A Thurso man removed an advertising banner from the town centre because he felt it was disrespectful to the nearby war memorial.
Traffic was diverted from the scene of an incident on Francis Street in Wick earlier this afternoon when a car smashed into parked vehicles.
In an online plea, officers said dogs chasing livestock can do serious damage, and all incidents should be reported to them on 101.
A clean-up operation around paths leading to the East Caithness Community Campus will begin soon, Highland Council has said.
With a huge surge in pet ownership due to the pandemic, farmers fear an increase of sheep attacks that could lead to dogs being shot dead
Police Scotland has launched a national campaign to tackle the rising number of bike thefts taking place across the country.
Caithness drivers heading south on the A9 will need to check their speed with the introduction of mobile speed camera units stationed on Tain bypass.
Caithness companies which rely on Zoom to conduct work meetings have been warned about a new scam which steals workers’ email log-in details.
Emma Fraser, team leader and domestic abuse specialist for Caithness and Sutherland Women’s Aid, reflects on the reaction to the 33-year-old's death
A Thurso vandal with aspirations to be the town's version of comedy character Ali G has brought more anger than laughs from locals.
A women's domestic abuse support group in the far north has warned that the death of Sarah Everard should be a wake-up call to communities here.