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Highland MP calls for all non-essential construction work to cease amid Covid-19 lockdown

Highland MP calls for all non-essential construction work to cease amid Covid-19 lockdown

Highland MP calls for all non-essential construction work to cease amid Covid-19 lockdown

ALL work on non-essential construction sites must stop, a Highland MP has stressed after the call was confirmed in new rules for the industry.


Ten new Highland coronavirus cases diagnosed, and Scottish death toll jumps sharply

Ten new Highland coronavirus cases diagnosed, and Scottish death toll jumps sharply

Ten new Highland coronavirus cases diagnosed, and Scottish death toll jumps sharply

TEN further coronavirus cases have been confirmed across the Highlands in the past 24 hours as the number of new diagnoses in Scotland rose by 268.


First Minister says Scotland is willing you on Boris

First Minister says Scotland is willing you on Boris

First Minister says Scotland is willing you on Boris

Scotland is “willing you on Boris, get well soon” according to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.


VIDEO: Scotland's First Minister answers children's questions about coronavirus

VIDEO: Scotland's First Minister answers children's questions about coronavirus

VIDEO: Scotland's First Minister answers children's questions about coronavirus

Nicola Sturgeon has answered questions from children about coronavirus in an effort to address concerns they are facing in these challenging times.


Credit unions set to share in support package to help deal with financial consequences of coronavirus crisis

Credit unions set to share in support package to help deal with financial consequences of coronavirus crisis

Credit unions set to share in support package to help deal with financial consequences of coronavirus crisis

Credit unions across the Highlands and Islands are poised to share in a £20million support package as they battle to help vulnerable families.


Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care a day after being admitted to hospital with coronavirus

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care a day after being admitted to hospital with coronavirus

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care a day after being admitted to hospital with coronavirus

Downing Street said in a statement that his condition had 'worsened' but that he is receiving 'excellent care'


Home workers during coronavirus may be able to claim tax rebate

Home workers during coronavirus may be able to claim tax rebate

Home workers during coronavirus may be able to claim tax rebate

People working from home are entitled to claim money back from the government – even if they are on a full-time salary.


Foreign Secretary reveals that tens of thousands of British nationals have been repatriated from abroad

Foreign Secretary reveals that tens of thousands of British nationals have been repatriated from abroad

Foreign Secretary reveals that tens of thousands of British nationals have been repatriated from abroad

Foreign Minister Dominic Raab has revealed tens of thousands of British nationals have been repatriated.


Grant changes aim to help self-catering businesses weather lockdown shock

Grant changes aim to help self-catering businesses weather lockdown shock

Grant changes aim to help self-catering businesses weather lockdown shock

SELF-catering businesses have been urged to check if they may be eligible for grants of up to £25,000 to help them through the Covid-19 lockdown.


Leading Highland GP welcomes appointment of interim chief medical officer

Leading Highland GP welcomes appointment of interim chief medical officer

Leading Highland GP welcomes appointment of interim chief medical officer

Dr Iain Kennedy said Dr Smith 'cares deeply about patients and our NHS'


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