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Eden Court Theatre in Inverness is among 11 organisations and performing arts venues in the Highlands to receive a share of £673,409 Covid-19 funding.
An Inverness complementary treatment centre has closed its doors with "a heavy heart", saying the pandemic has had a significant impact on business.
There is talk of getting back to normal following Covid; but what does it mean to get back to normal? What makes things normal or abnormal?
An organisation tackling loneliness and social isolation in the Highlands has issued an appeal for volunteers following a sharp rise in referrals.
ANOTHER 73 new cases of Covid-19 were detected across the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.
Or should vaccinations only be given to adults?
After many long months of closed doors and restricted hours due to Covid, volunteers at Nairn Museum are excited about welcoming back visitors.
A newly-formed forum aiming to generate a year-round programme of vibrant events in Inverness has met for the first time.
A MAJOR milestone has been reached in the fight against Covid-19 in Scotland – after the four millionth first-dose of the vaccine was administered.
It has been announced that Eden Court’s buildings, Under Canvas Inverness, including the Summer of Hope programme, will be closed.
ANOTHER 56 positive tests for Covid-19 have been recorded across the NHS Highland region in the past 24 hours.
Coronavirus crisis fails to defeat wizards behind Harry Potter-themed events on the Black Isle.
MSP Fergus Ewing says many will be concerned after Raigmore Hospital came under severe pressure