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
Young Farmers in Caithness have served up some tasty treats on their way to the national final of a “Ready, Steady, Cook” style competition.
Local authority does not have enough staff due to financial constraints
A VIP reception for your Heroes kicks off awards night in style
Members of the Caithness branch of Enable got into the spirit of the festive season on Saturday evening when they held their annual Christmas party.
The game was one of four scheduled to be played in midweek.
Lunch held to mark special occasion
Businesses and individuals in the Highland tourism and events industry have received recognition at Scotland’s premier tourism and events awards.
A troublesome offender has been given a final chance by a sheriff – along with the ultimatum that she will go to jail if she doesn't toe the line.
A man who assaulted two people in Thurso's Tesco store has been placed on a supervision order for a year.
Bullying within NHS Highland remains rife 18 months after a £2.8 million “healing process” was concluded.
The festive spirit was high in the streets of Thurso throughout Saturday as the town's Christmas Fun Day event brought out the best in everyone.
North coast surfer Craig Mclachlan helped his Scottish junior teammates climb off the bottom of the world rankings after competing in Rio de Janeiro.
A public consultation on the Highland-wide 20mph limit programme has been launched.
A craft fair that holds its events at Thurso's Masonic Lodge has managed to raise £200 for Prostate Cancer UK.
Which Highland Hero 2024 will scoop the ultimate accolade?
With winter hitting Caithness in earnest over the last few days, a weather expert from Wick shared details about the nippy conditions.
A young Halkirk man is facing a charge of fraud related to the purchase of ink cartridges.
The Met Office issued a Yellow Warning across Caithness today (December 4) for wintry showers that may cause some disruption.