Over two thirds of sheep farmers responding to a survey reported that they had seen an increase in sheep-worrying attacks by dogs in the past year.
The UK the National Sheep Association is preparing to launch its latest campaign based around the problem of sheep worrying by dogs.
Global warming is the hot topic this Earth Day and a local company proudly wears its heart on its sleeve with the appointment of a new staff member.
Lib Dem candidate Molly Nolan has hit out at the "catastrophic" impact of fly-tipping and called for greater efforts to catch those responsible.
Highland agencies remind everyone that facilities for overnight stays and many other visitor facilities are not open until April 26.
RSPB Scotland is asking everyone in Caithness to keep their eyes peeled for one of the UK’s rarest birds of prey – the hen harrier.
Results are just in for the eighth annual Big Farmland Bird Count with record numbers of participants taking part.
Scotland’s animal welfare charity is keen to find volunteers in Caithness to help transport injured wildlife.
A campaign by NFU Scotland promoting responsible dog-walking this Easter has been backed by the Kennel Club.
In an online plea, officers said dogs chasing livestock can do serious damage, and all incidents should be reported to them on 101.
Following a virtual AGM the Canisbay Show Committee have decided to postpone this year's July date with plans to go ahead later in the summer instead.