News archive

News published May 2007

  • Ness Bridge Consultation

    Published 31 May 2007

    The introduction of one-way traffic on Ness Walk, Inverness, won the unanimous support of local residents and business people, who attended a consultation meeting held on Wednesday 30 May at the Colum

  • Office-Bearers Elected

    Published 31 May 2007

    The Highland Council today (Thursday) agreed its new committee structure and its team of office-bearers.  With the exception of the Audit and Scrutiny Committee, all the office-bearers are members of

  • Dispute at Corbett Centre, Inverness

    Published 31 May 2007

    The Council is disappointed that the trade union representatives did not postpone the half-day strike action at the Corbett Centre today (Wednesday) after the Council offered to involve ACAS in overse

  • Heavy Rain Causes Early Closure of Inverness Library

    Published 30 May 2007

    Due to the heavy rain today (Wednesday 30th May), Inverness Library has had to close to the public early after water started leaking in from the flat roof between the children’s library and the main

  • Alness Group Scoops Top Award

    Published 30 May 2007

    An Alness residents group that expanded and refurbished their local community centre has won a top prize in Scotland’s most prestigious charity awards.

  • Highland Social Work Performance Inspection Report

    Published 30 May 2007

    The Highland Council’s Social Work Service has put in place a comprehensive plan of action to respond to issues raised in a Performance Inspection Report published by the Social Work Inspection Agen

  • Ranger walks head for the heights.

    Published 29 May 2007

    Highland Council’s Caithness Rangers are inviting people with a head for heights to join then on two cliff-top walks over the next week. On Friday 1st June, Lindsey Duncan will lead a cliff top wal

  • Open evenings at Bunsgoil Ghàidhlig Inbhir Nis

    Published 28 May 2007

    Parents and local community groups are being invited by The Highland Council to attend open evenings arranged for them to view the new Gaelic School, Bunsgoil Ghàidhlig Inbhir Nis, near Inverness Roy

  • Search Begins for Women’s Highland Games Competitors

    Published 28 May 2007

    The Tulloch Inverness Highland Games Committee has announced details of a special women-only Highland Games coaching clinic as entries open for the first women’s championship at July’s event.

  • Council rangers lead a rockpool ramble

    Published 28 May 2007

    Children are being invited to join Highland Council’s Rangers on a rockpool ramble at Nairn beach on Saturday 9th June.