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Rising number of coronavirus cases reported in the Highlands reach 100 a day

06 July 2021
Rising number of coronavirus cases reported in the Highlands reach 100 a day

Rising number of coronavirus cases reported in the Highlands reach 100 a day

06 July 2021

Health bosses in the Highlands have warned of a rapid rise in cases of Covid-19 across the region with more than 100 cases now notified daily.


Pioneering travel app launched in the Highlands

28 June 2021
Pioneering travel app launched in the Highlands

Pioneering travel app launched in the Highlands

28 June 2021

Highlands are leading the way with the launch of a groundbreaking public transport app


Charities receive £4500 boost thanks to staff at Tulloch Homes

02 May 2021
Charities receive £4500 boost thanks to staff at Tulloch Homes

Charities receive £4500 boost thanks to staff at Tulloch Homes

02 May 2021

Staff at housebuilding company have made two generous donations to regional causes


Reintroduction of materials at household waste recycling centres in the Highlands

06 April 2021
Reintroduction of materials at household waste recycling centres in the Highlands

Reintroduction of materials at household waste recycling centres in the Highlands

06 April 2021

Most household waste recycling centres in the Highlands are set to accept a broader range of materials from today as coronvirus restrictions ease.


Highland Field Sports Fair cancelled for second year running due to coronavirus pandemic

31 March 2021
Highland Field Sports Fair cancelled for second year running due to coronavirus pandemic

Highland Field Sports Fair cancelled for second year running due to coronavirus pandemic

31 March 2021

The popular Highland Field Sports Fair at Moy has been cancelled for a second year running due to uncertainties caused by the coronavirus pandemic.


WATCH: Fifth sighting of Loch Ness Monster so far in 2021

27 March 2021
WATCH: Fifth sighting of Loch Ness Monster so far in 2021

WATCH: Fifth sighting of Loch Ness Monster so far in 2021

27 March 2021

Another Nessie sighting has been recorded on the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.


Boat of Garten's Derek walks the talk for his mother

18 March 2021
Boat of Garten's Derek walks the talk for his mother

Boat of Garten's Derek walks the talk for his mother

18 March 2021

Walking between village and his mum's home in Aviemore to raise cancer funds


Irish watcher reports his third sighting of Loch Ness monster

18 March 2021
Irish watcher reports his third sighting of Loch Ness monster

Irish watcher reports his third sighting of Loch Ness monster

18 March 2021

Latest report makes it fourth sighting of Nessie so far this year.


Pay rise for front line staff at employee-owned Highlands home care company

23 February 2021
Pay rise for front line staff at employee-owned Highlands home care company

Pay rise for front line staff at employee-owned Highlands home care company

23 February 2021

All front line care and support staff with Highland Home Carers to be paid a minimum of £10 per hour from next month


Country sports tourism sector gets £1m Covid support boost

18 February 2021
Country sports tourism sector gets £1m Covid support boost

Country sports tourism sector gets £1m Covid support boost

18 February 2021

'Arrival of Scottish country sports tourism restart fund is a pivotal moment for the sector and wider rural economy'


Highland Council house rent rise set to be agreed

26 January 2021
Highland Council house rent rise set to be agreed

Highland Council house rent rise set to be agreed

26 January 2021

Council house tenants in the Highlands are facing a rent rise of two per cent


Covid-19 vaccine rollout in the Highlands 'going well', say health chiefs

26 January 2021
Covid-19 vaccine rollout in the Highlands 'going well', say health chiefs

Covid-19 vaccine rollout in the Highlands 'going well', say health chiefs

26 January 2021

Health bosses in the Highlands expect the Covid-19 vaccination programme of over-80s to be completed by early next month.


New rail station at Inverness Airport 'must meet needs of Highlanders from day one' says MSP

16 January 2021
New rail station at Inverness Airport 'must meet needs of Highlanders from day one' says MSP

New rail station at Inverness Airport 'must meet needs of Highlanders from day one' says MSP

16 January 2021

Ambitious plans for a new rail station at Inverness Airport target 2022 opening


Ghostly goings-on at Highland bar since being put on the market

07 December 2020
Ghostly goings-on at Highland bar since being put on the market

Ghostly goings-on at Highland bar since being put on the market

07 December 2020

Spooky events at venue for early career performances by The Proclaimers, Paulo Nutini and Amy Macdonald


Scotland's First Minister announces Highlands to remain in tier one of coronavirus regulations

10 November 2020
Scotland's First Minister announces Highlands to remain in tier one of coronavirus regulations

Scotland's First Minister announces Highlands to remain in tier one of coronavirus regulations

10 November 2020

The Highlands will remain in level one under Scotland's five-tier system for coronavirus restrictions


Call for Armed services to help deliver coronavirus vaccine in Highlands

10 November 2020
Call for Armed services to help deliver coronavirus vaccine in Highlands

Call for Armed services to help deliver coronavirus vaccine in Highlands

10 November 2020

A call has been made for the Armed services to be called in to help deliver a coronavirus vaccine across the Highlands.


Live music venue in the Highlands issues plea to Scottish Government to be allowed to reopen

05 November 2020
Live music venue in the Highlands issues plea to Scottish Government to be allowed to reopen

Live music venue in the Highlands issues plea to Scottish Government to be allowed to reopen

05 November 2020

A major Highland music venue has volunteered to become a pilot site for live cultural events which comply with coronavirus regulations.


New specialist team of police officers in Highlands to help resolve calls from public

06 October 2020
New specialist team of police officers in Highlands to help resolve calls from public

New specialist team of police officers in Highlands to help resolve calls from public

06 October 2020

New initiative will provide local knowledge of the region and help improve responses to calls from the public


Pandemic leads to postponement of Eden Court Theatre's panto

11 September 2020
Pandemic leads to postponement of Eden Court Theatre's panto

Pandemic leads to postponement of Eden Court Theatre's panto

11 September 2020

Theatre bosses have pulled plug on festive offering due to coronavirus


High school pupils across Scotland will be told to wear face coverings

25 August 2020
High school pupils across Scotland will be told to wear face coverings

High school pupils across Scotland will be told to wear face coverings

25 August 2020

Children will have to wear face coverings in corridors, communal areas and school buses from next Monday


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