News published September 2009
Holidaymakers urged to shop around for the best bureaux de change rate dealsPublished 30 Sep 2009
Trading Standards Officers with The Highland Council are advising holidaymakers and travellers to shop around for the best deals when buying their holiday money from local bureaux de change outlets.
Partnership agreement aims to save Highland livesPublished 30 Sep 2009
A partnership agreement signed today by representatives of the Highlands and Islands Fire and Rescue Service (HIFRS) and The Highland Council’s Housing and Property Service aims to save the lives of
Bridge to employment builds inter-school teamsPublished 29 Sep 2009
Tomorrow (Wednesday 30 September) it won’t be just squirrels swinging through the trees in the Cairngorm National Park as over 70 pupils from six Highland secondary schools will be taking part in ou
Highland Pupils Learn About Health Career OpportunitiesPublished 29 Sep 2009
123 S4 pupils from 16 Highland secondary schools attended a special event at the Centre for Health Science in Inverness today.
TV favourite used to collect young people’s viewsPublished 29 Sep 2009
Youngsters in Tain and Easter Ross have been taking part in a Big Brother diary room project to get their views across at the next Ward Forum in the area.All residents of Tain and Easter Ross – both
Dornoch Burghfield Campus Hosts Tourism Ward ForumPublished 29 Sep 2009
The next East Sutherland and Edderton Ward Forum will be held on Monday 5 October at 7.30pm in the new North Highland College campus at the Burghfield, Dornoch. The theme of the forum is Tourism, so i
Benefits of bilingual teaching generate demand for new generation of Gaelic teachersPublished 29 Sep 2009
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Locals urged to stand for Dulnain Bridge Community CouncilPublished 29 Sep 2009
People in the Dulnain Bridge area are being urged to stand for election onto Dulnain Bridge Community Council.
Caithness Wards’ Discretionary Budget AwardsPublished 29 Sep 2009
A number of local groups have recently benefited from grants awarded from The Highland Council’s Thurso, Wick and Landward Caithness Wards’ Discretionary budgets. They are: -
South West Channel Flood Scheme DelayPublished 29 Sep 2009
The works to construct the Inverness South West Flood Relief Channel, which will divert flood water from the south side of Inverness away from residential properties in Hilton, Lochardil, and Holm by