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NHS Highland will need at least another £34 million from the Scottish Government to cover the cost of Covid-related medical services.
SEVEN further coronavirus cases have been detected across the NHS Highland region.
Customers with gift vouchers will have them extended until June 30 2021.
A permanent home has been found for a food sharing enterprise on the Black Isle.
THIRTEEN further Covid-19 cases have been recorded across the NHS Highland area, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
COLD callers posing as Covid-19 contact tracers are trying to con people into forking over hundreds of pounds, police have warned Highlanders.
An Inverness-based car dealership has revealed it lost more than £700,000 in the first half of 2020 due to the pandemic.
The owners of the Dores Inn outside Inverness say Covid-19 restrictions have made it impossible for it to trade for the time being.
FOURTEEN fresh Covid-19 infections have been detected across the NHS Highland region.
It has been confirmed that up to three households will be able to meet up to celebrate Christmas during the period of 23 to 27 December.
Shoppers across the Highlands are being urged to support local stores online amid a sharp rise in the number of firms trading virtually.