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Highland Council cuts annual funding for Royal National Mod

Highland Council cuts annual funding for Royal National Mod

Highland Council cuts annual funding for Royal National Mod

20 November 2019

Councillors defend the move because it will see more cash invested over a longer period


Art axed after tree gets chop

Art axed after tree gets chop

Art axed after tree gets chop

19 November 2019

A TREE has been felled on the Ness Islands to make way for an artwork which is no longer going to be built.


NHS Highland demands an extra £11 million to support vulnerable adults

NHS Highland demands an extra £11 million to support vulnerable adults

NHS Highland demands an extra £11 million to support vulnerable adults

19 November 2019

NHS Highland has been accused of putting management before care after it emerged the health board was demanding £11 million from Highland Council.


Speed fears spark road survey pledge

Speed fears spark road survey pledge

Speed fears spark road survey pledge

18 November 2019

A SPEED survey is to be carried out on a busy stretch of road on the Black Isle following an appeal by locals to their MSP.


Highland schools invited to design electric vehicle

Highland schools invited to design electric vehicle

Highland schools invited to design electric vehicle

18 November 2019

A new competition is being launched for pupils to help design the branding for an electric vehicle.


Riverside artwork project is put on hold

Riverside artwork project is put on hold

Riverside artwork project is put on hold

17 November 2019

Inverness’s controversial riverside arts project is in trouble again after Highland Council identified a funding shortfall for its centrepiece work.


Ness artwork project put on hold

Ness artwork project put on hold

Ness artwork project put on hold

15 November 2019

Inverness’s controversial riverside arts project is in trouble again after Highland Council identified a funding shortfall for its centrepiece work.


Switch-on of Inverness Christmas lights will honour memory of two council staff members

Switch-on of Inverness Christmas lights will honour memory of two council staff members

Switch-on of Inverness Christmas lights will honour memory of two council staff members

15 November 2019

THE memory of two members of Highland Council's lighting department will be honoured at the Inverness Christmas lights switch-on.


Angry traders hit back over eviction plan at Victorian Market

Angry traders hit back over eviction plan at Victorian Market

Angry traders hit back over eviction plan at Victorian Market

15 November 2019

Council officers have told 14 traders of plans to give them notice to quit early next year to enable an ambitious refurbishment.


Extra costs add £32,000 to bill for My Ness riverside artwork

Extra costs add £32,000 to bill for My Ness riverside artwork

Extra costs add £32,000 to bill for My Ness riverside artwork

14 November 2019

A report to the Inverness city committee is to highlight additional work needed to improve accessibility to the controversial artwork.


Online petition launched as market traders face eviction

Online petition launched as market traders face eviction

Online petition launched as market traders face eviction

14 November 2019

AN ONLINE petition has been launched in a bid to prevent the eviction of 14 traders from the Inverness Victorian Market.


REMINDER: Voters get chance to choose new councillor

REMINDER: Voters get chance to choose new councillor

REMINDER: Voters get chance to choose new councillor

13 November 2019

Voters in Highland Council's Inverness Central ward will get a chance to vote in a by-election tomorrow.


Key figure in Inverness City Deal quits Highland Council

Key figure in Inverness City Deal quits Highland Council

Key figure in Inverness City Deal quits Highland Council

13 November 2019

The leading Highland Council official for the £315 million Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal is quitting the local authority.


Upset over closure of historic Inverness bridge during Remembrance commemoration

Upset over closure of historic Inverness bridge during Remembrance commemoration

Upset over closure of historic Inverness bridge during Remembrance commemoration

13 November 2019

THE temporary closure of a historic Inverness bridge prevented people from attending the city's main Remembrance commemoration.


Road closures during Inverness Christmas lights event

Road closures during Inverness Christmas lights event

Road closures during Inverness Christmas lights event

13 November 2019

Several road closures will be in place on Sunday during the Christmas Lights switch on, ceremony and parade in Inverness city centre.


Row over who gets to spend £600,000 fund

Row over who gets to spend £600,000 fund

Row over who gets to spend £600,000 fund

13 November 2019

Highland Council’s Inverness committee is to rank projects that will be put forward for Town Centre Regeneration cash after an acrimonious debate.


Council ‘too quick to axe PSA posts’

Council ‘too quick to axe PSA posts’

Council ‘too quick to axe PSA posts’

12 November 2019

THERE was dismay today at the news that just six months after axing dozens of pupil support assistants Highland Council is hiring 14 new ones.


Undercover operation catches Highland premises selling cigarettes to youngsters

Undercover operation catches Highland premises selling cigarettes to youngsters

Undercover operation catches Highland premises selling cigarettes to youngsters

12 November 2019

HIGHLAND premises which sold cigarettes or vape fluids to young test purchasers have paid the price.


All you need to know: Inverness Christmas lights switch-on

All you need to know: Inverness Christmas lights switch-on

All you need to know: Inverness Christmas lights switch-on

12 November 2019

COUNTDOWN to Christmas officially gets under way on Sunday as Santa arrives to help turn on the lights display in Inverness city centre.


New bus powers for council?

New bus powers for council?

New bus powers for council?

10 November 2019

THE chairman of an influential transport group has called for immediate research on the viability of a publicly operated Highland bus service.


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