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Highlands cannot afford to be complacent about coronavirus, region's medical chief warns

Highlands cannot afford to be complacent about coronavirus, region's medical chief warns

Highlands cannot afford to be complacent about coronavirus, region's medical chief warns

People in the strath must not assume that 'because we are a rural area it will be fine'


Police investigating after wooden stake found dangling over A9 near Inverness Campus

Police investigating after wooden stake found dangling over A9 near Inverness Campus

Police investigating after wooden stake found dangling over A9 near Inverness Campus

Wooden stake discovered hanging from the Golden Bridge over the A9


High demand for business grants in Highlands

High demand for business grants in Highlands

High demand for business grants in Highlands

A first batch of grant payments, totalling around £185,000, will be with businesses by tomorrow with further payments next week


Stay close to home! Local authority reminds residents that restrictions are in place on travel to much of the area

Stay close to home! Local authority reminds residents that restrictions are in place on travel to much of the area

Stay close to home! Local authority reminds residents that restrictions are in place on travel to much of the area

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


Nethy Bridge's Highland Games called off because of Covid-19

Nethy Bridge's Highland Games called off because of Covid-19

Nethy Bridge's Highland Games called off because of Covid-19

It will be the first time in 75 years that the gathering – dubbed the Friendly Games – has not taken place


First Minister says thousands of new NHS beds will be made available for Covid-19 patients

First Minister says thousands of new NHS beds will be made available for Covid-19 patients

First Minister says thousands of new NHS beds will be made available for Covid-19 patients

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says NHS Scotland intends to quadruple the number of available intensive care unit beds.


Aviemore sweetie shop donates treats to staff and patients on children's ward

Aviemore sweetie shop donates treats to staff and patients on children's ward

Aviemore sweetie shop donates treats to staff and patients on children's ward

Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe, which has outlets in both Aviemore and Inverness, has given a donation to staff and children in hospital


Post Office bosses act to help struggling branches during lockdown

Post Office bosses act to help struggling branches during lockdown

Post Office bosses act to help struggling branches during lockdown

All independent postmasters will receive 100 per cent of their remuneration this month and 90 per cent in May


Seven more confirmed Highland coronavirus cases as national death toll increases

Seven more confirmed Highland coronavirus cases as national death toll increases

Seven more confirmed Highland coronavirus cases as national death toll increases

Seven more people in the Highlands have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 24 hours.


Stay of execution on Highland business rates

Stay of execution on Highland business rates

Stay of execution on Highland business rates

'These are exceptional times and require exceptional measures'


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