Highland Council is to set out a dire assessment of its financial state showing its budget gap can only be plugged by a Scottish Government bailout.
Highland councillor Matthew Reiss is urging local businesses to "take a serious look" at grant schemes being administered by the local authority.
Thurso councillors think their ward has lost out on a council plan to create new social distancing paths and cycleways.
An emergency scheme has been set up to ensure safe drinking water for householders in the Highlands who rely on a private water supply.
The household waste recycling centres at Thurso and Wick are among those being reopened by Highland Council at the beginning of next week.
Wick among the places earmarked to benefit from a Highland-wide initiative to create safe walking and cycling pathways as a response to coronavirus.
Highland Council’s Garden Aid scheme – aimed at older or disabled tenants – is set to return from the start of next week.
A formal inquiry into the suspension of a second councillor from Highland Council's SNP group has been promised.
A total of £56,286,250 million has now been paid out to 5135 Highland businesses under the Covid-19 small business and self-catering grant scheme.
Preparations are well under way for many of the household waste recycling centres in the north to reopen to the public from June 1.
Preparations are being made for schools to return in August area following the publication of the Scottish Government’s route map out of lockdown.
Caithness councillor Matthew Reiss is worried about a "profoundly undemocratic" aspect of the planning system relating to wind farm extensions.