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A further six new cases of Covid-19 have been detected across the NHS Highland region.
A Wick man who wants NHS Highland to release precise Covid-19 numbers says he remains dissatisfied with the way his concerns have been dealt with.
People in the far north should not have to travel to get the coronavirus vaccine, UK health secretary, Matt Hancock has said.
Covid-19 was reported in three parts of Caithness during the latest seven-day period covered by Public Health Scotland’s interactive dashboard.
A special calendar of images produced by Wick High School pupils during lockdown is now on sale.
There have been nine additional confirmed coronavirus cases in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.
The NHS Highland region's cumulative number of confirmed coronavirus infections since the start of the pandemic has risen from 1254 to 1268.
Owners of Messy Nessy, a Thurso soft-play centre, were delighted to reopen their doors today after an eight month closure.
The Scottish Government confirmed that the Highland area will again be placed into protection level one in the government’s five tier framework.
Highland Council today agreed to prioritise the Caithness area in allocating funding for mental health support for young people.
Covid-19 was reported in two parts of Caithness, both in Thurso, during the latest period covered by Public Health Scotland’s interactive dashboard.