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Is the 20mph scheme working in the Highlands?

Is the 20mph scheme working in the Highlands?

Is the 20mph scheme working in the Highlands?

A public consultation on the Highland-wide 20mph limit zones has been launched.


Paid work placements in Highland are boosting confidence and self-esteem

Paid work placements in Highland are boosting confidence and self-esteem

Paid work placements in Highland are boosting confidence and self-esteem

Nine placements have started since October.


Campaigners vow to fight controversial Invergordon housing plan, after application formally lodged

Campaigners vow to fight controversial Invergordon housing plan, after application formally lodged

Campaigners vow to fight controversial Invergordon housing plan, after application formally lodged

“DISAPPOINTED” campaigners have vowed to fight a “fundamentally flawed” plan for almost 80 houses on a greenfield site on the fringes of Invergordon.


'Wonderful to see the school full and buzzing with community spirit'

'Wonderful to see the school full and buzzing with community spirit'

'Wonderful to see the school full and buzzing with community spirit'

A Ross-shire community turned out in force to support its secondary school start the countdown to Christmas.


Dingwall Academy Christmas fair call: 'Come hungry!'

Dingwall Academy Christmas fair call: 'Come hungry!'

Dingwall Academy Christmas fair call: 'Come hungry!'

The remarkable contribution of unsung heroes who make life better in Ross-shire will share the spotlight at Dingwall Academy's Christmas fair.


'Negative rumours' circulating in Alness Academy community addressed by Highland Council education chief

'Negative rumours' circulating in Alness Academy community addressed by Highland Council education chief

'Negative rumours' circulating in Alness Academy community addressed by Highland Council education chief

Nicky Grant said after a crunch meeting: 'I hope as parents and carers you will join us in supporting the school moving forward.'


Highland Council receives approval for amended Household Waste Policy

Highland Council receives approval for amended Household Waste Policy

Highland Council receives approval for amended Household Waste Policy

Households will get an extra bin as part of the changes which aim to increase the amount of waste recycled while saving money for the service.


A9 motorhome site plan resurrected for North Kessock car park

A9 motorhome site plan resurrected for North Kessock car park

A9 motorhome site plan resurrected for North Kessock car park

Controversial long-running plans for a caravan park near the Kessock Bridge have re-emerged after Highland Council lodged a full planning application.


20 flats now ready for tenants in Ross-shire town

20 flats now ready for tenants in Ross-shire town

20 flats now ready for tenants in Ross-shire town

Twenty new flats on a patch of derelict land in Ross-shire's county town are now ready for their new council tenants.


Climate change thrown into focus by Ross-shire pupils at Highland COP28 tie-in

Climate change thrown into focus by Ross-shire pupils at Highland COP28 tie-in

Climate change thrown into focus by Ross-shire pupils at Highland COP28 tie-in

Pupils from Gairloch, Dingwall, Fortrose and Invergordon were amongst those taking part in the mock COP28.


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