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HMICS PUBLISHES Thematic Inspection of the Scottish Police Authority
HMICS PUBLISHES Thematic Inspection of the Scottish Police Authority - Phase 1 Review of Openness and Transparency.   A review by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (HMICS) into the openness and transparency of the way that the Scottish Police Authority conducts its business has concluded that there is a need for the Authority to genuinely engage with its stakeholders and listen to the views of those with an interest in the policing of Scotland.  
HMICS PUBLISHES Thematic Inspection of the Scottish Police Authority
HMICS PUBLISHES Thematic Inspection of the Scottish Police Authority - Phase 1 Review of Openness and Transparency.   A review by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (HMICS) into the openness and transparency of the way that the Scottish Police Authority conducts its business has concluded that there is a need for the Authority to genuinely engage with its stakeholders and listen to the views of those with an interest in the policing of Scotland.  
FLAG Fund Success For Scrabster And LossiemouthThumbnail for article : FLAG Fund Success For Scrabster And Lossiemouth
Scrabster and Lossiemouth harbours have secured funding through the Highland & Moray Fisheries Local Action Group (FLAG) to install new pontoons to cater for the increasing demand for berthing space.   Lossiemouth also received funding towards an innovative dredging system to allow regular dredging to be carried out ensuring the pontoons will be accessible at all times.  
Caithness and North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership - Update
Week commencing 12th June 2017.   Energy & business services: The offshore construction phase of the Caithness- Moray programme to enhance the north's electricity distribution grid has reached a significant milestone with the laying of the first sections of the subsea cable across the Moray Firth.  
Dounreay - The End Planning Phase - Your Chance To CommentThumbnail for article : Dounreay  - The End Planning Phase - Your Chance To Comment
A planning application will be submitted to Highland Council later this year to cover the next phase of planning at the Dounreay site.  Planning permission from 2018 to the shutdown of the site, also known as the interim end state, is the third phase of the planning required for the Dounreay decommissioning programme.  
Dounreay - The End Planning Phase - Your Chance To CommentThumbnail for article : Dounreay  - The End Planning Phase - Your Chance To Comment
A planning application will be submitted to Highland Council later this year to cover the next phase of planning at the Dounreay site.  Planning permission from 2018 to the shutdown of the site, also known as the interim end state, is the third phase of the planning required for the Dounreay decommissioning programme.  
Caithness and North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership - Update Weeks commencing 3 April to 5 June 2017
Following the end of the two recent election periods, congratulations to all our new and returning Highland Councillors, and to our new MP.  This is a short message to update you on activities relating to the Caithness & North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership (CNSRP) during the two election periods.  
6/6/2017
Highland Council And Police Highlight Role Of Communities In Countering Terrorism
The Highland Council took part in observing a minute's silence at 11:00 today Tuesday 6 June, in respect of the terrorist attack in London on Saturday 3 June 2017.   Leader of the Highland Council, Margaret Davidson said: "Our thoughts and sympathies are with all those affected by these most recent horrific incidents.  
6/6/2017
Highland Council And Police Highlight Role Of Communities In Countering Terrorism
The Highland Council took part in observing a minute's silence at 11:00 today Tuesday 6 June, in respect of the terrorist attack in London on Saturday 3 June 2017.   Leader of the Highland Council, Margaret Davidson said: "Our thoughts and sympathies are with all those affected by these most recent horrific incidents.