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Some of the biggest names in tourism across Highlands are stepping up their campaign for urgent action to help reopen businesses this summer.
THE Highlands have reported no freshly-confirmed coronavirus cases for the second day in a row, Scottish Government figures have shown.
Temperatures in the Inverness area are set to rise to 23C as people prepare to meet friends and family amid an easing of coronavirus restrictions.
A family in Inverness joined thousands across the country in what was billed as the last Clap for Carers last night.
HIGHLANDERS looking to continue shopping during the lockdown have made Inverness one of the Scotland's delivery hotspots in recent weeks.
The UK Government has been working round the clock to help people through Coronavirus at home and abroad.
A very high risk of wildfire remains in place across large parts of Scotland this weekend, the country’s fire and rescue service has warned.
Forest leisure facilities are not due to open during the first phase of Scotland's lockdown easing.
Glen Mhor Hotel in Inverness says it has provide almost 700 bed nights for emergency workers during the Covid-19 crisis so far.
An Inverness project providing vital food supplies for vulnerable people has been given an £800 funding boost.
Anglers are set to return to local river banks after Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed an easing of coronavirus restrictions.
Garden centre chain, Dobbies, will re-open its Inverness store tomorrow amid a slight easing of coronovirus restrictions.