News published October 2016
Apprentice mechanics appointedPublished 31 Oct 2016
The Highland Council's Community Services have recently completed a recruitment drive for apprentice mechanics.
Funding for North creative industriesPublished 31 Oct 2016
Economy Secretary confirms EU support at Convention of Highlands and Islands.
Citizens’ Panel Performance and Attitudes Survey 2016Published 31 Oct 2016
The results of the latest Citizens’ Panel 2016 Performance and Attitudes Survey were reported to the Highland Council.
Temporary road closure – part B9039 Newton - Castle Stewart - Ardersier Road, InvernessPublished 31 Oct 2016
Motorists are being advised of a temporary road closure for a section of the B9039 Newton - Castle Stewart - Ardersier Road, Inverness.
Consultation period coming to a close on Modified Plan for Caithness and SutherlandPublished 31 Oct 2016
The Highland Council is reminding everyone that the opportunity to have a say on the modified version of the Proposed Caithness and Sutherland Local Development Plan (CaSPlan) is coming to an end
Review of grass cuttingPublished 28 Oct 2016
A paper going to Community Service Committee next week on 3 November, will recommend the establishment of an in-house operation that can provide Amenity Services, including grass cutting throughout the Highlands from next year.
Third sector fundingPublished 28 Oct 2016
A paper on funding allocations for third sector culture and leisure services went to The Highland Council’s Education, Children and Adult Services Committee on Wednesday 26 October 2016.
Final stage of works on the A82 at Tomnahurich BridgePublished 28 Oct 2016
Following work starting last week on the Inverness West Link route at Tommahurich Bridge in Inverness, road users are being advised that this week the project enters the final stages
Council agrees the Redesign Board’s recommendation for future of janitorial and catering servicesPublished 27 Oct 2016
The Highland Council agrees the recommendation of the Redesign Board to retain Catering, Cleaning and Facilities Management/Janitorial Services (CCFM) within the Council.
Words prove important in ‘Emerging Literacy’ report to Council MembersPublished 27 Oct 2016
Members of The Highland Council’s Education, Children and Adult Services Committee have overwhelmingly ‘embraced, celebrated, and welcomed’ a report on ‘Emerging Literacy’.