News published June 2016
Highland Young Philanthropists Secure £72,000 in Funding for Local CharitiesPublished 30 Jun 2016
Winning secondary school teams from across Scotland recently attended the Youth Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) Scotland’s “Festival of Philanthropy” at Perth Concert Hall
Longman Lights TrialPublished 30 Jun 2016
The timings of the traffic lights at the Longman roundabout in Inverness are to be changed in an attempt to reduce delays at the busy junctions, especially at peak times
Presentation of Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s AwardsPublished 29 Jun 2016
Highland Council welcomed 5 Young people who achieved their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, to the meeting of the Highland Council in Inverness today.
Redesign Board proposes new values and purpose for the Highland CouncilPublished 29 Jun 2016
The Redesign Board for the Highland Council has drafted proposals for a new Council purpose, values and outcomes
Highland Council issues a statement setting out its position on the EUPublished 29 Jun 2016
The Highland Council today considered the impact of Thursday’s vote for the UK to leave the European Union.
Highland youth pipe bands’ success at European Pipe Band ChampionshipsPublished 29 Jun 2016
Ross and Cromarty Pipes and Drums School (RACPADS) pipe band, Lochalsh Junior Pipe Band and City of Inverness Youth Pipe Band were competing at the European championships last Saturday in Forres.
Taste the best of Highland Culture at Blas 2016Published 29 Jun 2016
The opportunity for communities to celebrate Highland culture has been a hallmark of the Blas Festival since it began and this year’s festival, taking place from 2 to 10 September, will be no exception.
Improvements along A832 route to Gairloch officially openedPublished 28 Jun 2016
The first section of a three phase programme of works to complete a twin track road from Kinlochewe to Gairloch has been officially opened.
£11,000 awarded for community projects in Inverness West WardPublished 28 Jun 2016
Residents of Inverness West (Ward 14) had the chance to cast their votes on Saturday (24 June 2016) at the Your Ward, Your Cash, What’s Best For West participatory budgeting event in Kinmylies Church,
Highland Council to consider impact of EU Referendum result for HighlandPublished 27 Jun 2016
The HIGHLAND Council is to bring a paper to its meeting on Wednesday which will allow members to discuss possible impact of Thursday’s vote for the UK to leave the EU.