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    13/3/2017
    Highland Council 2017 Election CalledThumbnail for article : Highland Council 2017 Election Called
    The 2017 Highland Council election has been officially called today (Monday 13 March) with the Returning Officer seeking nominations from candidates wishing to stand in the local government elections which take place on Thursday 4 May.   A total of 74 Councillors will be appointed to represent the Council in 21 electoral wards, each with three or four elected members.  
    13/3/2017
    Highland Council 2017 Election CalledThumbnail for article : Highland Council 2017 Election Called
    The 2017 Highland Council election has been officially called today (Monday 13 March) with the Returning Officer seeking nominations from candidates wishing to stand in the local government elections which take place on Thursday 4 May.   A total of 74 Councillors will be appointed to represent the Council in 21 electoral wards, each with three or four elected members.  
    10/3/2017
    Highland Council funding to CAB Projects
    The Highland Council has agreed to extend funding to two CAB projects of up to £50,000.   The Mental Health and Midwifery projects provide money and welfare advice to pregnant mums and those experiencing mental ill health.  
    10/3/2017
    Extra £1million capital for Highland roads
    On Thursday 9th March, the Council approved £1million additional capital monies to be spent on Highland roads.   The Scottish Government, announced on 2 February 2017, an additional Capital Grant for Highland Council of £2.046m for 2017/18 and members have agreed to allocate £1million of this to roads.  
    10/3/2017
    Council agrees Redesign Board recommendations
    The Highland Council has agreed all the recommendations made by the Redesign Board.   The Board proposes a significant shift to localism.  
    10/3/2017
    Wipro staff to be based in city centre officeThumbnail for article : Wipro staff to be based in city centre office
    Wipro has opened a new delivery centre in Inverness as part of our growth plan and service delivery for the Highland Council.   40 to 50 staff will be based at Moray House in the city centre.  
    10/3/2017
    Highland Council funding to CAB Projects
    The Highland Council has agreed to extend funding to two CAB projects of up to £50,000.   The Mental Health and Midwifery projects provide money and welfare advice to pregnant mums and those experiencing mental ill health.  
    10/3/2017
    Extra £1million capital for Highland roads
    On Thursday 9th March, the Council approved £1million additional capital monies to be spent on Highland roads.   The Scottish Government, announced on 2 February 2017, an additional Capital Grant for Highland Council of £2.046m for 2017/18 and members have agreed to allocate £1million of this to roads.  
    10/3/2017
    Council agrees Redesign Board recommendations
    The Highland Council has agreed all the recommendations made by the Redesign Board.   The Board proposes a significant shift to localism.  
    10/3/2017
    Wipro staff to be based in city centre officeThumbnail for article : Wipro staff to be based in city centre office
    Wipro has opened a new delivery centre in Inverness as part of our growth plan and service delivery for the Highland Council.   40 to 50 staff will be based at Moray House in the city centre.