Wick Academy will be determined to make life as difficult as possible for Highland League champions Brechin City when the teams meet at Glebe Park.
A 95-page Scottish Government document aimed at tackling depopulation has been condemned as an insult to Caithness by two Highland councillors.
Two entrants, with three shortbreads between them, have qualified from Caithness and Sutherland for the 2024 Highland Shortbread Showdown final.
Raymond Bremner says an extra £60 million would go ‘some way towards us being able to invest in important capital projects.’
Highland Council is investigating hundreds of land owners and developers for breaching planning rules, without sharing details online.
Police have appealed for help finding a missing teenage sister and brother from Inverness who are known to frequent Caithness.
There was a recurring theme to the messages Scott Davidson received after Thurso's 1-0 victory over Inverness Athletic – that it was "long overdue".
Roadworks will affect a mile-long section of road from the eastern end of Bettyhill to the turn off for Farr.
It was announced this week that there will be a temporary road restriction on the A9/A99 at Latheron and along the Causewaymire road.
Far north MP hits out after unprecedented scenes in the House of Commons
An elderly driver knocked down a cyclist after cutting a corner at a Wick junction, the town's sheriff court heard on Wednesday.
North MP to contact Highland Council on lack of facilities in county
The Anglers moved up to fourth after an early double by James Mackintosh and a debut goal from Kieran MacGregor helped them to a 3-1 win at Alness.
A dog was loose without a muzzle or lead when it bit a dog walker and his dog, Wick Sheriff Court heard on Tuesday.
Trudy Morris emphasised that connectivity is a major factor in achieving economic growth as she expressed relief and delight at the PSO announcement.
A malt whisky tasting event in Wick has supported a free service that allows people with sight loss in Caithness to keep up to date with local news.
A "peace candle" at a Wick church during Lent is giving local people a chance to pray and reflect on those affected by the wars in Ukraine and Gaza.
The Greens are looking to put a wretched season behind them by savouring a run in the National Shield, having been drawn away to Carnoustie.
Focus on attainment was lost as councillors defend officials over a 'judgmental' education report critical of primary school staff.
The housing crisis here – as in other parts of Scotland – is well documented.