The quality of bathing waters in the Highlands will see areas ranked from sufficient to excellent, according to forecasts issued by SEPA.
At school my only dream career was to be a Blue Peter presenter.
The red card shown to Owen Rendall during Wick Academy's Highland League match against Buckie Thistle at the weekend has been downgraded to a yellow.
Two of the top three teams in the North Caledonian League will go head to head when Halkirk United take on Invergordon at Morrison Park on Saturday.
Visit took place in September
The weather meant only a couple of competitions were held over the Reay links in the past week, with some fine scores carded when play was possible.
Caithness RFC is considering contacting the sport's governing body about the number of its men's 1st XV home matches that have gone by the board.
See pics of opening night as Society of Caithness Artists brings a redundant gallery back to life in Thurso. Local MP and councillor attend.
Electricty due to be restored by 5.30pm
Money comes from the company's Local Community Fund
Caithness Small Bore Rifle Association's winter league has resumed, with 29 teams of four competing across five divisions.
Nominate the star secondary pupils in your local schools
A sheriff told a Caithness man she found it "unfathomable" how anyone could derive pleasure from watching young children being sexually abused.
Ryan Campbell and Martin Nicolson scraped a 3-2 victory over Ryan's dad Michael Campbell and one of the league's top finishers, Richie Budge.
Five school leavers from Caithness and north Sutherland have been awarded scholarships from the Pentland Floating Offshore Wind Farm.
Holyrood Notebook by Edward Mountain
Caithness shoppers have been urged to be on their guard against scams as Black Friday and Cyber Monday approach.
Highland Council has admitted that some trees may need to be cut back as part of the proposed “ribbon lease” arrangements at Wick's riverside.
Fourteen framed artworks, each accompanied by a piece of creative writing, have been put up in Caithness General Hospital's outpatient waiting area.
Military historian Bruce Tocher says he still finds it upsetting that the men who set off from Skitten 81 years ago received no official recognition.