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With some businesses facing a battle to survive organisers of the Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards say it was inappropriate to go ahead this year.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has urged people to obey social distancing and hygiene rules as she confessed to being “nervous” as lockdown is eased.
A NEW vision for Scotland's economy is needed to ensure the country is better prepared to weather shocks to the economy, a Highland MSP says.
A SOCIAL housing tenant has criticised his landlord for allowing a new neighbour to move in during lockdown.
There are promising trends in the decreasing number of fatalities related to Covid-19 according to Nicola Sturgeon.
ANOTHER Covid-19 test has come back positive in the Highlands - taking the region's overall total of confirmed coronavirus cases to 337.
A total of 107 people have now died in the NHS Highland area from either confirmed or suspected Covid-19 – an increase of four from a week ago.
Children in the Tongue, Bettyhill and Melvich catchment areas are to be offered twice-weekly deliveries of packed lunches for the next ten weeks.
NEW guidance has been published for retailers and manufacturers to consider how people can safely return to work.
The head of Stagecoach Highland said social distancing requirements are a major problem for the firm.
Rail passengers are being urged to do their bit to prevent the spread of Covid-19 – by making sure they wear face coverings on ScotRail services.
A total of £56,286,250 million has now been paid out to 5135 Highland businesses under the Covid-19 small business and self-catering grant scheme.