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Inverness Caley Thistle call on fans to write to councillors ahead of crunch vote

09 March 2024
Inverness Caley Thistle call on fans to write to councillors ahead of crunch vote

Inverness Caley Thistle call on fans to write to councillors ahead of crunch vote

09 March 2024

The club issues a defiant statement on the ‘reasons why this application can and should be approved.’


Highland Council in a 'pickle' over review of multimillion-pound Caley Thistle project

07 March 2024
Highland Council in a 'pickle' over review of multimillion-pound Caley Thistle project

Highland Council in a 'pickle' over review of multimillion-pound Caley Thistle project

07 March 2024

Who wanted to review the decision?


Highland Council move risks scuppering £3.4 million Caley Thistle deal

07 March 2024
Highland Council move risks scuppering £3.4 million Caley Thistle deal

Highland Council move risks scuppering £3.4 million Caley Thistle deal

07 March 2024

Chairman Ross Morrison refuses to consider going part-time but warns the club may have 'difficulties in surviving'.


Inverness Caledonian Thistle need to overcome 30 councillors to pass battery farm project

06 March 2024
Inverness Caledonian Thistle need to overcome 30 councillors to pass battery farm project

Inverness Caledonian Thistle need to overcome 30 councillors to pass battery farm project

06 March 2024

Ahead of a crunch meeting with fans ICT chairman Ross Morrison condemned ‘the bewildering behaviour' of the council.


Hundreds of Highland Council staff feel they are not always treated fairly at work

06 March 2024
Hundreds of Highland Council staff feel they are not always treated fairly at work

Hundreds of Highland Council staff feel they are not always treated fairly at work

06 March 2024

Hundreds more admit personal relationships at the local authority have made them feel 'uncomfortable.'


The Chancellor says the UK has ‘turned the corner on inflation’ and the economy will grow

06 March 2024
The Chancellor says the UK has ‘turned the corner on inflation’ and the economy will grow

The Chancellor says the UK has ‘turned the corner on inflation’ and the economy will grow

06 March 2024

The OBR says inflation targets will be met and borrowing is going down – but is it enough to win the next election?


Chancellor: Budget will 'put £680 a year back into the pocket of Scottish workers'

06 March 2024
Chancellor: Budget will 'put £680 a year back into the pocket of Scottish workers'

Chancellor: Budget will 'put £680 a year back into the pocket of Scottish workers'

06 March 2024

Jeremy Hunt's plans were largely welcomed by the FSB but slammed by local MPs Jamie Stone and Drew Hendry.


Mixed reaction to UK Budget but Scotland to get £295 million more in funding

06 March 2024
Mixed reaction to UK Budget but Scotland to get £295 million more in funding

Mixed reaction to UK Budget but Scotland to get £295 million more in funding

06 March 2024

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt called it a 'budget for long term growth' with a boost for the drinks sector and a blow for oil and gas.


Drew Hendry calls on Jeremy Hunt to create VAT-free zones in town and city centres

05 March 2024
Drew Hendry calls on Jeremy Hunt to create VAT-free zones in town and city centres

Drew Hendry calls on Jeremy Hunt to create VAT-free zones in town and city centres

05 March 2024

The Highland MP says 'VAT-free streets is not just about economic revival but also about ensuring fairness.'


Teaching unions separately demand action as they slam Highland Council's approach to staff

04 March 2024
Teaching unions separately demand action as they slam Highland Council's approach to staff

Teaching unions separately demand action as they slam Highland Council's approach to staff

04 March 2024

Unison has 'grave concerns' about violence in schools and the EIS has lashed out at proposals to cut 70 principal teachers.


Details behind Highland Council's agreed 'outline' budget will only be known in two weeks

29 February 2024
Details behind Highland Council's agreed 'outline' budget will only be known in two weeks

Details behind Highland Council's agreed 'outline' budget will only be known in two weeks

29 February 2024

The agreed proposals are branded 'nebulous, vague, hazy, obscure, indistinct, unclear, indefinite, murky, blurred, formless and featureless.'


Highland Council leadership passes budget unchanged despite serious challenges

29 February 2024
Highland Council leadership passes budget unchanged despite serious challenges

Highland Council leadership passes budget unchanged despite serious challenges

29 February 2024

Council leader Raymond Bremner says it 'allows for significant investment to take place and protect jobs across our communities.'


Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

29 February 2024
Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

29 February 2024

It also calls for a letter to the First Minister telling him his government made the council's 'severe financial plight of the council' worse.


Beluga Lagoon's Aviemore gig – a group 'to make you fall in love with music again'

28 February 2024
Beluga Lagoon's Aviemore gig – a group 'to make you fall in love with music again'

Beluga Lagoon's Aviemore gig – a group 'to make you fall in love with music again'

28 February 2024

The man behind the project Andrew O'Donnell talks to us about their biggest gig yet by one of Scotland's absolute best acts.


Can ambitious plans for an Aviemore venue help fill the void left by the Ironworks?

28 February 2024
Can ambitious plans for an Aviemore venue help fill the void left by the Ironworks?

Can ambitious plans for an Aviemore venue help fill the void left by the Ironworks?

28 February 2024

Bosses at the Macdonald Resort want to make The Osprey arena a go-to venue for top musical acts in the Highlands.


Opposition groups say Highland Council budget 'does nothing to improve life'

28 February 2024
Opposition groups say Highland Council budget 'does nothing to improve life'

Opposition groups say Highland Council budget 'does nothing to improve life'

28 February 2024

They say the budget has 'no real substance' and question if it 'will in fact cover the financial gap.'


EDWARD MOUNTAIN: New energy efficiency Bill could 'obliterate' Highland finances

27 February 2024
EDWARD MOUNTAIN: New energy efficiency Bill could 'obliterate' Highland finances

EDWARD MOUNTAIN: New energy efficiency Bill could 'obliterate' Highland finances

27 February 2024

The MSP warns that 'it is practically impossible' for Highland homes to meet proposed energy performance standard.


Highland teachers suffer 'physical violence' and abuse on a 'daily' basis, says union

27 February 2024
Highland teachers suffer 'physical violence' and abuse on a 'daily' basis, says union

Highland teachers suffer 'physical violence' and abuse on a 'daily' basis, says union

27 February 2024

The EIS found staff 'have sustained physical injuries' while many considered leaving the profession altogether.


Highland Council says its bid to change its ‘operating model’ could save £24 million

26 February 2024
Highland Council says its bid to change its ‘operating model’ could save £24 million

Highland Council says its bid to change its ‘operating model’ could save £24 million

26 February 2024

But there is little detail of what cost reduction, income generation, redesign and efficiency means for services.


LibDems at Highland Council get a boost as Patrick Logue joins the group

26 February 2024
LibDems at Highland Council get a boost as Patrick Logue joins the group

LibDems at Highland Council get a boost as Patrick Logue joins the group

26 February 2024

It comes as the notice of election is published after the resignation of LibDem councillor Colin Aitken.


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