Highland Council’s freephone coronavirus helpline took more than 100 calls an hour on its first afternoon of operation.
Highland Council is reminding people that its recycling centres are closed and garden waste and bulky uplift services have been suspended.
Highland Council has taken to social media to warn parents of a school meals scam.
The nine centres are mostly based in schools and will be run by specially trained staff
A FREE helpline is being launched by Highland Council to help those seeking assistance or wishing to volunteer during the coronavirus outbreak.
Homeless services provided by Highland Council have been changed due to the coronavirus restrictions and closure of it council service points.
Extra pressure on Highland Council computer systems has led to many staff being ordered to log off to allow others to complete essential work.
Highland Council will continue to provide essential services such as emergency repairs for its tenants amid the coronavirus restrictions.
ALL household waste recycling centres in the Highlands have closed to the public with immediate effect following the nationwide coronavirus lockdown.
Highland Council has extended the deadline for key workers to apply for childcare during the coronavirus crisis.
Though schools remain closed some pupils were still able to receive so-called grab and go meals
Special guidance on what do with bins during the coronavirus crisis has been issued by Highland Council.