CHAMBER COMMENT: Trudy Morris, of Caithness Chamber of Commerce, says every aspect of life will be affected by the move to a net-zero carbon economy
Part of a £250,000 brewery attraction has opened at a landmark site at John O'Groats, with a tasting room and visitor centre still to come.
Four services on the far north railway line are to be reinstated next week, it was announced today.
Physical distancing on trains and at stations will reduce to a minimum of one metre from Monday.
The leader of Highland Council has issued a call to all campers heading to the Highlands urging them to respect the environment they are visiting.
Highland Council announced today that additional materials will be accepted at many of its household waste recycling centres.
A group that is pushing to have an abattoir established in the far north has been awarded wind farm funds for a feasibility study on the matter.
Five new jobs are to be created in Wick following a £1.7 million investment in seaweed processing company New Wave Foods.
The lockdown locks grown over the last few months can now be cut after hairdressing salons and other businesses were allowed to reopen on Wednesday.
A total of 125 businesses across the north Highlands have now been supported by the Caithness Business Fund during the coronavirus crisis.
Union leader Davie Alexander is confident it will be "business as usual" at Dounreay following the news that the NDA will take over site operations.