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Both the Badenoch and Strathspey Music Festival Association and Dulnain Bridge Public Hall (SCIO) have both been awarded grants.
As Scotland prepares for the first phase in easing lockdown restrictions, arable farmers have mapped out priorities to reset, restart and recover.
The latest figure was one 55 new positive tests which were recorded across Scotland as a whole.
Each Wednesday the National Records of Scotland issues numbers of cases where Covid-19 has been mentioned on a death certificate.
B&Bs that operate without business bank accounts have hope after the Scottish Government said it is investigating ways of supporting small businesses.
Figures show that this has more than doubled when compared with the same time period over the last two years – eight in 2019 and seven in 2018.
Scottish Greens tourism spokesman John Finnie has this afternoon called for the Scottish Government to ensure unions are involved in discussions.
A Highland MP has written to the Scottish Government in support of small bed and breakfast owners who do not use a business bank account.
The Highlands' three-day run without freshly-confirmed Covid-19 cases has ended after an additional person tested positive for the virus.
Small businesses and employers across the UK who have paid statutory sick pay to staff taking leave will be able to claim back the money from today.
In response to the challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic Make Music Day UK has launched the digital participation project.