A small fishing vessel was rescued this morning after running aground off the Caithness coast.
Action is planned to resolve long-standing road safety fears for pupils at a Thurso primary school.
Police have arrested two teenage boys following a disturbance in Thurso this evening.
Organisers of the Highlands Surf Festival are confident it will return next year after this year’s event was hit by a late cancellation.
Volunteers from the Thurso RNLI crew will appear on TV tomorrow as part of the series Saving Lives at Sea.
One of Scotland’s leading distilleries has appointed a woman as master whisky maker for the first time in its near 200 year history.
Police have launched an appeal for information after a break-in at a north golf club during the weekend.
Caithness addict who was once a champion surfer jailed for 17 years for murdering friend over £40 drug debt
A court has heard a Caithness drug addict who murdered his friend was a champion surfer who could have pursued a lucrative career in the sport.
North Highland College UHI marked its 60th anniversary with a special awards ceremony in Thurso.
A Caithness man who killed a friend in a row over a £40 debt is facing a life sentence.
A new surfing centre has opened in Caithness.
Highland councillors have given the seal of approval to four community asset transfers across the region.
A church clock in Thurso has stopped - with lightning or a power surge thought to be to blame.
An Inverness firm of architects is expanding across the Highlands.
‘Do we have to wait until someone gets seriously injured before something is done?’ – Concerns over Caithness clifftop path
Highland Council is being pressed to improve safety at a popular clifftop path on Thurso’s seafront.
A Caithness-based contemporary artist and jewellery designer has expanded her home business and opened a new studio and workshop in Thurso, following support from Business Gateway Highland.
Caithness would be the ideal place in Scotland to trial a short-range rail shuttle using battery-powered trains, according to a lobby group.
A fledgling whisky venture in Thurso has won the best in show award and a double gold medal in a major international spirits competition.
Surfers have celebrated the opening of a new base at Thurso, overlooking the town’s world-famous reef break.
It was the unsolved crime of the century, and still the subject of many theories, studies and films.
Caithness community representatives are keen to establish who owns the clifftop walk along the Thurso beachfront.
A historic former parish church, once the home of John Knox's daughter, has been put up for sale.
A group of far north volunteers are doing their bit to reduce the blight of plastic waste on their coastline.
Highland Council is inviting communities to offer their thoughts and opinions on a draft strategy to improve five town and village centres in Caithness and east Sutherland.
Members of the public are to be asked their thoughts on how Highland town centres can be improved.
A 53-year-old Caithness woman who drove her car with a man holding onto the bonnet was ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work yesterday.
A landmark building in Caithness is to be saved with a substantial cash injection, Highland councillors have agreed.
Highland Council chief executive Donna Manson has been accused of ‘betraying’ parents after some pupils attending an autism unit in Thurso were told they will have to move.
Firefighters remained at the scene of a large wildfire in Sutherland last night in an ongoing effort to prevent “absolute devastation”.
Power supply wiped out as wildfires grip the north and close a section of busy North Coast 500 route
A wildfire in the far north yesterday wiped out the power supply to locals within the vicinity and even forced the closure of a section of the North Coast 500.
Four fire crews are currently in attendance at a wildfire near to Thurso, where three firefronts have been reported.
A north charity that has helped thousands of people in to work over the past 25 years has been forced to suddenly close its doors, resulting in 17 job losses and a “huge hole” in service provision.