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Rogart Community Council falls by the wayside

Rogart Community Council falls by the wayside

Rogart Community Council falls by the wayside

Highland Council has revealed the number of nominations received in the community council elections following the October 29 deadline.


Highland Council reduces bill for childcare placements

Highland Council reduces bill for childcare placements

Highland Council reduces bill for childcare placements

COSTS of more than £6 million have been avoided thanks to a reduction in the numbers of looked-after children in placements outside the Highlands.


Fears over future of council

Fears over future of council

Fears over future of council

A Sutherland community council faces winding up unless enough people come forward to stand at its next election in November.


Brora in race against time for town centre funding

Brora in race against time for town centre funding

Brora in race against time for town centre funding

Community leaders in Bora are racing against time to access £65,000 funding from the Scottish Government for a town centre project.


Save our teacher!

Save our teacher!

Save our teacher!

Parents of pupils at a small Sutherland primary school are lobbying Highland Council in a bid to retain one of their teachers.


£3.2k cost of Coul inquiry

£3.2k cost of Coul inquiry

£3.2k cost of Coul inquiry

The cost to the tax payer of holding the Coul Links planning inquiry was £3200, a Government spokesman has said.


Call to speed up bridge plan

Call to speed up bridge plan

Call to speed up bridge plan

Pressure is being put on Highland Council to bring forward plans to replace an ageing north coast bridge


Councillor urges 'cool it' over glamping site

Councillor urges 'cool it' over glamping site

Councillor urges 'cool it' over glamping site

A local councillor is trying to defuse conflict over a controversial tourism development at a north west Sutherland beauty spot.


Schoolgirl (8) launches campaign to save teacher

Schoolgirl (8) launches campaign to save teacher

Schoolgirl (8) launches campaign to save teacher

A young Sutherland pupil has launched a petition to persuade education bosses to give a probationary teacher at her school a permanent job.


Councillor calls for action as "alarming" population slump is forecast

Councillor calls for action as "alarming" population slump is forecast

Councillor calls for action as "alarming" population slump is forecast

Sutherland’s already fragile population figures are set to plunge still further over the next few years, it is feared.


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