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NHS, police and council chiefs in 'stay local' plea

NHS, police and council chiefs in 'stay local' plea

NHS, police and council chiefs in 'stay local' plea

EASING Covid restrictions are not a licence to do what you like and you must follow the rules to protect yourself & others, the public has been urged.


Discretionary Grant Fund Scheme extended by Highland Council

Discretionary Grant Fund Scheme extended by Highland Council

Discretionary Grant Fund Scheme extended by Highland Council

The move will allow more businesses from the region to apply after extra funds were made available to support a wider range of firms.


Push for lower speed limit in built-up areas backed by Highland Council

Push for lower speed limit in built-up areas backed by Highland Council

Push for lower speed limit in built-up areas backed by Highland Council

Highland Council has committed to lobbying the Scottish Government to make 20mph the default speed limit for cars in built-up areas.


Issues around 'dirty camping' in the Highlands are to be discussed on BBC news programme

Issues around 'dirty camping' in the Highlands are to be discussed on BBC news programme

Issues around 'dirty camping' in the Highlands are to be discussed on BBC news programme

Eòrpa, the Gaelic channel's European news show, visits Inverness and Skye to discusses a lack of facilites for campers.


'It is foolhardy of us if we sit on a pile of money all content and very cosy'

'It is foolhardy of us if we sit on a pile of money all content and very cosy'

'It is foolhardy of us if we sit on a pile of money all content and very cosy'

The local authority now has a £44 million surplus for the financial year after it received further government funding.


Post-lockdown visitor surge sparks new jobs to help Highlands cope

Post-lockdown visitor surge sparks new jobs to help Highlands cope

Post-lockdown visitor surge sparks new jobs to help Highlands cope

AN expected surge in visitor numbers have sparked the creation of 18 seasonal jobs to help the Highlands cope with the post-lockdown influx.


Repair work to temporarily close canal-side path

Repair work to temporarily close canal-side path

Repair work to temporarily close canal-side path

VITAL repairs will force the temporary closure of the canal-side footpath in Dingwall for up to three days next week.


PICTURES: Work starts to 'declutter' Highland capital's High Street with pedestrians and cyclists set to benefit

PICTURES: Work starts to 'declutter' Highland capital's High Street with pedestrians and cyclists set to benefit

PICTURES: Work starts to 'declutter' Highland capital's High Street with pedestrians and cyclists set to benefit

WORK to declutter the Highland capital's High Street is under way


Council considers updated financial position

Council considers updated financial position

Council considers updated financial position

Councillors have noted a revenue report with an update on Highland Council’s year end position which estimates Reserves at £44.1 million.


Rangers wanted for posts throughout the Highlands

Rangers wanted for posts throughout the Highlands

Rangers wanted for posts throughout the Highlands

It hopes to appoint nine seasonal rangers to be the 'eyes and ears' of the authority on the ground.


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