With many people having to stay at home due to the lockdown restrictions, spring weather has brought some welcome cheer to Caithness.
A Wick councillor issued an open letter saying that Caithness was not a "safe haven" for those trying to flee coronavirus.
With schools across the county closing their doors last week a home learning initiative has been rolled out to pupils.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has threatened non-essential businesses with the use of emergency powers if they do not close voluntarily
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the Highlands has risen to 12 in the last 24 hours.
Scotrail is set to reduce its train service nationwide from next week due to the 'unprecedented challenge' of the coronavirus pandemic.
Temporary changes to bus services across Caithness are being introduced by Stagecoach from Monday.
THERE has been no change in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the Highlands in the last 24 hours.
AN Inverness suicide prevention charity is temporarily closing its drop-in sessions after tonight due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Caithness councillors are currently receiving regular briefings in what is being called "a national emergency situation" because of Covid-19.
THERE has been one more case of coronavirus confirmed in the Highlands in the last 24 hours.