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POLL RESULT: Boris Johnson should resign

POLL RESULT: Boris Johnson should resign

POLL RESULT: Boris Johnson should resign

The vast majority of respondents feel that Prime Minister Boris Johnson should resign according to the latest poll.


Highland businesses hoping easing of restrictions is just the start

Highland businesses hoping easing of restrictions is just the start

Highland businesses hoping easing of restrictions is just the start

The easing of restrictions imposed before Christmas will do nothing to help small hospitality businesses, claims the Federation of Small Businesses.


POLL: Should Prime Minister Boris Johnson resign?

POLL: Should Prime Minister Boris Johnson resign?

POLL: Should Prime Minister Boris Johnson resign?

After days of speculation Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted that he did attend the "bring your own booze" party in the Downing Street garden.


Tourism sector to access £9m recovery package

Tourism sector to access £9m recovery package

Tourism sector to access £9m recovery package

Scotland's tourism sector will soon have access to a £9m recovery package designed to ease the impact of public health measures to tackle Omicron.


Limits on numbers at outdoor events to be lifted from Monday

Limits on numbers at outdoor events to be lifted from Monday

Limits on numbers at outdoor events to be lifted from Monday

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed that limits of 500 attending large outdoor events in Scotland will be lifted from Monday.


Covid statistics show 97 new cases in Caithness

Covid statistics show 97 new cases in Caithness

Covid statistics show 97 new cases in Caithness

There were 97 new Covid-19 cases in Caithness in the latest seven-day period recorded by Public Health Scotland.


Funding boost for Highland hospitality sector

Funding boost for Highland hospitality sector

Funding boost for Highland hospitality sector

Hospitality businesses who lost bookings during the festive period are to secure grant support from the Scottish Government.


Covid plea from Highland Council leader as cases expected to peak in the coming weeks

Covid plea from Highland Council leader as cases expected to peak in the coming weeks

Covid plea from Highland Council leader as cases expected to peak in the coming weeks

Easing of rules on self-isolation and testing welcomed in Caithness by business leader and councillor


First Minister confirms Scotland's Covid restrictions will move in line with the rest of the UK

First Minister confirms Scotland's Covid restrictions will move in line with the rest of the UK

First Minister confirms Scotland's Covid restrictions will move in line with the rest of the UK

Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross accuses her of a U-turn that left the country as an 'outlier'


Latest Covid statistics show 349 cases in Caithness

Latest Covid statistics show 349 cases in Caithness

Latest Covid statistics show 349 cases in Caithness

The number of Covid-19 cases in Caithness has shot up to 349 in the latest seven-day period recorded by Public Health Scotland.


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