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'Heartfelt thanks' to community volunteers

'Heartfelt thanks' to community volunteers

'Heartfelt thanks' to community volunteers

A 'heartfelt thanks' was sent out to all council staff, community groups and volunteers helping with the Covid-19 emergency response.


Sutherland roads slippery with slush and icy patches

Sutherland roads slippery with slush and icy patches

Sutherland roads slippery with slush and icy patches

Roads across the north are reported to be suffering from excess surface water after a couple of days of snow and ice.


Local authority urges all businesses to be aware of what Level 4 restrictions mean

Local authority urges all businesses to be aware of what Level 4 restrictions mean

Local authority urges all businesses to be aware of what Level 4 restrictions mean

Timely guidance from local environmental health experts available


Council urge businesses to be aware of Level 4 restrictions

Council urge businesses to be aware of Level 4 restrictions

Council urge businesses to be aware of Level 4 restrictions

The Council stresses that it is essential that all businesses make themselves aware of Level 4 restrictions from Boxing Day.


Assurances given to parents over Covid-enforced school term changes

Assurances given to parents over Covid-enforced school term changes

Assurances given to parents over Covid-enforced school term changes

PLANS are "already well under way" to make the Covid-enforced delayed return to school after Christmas was seamless as possible, the council has said.


Donations made by Highland councillors to go to children's charities

Donations made by Highland councillors to go to children's charities

Donations made by Highland councillors to go to children's charities

CHILDREN'S charities will receive an early Christmas this year following donations by kind-hearted councillors in the Highlands.


Council homes in Highland to be made compliant with new fire prevention standards

Council homes in Highland to be made compliant with new fire prevention standards

Council homes in Highland to be made compliant with new fire prevention standards

More than £1 million has been set aside for ongoing fire safety works across council homes in the Highlands.


Highland Council issue reminder that civic Hogmanay bash is off

Highland Council issue reminder that civic Hogmanay bash is off

Highland Council issue reminder that civic Hogmanay bash is off

Highland Council has issued a reminder that all civic Hogmanay events are cancelled this year during the pandemic.


Unsafe climbing frame at Golspie playpark to be taken down and replaced with new equipment

Unsafe climbing frame at Golspie playpark to be taken down and replaced with new equipment

Unsafe climbing frame at Golspie playpark to be taken down and replaced with new equipment

An unsafe item of play equipment at a Golspie park will hopefully be replaced by next summer, according to a local councillor.


WATCH: New coronavirus toolkit piloted at Rosehall primary

WATCH: New coronavirus toolkit piloted at Rosehall primary

WATCH: New coronavirus toolkit piloted at Rosehall primary

A NEW COVID-19 education toolkit is being used to turn Highland pupils into community superheroes.


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