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Top 10 tips to help minimise coronavirus spread in the workplace

Top 10 tips to help minimise coronavirus spread in the workplace

Top 10 tips to help minimise coronavirus spread in the workplace

17 March 2020

Techclean have put together their top 10 tips that can help minimise the spread of all germs, not just coronavirus, in the workplace.


Coronavirus presents an 'unprecedented challenge' to Highland Council

Coronavirus presents an 'unprecedented challenge' to Highland Council

Coronavirus presents an 'unprecedented challenge' to Highland Council

16 March 2020

Top Highland Council officials have revealed that work is well under way to deal with the impact on services presented by the coronavirus outbreak.


Coronavirus financial support available for Highland businesses, says MSP

Coronavirus financial support available for Highland businesses, says MSP

Coronavirus financial support available for Highland businesses, says MSP

16 March 2020

HIGHLAND firms hit by the effects of the coronavirus are being urged to check their eligibility for new support from the Scottish Government.


Inverness Highland Games and Highland Pride cancelled due to coronavirus

Inverness Highland Games and Highland Pride cancelled due to coronavirus

Inverness Highland Games and Highland Pride cancelled due to coronavirus

16 March 2020

Organisers of Inverness Highland Games and Highland Pride have announced their cancellation due to ongoing concerns around coronavirus.


Plans lodged for start of repair of £20m Cairngorm funicular

Plans lodged for start of repair of £20m Cairngorm funicular

Plans lodged for start of repair of £20m Cairngorm funicular

12 March 2020

The application involves work around the pier bases and foundations supporting the track


Cairngorms National Park vehicle track appeal is thrown out

Cairngorms National Park vehicle track appeal is thrown out

Cairngorms National Park vehicle track appeal is thrown out

11 March 2020

Hill tracks - many of them used to access grouse moors - have become one of the main issues of conflict in the strath and wider national park


Whisky industry leaders welcome Budget freeze on spirits

Whisky industry leaders welcome Budget freeze on spirits

Whisky industry leaders welcome Budget freeze on spirits

11 March 2020

Industry battling a 25 per cent tariff on Single Malt by the US government due to a transatlantic trade dispute between aircraft manufacturers


Warning issued about coronavirus scams doing rounds in Highlands

Warning issued about coronavirus scams doing rounds in Highlands

Warning issued about coronavirus scams doing rounds in Highlands

10 March 2020

Multiple victims had also attempted to purchase protective face masks from fraudulent sellers for as much as £15,000 in one case


Loganair to take over former Flybe routes including Inverness to Belfast City, Birmingham and Jersey

Loganair to take over former Flybe routes including Inverness to Belfast City, Birmingham and Jersey

Loganair to take over former Flybe routes including Inverness to Belfast City, Birmingham and Jersey

05 March 2020

Flights from Inverness to Belfast, Birmingham and Jersey will be taken over by Loganair following the collapse of troubled airline Flybe.


Jobs at risk as Flybe goes into administration

Jobs at risk as Flybe goes into administration

Jobs at risk as Flybe goes into administration

05 March 2020

Flybe, which operates flights to and from Inverness Airport, went into administration in the early hours of this morning.


Coronavirus uncertainty puts Flybe's future at risk

Coronavirus uncertainty puts Flybe's future at risk

Coronavirus uncertainty puts Flybe's future at risk

04 March 2020

CORONAVIRUS could kill off troubled airline Flybe, after a slump in bookings left its future in doubt - according to reports.


MP praises immigration report arguing that free movement is vital for Highland economy

MP praises immigration report arguing that free movement is vital for Highland economy

MP praises immigration report arguing that free movement is vital for Highland economy

04 March 2020

A HIGHLAND MP has hailed a report arguing that free movement of EU nationals in Scotland post-Brexit would help tackle the needs of the local economy.


'Don't miss out on multi-million pound road improvements pot in logging areas', urges MSP

'Don't miss out on multi-million pound road improvements pot in logging areas', urges MSP

'Don't miss out on multi-million pound road improvements pot in logging areas', urges MSP

04 March 2020

TIME is fast running out for councils and landowners to nab a share of a multi-million pound pot that helps fund road improvements in logging areas.


'Don't let coronavirus put you off summer travel plans', industry body argues

'Don't let coronavirus put you off summer travel plans', industry body argues

'Don't let coronavirus put you off summer travel plans', industry body argues

04 March 2020

A LEADING Scottish travel industry trade body has urged the public not to let fears over the spread of coronavirus deter their summer holiday plans.


WATCH: Hospice official speaks out after it lost £575k to fraudsters

WATCH: Hospice official speaks out after it lost £575k to fraudsters

WATCH: Hospice official speaks out after it lost £575k to fraudsters

02 March 2020

Highland Hospice has revealed details about how fraudsters stole £575,000 from the charity.


Good response so far to Cairngorm masterplan consultation

Good response so far to Cairngorm masterplan consultation

Good response so far to Cairngorm masterplan consultation

28 February 2020

So far more than 1200 people have taken part through an online survey


New business expo taking place in Aviemore

New business expo taking place in Aviemore

New business expo taking place in Aviemore

26 February 2020

The event will give exhibitors and delegates the opportunity to benefit from a 'condensed networking experience'


Care home group appoints photographer in residence

Care home group appoints photographer in residence

Care home group appoints photographer in residence

25 February 2020

A CARE operator with homes across Moray and the Highlands has appointed its own photographer in residence.


Swimming returns for local residents at Aviemore resort

Swimming returns for local residents at Aviemore resort

Swimming returns for local residents at Aviemore resort

20 February 2020

Hotel chief Donald Macdonald reopens the doors to members of the High Life Highland scheme as gesture of goodwill


Battle over A9 Cairngorms cycleway takes a new turn

Battle over A9 Cairngorms cycleway takes a new turn

Battle over A9 Cairngorms cycleway takes a new turn

14 February 2020

There has been anger at Transport Scotland’s ongoing refusal to include the pathway for pedestrians and cyclists along with the big money project


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