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Coronavirus forces Highland Council to postpone committee meetings

Coronavirus forces Highland Council to postpone committee meetings

Coronavirus forces Highland Council to postpone committee meetings

HIGHLAND Council has postponed all committee meetings and member workshops due that were due to take place in March and April over coronavirus.


Highland Council to issue more school information soon

Highland Council to issue more school information soon

Highland Council to issue more school information soon

Education team have been working extensively on providing learning materials for home studies


Coronavirus presents an 'unprecedented challenge' to Highland Council

Coronavirus presents an 'unprecedented challenge' to Highland Council

Coronavirus presents an 'unprecedented challenge' to Highland Council

Top Highland Council officials have revealed that work is well under way to deal with the impact on services presented by the coronavirus outbreak.


Highland Council says it is 'no longer business as usual' as it responds to coronavirus situation

Highland Council says it is 'no longer business as usual' as it responds to coronavirus situation

Highland Council says it is 'no longer business as usual' as it responds to coronavirus situation

Highland Council has said it is “no longer business as usual” as it responds to the rapidly changing coronavirus situation.


Views sought over efforts to boost electric vehicle use and charging infrastructure

Views sought over efforts to boost electric vehicle use and charging infrastructure

Views sought over efforts to boost electric vehicle use and charging infrastructure

EFFORTS to boost electric vehicle use in the Highlands are in the works – and the council needs Strath residents' views to help with the moves.


Highland Council staff member wins Apprentice of the Year award

Highland Council staff member wins Apprentice of the Year award

Highland Council staff member wins Apprentice of the Year award

AN 'enthusiastic and dedicated' Highland Council staff member has won 2020's Apprentice of the Year title.


Council tax to rise by almost five per cent

Council tax to rise by almost five per cent

Council tax to rise by almost five per cent

HIGHLAND Council is set to increase council tax by 4.84 per cent.


Free bus travel for children likely as Highland MSPs bridge the party gap to deliver a Scottish budget deal

Free bus travel for children likely as Highland MSPs bridge the party gap to deliver a Scottish budget deal

Free bus travel for children likely as Highland MSPs bridge the party gap to deliver a Scottish budget deal

Two Highland MSPs have been pivotal in securing a Scottish budget deal after a compromise was reached between the SNP government and the Greens.


Deadline approaches for Dalwhinnie Community Council nominations

Deadline approaches for Dalwhinnie Community Council nominations

Deadline approaches for Dalwhinnie Community Council nominations

It was one of 16 watchdogs across the Highlands that remained unformed after the elections held in December last year


Swimming returns for local residents at Aviemore resort

Swimming returns for local residents at Aviemore resort

Swimming returns for local residents at Aviemore resort

Hotel chief Donald Macdonald reopens the doors to members of the High Life Highland scheme as gesture of goodwill


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