A resident from John O’Groats has written to the Duke of Rothesay following plans to abolish direct bus services to several villages in the north.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service remain in attendance at a serious forest fire about 10 miles to the south of Wick.
Police in Caithness are appealing to the public for information after a shop in Wick was broken into early yesterday morning.
Upland Resources has announced plans to raise £3 million to help pay for the costs of drilling a 250 million barrel prospect in the Moray Firth.
The family of a “kind-hearted” north oil worker have been left heartbroken after he died from contracting malaria while working in west Africa.
A walrus who has delighted nature lovers by touring the north coast appears to be returning home to the arctic.
A walrus has been delighting nature lovers in recent months as it completes its own unique version of the North Coast 500.
A walrus who has stunned nature lovers by embarking on a tour of Scotland has delighted animal enthusiasts in Wick by surfacing in the far north town this evening.
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.
A bright, sunny day allowed RBS staff to leave the door open for customers arriving at the bank’s Bridge Street branch in Wick yesterday.
The Oil and Gas Authority has approved two farm-in deals on a licence in the Moray Firth.
Highland taxi drivers are to be cut some slack in their region-wide Knowledge test.
Corallian Energy has made a move to hire a rig for the drilling of the Wick prospect in the Moray Firth.
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.
Good progress is being made on a drive to preserve a war memorial in Wick which was in danger of being levelled.
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.
Police probing the mysterious death of 24-year-old Kevin Macleod at Wick Harbour 21 years ago are to interview 15 potential witnesses following new information being provided in the case.
A day care service in the Highlands has been recognised as one of the leading facilities of its kind in the country after being nominated for a prestigious award by their ‘proud’ manager.
Worthy north and north-east projects which help troubled youngsters, feed the homeless and provide exercise sessions for poorly pensioners have been nominated in the Scottish Charity Awards.
A jealous thug was jailed for 40 months yesterday after he attacked a man in his home twice on the same day - attacking him so violently he left a knife tip embedded in his arm.
Two fire crews were in attendance at a dwelling fire in Wick on Monday.
Three north and north-east businesses are among 10 Scottish companies celebrating success in the latest round of Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.
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.
A community project in the Highlands has secured a £150,000 funding boost from the National Lottery.
North community leaders have erupted in fury after it emerged that RBS will slash its mobile bank van services amid a raft of branch closures.
The Scottish Ambulance Service has announced the employment of nine new paramedics in the north as part of a £500,000 investment with NHS Highland.
The family of electrician Kevin Mcleod last night demanded a murder probe be immediately launched – 21 years after police failed to act upon an order for such an investigation following his death at Wick Harbour.
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.”
A far north town was almost wiped from the map by the Nazis during World War II, a local historian believes.
A man who set fire to Santa’s grotto was jailed for eight months by a sheriff who said the crime was “as miserable as it gets”.