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The centre was set-up in less than a week and will pilot its operations over the weekend before launching full time on Monday
Five patients were transferred from Raigmore to Home Farm Care Home in March before an outbreak left 10 residents dead
The previous survey ended just nine months ago and meant the council had to redo work on phones that locals sought to keep last year
The local authority's leadership is deeply worried many people in the region will suffer from unemployment and poverty
UP to a dozen cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in Nairn in a week.
THE NHS Highland health board area has recorded its biggest single day increase in Covid-19 cases since mid-June.
NINETEEN new Covid-19 cases have been reported across the NHS Highland health board area in the past day.
COVID restrictions on pubs and restaurants in the Highlands are to be extended by at least another week, the First Minister has confirmed.
A sheriff and clerk at Inverness Sheriff Court are self-isolating after a member of staff tested positive for coronavirus.
Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day to be observed differently due to coronavirus restrictions following the latest Scottish Government guidance.
MORE than 900 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in NHS Highland since the coronavirus pandemic began.
In a Facebook post, organisers asked business owners and workers to come together to campaign against current restrictions.
Highland firms can now apply for support from the Scottish Government's Covid-19 Business Hardship Fund