With summer fully upon us – although the weather in recent weeks may suggest otherwise! – and the schools now on their summer break, many of us will be thinking about where we will be going on our holidays.
Caithness Chamber of Commerce
Pressure is mounting on ministers to stop "shilly-shallying" over a notorious stretch of Highland road and give a start date for work.
Labour’s David Stewart and Rhoda Grant are supporting constituents who want to see Wick air routes ring-fenced and protected for the future.
Scottish business chiefs reacted to the Budget with cautious support for some of the measures outlined by the chancellor - but also misgivings.
Work to finally improve a notorious road accident blackspot in the Highlands is expected to cost about £9million.
Major investment has been demanded for the north's busiest road after new figures revealed traffic has more than doubled in recent years.
Chancellor Philip Hammond faced an angry backlash yesterday in the Highlands and Islands, where thousands of people are set to be hit by his tax hike for self-employed workers.
A new move to make BT legally separate its Openreach network arm will fall short of delivering the benefits customers need, a Highland MP has warned.
Caithness has become the first region in Scotland to gain national recognition for its commitment to customer service to tourists.
North business leaders have called on the Scottish Government to prioritise improvements to a notorious A9 hairpin.