Highland Council will keep providing school meals through e-vouchers during the Easter break, recognising the difficulties facing many families.
The Society of Caithness Artists has launched a new website aimed at keeping local artists informed about its annual exhibition in Thurso.
An organisation promoting tourism in Caithness and Sutherland is rising to the challenges the industry faces due to Covid-19.
MSP David Stewart fears many businesses in the Highlands and Islands will go under because of the approach being taken by banks and some insurers.
An assurance has been given to residents in "the more remote areas" that they will not be forgotten amid Highland Council's coronavirus response.
Learning and childcare hubs for the children of key workers will remain open over the Easter holidays, it has been confirmed.
The B876 Reiss/Castletown road was closed for a time today after a car hit a hydro pole at the bends near the Poolhoy turn-off.
Just one fixed penalty notice has been issued by police in the Highlands since they were given new powers to enforce coronavirus lockdown measures.
Irresponsible tourists looking to flout the coronavirus lockdown this Easter have been warned by an MP to stay away from the Highlands.
Many hands make light work and that certainly is the case at Toftcarl Farm, near Wick, where cousins are busy helping out with the seasonal chores.
An isolation ward has been created at Caithness General Hospital as staff prepare to deal with coronavirus cases.