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Update on multimillion-pound Easter Ross school campus project

Update on multimillion-pound Easter Ross school campus project

Update on multimillion-pound Easter Ross school campus project

01 July 2022

A multimillion-pound new school campus in Tain is a step closer – but concerns about rising construction costs are creating budget challenges.


Highland library support offered for those with diabetes

Highland library support offered for those with diabetes

Highland library support offered for those with diabetes

30 June 2022

Libraries run by High Life Highland are now able to provide iPads to support those with type 2 diabetes.


Council agrees to progress control measures for short term AirBnB-style lets

Council agrees to progress control measures for short term AirBnB-style lets

Council agrees to progress control measures for short term AirBnB-style lets

30 June 2022

Control area will be decided by Scottish Ministers while a licensing regime is introduced region-wide


Difficult decisions ahead says council official despite budget underspend

Difficult decisions ahead says council official despite budget underspend

Difficult decisions ahead says council official despite budget underspend

30 June 2022

Highland Council’s accounts show a £9 million underspend and healthy reserves.


Ross town's public toilets closed due to vandalism and flooding

Ross town's public toilets closed due to vandalism and flooding

Ross town's public toilets closed due to vandalism and flooding

30 June 2022

Public toilets in Dingwall have been closed due to vandalism.


End of term farewells at Dingwall Primary

End of term farewells at Dingwall Primary

End of term farewells at Dingwall Primary

30 June 2022

One of Ross-shire's largest primary schools has marked the last day of term before summer break with fond farewells.


Jackets, hoodies, shoes, glasses water bottles: Ross-shire secondary issues end-of-term lost property call

Jackets, hoodies, shoes, glasses water bottles: Ross-shire secondary issues end-of-term lost property call

Jackets, hoodies, shoes, glasses water bottles: Ross-shire secondary issues end-of-term lost property call

29 June 2022

A call has gone out to pupils and their parents and carers at a Ross-shire secondary over lost property before the end of the school term.


Massive Chromebook 'refresh' programme for Highland school pupils

Massive Chromebook 'refresh' programme for Highland school pupils

Massive Chromebook 'refresh' programme for Highland school pupils

28 June 2022

A massive investment in new Chromebooks for Highland pupils will also provide plenty of work for a Ross-shire-based refurbishment specialist.


Councillors asked to back NC500 bid for government cash.

Councillors asked to back NC500 bid for government cash.

Councillors asked to back NC500 bid for government cash.

27 June 2022

Councillors will see the report on Thursday.


Public exhibition set for Embo on Coul Links golf course plan

Public exhibition set for Embo on Coul Links golf course plan

Public exhibition set for Embo on Coul Links golf course plan

25 June 2022

Communities for Coul lodged a pre-planning application notice (PAN) for the project with Highland Council on June 19.


European Pipe Band Championship crowns a winner

European Pipe Band Championship crowns a winner

European Pipe Band Championship crowns a winner

25 June 2022

One lucky pipe band has gone home the winner after today's Piping Inverness event.


'No compulsory purchase orders' on Ross-shire estate set for massive redevelopment

'No compulsory purchase orders' on Ross-shire estate set for massive redevelopment

'No compulsory purchase orders' on Ross-shire estate set for massive redevelopment

24 June 2022

The redevelopment of an estate in Dingwall will NOT include compulsory purchase orders – though property 'negotiation' may be on cards in some cases.


Climate crisis action at the Highland climate festival

Climate crisis action at the Highland climate festival

Climate crisis action at the Highland climate festival

24 June 2022

The Highland Climate Festival is starting this weekend, with over 100 events taking place to show collective action on the climate emergency.


Surprise decision sees councillors grant a reprieve to Ironworks as hotel plan deferred

Surprise decision sees councillors grant a reprieve to Ironworks as hotel plan deferred

Surprise decision sees councillors grant a reprieve to Ironworks as hotel plan deferred

23 June 2022

They deferred the final decision on plans to demolish the venue and build a hotel


Pressure on Highland Council over short-term let licensing scheme set-up

Pressure on Highland Council over short-term let licensing scheme set-up

Pressure on Highland Council over short-term let licensing scheme set-up

22 June 2022

Highland Council has revealed that it is under incredible pressure to introduce the short-term let legislation by October.


Energy plant proposal is submitted

Energy plant proposal is submitted

Energy plant proposal is submitted

19 June 2022

A new anaerobic digester (AD) plant could be built near Tain if the proposal gets the backing of Highland Council.


Ross-shire hotel revamp bid to boost visitor appeal

Ross-shire hotel revamp bid to boost visitor appeal

Ross-shire hotel revamp bid to boost visitor appeal

19 June 2022

A bid to breathe fresh life into a Ross-shire hotel within an historic listed building have been lodged.


'Undeniable challenges' in Highland education says Black Isle councillor keen to make a difference in key role

'Undeniable challenges' in Highland education says Black Isle councillor keen to make a difference in key role

'Undeniable challenges' in Highland education says Black Isle councillor keen to make a difference in key role

18 June 2022

A new Black Isle councillor is keen to make a difference on a subject which has been close to her heart for decades.


Call for water safety for Drowning Prevention Week

Call for water safety for Drowning Prevention Week

Call for water safety for Drowning Prevention Week

17 June 2022

AN initiative to raise awareness on the risks associated with water will be running from tomorrow.


Taxi operators back fares' rise as fuel price hikes hit bottom line

Taxi operators back fares' rise as fuel price hikes hit bottom line

Taxi operators back fares' rise as fuel price hikes hit bottom line

17 June 2022

Taxi operators have asked Highland Council to urgently review their fares amid concerns over fuel prices.


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