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During this unprecedented time, many readers may not be in a position to go out and purchase their weekly newspaper, however, help is at hand. You can get an e-edition of the Inverness Courier and the Highland News delivered straight to your inbox every week. Using the latest technology it means you can read the paper on your home computer, tablet or mobile phone.

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Raigmore Hospital ward reopens after Covid-19 cases

Raigmore Hospital ward reopens after Covid-19 cases

Raigmore Hospital ward reopens after Covid-19 cases

Raigmore Hospital Ward 4C has reopened after a "very small" number of cases of Covid-19.


Rapid Covid-19 community testing available at Telford Retail Park, Inverness

Rapid Covid-19 community testing available at Telford Retail Park, Inverness

Rapid Covid-19 community testing available at Telford Retail Park, Inverness

Public urged to drop in to learn how to use the Lateral Flow Test at home.


Covid jags challenge in Highlands

Covid jags challenge in Highlands

Covid jags challenge in Highlands

NHS Highland pharmacist describes the amazing operation needed to get Covid jags to Highland people.


Raigmore Hospital ward closed due to Covid-19 cases

Raigmore Hospital ward closed due to Covid-19 cases

Raigmore Hospital ward closed due to Covid-19 cases

Raigmore Hospital Ward 4C visiting and admissions have been suspended due to coronavirus.


COMMENT: Dr Tim Allison on why being vaccinated is for the good of the whole community

COMMENT: Dr Tim Allison on why being vaccinated is for the good of the whole community

COMMENT: Dr Tim Allison on why being vaccinated is for the good of the whole community

Vaccination and immunisation mean pretty much the same thing, but they also tell us about important ways to protect our health.


Rapid Covid-19 testing in Inverness

Rapid Covid-19 testing in Inverness

Rapid Covid-19 testing in Inverness

A rapid Covid-19 community testing unit will continue to be available in Inverness Retail Park from Monday to Friday next week.


Cash to tackle harm

Cash to tackle harm

Cash to tackle harm

Council funding will be used to tackle harm caused by Covid-19 in Nairnshire.


Army set to aid ambulance service

Army set to aid ambulance service

Army set to aid ambulance service

MILITARY personnel could be used across the Highlands and in Inverness to ease pressure on the Scottish Ambulance Service.


MP fears rising redundancies when furlough scheme ends

MP fears rising redundancies when furlough scheme ends

MP fears rising redundancies when furlough scheme ends

Local MP Drew Hendry has warned the Chancellor against withdrawing support for jobs and businesses.


City residents 'plunged into crisis' by coronavirus lockdown

City residents 'plunged into crisis' by coronavirus lockdown

City residents 'plunged into crisis' by coronavirus lockdown

When the first lockdown was introduced in March 2020, the community of Merkinch and South Kessock was totally unprepared a new report says.


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