An assurance has been given to residents in "the more remote areas" that they will not be forgotten amid Highland Council's coronavirus response.
Just one fixed penalty notice has been issued by police in the Highlands since they were given new powers to enforce coronavirus lockdown measures.
Irresponsible tourists looking to flout the coronavirus lockdown this Easter have been warned by an MP to stay away from the Highlands.
An isolation ward has been created at Caithness General Hospital as staff prepare to deal with coronavirus cases.
With various restrictions and guidelines to follow during the Covid-19 pandemic, queues are becoming a more common sight throughout Caithness.
Fifty further coronavirus deaths have been recorded in Scotland, taking the total to 126 since the outbreak began.
Highland MSP Rhoda Grant is appealing to employers "to think very carefully about the wellbeing of their workers at this difficult time”.
Volunteers at the foodbank centres in Wick and Thurso say they have been busier than ever during the coronavirus crisis.
Dounreay is responding to the Covid-19 crisis by donating safety equipment including masks and protective suits to be used by health service staff.
People in the north must not assume that 'because we are a rural area it will be fine', NHS Highland’s director of public health has warned.
Staff on Highland Council’s dedicated helpline have dealt with more than 1600 calls since the service went live last Wednesday.
A Caithness business leader has welcomed the support for self-employed people – but expressed concern that payments will not be available until June.