Ten new coronavirus cases have been recorded in the NHS Highland area for the second day in succession.
TWENTY-eight positive tests for Covid-19 were recorded across the NHS Highland health board area in the past 24 hours.
Popular race has been postponed until summer as lockdown continues to impact big events
More than 3000 coronavirus cases have been detected across the NHS Highland area since the pandemic began.
The Scottish Government will not be publishing its daily coronavirus statistics over the four-day holiday weekends at Christmas and New Year.
The rate of coronavirus in the NHS Highland area remained relatively low after the announcement that the area would be put into tier four.
NHS Highland recorded three new cases of Covid-19 on Sunday when the figures for the latest 24-hour period were released.
Seven new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the NHS Highland area in the latest 24-hour period.
The NHS Highland area has seen another rise in coronavirus cases, with 12 new positive tests returned in the latest 24-hour period.
A further 19 new cases of Covid-19 were registered across the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.
Sunday's coronavirus figures showed an increase of 27 positive cases in the NHS Highland area.
A further 14 cases of Covid-19 have been detected in the NHS Highland area over the past 24 hours.
The total number of Covid-19 cases in the NHS Highland area reached 700 as a further 19 positive tests were recorded in the most recent 24-hour period
The first of the Royal Navy's new aircraft carriers is to take part in Europe's biggest war games off the Scottish coast
There were 13 new Covid-19 cases recorded in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.
An Aviemore man completed an epic challenge late on Wednesday night when he climbed his last mountain on a continuous round of 58 Munros.
A mountain guide from Aviemore was aiming to complete a mammoth Munro challenge in the Cairngorms National Park last night.
We want to shine a spotlight on those people who are going above and beyond to help others at this terribly difficult time.
Highland Council has reminded residents that much of the region is 'out of bounds' as it urged people to follow guidance on accessing the outdoors
Businesses struggling after the onset of strict measures to curb the coronavirus pandemic are being offered a helping hand by a local media firm.