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Scots urged to continue sticking to the rules

Scots urged to continue sticking to the rules

Scots urged to continue sticking to the rules

As businesses across the Highlands start to reopen, people are urged to keep following the rules to continue suppressing the spread of Covid-19.


MSP welcomes funding for The Haven

MSP welcomes funding for The Haven

MSP welcomes funding for The Haven

The Haven has been given a £1.1 million grant from the Big Lottery Community Fund hot on the heels of receiving planning permission for the centre.


First Minister gives the greenlight to tourism and retail to reopen next week

First Minister gives the greenlight to tourism and retail to reopen next week

First Minister gives the greenlight to tourism and retail to reopen next week

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced Scotland will move into phase three with “the highest risk changes we have made so far”.


Scotland to retain quarantine measures for Spanish travel

Scotland to retain quarantine measures for Spanish travel

Scotland to retain quarantine measures for Spanish travel

People travelling to or from Spain will have to quarantine on arrival in Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says.


MSP thanks lockdown community food heroes

MSP thanks lockdown community food heroes

MSP thanks lockdown community food heroes

Scotland's Communities Secretary has thanked charities and local authorities for their “incredible” work to help people across Scotland access food.


MSP calls for for Gaelic to be normalised in services

MSP calls for for Gaelic to be normalised in services

MSP calls for for Gaelic to be normalised in services

Kate Forbes MSP has said that Gaelic should be treated as normal in all services for the Highlands and Islands to increase confidence in speakers.


No fresh positive tests for Covid-19 in NHS Highland in past 24 hours

No fresh positive tests for Covid-19 in NHS Highland in past 24 hours

No fresh positive tests for Covid-19 in NHS Highland in past 24 hours

Just two new positive tests for Covid-19 were recorded in Scotland in the past 24 hours according to the latest Scottish Government's daily update.


First Minister calls for £80 billion stimulus package

First Minister calls for £80 billion stimulus package

First Minister calls for £80 billion stimulus package

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon called on the UK government to invest heavily in the economy, saying the country needs around £80 billion.


MSP questions why cabinet secretary does not take action

MSP questions why cabinet secretary does not take action

MSP questions why cabinet secretary does not take action

Edward Mountain asks why Fergus Ewing does not step in and reopen Glenmore Campsite which is set to remain closed until spring 2021.


First Minister hails further progress against coronavirus

First Minister hails further progress against coronavirus

First Minister hails further progress against coronavirus

Nicola was speaking today as beer gardens opened for the first time since lockdown began.


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