News published June 2008
An Aird Ground InspectionPublished 30 Jun 2008
More than 100 homes and 10 businesses in the An Aird area of Fort William will receive a newsletter this week updating them on land investigations being carried out in the area.
Highland 2007 Legacy Programme is LaunchedPublished 30 Jun 2008
The Highland Council has launched the Highland 2007 Legacy Programme, providing an annual fund of £500,000 in grants to build upon the success of Highland 2007. The programme aims to enhance and to
Duke of Edinburgh Gold Medals PresentedPublished 27 Jun 2008
In Highland a record 18 young people aged between 17 and 25 years have gained their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards in 2008 and during a meeting of The Highland Council held earlier today (Thursday 26 J
Trading Standards clamp down on disguised car dealersPublished 27 Jun 2008
Trading Standards Officers from The Highland Council are targeting suspected car dealers posing as private individuals who are using car parks and other public spaces to advertise their vehicles for s
Council confirms commitment to Play DevelopmentPublished 27 Jun 2008
Highland Councillors have agreed a package of measures to promote the development of play for young people throughout the Highlands.
SNP ResignationsPublished 26 Jun 2008
SNP office-bearers on The Highland Council have resigned their positions.
Delivering Better Public ServicesPublished 26 Jun 2008
Highland Councillors have agreed a plan of action to deliver improvements across a range of public services. These are in keeping with the priorities of the Scottish Government.
UHI is awarded taught degree awarding powersPublished 26 Jun 2008
Issued by UHI Millennium InstituteUHI Millennium Institute, the prospective University of the Highlands and Islands, has announced today (Thursday 26th June) that it has been granted taught degree awa
Climate Change and The Highlands: ‘Think Global – Act Local’Published 25 Jun 2008
The challenge of tackling the impacts of climate change in the Highlands can best be met if public, private and voluntary organisations work together on plans to conserve energy and protect the public
Family Fun at Walker Park, InvernessPublished 25 Jun 2008
New play equipment at an Inverness public park is proving a great hit with mums and dads, grannies and grandpas as well as toddlers and young people.