News published July 2021
Rapid COVID-19 community testing available at Portree and DornochPublished 30 Jul 2021
Rapid COVID-19 community testing will be available in Portree and Dornoch from Monday 2 August to Friday 6 August.
Sgeama-cluiche Samhradh Grianach Gàidhlig/Sunny Summer Gaelic PlayschemePublished 30 Jul 2021
Tha sgeama-cluiche tro mheadhan na Gàidhlig air a bhith a’ dol air adhart anns a’ Ghearasdan fad na seachdain airson 26 sgoilear bho Bhun-Sgoil Ghàidhlig Loch Abar.
Extra time to comment on proposed link between the Lochloy area of Nairn and the A96 retail parkPublished 30 Jul 2021
The public consultation for the proposed link between the Lochloy area of Nairn and the A96 retail park has been extended for a further 4 weeks giving people up until Friday, 27th August 2021.
Biotoxins affecting bivalve shellfish in coastal waters in the West of the Isle of SkyePublished 30 Jul 2021
Highland Council's Environmental Health team have identified raised levels of naturally occurring bivalve shellfish biotoxins following routine monitoring at Loch Harport.
Information for voters ahead of Highland Council By-electionsPublished 29 Jul 2021
Polling will take place on Thursday 12 August to elect one of five candidates standing in The Highland Council's Wick and East Caithness ward and one of seven candidates standing in the Inverness West ward.
New City events group agree attendee safety as top priorityPublished 28 Jul 2021
At its meeting in May, the City of Inverness Area Committee agreed to invite High Life Highland, as the Council’s arms-length Charity, to assume responsibility for managing the City’s events programme
Chance to have your say on Riverside WayPublished 28 Jul 2021
The Highland Council, in partnership with Sustrans Scotland and AECOM, have launched an on-line consultation to gain feedback on the current measures for social distancing in place along the riverside
Extra time to comment on proposed Inshes Corridor improvementsPublished 28 Jul 2021
The public consultation for Inshes Corridor Improvements has been extended for a further 6 weeks giving people up until Friday 10th of September 2021 to give their feedback
Spòrs SamhraidhPublished 28 Jul 2021
Chuir Sgioba Gàidhlig Chomhairle na Gàidhealtachd air dòigh Spòrs Samhraidh o chionn ghoirid, le taic ionmhasail bho Bhòrd na Gàidhlig.
Council advises people to prepare following Met Office warningPublished 27 Jul 2021
The Met Office has issued a warning for potential power outages and flash flooding affecting the Highlands over the next few days so the message from Highland Council is “be prepared”.