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City centre pub seeks new later licence

City centre pub seeks new later licence

City centre pub seeks new later licence

Residents claim they have cause for concern after busy city centre pub the Gellions applied for a late licence that would keep it open until 3am.


Roads 'will be worst in Scotland'

Roads 'will be worst in Scotland'

Roads 'will be worst in Scotland'

COUNCILLORS have renewed calls for a rethink of the way cash is shared out to maintain roads across the Highlands.


Plan goes in for 101 new homes

Plan goes in for 101 new homes

Plan goes in for 101 new homes

AN application for planning in principle for 101 new homes in Inverness has been lodged with Highland Council.


Council seeking assurances on road upgrades

Council seeking assurances on road upgrades

Council seeking assurances on road upgrades

COUNCIL and business leaders have joined up to seek assurances from the Scottish Government that it remains committed to upgrading the A9 and A96.


Delivery of superfast broadband to the Highlands delayed

Delivery of superfast broadband to the Highlands delayed

Delivery of superfast broadband to the Highlands delayed

The delivery of superfast broadband to the Highlands has been indefinitely delayed.


Taxi rank closed ahead of major city centre regeneration project

Taxi rank closed ahead of major city centre regeneration project

Taxi rank closed ahead of major city centre regeneration project

A popular Inverness city centre taxi rank has now officially been decommissioned ahead of a major project to regenerate the surrounding area.


Brown bin scheme making less money after rise in charges

Brown bin scheme making less money after rise in charges

Brown bin scheme making less money after rise in charges

Figures suggest the Highlands' brown bin scheme is making less money this year, despite charging people more for the service.


Council co-ordinates disposal of beached whale

Council co-ordinates disposal of beached whale

Council co-ordinates disposal of beached whale

Highland Council’s environmental health team was on site today to co-ordinate disposal of the sperm whale which died yesterday.


Council apologises for noisy road project over Christmas and New Year

Council apologises for noisy road project over Christmas and New Year

Council apologises for noisy road project over Christmas and New Year

REPORTS of bangs and bumps in the night were all part of a plan to bring works on the Caledonian Canal up to date.


Cycling enthusiast calls for active travel hub rethink

Cycling enthusiast calls for active travel hub rethink

Cycling enthusiast calls for active travel hub rethink

Activists are maintaining pressure on Highland Council to rethink its plans for an active travel hub (ATH) in Inverness.


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