North MP Jamie Stone believes Loganair’s Wick to Edinburgh flights can still be saved – if a public service obligation is introduced on the route.
Highland Council has announced the temporary closure of all its recycling centres during the coronavirus crisis.
A Wick councillor issued an open letter saying that Caithness was not a "safe haven" for those trying to flee coronavirus.
Work on Wick's riverside car park has taken a major step towards completion with a new surface being laid down.
Scotrail is set to reduce its train service nationwide from next week due to the 'unprecedented challenge' of the coronavirus pandemic.
Temporary changes to bus services across Caithness are being introduced by Stagecoach from Monday.
Flight cancellations hit Wick airport in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Two giant yellow structures known as towheads were transferred from Wick Harbour to Wester.
Despite a relaxation of restrictions at recycling centres across the Highlands a pile of fly-tipped rubbish was dumped at a beauty spot near Wick.
Councillors from both Wick and Thurso have united to condemn Loganair's decision to axe Wick to Edinburgh flights.
Caithness Chamber of Commerce is calling for "urgent action" from the Scottish Government in response to the withdrawal of Wick/Edinburgh flights.
Airport operator Highlands and Islands Airports Limited says it remains hopeful that Wick John O'Groats can have "a viable and sustainable future”.