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33 new Covid-19 infections detected

33 new Covid-19 infections detected

33 new Covid-19 infections detected

26 January 2021

A FURTHER 33 new positive tests for Covid-19 have been recorded across the NHS Highland area.


The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

26 January 2021

The well-known pub suffered a setback after Highland Council turned down a bid for Scottish Government cash


High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

26 January 2021

But critics say too much cash went on a multi-million private renovation


Inverness councillor makes PPE mask and gloves litter plea

Inverness councillor makes PPE mask and gloves litter plea

Inverness councillor makes PPE mask and gloves litter plea

25 January 2021

Isabelle MacKenzie said improperly disposing of such items increased the risk of infection.


14 fresh Covid-19 infections detected

14 fresh Covid-19 infections detected

14 fresh Covid-19 infections detected

25 January 2021

A FURTHER 14 new coronavirus infections were recorded across the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.


Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

25 January 2021

Hundreds of Highland businesses forced to close under the latest coronavirus lockdown measures will begin receiving payments from today.


Students in Highlands and Islands experiencing financial hardship to be given support thanks to £100,000 donation from Barclays

Students in Highlands and Islands experiencing financial hardship to be given support thanks to £100,000 donation from Barclays

Students in Highlands and Islands experiencing financial hardship to be given support thanks to £100,000 donation from Barclays

25 January 2021

Students at the University of the Highlands and Islands affected by the coronavirus pandemic are to be given help thanks to a £100,000 donation.


Runners pound streets to bring huge fundraising boost to local cancer charity

Runners pound streets to bring huge fundraising boost to local cancer charity

Runners pound streets to bring huge fundraising boost to local cancer charity

25 January 2021

A cancer charity that brings comfort to sufferers and their friends and family, is set to benefit from a runaway fundraising success.


34 new Covid-19 coronavirus cases logged in NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours

34 new Covid-19 coronavirus cases logged in NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours

34 new Covid-19 coronavirus cases logged in NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours

24 January 2021

A total of 34 more Covid-19 cases have been confirmed across the NHS Highland area over the past 24 hours.


NHS Highland confirms 'some delays' to vaccine rollout in rural areas

NHS Highland confirms 'some delays' to vaccine rollout in rural areas

NHS Highland confirms 'some delays' to vaccine rollout in rural areas

24 January 2021

But the public health Dr Tim Allison says it has been a success and is now running well


Call for taxi drivers to get the vaccine

Call for taxi drivers to get the vaccine

Call for taxi drivers to get the vaccine

24 January 2021

Inverness taxi firm owners give their backing to a call that private hire drivers should be treated as key workers and be vaccinated as a priority.


Health Matters: None of us would want anyone to suffer in silence

Health Matters: None of us would want anyone to suffer in silence

Health Matters: None of us would want anyone to suffer in silence

23 January 2021

Louise Bussell, NHS Highland’s interim chief officer for health and social care, on how to look after your mental health during lockdown.


£5k funding allows Winter Pride 2021 to go ahead

£5k funding allows Winter Pride 2021 to go ahead

£5k funding allows Winter Pride 2021 to go ahead

23 January 2021

Winter Pride will go ahead in the Highlands this year – thanks to a £5000 funding boost.


Forty-four more Covid cases across NHS Highland area

Forty-four more Covid cases across NHS Highland area

Forty-four more Covid cases across NHS Highland area

23 January 2021

Forty-four more Covid-19 cases in NHS Highland area over past day.


Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

22 January 2021

Unrepentant Highland councillors have hit back at an audit that blamed them for the early departure of a consultant costing £936 a day at their door.


Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

22 January 2021

Paul Senior was appointed education chief and cost the council more than £70,000 for three month's work


Covid-19 infections in the Highlands 'may have peaked'

Covid-19 infections in the Highlands 'may have peaked'

Covid-19 infections in the Highlands 'may have peaked'

22 January 2021

The Highlands has probably passed the peak of coronavirus infections, a doctor has said, while warning the impact will continue to be felt.


What's the Covid rate where you live?

What's the Covid rate where you live?

What's the Covid rate where you live?

22 January 2021

THE seven day Covid infection rate across Highland Council has fallen to below 100 cases per 100,000 people for the first time since late December.


46 new positive tests for Covid-19

46 new positive tests for Covid-19

46 new positive tests for Covid-19

22 January 2021

NHS Highland has recorded a further 46 positive tests for Covid-19 in the past 24 hours.


Highland Council audit hits out at 'weaknesses' in appointment that cost almost £1000 a day

Highland Council audit hits out at 'weaknesses' in appointment that cost almost £1000 a day

Highland Council audit hits out at 'weaknesses' in appointment that cost almost £1000 a day

21 January 2021

News that the cash-strapped local authority hired a consultant sparked outrage from councillors and the public


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