A Caithness schoolboy has criticised the reflective road studs that have been put into a stretch of the A9 near Latheron as 'unfit for purpose'.
Church services welcome pets this Sunday (July 14) at Canisbay and Castletown.
A meeting at Wick Town Hall on Friday will take the vision of regeneration a step closer with the formation of a new trust.
North MP Jamie Stone has claimed that the Highlands and Islands needs to have its own government minister to ensure the region’s voice is heard.
Farr High School’s final assembly of the 2018/19 year was an entertaining, uplifting and lively affair for the pupils and staff.
Schoolchildren from across Caithness have been taking part in educational trips to RSPB Scotland’s Forsinard reserve.
The MeyGen tidal energy project in the Pentland Firth has produced enough electricity to meet the annual consumption needs of 2200 homes.
A selfless Halkirk teenager teen sold off some of her possessions to purchase gifts for care home residents.
The far north will benefit if the Flow Country of Caithness and Sutherland gains World Heritage status, an audience in Thurso heard.
A Caithness-born solicitor is set to return home to offer legal advice and guidance to visitors at the this year's County Show in Wick.
Lyth’s Charlotte Mountford hopes the new exhibition Mountains Underwater will encourage discussion on themes from climate change to depopulation.