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The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

26 January 2021

The well-known pub suffered a setback after Highland Council turned down a bid for Scottish Government cash


UK and Scottish Governments must "work together" to provide clarity on Barnett cash for councils

UK and Scottish Governments must "work together" to provide clarity on Barnett cash for councils

UK and Scottish Governments must "work together" to provide clarity on Barnett cash for councils

26 January 2021

Highland Council’s leader is calling for UK and Scottish Government clarity and co-operation on Barnett consequentials for local authorities.


High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

26 January 2021

But critics say too much cash went on a multi-million private renovation


Highland Council to lead on works to 'make safe' building in Inverness

Highland Council to lead on works to 'make safe' building in Inverness

Highland Council to lead on works to 'make safe' building in Inverness

25 January 2021

Three families evacuated from the building and the road will remain closed.


Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

25 January 2021

Hundreds of Highland businesses forced to close under the latest coronavirus lockdown measures will begin receiving payments from today.


Support for tenants hit by struggling finances is highlighted

Support for tenants hit by struggling finances is highlighted

Support for tenants hit by struggling finances is highlighted

25 January 2021

COUNCIL house tenants hit by worsening finances amid the Covid-19 pandemic are being pointed towards a new resource detailing what help is available.


Controversial plans for Inverness housing development back before planners

Controversial plans for Inverness housing development back before planners

Controversial plans for Inverness housing development back before planners

23 January 2021

Controversial plans for 101 new homes in Inverness are back before planners six weeks after being withdrawn.


Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

22 January 2021

Paul Senior was appointed education chief and cost the council more than £70,000 for three month's work


Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

Councillors slam audit after being blamed for £937 a day consultant leaving Highland Council early

22 January 2021

Unrepentant Highland councillors have hit back at an audit that blamed them for the early departure of a consultant costing £936 a day at their door.


Rolls to be capped in some Inverness schools

Rolls to be capped in some Inverness schools

Rolls to be capped in some Inverness schools

22 January 2021

School rolls in some Inverness primary and secondary schools will be capped for the next academic year.


Highland Council audit hits out at 'weaknesses' in appointment that cost almost £1000 a day

Highland Council audit hits out at 'weaknesses' in appointment that cost almost £1000 a day

Highland Council audit hits out at 'weaknesses' in appointment that cost almost £1000 a day

21 January 2021

News that the cash-strapped local authority hired a consultant sparked outrage from councillors and the public


Surge in inquiries at Inverness Citizens Advice office amid coronavirus pandemic prompts appeal for volunteers

Surge in inquiries at Inverness Citizens Advice office amid coronavirus pandemic prompts appeal for volunteers

Surge in inquiries at Inverness Citizens Advice office amid coronavirus pandemic prompts appeal for volunteers

21 January 2021

A surge in the number of people seeking help from the Inverness branch of the Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has prompted an appeal for volunteers.


Hydroelectric turbine project will provide to provide learning opportunities for young people

Hydroelectric turbine project will provide to provide learning opportunities for young people

Hydroelectric turbine project will provide to provide learning opportunities for young people

21 January 2021

Highland Council has begun detailed design works on a major £2.5m energy project, part-funded by the Scottish Government through Salix Finance.


Three temporary city road closures announced

Three temporary city road closures announced

Three temporary city road closures announced

21 January 2021

CITY road closures will cause disruption for some Inverness motorists in the next few days.


Farm plan will cater for tourists

Farm plan will cater for tourists

Farm plan will cater for tourists

20 January 2021

RETAIL space at a Drumnadrochit farm could be converted into three holiday lets under plans submitted to Highland Council.


Bin collection service in Inverness hit by winter weather

Bin collection service in Inverness hit by winter weather

Bin collection service in Inverness hit by winter weather

20 January 2021

Wintry weather in the Inverness area caused some disruption to bin collections today.


Highland Council under fire over delays in the £7.5 million extension of an overcrowded Inverness school

Highland Council under fire over delays in the £7.5 million extension of an overcrowded Inverness school

Highland Council under fire over delays in the £7.5 million extension of an overcrowded Inverness school

19 January 2021

Highland Council stands accused of “insulting pupils” and undermining educational attainment by delaying expansion of overcrowded Culloden Academy.


Lockdown to remain in place until mid-February and schools to remain shut for the same period

Lockdown to remain in place until mid-February and schools to remain shut for the same period

Lockdown to remain in place until mid-February and schools to remain shut for the same period

19 January 2021

The First Minister says Covid transmission rates are still too high and pressure on the NHS is mounting


Winners and loser revealed as Inverness Councillors decided how best to handout £252,000 in funding

Winners and loser revealed as Inverness Councillors decided how best to handout £252,000 in funding

Winners and loser revealed as Inverness Councillors decided how best to handout £252,000 in funding

18 January 2021

The city centre will benefit most with the High Street and Union Streets getting the lion's share of the cash


Highland Council to offer grants for low income households

Highland Council to offer grants for low income households

Highland Council to offer grants for low income households

18 January 2021

The £270,000 Fuel Support Fund has been set up using Scottish Government funding which can be used flexibly to alleviate financial insecurities.


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