News published June 2014
Family fun run before baton arrives in AviemorePublished 30 Jun 2014
Cairngorm Runners in partnership with Active Schools have organised a family fun run to take place in Aviemore this Friday (4 July) to celebrate the Queen’s Baton Relay visit to the village.
Medals haul for Ross-shire’s Special OlympianPublished 30 Jun 2014
Ross-shire swimming star Matthew Paterson has proved to be a Great Briton after winning gold and silver medals at the 2014 Special Olympics in the USA.
New children’s home opens in WickPublished 30 Jun 2014
Avonlea, a new five bedded purpose built residential unit for young people has opened in Wick.
Turfs cut for new Caol CampusPublished 27 Jun 2014
A programme of new primary schools for the Fort William area has taken another major step forward today (Friday 27 June) as turfs were cut at the new joint campus building site at Caol.
First Highland sighting of Queens Baton to be in Aviemore next weekPublished 27 Jun 2014
The first chance to see the 2014 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton in the Highlands will be a week today when the relay arrives in Aviemore on Friday 4 July.
Next budget forum to be held in Strathy, SutherlandPublished 26 Jun 2014
The next Highland Council budget forum will be held at 6.30pm on Tuesday 8 July in Strathy Village Hall, Strathy, Sutherland.
Council supports new Manager’s post to progress Highland Science AcademyPublished 26 Jun 2014
Highland Councillors have approved £20,000 funding towards the appointment of a Project Manager to spearhead the establishment of a Highland Science Academy on the new Inverness Campus at Beechwood.
Highland economy on path to recovery.Published 26 Jun 2014
Members of The Highland Council have noted the improving economic situation in the Highlands and hailed the positive developments and opportunities available to businesses and individuals across the region
2014 Commonwealth Games Legacy plan for Highland approvedPublished 26 Jun 2014
A 2014 Legacy Plan that highlights opportunities for Highland communities over the next five years, as a result of the Commonwealth Games, has been welcomed by Members of The Highland Council.
Inverness marks Armed Forces Day 2014Published 26 Jun 2014
The City of Inverness will mark Armed Forces Day on Sunday 29 June with a massed parade, service and events at the Northern Meeting Park.