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Phased 'greening' of Highland Council vehicle fleet welcomed

Phased 'greening' of Highland Council vehicle fleet welcomed

Phased 'greening' of Highland Council vehicle fleet welcomed

Councillors have acknowledged the success of the local authority to date in 'greening' its fleet and meeting compliance requirements.


Highland firms urged: 'Use Brexit webinars'

Highland firms urged: 'Use Brexit webinars'

Highland firms urged: 'Use Brexit webinars'

'They are there to help prepare to Ne'er Day change' says Brexit group chief


Highlanders working with Santa to secure a present for everyone

Highlanders working with Santa to secure a present for everyone

Highlanders working with Santa to secure a present for everyone

'If you're in a position to donate, please do' says council's convener


More flexible funding available for Highland Council play parks

More flexible funding available for Highland Council play parks

More flexible funding available for Highland Council play parks

Still £374k for local groups to apply for - and another £254k may come


Decision awaited on controversial hotel plans in Inverness

Decision awaited on controversial hotel plans in Inverness

Decision awaited on controversial hotel plans in Inverness

Controversial plans to knock down a popular live music venue in Inverness and replace it with a £30 million hotel could be decided next month.


City centre road closed for 'customer queuing and social distancing arrangements'

City centre road closed for 'customer queuing and social distancing arrangements'

City centre road closed for 'customer queuing and social distancing arrangements'

A city centre road will be closed for part of December for customer queuing and social distancing arrangements.


Inverness firms called on to pay the living wage by local councillors

Inverness firms called on to pay the living wage by local councillors

Inverness firms called on to pay the living wage by local councillors

But debate over the issues sparks division at the city committee


Council will review entitlement to free school meals

Council will review entitlement to free school meals

Council will review entitlement to free school meals

Highland Council is going to review entitlement to free school meals to help families.


Probe launched into £206,000 unpaid school meals bill

Probe launched into £206,000 unpaid school meals bill

Probe launched into £206,000 unpaid school meals bill

Change is on the menu for Highland school meals after it was revealed more than 80,000 dinners have not been paid for.


The historic Infirmary Bridge may have to close after Inverness councillors refused to back a move to secure cash for immediate repairs

The historic Infirmary Bridge may have to close after Inverness councillors refused to back a move to secure cash for immediate repairs

The historic Infirmary Bridge may have to close after Inverness councillors refused to back a move to secure cash for immediate repairs

Councillor Andrew Jarvie hoped to prevent the £550,000 bill spiralling further but was voted down


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