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Lyth Arts Centre looks forward despite threat to its future

Lyth Arts Centre looks forward despite threat to its future

Lyth Arts Centre looks forward despite threat to its future

Lyth Arts Centre is getting creative with a new booklet despite facing a significant threat to its future through loss of income.


Highland Council will not get Scottish Government cash to fill £100m budget gap

Highland Council will not get Scottish Government cash to fill £100m budget gap

Highland Council will not get Scottish Government cash to fill £100m budget gap

According to leading councillors the Scottish Government has refused to issue any more cash to the local authority.


Four more coronavirus deaths in NHS Highland area

Four more coronavirus deaths in NHS Highland area

Four more coronavirus deaths in NHS Highland area

A total of 111 people have died in the NHS Highland area from either confirmed or suspected Covid-19 – an increase of four from a week ago.


Gail Ross gives assurance over phone calls in Test and Protect strategy

Gail Ross gives assurance over phone calls in Test and Protect strategy

Gail Ross gives assurance over phone calls in Test and Protect strategy

Caithness, Sutherland and Ross MSP Gail Ross says the public need have no concerns over scam calls arising from the new contact tracing process.


Highland businesses can't prepare for Brexit on top of pandemic, warns Maree Todd

Highland businesses can't prepare for Brexit on top of pandemic, warns Maree Todd

Highland businesses can't prepare for Brexit on top of pandemic, warns Maree Todd

Highlands and Islands MSP Maree Todd has called on the UK government to extend the Brexit transition period in light of coronavirus.


Castletown gets a share of £50,000 community response package from SSEN

Castletown gets a share of £50,000 community response package from SSEN

Castletown gets a share of £50,000 community response package from SSEN

Castletown is one of 36 communities across the Highlands and Islands getting a share of over £50,000 from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks.


'Sigh of relief' as small B&Bs are now covered by support scheme

'Sigh of relief' as small B&Bs are now covered by support scheme

'Sigh of relief' as small B&Bs are now covered by support scheme

A Highland business leader has said many B&B owners will be breathing "a huge sigh of relief" following a rethink on the Business Support Fund.


Cup of cheer for Befriending Caithness service

Cup of cheer for Befriending Caithness service

Cup of cheer for Befriending Caithness service

Befriending Caithness has been marking Volunteers' Week by capturing words describing the service in a design incorporating a teacup and saucer.


Caithness General Hospital staff clap for our community

Caithness General Hospital staff clap for our community

Caithness General Hospital staff clap for our community

The staff of Caithness General Hospital in Wick took advantage of Monday's sunny weather to step outside and give a resounding clap for the community.


Subsea 7 workers wait for more news on job cuts

Subsea 7 workers wait for more news on job cuts

Subsea 7 workers wait for more news on job cuts

Employees of Subsea 7 in Caithness are waiting to find out if they are to be affected by 3000 job losses being made by the company worldwide.


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