Caithness roads are in a "lethal" state and will only get worse as the easing of lockdown leads to more people travelling, campaigners have warned.
Scotland’s rail operator urged customers to ‘plan ahead to stay safe’ as travel restrictions are lifted.
Rail engineers are now attempting to force a wage rise with strike action that is expected to further disrupt services on the far north line.
Earlier this afternoon emergency services were called to the site of a "one car road crash" on the A882 road east of Watten.
Highland Council’s roads team was kept busy providing a daily gritting and winter ploughing service but the crews are now switching to road repairs.
An organisation that promotes tourism in the far north has received £293k to help rebuild the tourism industry across Caithness and Sutherland.
A Thurso man removed an advertising banner from the town centre because he felt it was disrespectful to the nearby war memorial.
Air traffic centralisation could have been stopped if local representatives were on the board of Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd.
ScotRail announced it was "disappointed" at results of the strike action vote just announced that threatens to disrupt railway services in Caithness
ARCTIC air which brought frequent snow showers to the Highlands earlier this week is set to bring further wintry weather tonight.
Highlands and Islands Airports Limited – which manages Wick John O'Groats Airport – is rolling out a programme of Gaelic awareness training for staff
Last night's snow warning from the Met Office for Caithness and the far north was lifted at 10am today.