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An Invernessian in America: Having coronavirus was the most unwell I’ve ever felt for a prolonged period

An Invernessian in America: Having coronavirus was the most unwell I’ve ever felt for a prolonged period

An Invernessian in America: Having coronavirus was the most unwell I’ve ever felt for a prolonged period

Diane Knox on how Covid is playing out for her – and Meghan's funeral no-show.


Dad pens kids’ book while on furlough

Dad pens kids’ book while on furlough

Dad pens kids’ book while on furlough

A health and safety expert has put his time on furlough to good use – writing and illustrating a children’s book inspired by his young daughter.


Stringent cost control has been key for animal food firm's buoyancy during the pandemic

Stringent cost control has been key for animal food firm's buoyancy during the pandemic

Stringent cost control has been key for animal food firm's buoyancy during the pandemic

An animal food firm says all areas of it business reacted well to the pandemic.


Lessons from coronavirus pandemic can offer lasting legacy, says GP

Lessons from coronavirus pandemic can offer lasting legacy, says GP

Lessons from coronavirus pandemic can offer lasting legacy, says GP

Learning the lessons of the coronavirus pandemic must be the legacy we leave future generations so as to be better prepared in the future.


Two thirds of adults have first vaccine

Two thirds of adults have first vaccine

Two thirds of adults have first vaccine

As of April 15, 171,229 people, 63.5 per cent of the population aged over 18, have had their first vaccination.


Ten new Covid cases detected

Ten new Covid cases detected

Ten new Covid cases detected

ANOTHER 10 cases of Covid-19 have been registered across the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.


Warning to walkers as people expected to flock to Highland mountains this weekend

Warning to walkers as people expected to flock to Highland mountains this weekend

Warning to walkers as people expected to flock to Highland mountains this weekend

Hill walkers are being advised to be aware of conditions on the hills as travel restrictions are eased today allowing people to travel across Scotland


Inverness firm’s backing for SNAP charity

Inverness firm’s backing for SNAP charity

Inverness firm’s backing for SNAP charity

John Fraser and Son presented a much needed cheque to one of the areas foremost supporters of families and children who need a bit of extra support.


NHS Highland detects 12 more Covid-19 cases

NHS Highland detects 12 more Covid-19 cases

NHS Highland detects 12 more Covid-19 cases

A DOZEN more Covid-19 infections have been detected across the NHS Highland area in the past day.


Agencies urge public in Inverness to plan ahead before travelling

Agencies urge public in Inverness to plan ahead before travelling

Agencies urge public in Inverness to plan ahead before travelling

Highland agencies have reminded everyone that facilities for overnight stays and many other visitor facilities are not open until 26 April.


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