News archive

News published October 2009

  • Success of first Highland education festival

    Published 28 Oct 2009

    The two day Highland education festival held at Dingwall Academy on Tuesday and Wednesday has been a resounding success with over 1800 teaching staff, learning support auxiliaries and classroom assist

  • Response to Clachnacuddin FC going into administration

    Published 27 Oct 2009

    The City Committee of The Highland Council will be briefed on the latest developments concerning Clachnacuddin FC at its meeting on Monday 2 November.  This is the date by which the club were due to

  • Council agrees preferred bidder for ICT procurement

    Published 27 Oct 2009

    At a special meeting today (Tuesday 27 October), The Highland Council’s Resources Committee agreed to appoint Fujitsu Services as its preferred bidder for Information Communication and Technology Se

  • Highland young musicians prepare for 21 year celebrations

    Published 27 Oct 2009

    Two days of musical excellence to commemorate 21 years of Highland Regional Music Groups are now reaching the final stages of preparation. Over the last 21 years, thousands of young musicians have tr

  • Reminder for residents

    Published 27 Oct 2009

    Easter Ross residents only have a few days to respond to a survey looking at bus service provision.

  • HMIe tell Caithness school to keep up the good work

    Published 27 Oct 2009

    In a report published today on Watten Primary, confident pupils, a positive ethos, staff teamwork and partnership with parents and the community were the strengths identified in their June 2009 inspec

  • Transport Seminar for Dingwall

    Published 26 Oct 2009

    The Highland Council’s Dingwall and Seaforth Ward members are hosting a free transport seminar on Saturday (31 October) from 9.30 am – 12.30 pm in Dingwall Academy.   

  • Lochaber to host Highland transition event for young people

    Published 26 Oct 2009

    The Highland Council and Skills Development Scotland have organised a Transition Fair in Lochaber which will promote the services and opportunities which are available for young people with additional

  • Solar bike shed for Highland school

    Published 26 Oct 2009

    Pupils living in Glenelg, Wester Ross can now cycle to school each day safe in the knowledge that not only will their bikes stay dry in the newly erected bike shed but the solar panels on the shed roo

  • Dingwall and Seaforth forum to focus on regeneration

    Published 26 Oct 2009

    The next meeting of The Highland Council’s Dingwall and Seaforth Ward Forum will be held on Wednesday (28 October) when the focus will be on regeneration.  Representatives from Highland and Islands