A number of roads across the far north were affected by overnight snow this morning.
Road surfaces in the far north are reported to be icy this morning after another night of sub-zero temperatures in the Highlands.
The Moray East wind farm took a decisive step towards completion at the end of December as the final 'jacket' was put in place in the Moray Firth.
A man reported missing in Thurso on Monday has been found.
Police are appealing for information about a man who has been reported missing in Thurso.
With tens of millions of pounds having been paid to energy firms to switch off turbines, we ask if you want a stop to new wind farms in the far north
The Scottish Government will not be publishing its daily coronavirus statistics over the four-day holiday weekends at Christmas and New Year.
Caithness FM's annual Toy Appeal will this year help give a gift to more than 300 disadvantaged children across the county.
Nurseries and childcare settings are being urged to apply for Scottish Government funding to help children take part in outdoor learning.
People living in tier four areas should stay at home as much as possible, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The Scottish Government says it aims to have all children back in schools for face-to-face learning from January 18.
Health teams are urging the public to remain vigilant over Christmas after an eighth case was confirmed of a coronavirus outbreak in the Highlands.
Jamie Stone has urged Nicola Sturgeon to review her decision to place the Highlands in lockdown along with the rest of mainland Scotland.
The rate of coronavirus in the NHS Highland area remained relatively low after the announcement that the area would be put into tier four.
One kilogram of cannabis has been recovered from a van at a Caithness ferry terminal.
Roads in Wick and Castletown will be temporarily closed next week to allow repairs to take place.
Members of Thurso Camera Club were treated to two special guests during their November meetings.
Police say a man has been arrested and charged after a disturbance that took place near Lybster Primary School on Thursday morning.
NHS Highland recorded three new cases of Covid-19 on Sunday when the figures for the latest 24-hour period were released.
Pupils at a Caithness primary school have been crunching their way through crisps – to help out a homelessness cause.