News published August 2008
Highland Council offers a taste of traditional musicPublished 18 Aug 2008
A traditional music open evening and taster session for adults and children in the Inverness area will take place on Tuesday 26 August from 7pm to 8:30pm in Crown Primary School.
Back to school slowly at Ross SchoolPublished 18 Aug 2008
Motorists are being advised by The Highland Council that part time 20mph speed limits will come into place tomorrow (Tuesday 19th August) at Marybank Primary School when the new term starts.
Probationer teachers welcomed in the HighlandsPublished 18 Aug 2008
Councillor Bill Fernie, Chairman of The Council’s Education, Culture and Sport Committee and Hugh Fraser, Director of Education, Culture and Sport welcomed 109 probationer teachers, who will be work
Free school meal for every Highland P1 pupilPublished 18 Aug 2008
To encourage the new intake of primary one pupils to eat healthy school lunches, The Highland Council’s Education, Culture and Sport Catering Service is repeating its offer of one free lunch voucher
Council objects to proposed removal of 151 Highland PayphonesPublished 15 Aug 2008
The Highland Council is objecting to the removal of 151 of the 192 payphones proposed for removal in the Highlands by BT.
Strike Action – Wednesday 20 August 2008Published 15 Aug 2008
Click here for Latest Strike Action update (issued 19 Aug)
Public Toilets ProgrammePublished 15 Aug 2008
Four Highland communities are set to benefit from the replacement of their public toilets in a phased way over the next four years.
Disruption at Cauldeen Primary SchoolPublished 15 Aug 2008
Overnight flooding has caused significant damage to Cauldeen Primary School, Inverness.
Euro Funding Bids for Lifeline RoadPublished 15 Aug 2008
Bids are being made to attract £250,000 worth of European funding to upgrade three “lifeline” Highland roads.
Roundabout Sponsorship AgreedPublished 15 Aug 2008
Highland Councillors have approved the general principle for introducing roundabout sponsorship in Inverness within 40 mph (or lower) speed restriction zones – subject to safeguards relating to road