Caithness would be the ideal place in Scotland to trial a short-range rail shuttle using battery-powered trains, according to a lobby group.
Hundreds of photographs capturing "all aspects of life" in Wick over the past five decades are to go on show.
Fort William, Wick, Strathpeffer… Comedian Alan Carr is bringing his new tour to the Highlands and islands
Funnyman Alan Carr is heading to the Highlands to play a score of gigs.
Police in Caithness are warning against anti-social behaviour after a spate of incidents in the last few weeks.
An independent investigation is to be launched into police handling of a death in the Highlands more than 20 years ago.
Police Scotland has asked for an independent review into the death of a man whose body was recovered from Wick Harbour more than 20 years ago.
A woman has been rescued after falling from a cliff and plunging into the North Sea.
A woman has been rescued after falling from a cliff on the north coast.
A date has been fixed for the trial of a Spanish skipper accused of stabbing his first mate on board their trawler at Scrabster harbour last year.
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.
NHS Highland faces more questions over the birth of twin boys 50 miles apart after admitting the experience was “unusually stressful” for the mother.
Police revoked one person's driving licence and issued three others with warnings as they performed random roadside eyesight checks in a north town.
People have gathered to hear proposals being considered for the regeneration of Wick, with more than 30 pledging to form a development trust to make sure the project comes to fruition.
Members of the public are to be asked their thoughts on how Highland town centres can be improved.
A 30-year-old man has been arrested and charged following an alleged serious assault in Wick. A 37-year-old suffered facial injuries in the incident on Kennedy Terrace at around 8pm last night. A police spokesman said: “The man will be reported to the Procurator Fiscal and is expected to appear at court in due course.”
A national pub chain will keep its branch in a Caithness town after fears it would close.
An ex-soldier who was part of an assault on an ambulance worker in a nightclub has narrowly avoided jail.
The impact of impending new parking restrictions in Wick’s Bridge Street will be the focus of a meeting called by local Highland Councillors as part of their drive to help breathe new life into the centre of the town.
A Highland businessman says he is being forced to shut up shop as plans for double yellow lines threaten his trade.
A Wick man has been found guilty of assaulting a woman and leaving her permanently scarred.
A north fisherman who admitted tax evasion of £42,500 was thrown a lifeline by a sheriff yesterday.
Capitalising on the North Coast 500 route, brightening up the town centre and giving it more of a purpose are all on the agenda for a north town.
Fire crews are continuing to battle a wildfire in Caithness this morning. Two crews were called to an area between Wick and Ackergill at around 11pm last night. A fire service spokeswoman said the crews remain on the scene this morning.
A man who set up a secret cannabis factory in his bedroom - and was caught by a single leaf being spotted outside his home - has avoided jail.
A north "ghost town" is to have new life breathed into it as local councillors unite to hold a public meeting.
The findings of the latest police probe into the “unexplained” death of Kevin Mcleod in Caithness are still being considered by the Crown Office – six months after being submitted by detectives.
A team of volunteers in the north has made such a difference to one of the graveyards on which it has worked that they are planning to take on an even bigger challenge.
New jobs coming on stream at the national archive centre in Wick are helping counter the town’s long-term image as an unemployment blackspot.
For 16 years, the Wick branch of Wetherspoons has lauded the achievements of a son of the parish who became a renowned 19th century inventor.
A man required hospital treatment after being attacked in a Highland town.
An eerie silence fell over Hoy in Orkney yesterday and flags at lifeboat stations around the country were lowered to half-mast as eight crew members of the tragic Longhope Lifeboat disaster were commemorated after half a century.
A Highlands MSP has claimed the government's green credentials are making him see red.