Some of the biggest names in tourism across Highlands are stepping up their campaign for urgent action to help reopen businesses this summer.
The UK government has launched the country’s test and trace programme, with Scotland earlier announcing its scheme will start tomorrow.
A total of 107 people have died in the NHS Highland area from either confirmed or suspected Covid-19 – an increase of four from a week ago.
Leading Conservative politicians in the Highlands have added their voices to calls for government adviser Dominic Cummings to resign.
Matt Hancock has said Dominic Cummings acted "within the guidleines" – but understands others might disagree.
New guidance has been published for retailers and manufacturers to consider how people can safely return to work.
The First Minister says the Test and Protect system will come into operation across Scotland from Thursday.
MORAY MP and junior minister Douglas Ross has resigned from government over Dominic Cummings' trip to Durham.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said all non-essential retail outlets in England will be allowed to reopen from the middle of June.
Dominic Cummings has insisted he "behaved reasonably and tried to minimise risks" by driving his family north during the coronavirus lockdown.
Nicola Sturgeon said there was a risk trust between government and the public will be damaged if special adviser Dominic Cummings remains in post.
Boris Johnson says Dominic Cummings “followed the instincts of every father” in taking his family from London as his wife displayed Covid-19 symptoms.