First details of a £100million development of Wick Harbour have been revealed.
Cafe seats are being used to keep clothes dry in swimming pool changing rooms at the new Wick Campus as no seats or coat hooks have been installed.
Caithness campaigners warned NHS bosses yesterday that "the gloves are off" in their battle against health reforms.
A Caithness care home team has been shortlisted for this year's Scottish Social Services Awards for its innovative approach to how they treat residents.
Pupils and staff have finally moved into their new multi-million school complex in Wick.
Police have issued an appeal for information after a home in Wick was broken into.
Here are three stories that you may have missed from Wick Sheriff Court this week.
A Wick woman is to stand trial in the summer on charges of assaulting a police officer, obstructing him in the course of his inquiries and behaving in a threatening or abusive manner.
A man who walked away from a fire in his council flat to go drinking was jailed for 22 months at Wick Sheriff Court yesterday.
Plans to refurbish a landmark north lighthouse built by the uncle of author Robert Louis Stevenson have been unveiled.
More than 500 former hospital patients joined an unusual photoshoot yesterday to air their affection for their local health service - but also their fears for its future.
Vandals have caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to a Caithness school just days after it closed its doors for the final time.
Man told teen to hide in cupboard after having sex with her when her mother came to his door, court hears
A mother told a court yesterday of how a man she knew had sex with her 14-year old daughter.
A man turned up as firemen were fighting an outbreak at his council home in Wick - a fire he was responsible for.
Highland health chiefs have dropped Alzheimer Scotland as a day care provider in Wick and Thurso.
Highland health chiefs provoked fury last night by announcing the "temporary" closure of an emergency care unit at a hospital in Caithness.
Police in Wick are investigating a suspected wilful fire raising incident in the town.
The family of Wick man Kevin McLeod have voiced their fury at the news that Scotland's murder squad will take no further action after re-examining his unexplained death.
Councillors gave their blessing yesterday for a new electricity substation in Caithness that is considered a key link in the chain transmitting power produced by renewable energy projects.
Highland Council has confirmed April 26 as the moving in date for the new Wick Campus, following several delays.
An area of Wick Harbour was cordoned off after a vehicle fire in an industrial unit.
Firefighters are tackling a blaze within a warehouse near Wick Harbour.
Police who raided Richard Matthews' house uncovered a small cannabis cultivation enterprise.
A man who beat a young joiner with an iron bar in a north town street has been found guilty by a jury of the attack.
The driver of a car which struck a pedestrian at a Wick garage was so concerned about it that he later gave her a bunch of flowers as well as an apology.
A man who attempted to hijack a woman's car and violently resisted police trying to arrest him, was yesterday jailed for thirty months.
A group which has campaigned against changes to maternity provision in Caithness has agreed to "set aside" their differences and work with NHS Highland.
UK nuclear records from 17 sites dating back to the 1940s will be on public show for the first time today at a new archive in Caithness.
Historic buildings at Wick harbour have been sold to be used as a base for the Beatrice windfarm.
A Scot has told how he became a rescuer in a crash during a holiday to Thailand.
A speeding motorist who killed his friend after he lost control of a high-performance car was jailed for six years and four months today.