News published June 2017
Temporary Road closure Ardersier – Nairn RoadPublished 30 Jun 2017
Motorists are being advised of a temporary road closure of the B9092 Ardersier – Nairn Road.
Ben Wyvis Primary starts programme that is fit for a PrincePublished 30 Jun 2017
Pupils at a Highland primary school in Ross-shire are the first in the region to take part in a programme that has been given the Royal seal of approval.
Giving children space to growPublished 30 Jun 2017
A new guide to enhance the design of childcare provision across Scotland is now available for local authorities, private and third sector providers.
Millburn Academy pupils unite Councillors in support of people with DementiaPublished 29 Jun 2017
Dementia Friendly drama group from Millburn Academy delivered a moving performance about dementia at the Council Chamber today.
Strategic Council Lead for Police and Fire renews call for clarity over Inverness Control RoomPublished 29 Jun 2017
Cllr Mathew Reiss, former Chief Inspector with Northern Constabulary, was appointed as the Highland Council’s Strategic Lead for Police and Fire at the Highland Council meeting today, 29 June.
Final phase of Town House Works agreedPublished 29 Jun 2017
The Council has agreed to proceed to tender for a £2.3 million project to refurbish the remaining sections of the Town House in Inverness.
Commercial Board to lead economic approachPublished 29 Jun 2017
The Highland Council has agreed to set up a Commercial Board amongst a range of other recommendations to redesign the Council, including strengthening local democracy.
Council support for young LGBTI receives national recognitionPublished 29 Jun 2017
Highland Council is delighted and honoured to have been announced as the ‘Most Improved Local Education Authority’ and top performing Council in Scotland in Stonewall’s seventh annual Education Equality Index.
Busy time for Lochaber Schools’ Pipe BandPublished 29 Jun 2017
Earlier this month, Lochaber Schools’ Pipe Band hosted their first concert in many years at Lochaber High School.
Summer in the city will see roll-out of free wifiPublished 29 Jun 2017
FREE Wifi will be extended across the city centre in Inverness this summer.