NO freshly-confirmed cases of Covid-19 were recorded in the Highlands yesterday.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has urged people to obey social distancing and hygiene rules as she confessed to being “nervous” as lockdown is eased.
HIGHLAND Council's environmental health team is advising consumers to use their water wisely and check their private supply system.
Current and former NHS Highland staff can now formally register their interest in engaging with the so-called healing process for victims of bullying.
NHS Highland has again missed targets for cancer treatment waiting times – with the knock-on effect of Covid-19 only making delays worse.
A newborn at Raigmore Hospital has become the first to be registered there using a new digital recording system.
ANOTHER Covid-19 test has come back positive in the Highlands - taking the region's overall total of confirmed coronavirus cases to 337.
Each Wednesday the National Records of Scotland issues numbers of cases where Covid-19 has been mentioned on a death certificate.
NEW guidance has been published for retailers and manufacturers to consider how people can safely return to work.
RAIL passengers have been urged to do their bit to prevent the spread of Covid-19 – by wearing face coverings when using ScotRail services.
THE Highlands' three-day run without freshly-confirmed Covid-19 cases has ended after an additional person tested positive for the virus.
READ Moray MP Douglas Ross' full ministerial resignation statement.