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News published November 2013

  • Council meets with Ledgowan Estate

    Published 29 Nov 2013

    Officers of The Highland Council met with representatives of the Ledgowan Estate today (Friday 29 November). The Council is pleased to report that its suggestions to ensure that responsible public acc

  • Stamp of approval for Kayleigh from Cannich Bridge

    Published 29 Nov 2013

    Christmas came early for Cannich Bridge Primary School when the pupil council decided to enter the Royal Mail’s competition to design their range of Christmas stamps.

  • ICArts roll out River Connections public art projects

    Published 29 Nov 2013

    The Highland Council’s Inverness City Arts Project is seeking artists to deliver four more exciting public arts projects, linked to the River Ness, complementing major flood prevention and streetsca

  • Landward Caithness by-election result

    Published 29 Nov 2013

    By-election - Ward 4 Results 2013

  • Council Director to step down

    Published 29 Nov 2013

    Mr Neil Gillies, The Highland Council’s Director of Transport Environmental and Community Services, has announced his decision to retire from the Council, with effect from the end of January, next y

  • Partners praise participants of Facebook chat on winter road safety

    Published 29 Nov 2013

    Issued by Police Scotland - Highland and Islands Division

  • Council steps up opposition to pay day lending

    Published 28 Nov 2013

    The Highland Council is to write to the UK Government, the Scottish Government and the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities to highlight its total opposition to the high-cost short-term credit off

  • More food waste liners for Inverness households

    Published 27 Nov 2013

    The Highland Council will deliver more compostable liners for the Inverness food waste collections next week. Participants in the collections will receive a further 3 rolls, left on top of their outsi

  • Leaders back A9 speed limit campaign

    Published 27 Nov 2013

    Council Leaders in the Highlands and Islands and Perth and Kinross are backing a campaign by hauliers to increase the speed limit for heavy goods vehicles over 7.5 tonnes on single carriageway stretch

  • Go ahead for Fort William office review

    Published 27 Nov 2013

    Members of The Highland Council’s Finance, Housing and Resources Committee today (27 November) gave their unanimous support and go ahead for the regeneration of the former Fort William Secondary Sch