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There has been one additional confirmed case of coronavirus in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.
Shoppers in Caithness have been asking when the Argos store in Wick Retail Park will reopen after remaining closed since the start of lockdown.
As more companies get back to work, we look at how the financial support is helping firms across the nation to adapt, innovate and protect jobs.
Reports in some newspapers stating that the Wick branch of JD Wetherspoon was one of 16 earmarked for closure have been dismissed as "fake".
Scotland’s lockdown is being eased for outdoor hospitality, self-catering accommodation and the distance people can travel further than five miles.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed that the weekly death toll from Covid-19 has fallen for the ninth week in a row.
With this week's announcement that smaller shops and outdoor markets are allowed to reopen there was a noticeable buzz in Wick town centre.
The UK Government has launched a campaign to shine a light on businesses and employees across the country.
The plan set out by Boris Johnson for the UK's economic recovery in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic has been condemned as "vomit" by Jamie Stone.
A band of more than 40 volunteers have been busy during lockdown making around 900 items of protective clothing for local health workers.
A charity for fishermen has highlighted the impact the coronavirus epidemic is having on the industry – and says it is there to help.