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Numbers across the whole of Scotland have started to show positive signs of virus suppression.
MSP Gillian Martin is encouraging all eligible small businesses to apply for a discretionary fund grant when it opens.
Funding for childminders who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic has been welcomed by Aberdeenshire East MSP Gillian Martin.
NHS Grampian saw a drop again having spiked in the previous 24 hours.
A NUMBER of Covid cases have been identified at a Buckie care home.
MSP Gillian Martin is encouraging women to keep up with important appointments through lockdown.
Despite a general decline in cases in recent days, figures showed a worrying increase in cases in the last 24 hours.
A BUCKIE coach firm has nailed its colours to the mast of a brighter future ahead after unveiling a major investment package.
Scottish Government Covid support grant provision to Moray businesses is “mired in confusion”, two Tory politicians have claimed.
Banff and Buchan MP David Duguid has welcomed news the army is setting up 80 new Covid-19 vaccine centres for NHS Scotland.
Level 4 restrictions and school closures will be reviewed again on February 2.