frontline staff to get the coronavirus vaccine, according to far north MP, Jamie Stone.
Prospect members in air traffic control at Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (Hial) are to be balloted over the company’s centralisation plans.
A major development tied in with renewable energy is about to get underway at Noss Head which will put Caithness at the 'forefront of HVDC technology'
A leading charity is helping disabled people in the Highlands secure work during the Covid-19 pandemic