The parties separately underlined how Scotland was energy rich but fuel poor and demand action from the UK government
A Thurso man who tackled a visiting fishing crew he believed had stolen his wallet has been ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid community work.
Orbex has released further details of the community consultation meetings it is holding on proposed changes to Sutherland Spaceport.
Two vehicles collided on the B876 Wick to Castletown road at its junction with the B870 at around 9.50am on Sunday.
The Highlands is one of Scotland's worst hot-spots for drink-driving, new data has revealed as police gear up for their annual festive crackdown.
Pineapple sage is a perennial in the mint family Lamiaceae, which has 900 members with a long history as culinary, medicinal, and spiritual plants.
Temperatures in the Highlands fell well below freezing overnight , with the mercury bottoming out at -18C near the A9 in the Cairngorms National Park.
Warnings for snow have been issued for large swathes of the Highlands – especially in the east – with up to 10cm possible in hilly spots
A look back at the stories making the news in the Journal in 1923, 1973 and 1998.
The owners of 8 Doors Distillery at John O'Groats were delighted to be among the winners in the annual Scottish Whisky Awards held in Glasgow.
Northern Drift by Monique Sliedrecht
A favourite little character that visits Caithness gardens may be in danger without our help – an expert shares tips on how you can help the robin.
CVG UPDATE: Local voluntary sector news by Yvonne Hendry of Caithness Voluntary Group
People are being reminded to plan ahead for any winter bugs that might strike during a busy time of year for the NHS.
Highland residents were waking up to what is likely to have been the coldest night of the winter so far after the mercury plummeted as low as -15C.
Key railway improvements which could dramatically boost train reliability on Highland lines may not take place as soon as hoped, campaigners fear.
Caithness and Sutherland Women's Aid has welcomed back its "book fairies" for a third year to help raise awareness of domestic violence.
There is an ongoing need to educate people about disposing of their rubbish responsibly, according to Wick community councillor Allan Bruce.
A Thurso man has been convicted of an attack in a local pub which put a fellow customer off work for six weeks.
Kerri-Ann Roberts is among a group of 24 community nurses and midwives to have been awarded the prestigious title of Queen’s Nurse.