Highland Council has admitted that some trees may need to be cut back as part of the proposed “ribbon lease” arrangements at Wick's riverside.
The local authority has shared a video explaining the budget challenge being faced.
The leader of Highland Council has demanded his own party’s education secretary provide “greater equity with the rest of Scotland” for schools.
The benefits of the Wick District Heating project were discussed and the potential to expand the scheme to more properties across the town.
Views over new 20mph speed limits will be sought when a consultation opens next month – with the axing of some and creation of more all possible.
A local councillor has voiced concern over the "astoundingly high" number of young people classed as looked-after children who are reported missing.
Highland Council admitted it had wrong information on a CCTV sign beside it's Wick offices but said it would be changed when it had the resources.
A cold but sunny Sunday morning in Thurso created a fine backdrop to the annual Remembrance parade at the town's war memorial.
How do you feel about traffic management arrangements in Thurso, particularly parking and waiting restrictions? The council is there to listen.
Community councillors have been assured that Wick will benefit from up-front payments by any wind farm developers "oversailing" common good land.
The planning proposal for a sculpted tree in Thurso to help grieving parents come to terms with the loss of a baby has got the go ahead.
Community councillor Allan Bruce has voiced concern over the "shambolic" introduction of 20 mph speed limit signs on roads in and around Wick.
Savings made by householders who are linked to Wick's low-carbon district heating scheme will be "unbelievably substantive", Raymond Bremner says.