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Highland creative industry support project XpoNorth set for digital return in 2021

Highland creative industry support project XpoNorth set for digital return in 2021

Highland creative industry support project XpoNorth set for digital return in 2021

18 November 2020

A CONFERENCE connecting creative industry businesses and individuals across the Highlands is set to return in an interactive digital form next year.


Ross-shire secondary set to give a shout out to local businesses hit by Covid-19

Ross-shire secondary set to give a shout out to local businesses hit by Covid-19

Ross-shire secondary set to give a shout out to local businesses hit by Covid-19

17 November 2020

ROSS-SHIRE's largest secondary school is pulling out the stops to support local businesses hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.


Online trade event to show Scotland's tourist sector is open for business

Online trade event to show Scotland's tourist sector is open for business

Online trade event to show Scotland's tourist sector is open for business

17 November 2020

VisitScotland is linking around 20 Highland businesses with global tour operators through a new virtual event


Highlands remains at level one on Covid-19 tier system as First Minister spells out tougher restrictions elsewhere

Highlands remains at level one on Covid-19 tier system as First Minister spells out tougher restrictions elsewhere

Highlands remains at level one on Covid-19 tier system as First Minister spells out tougher restrictions elsewhere

17 November 2020

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


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


Highlands remain at level one on Covid-19 tier system but household visits still restricted

Highlands remain at level one on Covid-19 tier system but household visits still restricted

Highlands remain at level one on Covid-19 tier system but household visits still restricted

17 November 2020

The 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

NINE fresh coronavirus cases have been detected in the NHS Highland area.


Seaboard set to stage Christmas market in Balintore

Seaboard set to stage Christmas market in Balintore

Seaboard set to stage Christmas market in Balintore

17 November 2020

A CHRISTMAS market catering to the Seaboard villages will take place early next month and stall bookings are being taken now.


Eleven new positive tests for Covid-19

Eleven new positive tests for Covid-19

Eleven new positive tests for Covid-19

16 November 2020

ELEVEN fresh coronavirus infections were detected across the whole NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.


Maryburgh centre re-opens following strict Covid-19 guidelines

Maryburgh centre re-opens following strict Covid-19 guidelines

Maryburgh centre re-opens following strict Covid-19 guidelines

16 November 2020

Maryburgh Amenities Centre has announced that it is re-opening for limited bookings allowed under the current Scottish Government restrictions.


Three pupils at a Highland primary school test positive for coronavirus

Three pupils at a Highland primary school test positive for coronavirus

Three pupils at a Highland primary school test positive for coronavirus

16 November 2020

Three pupils at a Highland primary school have tested positive for coronavirus.


Three Covid cases detected at Highland building firm

Three Covid cases detected at Highland building firm

Three Covid cases detected at Highland building firm

16 November 2020

A SMALL cluster of Covid cases at a Highland building firm has sparked the closure of its office for two weeks.


'Outstanding effort' of High Life Highland during lockdown

'Outstanding effort' of High Life Highland during lockdown

'Outstanding effort' of High Life Highland during lockdown

16 November 2020

THE efforts of High Life Highland staff during the coronavirus crisis have been acknowledged today by a local MP.


'Pandemic has shown the power of what happens when we stand together in the face of adversity'

'Pandemic has shown the power of what happens when we stand together in the face of adversity'

'Pandemic has shown the power of what happens when we stand together in the face of adversity'

16 November 2020

SUPERMARKET shoppers in Ross-shire are being urged to donate to the UK’s biggest food collection this week to help counter Covid-19.


Nine new registered coronavirus cases in NHS Highland area

Nine new registered coronavirus cases in NHS Highland area

Nine new registered coronavirus 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.


Dingwall lights a beacon of hope for better things ahead

Dingwall lights a beacon of hope for better things ahead

Dingwall lights a beacon of hope for better things ahead

15 November 2020

THE gradual appearance of festive lights sparkling across Dingwall is set to symbolise the county town’s resilient response to the coronavirus crisis.


Storyteller to use handmade quilts to help spin yarns online

Storyteller to use handmade quilts to help spin yarns online

Storyteller to use handmade quilts to help spin yarns online

15 November 2020

THE restrictions enforced on many by the coronavirus crisis have prompted the resurgence of an old Highland tradition – storytelling.


'Please don't get complacent over Covid-19 threat', Highlanders warned

'Please don't get complacent over Covid-19 threat', Highlanders warned

'Please don't get complacent over Covid-19 threat', Highlanders warned

15 November 2020

HIGHLAND residents are being asked to guard against complacency and work together to ensure the region continues to enjoy fewer Covid-19 restrictions.


Chromebook and iPad bid helps Highland Council bridge digital divide

Chromebook and iPad bid helps Highland Council bridge digital divide

Chromebook and iPad bid helps Highland Council bridge digital divide

14 November 2020

Digital devices – Chromebooks and iPads – will help hundreds of disadvantaged people across the Highlands overcome isolation and access support.


Demand for High Life Highland leisure services set to rise over winter

Demand for High Life Highland leisure services set to rise over winter

Demand for High Life Highland leisure services set to rise over winter

14 November 2020

DEMAND for leisure and other High Life Highland services is expected to rise over winter – and its boss said ensuring safe access is a “key driver”.


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