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Highland Council issues tax scam warning

Highland Council issues tax scam warning

Highland Council issues tax scam warning

Highland Council trading standards are warning people of the emergence of a new council tax scam.


Wintry weather sparks school closures amid warnings of further storm to come

Wintry weather sparks school closures amid warnings of further storm to come

Wintry weather sparks school closures amid warnings of further storm to come

STRATHERRICK Primary has become the latest victim of today’s wintry weather, Highland Council has announced.


Essential maintenance at the Victorian Market has finished on schedule

Essential maintenance at the Victorian Market has finished on schedule

Essential maintenance at the Victorian Market has finished on schedule

Essential maintenance on the pavement outside the Victorian Market has taken place.


River Ness bridge reopens after flood danger passes

River Ness bridge reopens after flood danger passes

River Ness bridge reopens after flood danger passes

A footbridge and an underpass in Inverness that were closed overnight on Sunday, due to a flood warning on River Ness, have reopened.


Highland Council fears capital funding cut by a third despite Scottish Government budget promises

Highland Council fears capital funding cut by a third despite Scottish Government budget promises

Highland Council fears capital funding cut by a third despite Scottish Government budget promises

Highland Council has given a “very cautious” response to the Scottish Government’s budget and claims that funding has been increased.


Highland MSP makes history by delivering Scottish budget

Highland MSP makes history by delivering Scottish budget

Highland MSP makes history by delivering Scottish budget

The Scottish Government has delivered its budget despite announcing that its finance secretary had been suspended hours before he was due at Holyrood.


Council-run buses to save toxic streets

Council-run buses to save toxic streets

Council-run buses to save toxic streets

HIGHLAND Council is ready to explore the idea of creating its own green, publicly-owned bus company to tackle toxic fumes and congestion in Inverness.


Impact for businesses as essential repair work set for Inverness city centre

Impact for businesses as essential repair work set for Inverness city centre

Impact for businesses as essential repair work set for Inverness city centre

Repairs to a collapsed pavement at the entrance of the Victorian Market will start on Sunday.


MP urges action to tackle Academy Street

MP urges action to tackle Academy Street

MP urges action to tackle Academy Street

HIGHLAND Council must be bolder and more ambitious in devising a grand vision for the future of Inverness city centre after shock pollution findings.


Vote in Holyrood rescues £19m in rates relief for Highland businesses

Vote in Holyrood rescues £19m in rates relief for Highland businesses

Vote in Holyrood rescues £19m in rates relief for Highland businesses

Highland MSP Kate Forbes has declared victory in a bid to secure crucial business rates schemes worth almost £20 million across the Highlands.


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