HIGHLANDERS have been warned to beware suspicious characters offering cycles for sale after more than £50,000 worth of high-end bikes were stolen.
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Some of the proposals were labelled 'bizarre' while others raised eyebrows over who would financially benefit
But some businesses say the lukewarm response from officials is 'disappointing'
Both business and personal bank accounts can now be used to apply for the Scottish Government's Temporary Business Closure Grants.
Highland events businesses have until Monday to apply for a share of a £6 million fund to help them cope with Covid
The news was shared via the Inverness BID Facebook page yesterday and staff are look forward to seeing everyone again soon.
One of the area's biggest seafood suppliers has spoken of a ticking time bomb with live shellfish.
Online customer service will assist customers during the closure.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is being called on to extend the reduced VAT rate for the Covid-hit hospitality sector
The Ullapool branch of Edinburgh Woollen Mill is among 85 stores which will permanently close
Turnover increased by more than £2 million for Tomatin Distillery in 2019
Inverness BID manager Mike Smith says businesses need some certainty as Covid restrictions continue to bite