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Asymptomatic testing – testing for those without symptoms – is being made available in Grantown.
Authority has longest local road network of 7000km roads,1700km footways, 2180 bridges and culverts and 100 car parks.
But anyone wishing to donate items can drop these off at the designated donation point at any time without an appointment.
Traffic management measures from Monday
New cases, rolling rate & case rate
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Service provision laid out ahead of Ian Charles and St Vincent's hospitals closures this Autumn
Work at Abernethy part of a 20-year programme of work to restore some 1,500 hectares of peatland
Staff and the local access panel have been given a look at the inpatient and consulting rooms
Let’s be honest, suicide is not an easy topic.
'There are a lot of new faces and we look forward to being able to discuss the importance of our industry' says president.
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Sage said the full impact of easing restrictions on hospital admissions and deaths will not be seen until mid-June.
There is concern over cases of the variant first identified in India after cases have doubled in a week.
The former Army captain is the only confirmed contender so far in the running to succeed Steve Aiken.
Boris Johnson said the move, to be included in the Queen’s Speech on Tuesday, is necessary to ‘protect democracy’.
Ross County's fate is back in their own hands, while Brora Rangers will need a turnaround in their play-off – all while ICT's season is over.
Further clarity on how the Highland League season will shape up is expected later this month
Club continues to cope with impact of pandemic.
Is he on his way out of Inverness?
Clubs will close social media accounts later today for three days as part of boycott game wide
After weeks of waiting, Brora Rangers now know exactly when and where their pyramid play-off semi final against Kelty Hearts will take place.
Play-off decides winner.
Pair to meet in second round but Strathspey strangely in different regional draw
If you like chocolate, you’ll love this cake.
Jamie Harris tries Judgment, Fez and World of Demons, while Martyn Landi takes on MLB The Show 21.
Raymond Blanc is in excellent spirits. Outdoor dining is back on the menu, meaning the chef’s Brasserie Blanc restaurants have reopened.
We have known again the coming of this season of rebirth after a hard, dark winter says John Dempster.
The long-held dream of Canadian ‘Street Rod’ creator the late Bob Lailey has finally come true in a new exhibition.
The public will have a final say on which aspiring author and UHI student becomes a published playwright and sees their work performed
Nuart Aberdeen, the globally acclaimed street art festival, will make its long-awaited return to the north-east next month.
Scotland's national book awards are now open to submissions from publishers around the world.
ARTYNESS: Liza Mulholland learns more about the history of ceilidhs in the Highlands and Islands and celebrates the reopening of our hospitality
The Tolquhon Gallery near Tarves is hosting From Kintyre to the Isles, a show of 45 new paintings by John Lowrie Morrison.
Pop-up Opera takes two specially-adapted trailers on the road with over 200 performances of five Gilbert and Sullivan shows.
A selection of new homeviewing and DVD options.
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