Print copies of the West Highland Free Press are unlikely to be available again until August.
The weekly newspaper, which provides news for the west Highlands and Skye, temporarily halted printing in April due to the economic impact of the coronavirus. It had hoped to resume printing in early June.
In a message to its readers the UK's first employee-owned newspaper said: "Until there is a change in either the financial support offered or the economic realities under Covid we cannot return to print.
"The majority of our staff remain on furlough, but we will continue with a small team providing you with the very best free online content until our return to print in August."