A man who set fire to a Santa’s grotto in Caithness was yesterday branded “irresponsible” by the investigating officer.
A vast Caithness estate where the Queen Mother sought solace after the death of King George VI – and which offers massive potential for tourist development in the north - is up for auction for almost £1million.
A leading independent nuclear expert has called for increased monitoring of a Caithness beach after an “alarming” radioactive fragment was found.
Highland Council has stepped up patrols in Caithness in a bid to tackle littering, fly-tipping and dog fouling.
Highland Council is preparing to make a special case for extra capital funding to repair roads affect by winter weater as drifting snow continued to close routes in parts of the north yesterday,
Patients in Caithness were able to consult with clinicians during the atrocious weather brought by the Beast from the East thanks to the trial of video consulting technology.
Health chiefs were forced to request a snow plough escort to transport a sick three-week-old baby down the A9 in treacherous weather conditions.
The main route through the north was closed yesterday, effectively cutting off the Far North, as massive snow drifts caused chaos courtesy of the Beast from the East.
Thousands of pupils across the Highlands and Moray spent yesterday at home as the Beast from the East brought plunging temperatures, school closures and travel disruption to the north.
A 26 year-old man has been charged after cocaine worth more than £3000 was seized by police in Caithness.
Police in Caithness are warning drivers about the dangers of speeding after a vehicle was caught travelling in excess of 100mph in the county.
It has a Viking past and it seems a Norse future.
The Princess Royal is to next month open a unique £20m nuclear archive in Caithness.
A green energy trade body has warned Scottish floating wind farm projects are at risk unless the UK Government makes a “simple, minor change”.
Caithness police are investigating two thefts of diesel at a property in Upper Thrumster off the A99 south of Wick.
Health campaigners and a whistle blowing doctor claim his concerns about controversial changes maternity care in Caithness were “buried” by his bosses at NHS Highland.
People in Caithness are being invited to public exhibition sessions to learn about E.ON's plans to develop the Camster II wind farm.
A far north pensioner has told how she is forced to make a 200-mile round trip every month for a 15-minute hospital appointment.
More than 1,700 pupils began the working week off school as overnight snow showers caused disruption across the north.
VIDEO: Caithness pensioner makes a heartfelt appeal to Nicola Sturgeon and Shona Robison over her health struggles
A Caithness pensioner who has been travelling to Inverness for her hospital appointments has delivered a heartfelt message to first minister Nicola Sturgeon and health secretary Shona Robison.
A long-awaited sleeper rail service linking Caithness with the central belt will move the county forward and enhance tourism to the north, according to Highland Council’s Conservative transport spokesman.
Working diligently from her Caithness home, Mirissa Efemey is researching, writing and producing the 14th edition of her very own magazine.
Police in Caithness are appealing for information after a theft from a house in the Angus Court area of Thurso.
A full business case on the economic benefits – including tourism impacts – of a sleeper rail service linking Caithness with the central belt is to be investigated.
More than 100 Caithness residents voted to hand out over £15,000 to eleven good causes.
Construction of the £2.6billion Beatrice windfarm, in the Outer Moray Firth, is powering ahead towards a goal of generating its first electricity this summer, the development’s project manager has said.
A fully dedicated trolley service is being put back on track on the Far North Line between Inverness and Caithness, ScotRail bosses confirmed yesterday.
A minor injuries unit in the north is temporarily suspending overnight services once again due to staff shortages.
Mainland Britain’s most northerly whisky maker is exporting to 27 countries just two years after it started selling its products, the firm has said.
The owners of a family-run micro distillery have joined forces with local conservationists to boost stocks of wild juniper on mainland Britain’s most northerly peninsula.
A Scottish charity is aiming to put Caithness on the tourist map by re-creating a historic Broch in the north.
Police are appealing for information after a woman was assaulted by another driver during an incident in Thurso.