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City flag ceremony to mark Commonwealth Day
The Commonwealth flag will be flying outside Inverness Town House on Monday 10 March to mark Commonwealth Day after a special bi-lingual address.
Minor improvement works on A82 Alltsigh
A rolling programme of works on the rock faces above A82 will begin at Loch Ness next week, following an assessment carried out on behalf of Transport Scotland.
New community council for Sunart
A new community council has been formed for Sunart in Lochaber following today’s count of postal votes cast in an election held on Thursday 6 March.
Council to adopt new approach to Customer Services review
The Highland Council is responding to concerns raised by customers and community groups regarding proposed changes to Service Points by clarifying its approach to its Customer Service Review.
Inverness school makes it to Euroquiz final in Scottish Parliament
Crown Primary School has won a place in the grand final of the Scottish European Trust’s Euroquiz, to be held in May in the Scottish Parliament Debating Chamber in Edinburgh.
Work to begin on pilot refurbishment project at Inverness High School
A £250,000 project to refurbish four classrooms at Inverness High School will begin in June after the contract was awarded by The Highland Council to Morrison Construction, Inverness.
Council launches Inverness City Centre Action Plan
The Highland Council are inviting the public to help prepare a new Action Plan for Inverness city centre.
Excellent response at Dornoch Academy to referendum on Scottish Independence
86.1% of pupils at Dornoch Academy turned out to vote in a mock referendum on Scottish independence.
Feedback from local food and drink events
Following feedback from Highland food and drink producers and providers The Highland Council is to run a workshop on social media networking and launch a Think Local Facebook page to build business contacts and to promote local food and drink.
Highland Council announces Gaelic Homecoming writing competition
A Gaelic creative writing competition, involving primary and secondary pupils in the area, has been organised for the Year of Homecoming by The Highland Council.
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