The Scottish SPCA appeals to trap and snare operators to fulfil their legal welfare obligation of not causing unnecessary suffering.
Ferry company Serco NorthLink has issued a “stay at home” message to non-essential travellers during the coronavirus emergency.
During the uncertainty and isolation of the Covid-19 outbreak Highland Council is giving advice for individuals offering their time to help others.
A call was made today for the Scottish Government to reveal the number of coronavirus cases in the far north.
A reminder has been given about outdoor access rights after "misleading" signs were put up claiming that paths and access routes are closed.
Ten further coronavirus cases have been confirmed across the Highlands as the number of new diagnoses in Scotland rose by 268.
Gail Ross and Jamie Stone said they were shocked to hear Boris Johnson had been taken into intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.
Council tenants are being sent a bulletin with advice about a range of coronavirus issues, from accessing housing support to how to avoid scams.
Three cases of confirmed Covid-19 have been treated at Caithness General Hospital over the past two weeks, the John O'Groat Journal has learned.
Caithness wildlife photographer Karen Munro was given the ultimate treat during lockdown when a pod of killer whales swam by for a visit.
A Thurso woman's crowdfunder appeal for emergency medical equipment has exceeded her initial expectations with over £3000 above the initial target.