Thieves tried to break into the shop in a Caithness village.
It is hoped a Scandinavian touch will better prepare the Highlands for a jobs boom.
The first of 180 massive radioactive blocks of concrete have been removed from a Scottish nuclear "swimming pool."
A group which has campaigned against changes to maternity provision in Caithness has agreed to "set aside" their differences and work with NHS Highland.
UK nuclear records from 17 sites dating back to the 1940s will be on public show for the first time today at a new archive in Caithness.
One of the UK's top coastguards is flying north today to try to defuse a row which led to the resignation of an entire team of rescuers.
A renewable energy developer is appealing to the Scottish Government over a decision by Highland Council to refuse their plans to build 12 wind turbines in Caithness.
Specialist dive teams continued the search for a missing Aberdeenshire kayaker yesterday as police released images of the clothes he may have been wearing.
More than 90 jobs are expected to be created at Wick Harbour as part of the £10million spin-off from major offshore renewable energy contracts in the coming months.
Young professionals and their families are being discouraged from taking up prime jobs in Caithness amid fears over local health services, it has been claimed.
The Scottish Ambulance Service's north manager Milne Weir insisted it was committed to ensuring patients get the right resource at the right time, in line with a new "clinical response model."
A conservation charity dedicated to saving Scotland's endangered wildcat from extinction has announced plans for a new "safe haven" for the species in the far north.
Gordonians and Caithness are the new joint leaders in Caledonia 1 after Alloa surprisingly lost 35-0 to Glenrothes in Fife.
The scale of the operation involved in transporting hundreds of staff working to decommission Dounreay has been laid out by the nuclear facility.
Campaigners and health chiefs are to establish a working group to address serious concerns about the care of Caithness patients travelling 100 miles for hospital services in Inverness.
Highlands and Islands MSP Edward Mountain has challenged the health secretary over the growing concern about the viability of maternity services at Caithness.
Councillors will revisit a wind turbine proposal for Caithness later this week.
An offshore worker killed his best friend while road-testing his high performance car at speeds of more than 100mph.
Windfarm plans blown off course after world heritage vision for Flow Country not included in planning report
Two wind projects planned for the Highlands were blown off course yesterday by councillors.
Councillors have insisted that new transmission lines in Caithness are buried underground, potentially delaying the project.
A woman was airlifted to hospital at the weekend after falling 30ft from cliffs in Caithness.
Police have issued a security warning to residents in Caithness about potentially suspicious behaviour.
An Edinburgh man has appeared in court in Caithness accused of fire-raising in one of the Highland's most prestigious hotels.
Caithness head coach Tom McGee wants his players to use their recent stop-start schedule to their advantage.
The head of policy at the John Muir Trust has urged north councillors to next week reject revised proposals for a 24-turbine windfarm in Caithness.
An elderly man is feared dead after his remote Highland home was destroyed in a devastating fire.
A man has reportedly been killed in a serious house fire in the Highlands.
Calls are being made to speed up work on the upgrade of Berriedale Braes in Caithness.
Orkney and Shetland and the northern tip of the mainland are the areas being hit hardest by the southern fringe of the Boxing Day storm.
Dozens of women have been recalled for a repeat ultrasound because of concerns over the quality of scans at a Highland hospital.
A pensioner who claimed benefit totalling £17,000 to which he wasn't entitled, has been ordered to carry out 100 hours unpaid work in the community.
Workers at Dounreay are to begin balloting for industrial action amid an ongoing pay dispute.