Plans for a large-scale battery storage plan on a Caithness site have progressed, with the submission of a full planning application.
Highland Council shared a road condition report for Caithness saying that treatment for ice is ongoing.
A Wick-based food company has finished the year on the crest of a wave.
The annual Caithness Christmas show and sale by Aberdeen and Northern Marts at Quoybrae took place ths week.
Network Rail Scotland will introduce speed restrictions on lines across Scotland from today
Take time to be kind to ourselves, focus on what matters, and lean into the love of those who we do have around us.
Scotland’s leading charity supporting people affected by crime is calling for volunteers in Caithness.
Parts of the Highlands could see more travel disruption caused by the cold spell, with a yellow warning in place for this afternoon and tomorrow.
Matthew Reiss claims communities in the far north would benefit
Thurso Food and Craft Fair proved to be a successful addition to the the town's special Christmas Fun Day on Saturday.
The Pentland Firth Yacht Club, located in Scrabster, have purchased an essential new racing and safety boat for the upcoming dinghy sailing seasons.
Highland Council invites tenants in Caithness to have their say on the rent levels for the year ahead.
Holyrood Notebook by Rhoda Grant
Reduction in police numbers will not deter criminals, according to Matthew Reiss
Wick Academy talisman Davie Allan looks set to make a long-awaited playing comeback early in the new year.
A man with health issues and a learning disability thanked services at the Pulteney Centre in Wick for helping rehome him after a fire.
Documents dating back as far as the 15th century that were formerly held in Wick Heritage Museum are now accessible to the public at Nucleus.
Brandon McPhee brought a cheerful smile to residents and staff at Seaview House care home in Wick when he turned on their very own Christmas lights.
She say amid 'the challenge of the climate and nature emergency, the wellbeing economy approach is a great way to go.'
Mary MacGillivray says there are more similarities between medicine and boxing than you may think after winning her first development title