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Still to receive or return your postal vote in the Highlands?

Still to receive or return your postal vote in the Highlands?

Still to receive or return your postal vote in the Highlands?

Advice has been issued for voters in the Highlands who have yet to receive or return their postal votes.


Highland Council opens buildings in Inverness and Dingwall for people who haven’t received postal votes

Highland Council opens buildings in Inverness and Dingwall for people who haven’t received postal votes

Highland Council opens buildings in Inverness and Dingwall for people who haven’t received postal votes

A private booth has ben set up for anyone who wishes to complete their postal vote there and then.


Highland Council claims new roads investment will offer improvements…

Highland Council claims new roads investment will offer improvements…

Highland Council claims new roads investment will offer improvements…

but figures don’t stack-up and ‘deterioration of the overall network will occur’


Highland Council agrees ‘a social value charter’ aiming to more than double community benefit from renewables developers

Highland Council agrees ‘a social value charter’ aiming to more than double community benefit from renewables developers

Highland Council agrees ‘a social value charter’ aiming to more than double community benefit from renewables developers

The opt-in new partnership seeks to increase contributions to £7500 per MW on top of the £5000 per MW already in place.


Highland voters ‘frustrated and angry’ over ‘inability to vote’ after postal ballot delays

Highland voters ‘frustrated and angry’ over ‘inability to vote’ after postal ballot delays

Highland voters ‘frustrated and angry’ over ‘inability to vote’ after postal ballot delays

“Frustrated and angry” Highlanders have spoken out about the delays in receiving their postal vote, meaning they won’t get a say in the election.


Rose Street multi-storey works set to hit Inverness car parking capacity for six months

Rose Street multi-storey works set to hit Inverness car parking capacity for six months

Rose Street multi-storey works set to hit Inverness car parking capacity for six months

Motorists will face six months of disruption and greatly reduced capacity at the Rose Street multi-storey car park in Inverness.


Highland Council declares ‘housing challenge’ with 24,000 homes needed in a decade

Highland Council declares ‘housing challenge’ with 24,000 homes needed in a decade

Highland Council declares ‘housing challenge’ with 24,000 homes needed in a decade

Renewable companies could help deliver homes costing up to estimated £2.8 billion


Claims of “democratic outrage” as Highland Council blocks bid to give public more say over controversial electricity infrastructure schemes

Claims of “democratic outrage” as Highland Council blocks bid to give public more say over controversial electricity infrastructure schemes

Claims of “democratic outrage” as Highland Council blocks bid to give public more say over controversial electricity infrastructure schemes

Highland Council’s refusal to debate a plan to empower people to better assess energy developments has been described as a “democratic outrage”..


Highlands wood panel manufacturer to give 20,000 HGV journeys the chop in road to rail switch

Highlands wood panel manufacturer to give 20,000 HGV journeys the chop in road to rail switch

Highlands wood panel manufacturer to give 20,000 HGV journeys the chop in road to rail switch

World-leading eco-friendly wood panel firm near Inverness is to switch transportation


Highland councillors’ expenses claims top £130,000

Highland councillors’ expenses claims top £130,000

Highland councillors’ expenses claims top £130,000

Inflation may have pushed up Highland councillors’ expenses this year, with the total for reimbursement claims in 2023/24 topping £130,000.


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