Wick among the places earmarked to benefit from a Highland-wide initiative to create safe walking and cycling pathways as a response to coronavirus.
Locals captured the moment in video and still images as a burst pipe sent a jets of water high in the air at a mini-roundabout in Wick.
Plans are being drawn up for footpath widening, temporary bike lanes and other safe travel measures around the Highlands in response to coronavirus.
A Thurso-based taxi firm has taken extra precautionary measures to keep its drivers and customers safe from coronavirus infection.
Two police cars and an ambulance attended the scene of a car crash in Wick this afternoon.
Key workers making essential travel in the Highlands have been kept moving thanks to "unprecedented punctuality across the country", claims ScotRail.
The shocking moment a giant crane – destined for Moray East offshore wind farm – collapses was caught in a YouTube video at the weekend.
With the uncertain times of the coronavirus epidemic and lockdown a new Caithness map should make sourcing the help of community groups a bit easier.
A Thurso-based company is feeling energised after a specialist battery it makes was nominated for a prestigious award.
Caithness Broch Project is asking the public to contribute local scenic photographs for a leaflet promoting the best the county has to offer.
Dominating the horizon at Thurso Bay today was the huge vehicle carrier ship Traviata which stopped near Scrabster on its way from the US to Germany.