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Further seven Covid cases detected in NHS Highland area

Further seven Covid cases detected in NHS Highland area

Further seven Covid cases detected in NHS Highland area

23 November 2020

Increase comes as 949 new Covid-19 cases reported in Scotland


Badenoch MSP hits out at proposed Universal Credit Covid change

Badenoch MSP hits out at proposed Universal Credit Covid change

Badenoch MSP hits out at proposed Universal Credit Covid change

23 November 2020

The £20-a-week uplift brought in to provide a lifeline during the pandemic looks set to be scrapped


NHS Highland area records five new Covid-19 cases

NHS Highland area records five new Covid-19 cases

NHS Highland area records five new Covid-19 cases

22 November 2020

Five new cases of Covid-19 have been detected across the NHS Highland region over the past day.


Delay to badly needed new affordable homes in Aviemore is 'unavoidable'

Delay to badly needed new affordable homes in Aviemore is 'unavoidable'

Delay to badly needed new affordable homes in Aviemore is 'unavoidable'

22 November 2020

Hopes that Highland Council can provide solution to build the homes by new hospital


Grantown care home owners shocked by Covid-19 inspection report findings

Grantown care home owners shocked by Covid-19 inspection report findings

Grantown care home owners shocked by Covid-19 inspection report findings

22 November 2020

Infection control practices to safeguard residents and staff were deemed weak


Strathpuffer 2021 is officially called off

Strathpuffer 2021 is officially called off

Strathpuffer 2021 is officially called off

20 November 2020

Organisers say they could not in good conscience allow gruelling biking event to go ahead


Half-a-dozen new coronavirus cases detected in NHS Highland area

Half-a-dozen new coronavirus cases detected in NHS Highland area

Half-a-dozen new coronavirus cases detected in NHS Highland area

20 November 2020

Cases have increased by 1018 across Scotland over the same 24-hour period


Grantown headteacher calls for more understanding for pupils during Covid pandemic

Grantown headteacher calls for more understanding for pupils during Covid pandemic

Grantown headteacher calls for more understanding for pupils during Covid pandemic

19 November 2020

Head looks to strike conciliatory tone after weekend disturbances in Grantown


Health Secretary says NHS Scotland will be ready to start Covid vaccinations in the next two weeks

Health Secretary says NHS Scotland will be ready to start Covid vaccinations in the next two weeks

Health Secretary says NHS Scotland will be ready to start Covid vaccinations in the next two weeks

19 November 2020

Jeane Freeman said as many as a million people could get a Covid jab by January though no vaccine has yet been approved


NHS Highland chief not anticipating general Covid vaccination programme for children

 NHS Highland chief not anticipating general Covid vaccination programme for children

NHS Highland chief not anticipating general Covid vaccination programme for children

19 November 2020

'With that vaccination programme we hope that in a matter of months we hope we will have Covid well under control if we are being optimistic'


Further 11 coronavirus infections detected in NHS Highland

Further 11 coronavirus infections detected in NHS Highland

Further 11 coronavirus infections detected in NHS Highland

19 November 2020

The rise comes as 1089 coronavirus infections were detected across Scotland in the past day


Grantown Museum doors to reopen with festive arts and crafts fair

Grantown Museum doors to reopen with festive arts and crafts fair

Grantown Museum doors to reopen with festive arts and crafts fair

19 November 2020

It will also be a chance to show off the attraction after a make-over by volunteers


High Life Highland set to put more staff on furlough

High Life Highland set to put more staff on furlough

High Life Highland set to put more staff on furlough

19 November 2020

But in a major positive development HLH currently projects a much smaller deficit this year due to Covid


Travel restrictions put into law between Highlands and Central Belt

Travel restrictions put into law between Highlands and Central Belt

Travel restrictions put into law between Highlands and Central Belt

17 November 2020

Eight people from three households will be able to meet outdoors in Highlands


Airline easyJet could cut capacity by 80 per cent in the new year

 Airline easyJet could cut capacity by 80 per cent in the new year

Airline easyJet could cut capacity by 80 per cent in the new year

17 November 2020

No change confirmed for easyJet Inverness services despite airline's £1.2b shortfall


The Highlands remains at level one on the Tier system but household visits are still banned

The Highlands remains at level one on the Tier system but household visits are still banned

The Highlands remains at level one on the Tier system but household visits are still banned

17 November 2020

First Minister also confirmed that Scotland passed the 'sombre and distressing milestone' of 5000 deaths linked to Covid


Nine further Covid cases across NHS Highland

Nine further Covid cases across NHS Highland

Nine further Covid cases across NHS Highland

17 November 2020

Increase comes as 1248 fresh coronavirus infections reported for Scotland


Nine new recorded Covid-19 cases in NHS Highland area

Nine new recorded Covid-19 cases in NHS Highland area

Nine new recorded Covid-19 cases in NHS Highland area

15 November 2020

There have been nine additional confirmed coronavirus cases in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.


Rule-breakers travelling north to take driving test

Rule-breakers travelling north to take driving test

Rule-breakers travelling north to take driving test

13 November 2020

CHEEKY learner drivers from across the UK are flouting lockdown rules and coming to the Highlands to take their tests.


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

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


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