The UK government has announced tens of thousands of people stranded abroad in the coronavirus pandemic will be flown home.
First Minister announces the latest measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic as Scotland suffers 179 more cases and six more deaths.
A son who complained about his father’s poor health treatment in NHS Highland has not had his complaint upheld by the SPSO.
Six more people in the Highlands have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 23 hours.
Three more people in the Highlands have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
Stagecoach Highland is making more changes to its timetables in response to government advice on avoiding non-essential travel.
The only distillery on Loch Ness is setting aside its gin-making activities to produce sanitising hand gel for health and social care workers.
FOUR more people in the Highlands have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
Emmie Platt from Inverness and Smithton residents were among thousands giving care workers a well-deserved round of applause last night.
NHS Highland says it has suspended visiting at all its sites in order to shield vulnerable groups.
Anyone caught ignoring the lockdown now faces being fined – with the penalties potentially rising as high as £960
Surgeons across a number of specialities at NHS Highland have received an on-the-job crash course in caring for patients infected with coronavirus.