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.
A woman who claims she endured 10 years of bullying at a government agency says she has been moved by global messages of support since taking her employers to tribunal.
A motorcyclist has died two weeks after a crash in Caithness.
A motorcyclist has died following a one-vehicle collision on the A836 outside Caithness.
An eight year-old boy from Caithness has become the youngest climber ever to reach the peak of the Old Man of Hoy sea stack.
One Highland patient is at last to see a clinical psychologist after a frustrating three-year wait – but must travel 7,500 miles over the next six months to make the appointments.
Caithness athlete Andrew Douglas has returned from a spell of altitude training in Colorado and is ready to tackle the most important mountain running race of the domestic season so far at Sedbergh, Cumbria on Saturday.
A voluntary group is stepping up its efforts to safeguard the future of one the far north’s oldest buildings by lodging a bid to take it over.
The family of a frail 82-year-old have told of their year-long fight to get thousands of pounds of her money back from an energy company.
The fire service has issued a wildfire warning after crews battled two large blazes in different parts of the Highlands at the weekend.
The parents of a teenager who suffered a burst blood clot in his leg while in class – resulting in it swelling to twice its normal size – last night praised medics who they claim saved his life.
Fire crews were called out to deal with a wildfire yesterday near the Castle of Mey in Caithness.
The Festival of Musuems was launched at Jupiter Artland, which is a new venue joining the festival for 2018, and where Joe Lawler, 7, and Flynn Robertson, 4, both of Edinburgh, came face to face with Mary Queen of Scots and a Jacobite warrior.
It makes looking for a needle in a haystack seem easy.
Hundreds of primary school pupils in the north are to come together this week to be trained in new roles as junior road safety officers for their schools.
Plans are progressing for a long-awaited sleeper rail service linking Caithness with the central belt.
A workshop which is part of the review into the redesign of Adult Health and Social Care Services in Caithness will take place this week.
A Caithness hospital is trialling a bluetooth system to track and monitor the whereabouts of its medical beds.
Not many acts travel south for shows in Inverness, but Caithness indie stars Neon Waltz are one of them and they play their biggest headline gig in the city next weekend.
A Highland hotel, on the market since December 2015, has had its asking price slashed to £3.9 million in a bid to attract a new buyer.