North MSPs Maree Todd and Gail Ross have sent a message of encouragement to pupils, parents, teachers and staff ahead of the reopening schools.
Two sisters have been reflecting on a missed opportunity to get Paul McCartney's autograph when the ex-Beatle came to Caithness 50 years ago.
North Highland business leaders are calling on the Holyrood and Westminster governments to set up a growth fund to help the region's recovery.
Highland Council is warning that part-time flashing 20 mph signs around the region's schools will not be operating as normal when pupils go back.
Communities across Caithness are set for a busy spell on the horticultural front thanks to a project that will benefit the environment and wellbeing.
A demolition team has begun work on getting rid of a prominent eyesore building in Wick's High Street.
Wick and Thurso branches of M&Co remain open despite 47 stores closing throughout the UK.
Kevin McLeod's family have been told that the actions of the Crown Office, along with those of the police, will be investigated as part of a review.
Timber lorries could be a rarer sight on far north roads if a new pilot project involving Victa Railfreight proves successful.
Wick Academy players are bracing themselves for a fundraising fitness challenge that could turn into a major test of endurance.
Running and cycling a total of 740 miles within a week is the gruelling task being undertaken by a Caithness woman to raise money for charity.
School staff across the north are looking forward to welcoming children back to their classrooms, starting from next week.
A total of £500 has been handed over to the community café in Thurso to help it reopen following the easing of the coronavirus restrictions.
Highland Green MSP John Finnie has said tourists must be deterred from regarding Scotland as either a theme park or some sort of living museum.