A disabled Thurso man, who breathes with an oxygen cylinder, is pleads with the council to be decanted from his mouldy home before it 'kills' him.
A new campaign has launched aiming to raise awareness of victims’ rights and peoples’ right to access support if they are affected by crime.
Service points will be closed next Thursday morning.
Four Highland charities are set to receive new vehicles to help their community efforts thanks to a unique event that is marking its 40th anniversary.
The Red Arrows are set to be flying over the region over the next few days.
SWI members shared favourite cooks and bakes at their latest meeting.
Efforts to try and recruit locally, Stephen Mezals tells meeting
Caithness kids are being encouraged to compete for clean up glory by helping to tackle the litter emergency
A plan to strengthen communities facing population decline, including funding for local-led research, initiatives and support has been published.
Poetic windfall for auctioneer, tenants to blame for damp and MacKenzies take over hotel.
Staff and residents at Pentland View in Thurso welcomed in the Year of the Dragon with a day of celebrations and activities.
Two brothers who are Chelsea Pensioners have made a £500 donation to an armed forces charity in memory of Anne Dunnett, the late Lord-Lieutenant.