Efforts have begun to secure funding for urgent repairs to a storm-damaged harbour wall at Wick amid fears that a collapse would be a "catastrophe".
Ten out of the 11 most dangerous single-carriageway sections of the A9 are north of Inverness, new figures have revealed.
A Caithness councillor is calling on an animal rescue charity to rethink its "shocking" decision to close its far north centre near Dounreay.
Victim had tried to intervene after seeing a fight while out socialising with his brother.
A Thurso woman got the shock of her life as she crossed the finishing line in Saturday's Celtman extreme triathlon event – when her partner proposed!
A serious fire tore through a derelict building in Wick's Grant Street on Wednesday night as firefighters were called to two blazes in the area.
The couple who own a Thurso building that saw tons of sandstone blocks fall from its roof say they are devastated - but grateful that no one was hurt.
A £9 milllion investment in maternity services at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness has been described as a big worry for women and mothers in Caithness.
Dounreay's operators are expected to reveal a significant extension to the expected completion date for the decommissioning of the site.
Caithness was put at the front and centre of the conversation after the three candidates vying to be the next first minister were quizzed.
As I write this, I’m wearing three layers and a scarf, with a hot water bottle stuffed up my jumper.
Initiative could being "positive changes for all," says Highland Council leader
In case it’s important for you to know this, I am a woman, and I am a trans ally.
The anti-atomic energy group Nuclear Free Local Authorities has been accused of meddling and staging “closed door briefings” in the Highlands
There’s an image of Banksy’s that I used as my screensaver for a while, and it came to mind again this week.
You’ll have heard the news then? One of two new green freeports for Scotland will be in the Cromarty Firth and Inverness area.
A community group has vowed to fight plans for some of the tallest turbines in the UK on "one of the few remaining untouched areas" around Watten.
Far north MP Jamie Stone has welcomed news that the Highlands is expected to be selected for one of two so-called green freeports in Scotland.
“The Kessock Bridge is closed due to a police incident”. How often have those words been shared recently?
I HATE the phrase ‘good riddance’, but I’ll not be sorry to see the back of 2022.