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EIGHT more Covid-19 infections have been recorded in the NHS Highland area – on the same day Scotland saw its biggest ever daily jump in cases.
Eden Court has hosted its first live performance in 219 days.
AN Easter Ross school was 'acting in good faith' in seeking to alert pupils who may have been in contact with a student affected by coronavirus.
Tulloch Homes has taken its 150 employees fully off furlough and brought back its local sub-contractors.
The new restrictions will come into effect on Friday but people are encouraged to abide by them now amid rising Covid infection rates
SEVEN new cases of Covid-19 have been detected in the NHS Highland area in the past day.
A fault with an Easter Ross school's water system is being investigated today after it forced closure of the facility.
Applications open for small businesses across the Highlands to kickstart young people’s employment
Stories of the popular Highland children’s character have been published in 13 different languages and are taken to countries all over the world.
Pupils at a Wester Ross secondary have abided by advice to self-isolate following a confirmed Covid-19 case at the school.
Nicola Sturgeon said she had worked through the weekend with advisors but no final decision on the measures had yet been taken
Two kitchen staff at a popular Highland garden centre café have tested positive for Covid–19.