The fire service has issued a wildfire warning after crews battled two large blazes in different parts of the Highlands at the weekend.
The parents of a teenager who suffered a burst blood clot in his leg while in class – resulting in it swelling to twice its normal size – last night praised medics who they claim saved his life.
Fire crews were called out to deal with a wildfire yesterday near the Castle of Mey in Caithness.
The Festival of Musuems was launched at Jupiter Artland, which is a new venue joining the festival for 2018, and where Joe Lawler, 7, and Flynn Robertson, 4, both of Edinburgh, came face to face with Mary Queen of Scots and a Jacobite warrior.
It makes looking for a needle in a haystack seem easy.
Hundreds of primary school pupils in the north are to come together this week to be trained in new roles as junior road safety officers for their schools.
Plans are progressing for a long-awaited sleeper rail service linking Caithness with the central belt.
A workshop which is part of the review into the redesign of Adult Health and Social Care Services in Caithness will take place this week.
A Caithness hospital is trialling a bluetooth system to track and monitor the whereabouts of its medical beds.
Not many acts travel south for shows in Inverness, but Caithness indie stars Neon Waltz are one of them and they play their biggest headline gig in the city next weekend.
A Highland hotel, on the market since December 2015, has had its asking price slashed to £3.9 million in a bid to attract a new buyer.
Regular visitors to the Caithness and Sutherland agricultural shows will have to choose between them this summer as they go ahead on the same day.
A Caithness youngster has donated her birthday money to a drive to improve safety for the far north mums who face marathon treks to take their new-borns home from hospital.
A 10 year-old Border Terrier is desperate for a new home after spending more than 140 days under the care of a Scottish welfare charity in Caithness.
A senior obstetrics consultant in the Highlands has revealed he has quit a crisis-hit hospital over a controversial pensions row.
North politicians have urged Royal Bank of Scotland to call a halt to proposed branch closures after the company announced a £792 million profit in the first three months of 2018.
When Cassandra Mcphee went into premature labour at 30 weeks in her Caithness home, she knew she faced a long journey for the care she needed.
They play in the exotic Andalucia region of Spain and hold claim to be the oldest football team in the country.
When there is a big employer in the area, families often work together - and it seems dogs are no exception.
NHS Highland yesterday outlined its plans to consult on its latest bid to revamp adult social care and health services in Caithness.
A campaign has been launched to improve mileage rates for volunteers driving patients to hospitals.
A Caithness woman was forced to make an eight-hour journey to give birth 260 miles from home because there was no specialist cot available at Raigmore.
Lawyers yesterday urged Highland Council to change its objections for its refusal of planning permission for a 19 turbine wind farm in Caithness.
A campaign in Caithness to locate every defibrillator in the county has got off to a good start with ten of the life-saving automated devices already identified.
Expectant mothers in Caithness have voiced concerns about their journey home from hospital after a baby suffered a seizure when driven less than two hours in a car seat.
The family of a Caithness man who died in a crash on the A9 while travelling home for Easter has spoken of their “overwhelming feeling of heartache.”
Police have named the man who died in a road accident on the A9 in Caithness last week as 37-year-old Duncan Mackay.
As the Queen prepares to celebrate her 92nd birthday this month, another Royal milestone has been reached at her mother’s former Scottish castle.
A 37-year-old man has died following a crash in Caithness.
Caithness has the highest prevalence of chronic diseases – including coronary heart and kidney disease – in Scotland, health chiefs have revealed.
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.