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The world famous John o’Groats signpost is under threat – from visitors who have covered it with stickers.
Midnight tennis-playing vandals have hit Thurso’s recently renovated tennis courts at Millbank.
A former fisherman has swapped his boat for a benchpress - overcoming depression in a bid to become the World’s Strongest Man.
‘Notes of hope’ will be placed across Caithness as part of Suicide Prevention Week, which starts on Monday.
A landslip next to the A9 near Helmsdale has sparked community fears that Caithness and north Sutherland could be completely cut off.
David-Lee Anderson, from Wick, was last seen at 8pm yesterday evening.
Highland head coach Davie Carson says his newly-promoted squad is ready to embrace the challenge that awaits them in National 2 this season.
Expectant mums and campaigners are piling renewed pressure on health bosses to review Caithness’s controversial maternity policy.
A pier at a Highland harbour was cordoned off yesterday after a crewman was stabbed aboard a fishing boat in the early hours.
A music festival in the North will honour a musician who died earlier this year in a road traffic collision.
NHS Highlands is calling on Caithness residents to give their views on the future of health provision in the far north.
Communities in the Highlands and islands are being encouraged to form voluntary emergency teams to help improve the chances of victims of heart attacks in the area.
A well-known Highland farmer who toiled over a 700-acre farm for decades has died at the age of 94.
The Duke of Rothesay saw history being made at the small Highland games near his far north holiday home at the Castle of Mey.
Campaign groups fighting the controversial downgrading of maternity units in both Caithness and Moray have revealed they are to join forces to fight the “centralisation” of services.
Prince Charles chatted with engineers and entrepreneurs yesterday as he arrived in Caithness for his annual stay.
The MV Priscilla cargo ship has arrived in Scapa Flow after it was refloated in a successful overnight salvage operation.
The crew of six on the freighter aground on rocks off Duncansby Head are hoping a renewed bid will be made to refloat the stricken vessel before the end of this week.
Battlelines are being drawn over plans to build a Premier Inn on a prominent site in Thurso.
A squad of Caithness footballers have flown out to Spain to play the country’s oldest professional team - formed in the 19th century by a Highland GP.
Tributes have been paid to a Wick man who died while diving off the Caithness coast.
Police are investigating a fresh outbreak of suspected vandalism on the historic Whaligoe Steps in Caithness.
A Highland man who fraudulently claimed thousands of pounds from rail companies has received a suspended sentence following a British Transport Police investigation.
Highland MSP Gail Ross is calling on the newly appointed health secretary to visit Caithness to experience for herself the strain being placed on NHS patients and staff in the region.
A Caithness woman has started a fundraising campaign to buy defibrillators amid concerns about “stretched” ambulance cover in Caithness after her father suffered a heart attack.
Supplier Cavendish Nuclear has announced today that it has signed two further framework deals with Dounreay nuclear site totalling £10 million.
A number of community clubs are looking for a new base after falling victim to a cull of Highland Council venues offering evening and weekend lets.
Campaigners are making a renewed appeal to buy more lay-back car safety seats for far north women who give birth in Raigmore Hospital.
A Wick householder has faced the music after a complaint about the late night noise he was making.
The far north is gradually weaning itself off its long-time dependence on Dounreay, according to a jobs creation thinktank.
A community archaeology team hopes that it has uncovered a previously unknown prehistoric settlement near Thurso.