Wind farm developers have sparked fury after revealing plans to extend a controversial Highland development – which has gone through two public inquiries – before construction even begins.
Caithness team manager Garry Anderson is adamant his side still have time to avoid relegation to Caledonia 1.
Glass artists in Caithness, printmakers in Aberdeen and creatives in Inverness will throw open their doors to showcase their work later this month.
A crack squad of retired senior detectives has been assembled to investigate “every avenue” surrounding the unsolved death of a north man.
A Caithness youngster is battling a rare form of cancer - which was discovered when she began snoring "horrendously".
Freak conditions could produce torrential downpours for parts of the north and north-east this weekend, with some areas expecting up to three inches of rain.
The new operator on the Caithness and Inverness scheduled bus route has revealed plans to put on an extra daily run.
The most environmentally-friendly ferry enters service today on a route connecting Orkney with the Scottish mainland.
Japanese nuclear industry bosses to learn lessons from multi-million-pound Dounreay decommissioning project
A Highland councillor has forged links with Japanese nuclear industry bosses to share knowledge of the multi-million pound Dounreay decommissioning project.
A north Highland MP has called for urgent action to stem the dramatic rundown of bank branches in his constituency.
Seven good causes in east Caithness have shared £1,300 from the operators of a community wind farm benefit fund via a popular vote.
A Caithness village store is proving its green credentials by stocking environmentally-friendly milk bottles.
A civil servant who claimed to be the victim of cruel office pranks has been accused of gross misconduct.
A plan to apply a controversial tourist tax in the north has been rejected by business leaders.
A loving home is being sought for a Jack Russell terrier.
Most environmentally-friendly ferry service in Scotland delivered as new ship to serve Orkney arrives
A new £14million mega-ship - deemed the country's most environmentally friendly - arrive in Orkney ahead of serving passengers travelling between the islands and the Scottish mainland.
The operators of Scotland’s national museum are being encouraged to rethink the way they portray the Dounreay nuclear site.
North man’s Tesco query is delivering the goods: Delight as Tesco agrees to deliver to communities delivery vans pass on trial basis
A Sutherland man has welcomed news from supermarket giant Tesco that it will begin delivering groceries to his postcode.
A cargo boat was left stranded for a week in the Pentland Firth off Caithness after the night-time watch officer was distracted by watching music videos on his mobile phone.
Residents of Wick are being urged to get involved in a newly launched drive to breathe new life into the centre of the historic royal burgh.
Police are launching a cold case review into a second young man's death in Caithness.
An exhibition in Caithness to celebrate the iron-age roundhouses has been called Brochtober.
A Caithness man who had sex with a young teenage girl has been jailed for more than three years and banned from contacting her and any other women in her family for seven years.
Caithness residents have expressed their shock after a stone information panel at one of their ancient monument sites was vandalised.
Respected Caithness minister Ronald Johnstone has died aged 73.
Firefighters serving Caithness were finally housed in a station at Wick exactly 50 years ago – a momentous occasion celebrated at the weekend on a sunny open day at its base.
The new Moderator of the Church of Scotland is to visit the homeland of his descendants in Caithness for a week.
A Caithness port was yesterday transformed into a pre-war Falkland Islands port for filming of the hit series The Crown.
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.