Highland school pupils are to be given vouchers in place of free school meals if they are asked to self-isolate during term time.
Staff of the Care and Learning Alliance have been praised for working tirelessly and making it a successful year for the organisation.
Pupils at Crossroads Primary School were given the opportunity to talk online to the children and young people's commissioner for Scotland.
Secondary pupils, their families and teachers have been praised after a new analysis of exam results across the Highland Council area.
More than 200 students from North Highland College UHI are being recognised for their achievements in a very different manner this year.
A Caithness mum has spoken of the anxiety being experienced by university students, many of whom have effectively been “confined to barracks”.
A £50 pound voucher is on offer to people from Wick and surroundings as an incentive to participate in a research study on rural living costs.
A Glasgow based creative hub is giving budding filmmakers in Caithness a step up the ladder of success with a new initiative.
Wick High School recommends that its pupils bring protective face coverings to school as its stock of masks is running low.
More than £500 was collected for a cancer charity when a Thurso primary school staged a fundraising pyjama day.
Hard-up families in Thurso are among hundreds across the north who will miss out on extra free childcare for almost a year.