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Council wants Scottish Government support to tackle ‘uncontrolled camping’

Council wants Scottish Government support to tackle ‘uncontrolled camping’

Council wants Scottish Government support to tackle ‘uncontrolled camping’

Highland councillors have agreed to call for help from the Scottish Government to tackle "uncontrolled camping".


Council warns that funeral size restrictions remain unchanged

Council warns that funeral size restrictions remain unchanged

Council warns that funeral size restrictions remain unchanged

HIGHLAND Council has reminded the public that no more than 20 people should attend a funeral service in person during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Multiple Inverness events cancelled – including Hogmanay, bonfire and Halloween – due to coronavirus

Multiple Inverness events cancelled – including Hogmanay, bonfire and Halloween – due to coronavirus

Multiple Inverness events cancelled – including Hogmanay, bonfire and Halloween – due to coronavirus

Multiple major civic events – including Hogmanay, bonfire and Halloween – have been cancelled due to coronavirus.


Councillor's tumble outside Inverness Town House raises safety concerns

Councillor's tumble outside Inverness Town House raises safety concerns

Councillor's tumble outside Inverness Town House raises safety concerns

A disabled city councillor’s safety warnings proved to be spot-on after he took a painful tumble in his wheelchair.


£936 a day council schools boss in shock exit – just 10 weeks after being appointed

£936 a day council schools boss in shock exit – just 10 weeks after being appointed

£936 a day council schools boss in shock exit – just 10 weeks after being appointed

HIGHLAND Council’s controversial chief officer of education is to leave his role in August, the local authority has confirmed.


Further calls to scrap city centre one-way system

Further calls to scrap city centre one-way system

Further calls to scrap city centre one-way system

Councillors have again called for the controversial one-way system around Inverness Castle to be scrapped.


Keyworker childcare hubs to close as schools get set to reopen

Keyworker childcare hubs to close as schools get set to reopen

Keyworker childcare hubs to close as schools get set to reopen

Childcare provision for key workers in the Highlands will end by August 10.


Council uses video to explain impact of Covid-19 on budget

Council uses video to explain impact of Covid-19 on budget

Council uses video to explain impact of Covid-19 on budget

An online video launched by Highland Council attempts to explain the impact of coronavirus on council finances.


Council reminds public that service points are still shut for now

Council reminds public that service points are still shut for now

Council reminds public that service points are still shut for now

HIGHLAND Council has moved to remind communities that its service point network remains closed for now – in line with Covid-19 guidance.


Highland Council aims to 'work differently' after lessons of lockdown

Highland Council aims to 'work differently' after lessons of lockdown

Highland Council aims to 'work differently' after lessons of lockdown

Staff and communities have been praised for their outstanding response to the Covid-19 emergency.


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