OPINIONS and ideas over electric transport uptake are being sought by Highland Council at a series of special events to mark Scotland's Climate Week.
Highland Council is seeking final feedback from the public on British Telecom’s proposal to remove 107 public payphones from across the region.
A mother from the Dunnet area talked about her 'disappointment and frustration' over current restrictions in force at Thurso Leisure Centre.
Highland Council looks set to reject a controversial shake-up of wards that drew almost universal condemnation for undermining local democracy.
Businesses in the north could face 'serious challenges' when the UK government's furlough scheme comes to an end next month.
Caithness not included in £980,000 funding package
Caithness councillors hear about "the exciting new steps" for the pioneering MeyGen tidal energy project in the Pentland Firth.
Wick High School Parent Forum and Parent Council AGM will be held on Monday, Sept 7 at 7pm.
Local councillors have contributed £500 each to three Caithness groups to help with their Covid-19 community support.
Local people have expressed their feelings about the copious amounts of grass and weeds growing on the streets of Wick.
A Thurso school teacher said she was in 'shock' after the problems experienced in trying to get a Covid-19 test.
Swimmers and gym users have been given the go-ahead to return to Wick's East Caithness Community Facility from Monday morning.