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Joint visions can transform city

Joint visions can transform city

Joint visions can transform city

03 December 2021

Joint visions for the future of Inverness provide a great starting point for real transformation, the city’s MP has said.


Major plan for zoning areas for development set to go before the public

Major plan for zoning areas for development set to go before the public

Major plan for zoning areas for development set to go before the public

02 December 2021

The plan for the next decade covers an area from Easter Ross to Nairn


Inverness winter payments scheme launched

Inverness winter payments scheme launched

Inverness winter payments scheme launched

02 December 2021

People on low income can apply for a one-off payment of £88 from Highland Council’s City of Inverness Area Committee 2021/22 winter payments scheme.


Inverness roundabouts can sell business

Inverness roundabouts can sell business

Inverness roundabouts can sell business

01 December 2021

A popular Inverness sponsorship scheme by Highland Council and HNMedia using roundabouts has locations up for grabs.


Free parking is ‘token gesture’

Free parking is ‘token gesture’

Free parking is ‘token gesture’

30 November 2021

Free parking at the Inverness Town House during the festive period has been criticised by a city centre businesswoman.


Nairn fears Highland Council will sell town's silver

Nairn fears Highland Council will sell town's silver

Nairn fears Highland Council will sell town's silver

30 November 2021

Nairn fears voiced over possible big housing development to east of town and say Highland Council "selling town's silver."


Openreach works in Church Street

Openreach works in Church Street

Openreach works in Church Street

26 November 2021

Contractors working for Openreach will be in Church Street in Inverness on Monday to carry out urgent work.


Council urges residents to keep safe

Council urges residents to keep safe

Council urges residents to keep safe

26 November 2021

A storm is due to hit the Highlands today. The council are warning residents to stay safe and protect themselves.


Free public parking at Inverness Town House for festive period

Free public parking at Inverness Town House for festive period

Free public parking at Inverness Town House for festive period

25 November 2021

Motorists are being advised that there will be free public parking in the front part of the Inverness Town House car park.


Highland Council bringing ICT in-house

Highland Council bringing ICT in-house

Highland Council bringing ICT in-house

25 November 2021

Highland Council making progress with project to bring information and communications technology in-house.


Councillors to consider region's stark fuel poverty figures after being warned of looming catastrophe

Councillors to consider region's stark fuel poverty figures after being warned of looming catastrophe

Councillors to consider region's stark fuel poverty figures after being warned of looming catastrophe

25 November 2021

Highland councillors are to consider what can be done for those most in need of help to keep warm over the winter months.


Highland candidate promotes seaweed

Highland candidate promotes seaweed

Highland candidate promotes seaweed

25 November 2021

Highland Council candidate Sarah Fanet believes our seas could be key to greener future.


Disability group unable to access controversial new riverside artwork

Disability group unable to access controversial new riverside artwork

Disability group unable to access controversial new riverside artwork

24 November 2021

Members of a disability group have joined the chorus of criticism against a controversial new artwork in Inverness after being unable to access it.


Information on new Business Ventilation Grant Scheme

Information on new Business Ventilation Grant Scheme

Information on new Business Ventilation Grant Scheme

24 November 2021

Grants of up to £2,500 are available to businesses to improve ventilation and air quality on their premises to help reduce the risk of Covid-19.


Eat or heat? Council finance papers reveal stark reality of rural poverty

Eat or heat? Council finance papers reveal stark reality of rural poverty

Eat or heat? Council finance papers reveal stark reality of rural poverty

24 November 2021

Councillors branded rural poverty a “catastrophe waiting to happen this winter” following figures provided in a finance meeting today.


MSP Maree Todd calls on people to make their voice heard on plans for more onshore wind farms

MSP Maree Todd calls on people to make their voice heard on plans for more onshore wind farms

MSP Maree Todd calls on people to make their voice heard on plans for more onshore wind farms

23 November 2021

The Scottish Government is consulting for the draft onshore wind policy statement


Nairn Provost backs call to break up Highland Council

Nairn Provost backs call to break up Highland Council

Nairn Provost backs call to break up Highland Council

23 November 2021

Provost Laurie Fraser says he believes breaking up Highland Council would have significant benefits for Nairn.


Inside Holyrood: It is time to end the stigma around food banks

Inside Holyrood: It is time to end the stigma around food banks

Inside Holyrood: It is time to end the stigma around food banks

23 November 2021

MSP Emma Roddick says she will work to increase the 'take-up of benefits by those who are eligible – without shame'


WATCH: Heartfelt plea to see dilapidated classrooms replaced

WATCH: Heartfelt plea to see dilapidated classrooms replaced

WATCH: Heartfelt plea to see dilapidated classrooms replaced

22 November 2021

Senior pupils and the parent council at an Inverness school have made a heartfelt plea for planning approval.


Highland Council bids to tackle the region’s housing crisis with a full-time empty homes officer

Highland Council bids to tackle the region’s housing crisis with a full-time empty homes officer

Highland Council bids to tackle the region’s housing crisis with a full-time empty homes officer

22 November 2021

The official will work with homeowners to bring privately-owned empty properties across the Highlands back into use


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