The monument was designed by Scott Sutherland and unveiled in 1952 by the Queen Motherand.
The UK Government has been working round the clock to help people through Coronavirus at home and abroad. The armed forces have been helping out across the UK building emergency hospitals, delivering vital supplies and much more.
With good weather forecast this weekend and the relaxing of some lockdown rules, CalMac expects an increase in people trying to travel, particularly to islands in the Clyde.
Watch Commander Danielle MacGillivray, from Benbecula, set a task for her son Peter, eight, and other children of family friends, each undertaking a series of simple safety measures.
Highland Council’s Education Committee Chair, Councillor John Finlayson said the return to workplace and schools for education staff will have to be undertaken carefully and gradually.
A flyer informing households of the service has been produced and will drop through every letterbox in the Point and Sandwick area.
The overnight projects are expected to take 10 nights to complete.
Even in the short period until lockdown the pair were already becoming known in the town for the their friendly, understanding and helpful attitude to motorists.
NHS Highland Chair, Professor Boyd Robertson said: ‘We have been unequivocal in our support of those who have experienced bullying and harassment.’
At this week’s meeting of Kilmallie Community Council – held on Monday night virtually via the online video conferencing platform Zoom – members heard that the tourism industry was looking towards a mid-July or beginning of August restart.