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Community early years practitioners leading the way on nature walks for infants and toddlers

Community early years practitioners leading the way on nature walks for infants and toddlers

Community early years practitioners leading the way on nature walks for infants and toddlers

More than 30 staff employed by Highland Council have completed training to deliver toddler walks – promoting positive physical and mental health.


Rats set up home in mountain of rubbish at Wick's Kennedy Terrace

Rats set up home in mountain of rubbish at Wick's Kennedy Terrace

Rats set up home in mountain of rubbish at Wick's Kennedy Terrace

Residents on a Wick street have had enough of the illegal dumping which has turned part of the area into a haven for rats.


Aiming for a World Class Bog: Celebrate the Flow Country on International Bog Day

Aiming for a World Class Bog: Celebrate the Flow Country on International Bog Day

Aiming for a World Class Bog: Celebrate the Flow Country on International Bog Day

Highland Council is supporting International Bog Day on Sunday, an annual event designed to celebrate the importance of bogs to our environment.


Legal decisions on Sutherland space hub expected in the coming weeks

Legal decisions on Sutherland space hub expected in the coming weeks

Legal decisions on Sutherland space hub expected in the coming weeks

Two key legal decisions are expected in the coming weeks on the plan to build a space hub in north Sutherland.


Wick and East Caithness candidates share their election priorities

Wick and East Caithness candidates share their election priorities

Wick and East Caithness candidates share their election priorities

Five candidates are contesting the by-election for Wick and East Caithness on August 12. We asked all five: What will you deliver if elected?


Deadlines for taking part in council by-election are drawing near

Deadlines for taking part in council by-election are drawing near

Deadlines for taking part in council by-election are drawing near

There is less than a week left for people to register to vote or apply for a postal vote in the forthcoming local authority election.


County has been unfairly treated by Highland Council, claims Wick and East Caithness candidate

County has been unfairly treated by Highland Council, claims Wick and East Caithness candidate

County has been unfairly treated by Highland Council, claims Wick and East Caithness candidate

A council candidate says the pothole problems that have come to the fore in Caithness prove that the county "does not get its fair share".


Wick councillor highlights 'chronic underspend' of £1m on Caithness roads

Wick councillor highlights 'chronic underspend' of £1m on Caithness roads

Wick councillor highlights 'chronic underspend' of £1m on Caithness roads

A Highland councillor for Wick and east Caithness talked of the chronic underspend on Caithness roads that has allowed them to 'fall apart'.


WATCH: Council roadworks costing almost £260,000 completed in Caithness

WATCH: Council roadworks costing almost £260,000 completed in Caithness

WATCH: Council roadworks costing almost £260,000 completed in Caithness

Work costing almost £260,000 has resulted in almost 12 miles of local authority roads in Caithness being repaired.


Advice for people heading to Caithness this summer

Advice for people heading to Caithness this summer

Advice for people heading to Caithness this summer

Police Scotland has issued advice to remind road users heading to Caithness and the far north to be safe on country roads.


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