VisitScotland has sent a virtual hug to fans of Scotland with a heart-warming film asking them to dream about visits – but not to travel until later.
ANXIOUS employees asked to return to work for one of Ross-shire’s most significant employers have been promised stringent safety measures.
VULNERABLE people facing a three-week wait for essential supermarket deliveries are turning to their Ross-shire MSP in desperation.
A national sight loss charity is calling for blind and partially sighted people to be included in the priority group able to access online shopping.
Around 19,000 business rate payers in the Highlands will not receive their annual rates bill this month.
The branch had been earmarked for closure in what was the latest blow to local businesses seeking banking facilities
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The spending limit for contactless card payments has increased from £30 to £45 across the country.
Openreach is rising to the challenge of keeping the nation connected, despite an 83 per cent increase in daytime use.
FIVE leading mobile phone networks have teamed up to ensure their customers can always access NHS advice.
A HIGHLAND housing society has announced an instant freeze on planned rent increases for all of its tenants amid the coronavirus outbreak.
WORK to make Wester Ross the Highlands’ first major sustainable tourism destination was highlighted at a special conference recently.
A NEWSPAPER delivery service has been set up in Cromarty to help residents maintain social distancing during the coronavirus outbreak.
THE head of Loganair, which runs a number of Highland flights, said it is likely the firm will be looking for further support.