Thurso councillors think their ward has lost out on a council plan to create new social distancing paths and cycleways.
Wick among the places earmarked to benefit from a Highland-wide initiative to create safe walking and cycling pathways as a response to coronavirus.
The Clap for Our Carers in Wick last night was noisier than previous Thursdays thanks to Seacat catamarans in the harbour blasting their sirens.
Police in Caithness urge residents and businesses to be on their guard following recently reported phone frauds.
An optician chain with a branch in Wick has launched a new service for its older customers at home.
A distillery business has been kept busy supplying hand sanitiser for free distribution to the public in Caithness and north Sutherland.
A Thurso-based company is supplying the NHS with specialist batteries as an urgent requirement in the battle against Covid-19.
SPONSORED CONTENT: Staff at private sector firms have been doing their bit to help out communities across the country during the crisis.
A Latheron artist says that an article published in the John O'Groat Journal inspired her to raise money for the local branch of an animal charity.
SPONSORED CONTENT: How can Close Brothers Asset Finance help your business during the coronavirus crisis?
A Thurso-based taxi firm has taken extra precautionary measures to keep its drivers and customers safe from coronavirus infection.
CHAMBER COMMENT: Louise Sinclair of Sinclair Bay Subsea on the importance of resources such as the Chamber-led DYWNH initiative.