A jury yesterday heard conflicting claims about a violent fracas in the wheelhouse of a fishing boat berthed at Scrabster harbour.
New Caithness head coach George Sutherland is determined to overcome the geographical challenges that await the Thurso outfit, who begin their National 3 campaign at home to Ardrossan Academicals tomorrow.
It was the meeting place for generations of Caithness folk - as long as you were hardy enough to brave the cold.
A group of Unesco volunteers have spent the last month removing more than 30,000 tree saplings and welcoming people to see the wonders of the Flow County in the very north of Scotland.
Researchers are embarking on a year-long study to investigate the scientific damage of a wildfire that took days to extinguish.
North Coast 500: Police ‘disappointed’ by high number of driving offences detected during three-day crackdown
Police say they are 'disappointed' after discovering scores of driving offences during days of action on the North Coast 500 route this week.
Kevin Mcleod investigation: Second fatal accident inquiry could be held into circumstances of Highland man’s death
A second fatal accident inquiry could be held into the circumstances of a mysterious death of a 24-year-old man Caithness man.
A Caithness man who killed a friend in a row over a £40 debt is facing a life sentence.
Highland Council has allocated £4.2m for capital investment for projects in the Caithness area.
A £75,000-a-year fire chief is being sought at Dounreay nuclear power plant in Caithness.
Part of the vital A9 route north was blocked in both directions earlier today following a crash between a lorry and a car towing a caravan.
The Scottish mainland’s most northerly arts venue has doubled its audience figures and attributes that success to working in partnership and refusing to patronise audiences.
A heavyweight show of strength in the north saw plenty of competitors - but for one man in his category, no-one turned up to take on his challenge.
A new surfing centre has opened in Caithness.
A boy who plunged down 15ft between rocks in Caithness thanked emergency services, after it was revealed medics saved his foot.
A couple who farm within sight of two Caithness windfarms say their health is being compromised by the constant noise of turbines.
A Caithness arts extravaganza featured an array of storytelling sessions and craft activities - and even offered visitors to chance to brew up some nettle tea.
One of the worst fishing disasters in Scotland will be remembered at a special commemoration in Wick next weekend.
A church clock in Thurso has stopped - with lightning or a power surge thought to be to blame.
A Caithness businessman has spoken of his devastation after seeing his family-run firm’s processing plant reduced to a shell by fire.
Politicians and development chiefs yesterday welcomed the green light for the £17 million redevelopment of the St Ola pier in Scrabster.
Scotland’s biggest wind farm was opened yesterday by the Duke of Rothesay in Wick, in the north-east of the country.
Highland communities are in line to benefit from a share of more than £650,000 in the latest distribution of awards by a partnership windfarm fund.
Prince Charles has bottled a specially engraved whisky at the UK mainland’s most northerly distillery.
Caithness and Sutherland, in the far north of Scotland, is home to one of the world’s last wild places.
The Duke of Rothesay is to visit the UK mainland’s most northerly distillery as part of a visit to the Highlands.
A third site has emerged as a contender for the new primary health and social care base in Wick.
A Caithness-based contemporary artist and jewellery designer has expanded her home business and opened a new studio and workshop in Thurso, following support from Business Gateway Highland.
A Caithness community is to consult locals on how best to use the money brought in by wind farms.
Ministry of Defence chiefs are pledging that community representatives in Caithness will be fully consulted over the wind-down of the Vulcan naval submarine test base.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeeman has pledged a “comprehensive response” to concerns about the birth of twin babies 50 miles apart in Golspie and Inverness.
Stagecoach is facing competition on its X99 scheduled bus service between Caithness and Inverness.