This week's photograph is of Coghill Bridge from the riverside walk at Wick, taken by Derek Bremner.
Caithness Horizons will reopen under a new name once coronavirus restrictions allow, Highland Council's Caithness committee heard on Thursday.
A rural business organisation has welcomed the introduction of a bill which would deal with dog attacks on livestock.
The new chairman of the Scottish Crofting Federation says there is much to do to fight for the future of crofting.
The Highlands could support around 400 wild lynx, according to a project which wants to hear people's views on reintroducing the species to Scotland.
Police in Wick are appealing for information after a door was damaged in an act of vandalism.
Kimberley Merry sent us this beautiful photograph from her back garden in Keiss, looking over to Keiss Castle.
Police have arrested and charged a man in connection with a sneak-in theft in Thurso and an incident where a male entered another address uninvited.
High routes in Sutherland were affected with hard-packed ice and snow this morning, Highland Council teams reported.
More than 3000 coronavirus cases have been detected across the NHS Highland area since the pandemic began.
A far north anti-wind farm campaigner is disappointed in a poll that showed only a slender majority in favour of halting further developments.
Three firefighters have had their retirements from the service marked with special presentations.
This week's photograph shows New Year's Day on Dunnet beach, from David Lindsay.
Highland Council says it is doing everything it can to keep roads and pavements clear and to help reduce pressure on the NHS this winter.
The fire station in Thurso is taking part in a trial to increase access to Covid testing in remote and rural areas.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a new £4.6 billion package of measures to help businesses through the lockdown.
A Wick firefighter who has served for more than 30 years has received recognition for his long service after retiring last year.
A selection of readers' photographs from around the county
Thurso's Chris Noble performs a snap turn at the top of a big wave during last weekend when conditions were ripe on the north coast.
Roads across the north are reported to be suffering from excess surface water after a couple of days of snow and ice.