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”.
Patients in Caithness were able to consult with clinicians during the atrocious weather brought by the Beast from the East thanks to the trial of video consulting technology.
A Wick teenager has been accused of falsely claiming to police she had been assaulted on a Thurso bridge.
The mother of a 24-year-old electrician who drowned at Wick Harbour – and who she believes was murdered – has made an emotional appeal to the First Minister to step in and help “find justice” for her son after 21 years.
A 26 year-old man has been charged after cocaine worth more than £3000 was seized by police in Caithness.
Police in Caithness are warning drivers about the dangers of speeding after a vehicle was caught travelling in excess of 100mph in the county.
Clach manager Iain Polworth is keen build on Wednesday’s impressive 3-2 Highland League victory against Brora Rangers today when his side travels to Wick on league business.
Protests were held over proposed RBS branch closures yesterday after the banking giant revealed it had turned a profit for the first time in a decade.
Councillors have given the green light to introduce a 20mph speed limit in Wick to protect the safety of children walking and cycling to and from school.
A double rapist was finally brought to justice yesterday after his trial went ahead at the third attempt.
Caithness police are investigating two thefts of diesel at a property in Upper Thrumster off the A99 south of Wick.
People in Caithness are being invited to public exhibition sessions to learn about E.ON's plans to develop the Camster II wind farm.
A top level internal police probe has been launched by the Chief Inspector of Constabulary in Scotland into the handling of the mysterious death of a 24-year-old electrician at Wick Harbour 21 years ago.
The family of a man whose body was recovered from Wick Harbour have appealed for the local community’s help on the 21st anniversary of his death.
A Wick guest house owner has spoken of her shock at being the first on the scene after a car went into the town’s harbour.
Police have recovered a car from Wick Harbour after it plunged into the water.
A man was in a serious condition in hospital last night after being rescued from the sea after a car plunged into Wick Harbour.
A man has been pulled from the water and is in a serious condition in hospital after a car reportedly plunged into Wick Harbour.
A Caithness family have been left devastated after their beloved cat was killed just yards from their home.
He has led Wick Harbour Authority through enormous development, while working full time and volunteering for a local historic fishing vessel.
A mother is looking for answers after her son was found dead on the railway line near Wick on Christmas Day.
Kevin McLeod’s parents are now demanding a public inquiry or an investigation by an outside force following the unreserved apology from Police Scotland’s acting chief.
The family of a man whose body was recovered from Wick Harbour more than 20 years ago have received a personal apology from Police Scotland Deputy Chief Constable Iain Livingstone.
A north charity is bringing the area’s teenagers and pensioners together in an effort to combat loneliness in old age.