A solo sailor stranded in Sutherland has been “overwhelmed” by the support of Sutherland residents as he launches a crowdfunding appeal to help him set sail for home.
A team of police officers yesterday hit the streets of a Caithness village as part of a review into the mysterious death of a local man.
Timeline: Everything we know so far about the search for answers over the death of Stefan Sutherland
The appearance of more than a dozen detectives knocking on doors in the Caithness village of Lybster today will be a welcome sight for the family of Stefan Sutherland.
Police reviewing the death of a Highland man six years ago will conduct door-to-door inquiries in his home village today.
Caithness and Sutherland Vintage Vehicle Club has been saved from the chop after volunteers responded to a SOS to save the body which runs a popular car rally.
Live music, books and comedy will all form part of Lyth Arts Centre's (LAC) 2020 season.
The return of proposals for a seven turbine wind farm in Caithness have prompted angry and despairing responses from local residents who believe an industrial "ring of steel" is tightening its grip on their community.
Dozens of anglers made their way to the north over the weekend to mark the start of the new fishing season.
Youngsters from two far north pre-school groups are starring in a video to pay tribute to the community campaign which helped save their units from the chop.
The UK nuclear archive base in Wick yesterday scooped a major industry award after becoming the 10th in Scotland to be granted Accredited Archive Status.
Street Pastors could be patrolling the streets of Wick and Thurso on Friday and Saturday nights by the summer, the Church of Scotland has announced.
A Caithness woman is campaigning to make every school and nursery in Scotland have a policy to cover children who have potentially fatal food allergies.
The far north's main hospital is the first in the world to work towards a prestigious environmental standard.
Community groups in Caithness are being urged to apply for a slice of £10,000 funding.
Ideas on how best to revitalise the centre of Wick are to be firmed up at a brainstorming weekend later this month.
Highland Council has pledged to help address major issues concerning disability access to Thurso High School.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds will be ploughed into preserving threatened wildlife in the Highlands.
Police are appealing for information after a Highland church was damaged during an attempted break-in.
A north politician has been given hope that specialist medical teams could be flown to help deliver babies in the far north.
The bid to make the Flow Country a World Heritage Site has taken a major step forward.
Police are attending a one-vehicle crash on the A99 in Caithness.
A Cornish company wants to submit a planning application for two giant wind turbines in Caithness.
Psychiatric patient seeks meeting with health chiefs to discuss ‘series of failures’ as watchdog rules in his favour
Scotland's ombudsman has upheld the complaints of a north psychiatric patient who waited over five years for treatment from NHS Highland.
A Caithness prisoner who was jailed after he killed his friend in a car crash has won a legal battle as he seeks to be released.
A 12-year-old Caithness youngster has raised more than £400 to help Scotland’s animals by completing a 10-mile hike.
Ten witnesses the police failed to speak to: Revelation gives family of Caithness man cold case encouragement
At least 10 witnesses who could shed light on the death of 25-year-old Caithness man Stefan Sutherland were never interviewed, his family have been informed.
A far north mother is campaigning to improve safety for primary pupils catching the school bus on the trunk road in their home village.
‘I almost fainted when I went out onto the stage’: Jamie Stone on winning north seat by just 200 votes
Liberal Democrat Jamie Stone held onto his Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross - by just 204 votes.
The Liberal Democrats held onto its Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross seat - by 200 votes.
Dounreay’s operators have been rapped after a radioactive leak from the Caithness site.
A £1billion undersea energy cable to transmit renewable energy from the north of the Scotland to the rest of the country has been hailed as a "critical" part of the country's fight on climate change.
Organisers of Thurso’s Hogmanay street party have been given a timely boost after the town’s clock was restored to full working order.