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Tribute to Inverness recycling centre operative
Tribute has been paid to a recycling centre operative at The Highland Council's Inverness recycling centre who died on Thursday evening after taking ill at work.
A 890 Stromeferry Bypass reopens
At 5 pm today (Thursday) the A 890 Stromeferry Bypass, which links Lochcarron with Lochalsh, was reopened following removal of a dangerous overhanging crag on a rockface one mile west of the Avalanche Shelter.
Landslide on the A890 Stromeferry bypass closes road in both directions
A rockfall on the A890 Stromeferry Bypass, which links Lochcarron with Lochalsh, closed the road in both directions at 10 am.
A897 Helmsdale Strath and Glen Loth roads re-opened.
Councillor Graham Phillips, Chair of The Highland Council’s Transport Environment and Community Services Committee has thanked TEC Services staff for their efforts and quick action to clear and re-open the A897 which was closed yesterday by a collapsed culvert.
Final call for Skye Airport Survey
Final submissions for the Skye Airport Survey are being invited over the holiday period as the survey will close mid January 2013.
Inverness Hogmanay Celebrations.
The Highland Council’s Inverness Hogmanay celebrations, The Red Hot Highland Fling, are to feature on BBC Scotland and BBC ALBA for the first time this year.
Plea to Scottish Government for storm funding.
The Highland Council’s Leader Councillor Drew Hendry has written to the Scottish Government seeking emergency financial assistance towards the cost of repairing damage caused to piers and harbours and coastal defences by recent exceptional storms.
Highland Council winter road condition reports for 24 December 2012.
Road condition and gritting treatment reports by The Highland Council’s, Transport, Environmental and Community Services for the morning of Monday 24 December 2012.
Wick and Thurso communities to get unique opportunity to plan their futures
Work on the new Caithness and Sutherland Local Development Plan will begin in early 2013. As part of this the communities of Wick and Thurso will each have a unique opportunity to shape the future of their community and influence future development decisions in the area.
Young people create their own music
Fèis Rois have been running an exciting new music and sound recording project with the DIGIT group and this week the young people launched a CD
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