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One more needed to complete council's top team

One more needed to complete council's top team

One more needed to complete council's top team

28 October 2019

Highland Council has made two more appointments to new posts of executive chief officer – leaving just one of the new posts unfilled.


Highland Council seeks views on proposed rent rises

Highland Council seeks views on proposed rent rises

Highland Council seeks views on proposed rent rises

28 October 2019

Highland Council has launched a month-long consultation exercise over proposed rent increases.


Tourist tax unwelcome in city, says BID

Tourist tax unwelcome in city, says BID

Tourist tax unwelcome in city, says BID

27 October 2019

ANY tourist tax imposed on the Highlands would be unacceptable to city businesses and could threaten their profitability, Inverness BID has claimed.


New plans for stables at Culloden

New plans for stables at Culloden

New plans for stables at Culloden

26 October 2019

PLANS for a leisure resort in an area close to the Culloden battlefield are to be submitted to council planners for a second time.


Bridge and road closures for Halloween show

Bridge and road closures for Halloween show

Bridge and road closures for Halloween show

26 October 2019

VARIOUS road and bridge restrictions will be in place today and tomorrow due to the annual Halloween show at the Ness Islands in Inverness.


Hotel set to get go-ahead

Hotel set to get go-ahead

Hotel set to get go-ahead

24 October 2019

PLANS for a new 210-bedroom hotel on the site of an Inverness city centre car park have been recommended for approval.


Be aware! Council tax scammers still targeting region

Be aware! Council tax scammers still targeting region

Be aware! Council tax scammers still targeting region

24 October 2019

Scammers are writing to people claiming they are due a council tax refund or can have their council tax band reassessed upon payment of £150.


Councillors rebuff calls by walking and cycling groups for new road building to cease

Councillors rebuff calls by walking and cycling groups for new road building to cease

Councillors rebuff calls by walking and cycling groups for new road building to cease

24 October 2019

Calls for all Scottish road building projects to cease have been branded “naïve” by Highland Council.


Call to scrap all new road-building plans branded 'very naive'

Call to scrap all new road-building plans branded 'very naive'

Call to scrap all new road-building plans branded 'very naive'

24 October 2019

Highland Council and HITRANS have hit back at demands from walking and cycling groups to scrap all plans to build new roads in Scotland.


New lease of life for building after £1.8m upgrade

New lease of life for building after £1.8m upgrade

New lease of life for building after £1.8m upgrade

23 October 2019

A city centre building owned by the Inverness Common Good Fund is now fully let after extensive refurbishment and investment of £1.8 million.


Will council move out of town house?

Will council move out of town house?

Will council move out of town house?

22 October 2019

HIGHLAND Council is looking into the possibility of giving up its occupancy of Inverness Town House – a move which could save it £241,000 a year.


Work on new swing bridge leads to diversions

Work on new swing bridge leads to diversions

Work on new swing bridge leads to diversions

22 October 2019

Temporary diversions will be in place on a section of the Caledonian Canal tow paths while work on stage two of the West Link road continues.


Spook-tacular! All you need to know ahead of the annual Halloween show

Spook-tacular! All you need to know ahead of the annual Halloween show

Spook-tacular! All you need to know ahead of the annual Halloween show

21 October 2019

THOUSANDS of people are expected to get into the Halloween spirit early this weekend when Inverness hosts its annual Halloween show.


Inverness receives Royal National Mòd flag ahead of competition coming to the Highlands in 2020

Inverness receives Royal National Mòd flag ahead of competition coming to the Highlands in 2020

Inverness receives Royal National Mòd flag ahead of competition coming to the Highlands in 2020

21 October 2019

The Mòd flag was handed over to Inverness as the competition wound up in Glasgow at the weekend.


£6m saved on child care costs

£6m saved on child care costs

£6m saved on child care costs

19 October 2019

COSTS of more than £6 million have been avoided thanks to a reduction in the numbers of looked-after children in placements outside the Highlands.


Opposition to plans for more than 300 new homes between Balloch and Culloden

Opposition to plans for more than 300 new homes between Balloch and Culloden

Opposition to plans for more than 300 new homes between Balloch and Culloden

17 October 2019

Controversial plans to build new homes on fields to the east of Inverness have sparked an online campaign calling for a community buyout of the site.


PICTURES: Inverness city centre resurfacing work makes progress

PICTURES: Inverness city centre resurfacing work makes progress

PICTURES: Inverness city centre resurfacing work makes progress

16 October 2019

RESURFACING of a section of Academy Street in Inverness city centre is set to be complete on Friday.


Another knock back for BrewDog's plans to come to Inverness

Another knock back for BrewDog's plans to come to Inverness

Another knock back for BrewDog's plans to come to Inverness

15 October 2019

BREWDOG has suffered a second blow to its plans to come to Inverness after another planning application was rejected.


Call for Europeans to register

Call for Europeans to register

Call for Europeans to register

15 October 2019

A SENIOR Highland councillor is calling for European residents living in the Highlands to register with the EU settlement scheme.


Hotel work prompts changes to loading and disabled parking bays in city centre

Hotel work prompts changes to loading and disabled parking bays in city centre

Hotel work prompts changes to loading and disabled parking bays in city centre

15 October 2019

WORK on a new hotel in Inverness city centre has prompted changes to some loading and disabled parking bays.


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