The Met Office has issued a Yellow warning for wintry showers across north Caithness today and overnight.
Over the period spanning 2020 to 2022, the value of farmland witnessed a substantial uptick.
Emergency stabilisation work is getting under way on Wick's storm-damaged harbour ahead of a wider programme of investment to improve the port.
Police Scotland is urging anyone in Caithness targeted by sextortion to report it – so they can get the support they deserve.
Hundreds of residents in the far north were without power electricity on Friday morning after a power cut.
The Met Office yellow warning for snow and ice comes into force on Friday evening and covers parts of the far north.
So, Bonnie Land, filmed and edited by Thomas Horig from Australia, won the short film of the year at the London Surf Film Festival.
A Thurso-based coaching club has "got off to a flyer" with an event involving Ross County and a visit by former internationalist Marvin Andrews.
Macdonald Aviemore's Santa Weekends are promising to be an experience the whole family can enjoy.
A Caithness teenager is "a bit devastated and scared" that he has to undergo a second stem cell transplant to try to cure a rare genetic condition.
SSEN announced today that reports have now been produced following the first round of consultation on its proposals.
The style of football being played by Wick Academy this season is going down well with supporters, according to Mark Macadie.
Police officers in Caithness have reported "positive feedback" since starting a programme of drop-in events allowing the public to raise concerns.
Thurso manager Scott Davidson has reiterated that his team must stop conceding avoidable goals if they are to move away from the foot of the table.
Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone is calling on the UK government to take "serious action" over fuel poverty in rural areas.
Two stalwarts of Thurso Football Academy were taken by surprise when they were congratulated by Steven Ferguson for their commitment to coaching.
Fraudster Fiona Taylor has undertaken to repay the £14,000 she stole from an 88-year-old man.
A Thurso man has been accused of two sexual offences.
Samaritans of Caithness opened its doors on Saturday morning to host a special event in which all were invited in for a cup of tea and a biscuit.
Caithness Family History Society has a meeting on December 12 at which a popular boat tour company will give an illustrated presentation.