News published November 2016
Opportunity to join High Life Highland BoardPublished 30 Nov 2016
The Highland Council is looking to recruit two Directors onto the Board of High Life Highland to provide strategic direction and governance to the company and expert advice and support to its management team.
Consumers urged to understand their rights this National Consumer WeekPublished 29 Nov 2016
Highland residents are being urged to seek redress from retailers that sell faulty electrical goods this Christmas after a survey carried out by Citizens Advice found that two-thirds of consumers have
A9 ground investigations to start next weekPublished 29 Nov 2016
Motorists are being asked to plan ahead for traffic restrictions on a section of the A9 between Glen Garry and Kincraig.
Highland Council seek staff views on efficienciesPublished 29 Nov 2016
The Highland Council is asking staff for ideas on how the council can be more efficient and how income could be generated.
Highland Council Trading Standards warns residents to be on their guard against Council Tax scam telephone callsPublished 29 Nov 2016
The scam involves unsuspecting consumers receiving a phone call from an individual regarding their current council tax bill and if they feel that they are paying too much.
Further delay to Wick Campus handover and openingPublished 29 Nov 2016
The Highland Council has been notified by hub North Scotland Limited that the expected handover date for the Wick Campus facility is now Thursday 8 December 2016.
Fort William Mountain Bike World Cup voted best in the worldPublished 29 Nov 2016
The 15th Fort William Mountain Bike World Cup in the Scottish Highlands has won international recognition after it was named as the best Downhill Mountain Bike event in the world in 2016.
Volunteers improve access along Caithness CoastPublished 29 Nov 2016
Members of the Caithness Countryside Volunteers teamed up with the Friends of the John O’Groats Trail on Sunday morning to improve access between Bruan and Ellens Geo on the East coast of Caithness.
Winter roads plan for Caithness confirmedPublished 29 Nov 2016
Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians in Caithness are being urged to be aware of The Highland Council’s council gritting plans in their area for the winter.
New Cycle Storage for Thurso PrimaryPublished 29 Nov 2016
Members of the Caithness Committee have approved £9,800 from the Scottish Government’s Cycling, Walking and Safer Streets Programme to install two cycle shelters with racking for up to 20 bikes within the school grounds of Pennyland Primary.