RESIDENTS living in more remote parts of the Highlands will not be forgotten during the coronavirus lockdown, the council has promised.
EDEN Court staff who have been manning Highland Council's new coronavirus helpline have praised the volume of callers ringing up to offer help.
Staff at Highland Council’s dedicated Covid-19 helpline have dealt with more than 1600 calls since it went live last Wednesday afternoon.
Council tax payers in the Highlands who have lost their jobs or are experiencing a drop in income can apply for a reduction in their council tax.
BRIGHT sparks from across Ross put through their paces at a celebration of science, technology, maths and engineering showed their mettle.
A MUM who complained about Highland Council's lack of information on the support for her school-aged child has had her complaint partially upheld.
Highland Council is reminding people that its recycling centres are closed and garden waste and bulky uplift services have been suspended.
A FREE helpline is being launched by Highland Council to help those seeking assistance or wishing to volunteer during the coronavirus outbreak.
ALL household waste recycling centres in the Highlands have closed to the public with immediate effect following the nationwide coronavirus lockdown.
Highland Council has extended the deadline for key workers to apply for childcare during the coronavirus crisis.
Special guidance on what do with bins during the coronavirus crisis has been issued by Highland Council.
Highland Council has released a five-minute compilation of footage showing it responding to the coronavirus.
A RESCUE dog who didn't have the best start in life has become something of a 'film star' in Ross-shire.
Highland Council has set up a process for key workers to apply for childcare.