News published October 2006
Temporary (Part) Road Closure – Huntly Street , Inverness.Published 31 Oct 2006
Motorists are being advised that part of Huntly Street in Inverness will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday 1st November, 2006 from 7:30am till 2pm.
Motorists asked to remember, remember, the 4th of November.Published 31 Oct 2006
The City of Inverness Grand Bonfire and Fireworks Display will be held on Saturday (4th November) and a bumper crowd of between 10,000 and 15,000 is expected at Bught Park to see the show.
Drivers urged to put the brakes on around Sutherland schools.Published 31 Oct 2006
Motorists travelling in Sutherland are being warned that part time 20mph speed restrictions are being introduced at Bonar Bridge and Brora Primaries and Golspie High School for children’s safety.
Halloween Event attracts huge followingPublished 31 Oct 2006
The Ness Islands were transformed into an 'Island of Nightmares' on Saturday night as part of The Highland Council Rangers Halloween Happening event.
Tore pupil relatives’ artwork transforms school room.Published 30 Oct 2006
A grandmother and mother of a pupil at a Ross-shire school have spent months transforming an old school office into a ‘support for learning room’ for pupils at Tore Primary.
Voting begins in Housing Transfer BallotPublished 30 Oct 2006
Voting starts tomorrow (Tuesday 31 October) in the ballot on the proposed transfer of council housing in the Highlands to the not-for profit Highland Housing Association. All Highland Council secure
Severe weather updatesPublished 27 Oct 2006
Severe weather update
Severe weather updates - archivedPublished 27 Oct 2006
Council helpline: 0800 838 009
School Closures 27 October - archivedPublished 27 Oct 2006
Caithness: Castletown Primary (boiler problems) Miller Academy PrimaryInverness:Teanassie PrimaryRoss and Cromarty: Avoch PrimaryCullicuden PrimaryDingwall PrimaryFortrose AcademyMunlochy PrimaryN
Flooding Update - archived reportPublished 27 Oct 2006
The Convener of The Highland Council, Councillor Alison Magee, has praised Council staff and partner agencies for their tremendous efforts in responding to the exceptional flooding and gales that have