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Snow, ice and rain cause challenges on roads as Highland Council gritters do the rounds

Snow, ice and rain cause challenges on roads as Highland Council gritters do the rounds

Snow, ice and rain cause challenges on roads as Highland Council gritters do the rounds

Snow, ice and rain cause issues for drivers on Ross-shire routes.


Council joins network in bid to tackle homelessness

Council joins network in bid to tackle homelessness

Council joins network in bid to tackle homelessness

EFFORTS to tackle homelessness in the Highlands have received a boost after the council joined a "pioneering network" aimed at improving things.


Highland Council to offer grants for low income households

Highland Council to offer grants for low income households

Highland Council to offer grants for low income households

The £270,000 Fuel Support Fund has been set up using Scottish Government funding which can be used flexibly to alleviate financial insecurities.


People in the Highlands facing a ‘cost of living crisis’

People in the Highlands facing a ‘cost of living crisis’

People in the Highlands facing a ‘cost of living crisis’

In the Highland Council area, as many as 17,700 have been forced to apply for council tax exemption.


Chance to have your say on draft Tain Conservation Area Appraisal and Conservation Area Management Plan

Chance to have your say on draft Tain Conservation Area Appraisal and Conservation Area Management Plan

Chance to have your say on draft Tain Conservation Area Appraisal and Conservation Area Management Plan

Highland Council wants to hear your view


Lockdown prompts winter gritting vow from council

Lockdown prompts winter gritting vow from council

Lockdown prompts winter gritting vow from council

The latest coronavirus lockdown will not hit vital gritting work this winter, Highland Council has vowed.


Move by Highland Council to give powers to officials in 'emergency situations' draws flack

Move by Highland Council to give powers to officials in 'emergency situations' draws flack

Move by Highland Council to give powers to officials in 'emergency situations' draws flack

Highland Council leader Margaret Davidson has defended a move to grant officers wide-ranging powers to make decisions quickly in an emergency.


Online school and early learning enrolment for 2021 in Highlands announced

Online school and early learning enrolment for 2021 in Highlands announced

Online school and early learning enrolment for 2021 in Highlands announced

Parents and carers can now enrol their child online for P1 for this school year starting August 17


Personal bank accounts can now be used to apply for closure grants

Personal bank accounts can now be used to apply for closure grants

Personal bank accounts can now be used to apply for closure grants

Both business and personal bank accounts can now be used to apply for the Scottish Government's Temporary Business Closure Grants.


Second round of town centre funding confirmed

Second round of town centre funding confirmed

Second round of town centre funding confirmed

Highland Council's Black Isle, Dingwall and Seaforth Committee confirms second tranche of funding to benefit Dingwall, Rosemarkie and Fortrose


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