The council launches a campaign to keep the public updated on education, housing, and property projects across the region.
Caithness councillor Nicola Sinclair is standing down from local government after four years, saying it is "time for a change".
A plan to create a multi-million pound energy storage plant in Caithness is to go before Highland Council next week.
The deadline approaches for a Highland Council funding initiative that could bring great benefits to Caithness.
The council is to temporarily relax licensing regulations to enable landowners with suitable sites to provide continental style motorhome stopovers.
A plan to build a huge wind farm near Strathy has "widespread local support", according to the company behind the project.
The proposed wind farm at Strathy South should have four fewer turbines, taking the number from 39 to 35.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise is planning to extend Wick Business Park with extra spaces for light industrial and business units.
The move follows a public consultation by Highland Council in February and March and the new regulations are due to last for the next 10 years.
The council encourages EU/EEA/Swiss citizens in Caithness who has not yet applied to the EU Settlement Scheme to do so before the June 30 deadline.
Highland Council is working to submit bids into the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund and Community Renewal Fund with Wick's regeneration a main focus