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22/4/2021
Inverness Leisure To Become Covid-safe Count Centre
The largest leisure centre in the Highlands will temporarily suspend sporting activities in favour of regional democracy when it becomes one of the locations where votes in the Scottish Parliamentary Elections will be counted.   Douglas Wilby, Director of Sport and Leisure with High Life Highland said, "We have been working closely with the Returning Officer and colleagues in The Highland Council to accommodate the substantial changes in the way this count is taking place, in order to offer those involved a COVID-safe environment.  
22/4/2021
Inverness Leisure To Become Covid-safe Count Centre
The largest leisure centre in the Highlands will temporarily suspend sporting activities in favour of regional democracy when it becomes one of the locations where votes in the Scottish Parliamentary Elections will be counted.   Douglas Wilby, Director of Sport and Leisure with High Life Highland said, "We have been working closely with the Returning Officer and colleagues in The Highland Council to accommodate the substantial changes in the way this count is taking place, in order to offer those involved a COVID-safe environment.  
23/3/2021
Closing date for Taxi Fund extended to 25 March
Highland Council has announced that the closing date for applications to the Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Driver Support Fund this scheme has been confirmed as 5pm on Thursday 25 March 2021.   The Scottish Government has also now clarified that if you have received a grant through the Taxi Fund this will not now affect any Universal Credit payments you are also receiving.  
23/3/2021
Closing date for Taxi Fund extended to 25 March
Highland Council has announced that the closing date for applications to the Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Driver Support Fund this scheme has been confirmed as 5pm on Thursday 25 March 2021.   The Scottish Government has also now clarified that if you have received a grant through the Taxi Fund this will not now affect any Universal Credit payments you are also receiving.  
22/3/2021
Visitor Management Plan agreed for Highland
To meet the growth in visitors to the Highlands of Scotland, The Highland Council's Tourism Committee has agreed a Visitor Management Plan for 2021 which will be adapted to provide a 5-year plan for the future.   The Council will work with other agencies involved in tourism and visitor management to deliver the plan.  
22/3/2021
Visitor Management Plan agreed for Highland
To meet the growth in visitors to the Highlands of Scotland, The Highland Council's Tourism Committee has agreed a Visitor Management Plan for 2021 which will be adapted to provide a 5-year plan for the future.   The Council will work with other agencies involved in tourism and visitor management to deliver the plan.  
18/3/2021
Closing Date Set For Strategic Framework Business Fund Applications
The Scottish Government has just announced that the Strategic Framework Business Fund grant scheme will close to new applicants on 22 March 2021.   The Highland Council has already assessed and approved 5178 applications for this grant fund.  
18/3/2021
Closing Date Set For Strategic Framework Business Fund Applications
The Scottish Government has just announced that the Strategic Framework Business Fund grant scheme will close to new applicants on 22 March 2021.   The Highland Council has already assessed and approved 5178 applications for this grant fund.  
18/3/2021
Voters Urged To Register In Time To Have Their Say In May
On Thursday 6 May residents in the Highlands and Western Isles can have their say on who represents them in the Scottish Parliament.   In order to vote in the election, residents must be on the electoral register.  
18/3/2021
Voters Urged To Register In Time To Have Their Say In May
On Thursday 6 May residents in the Highlands and Western Isles can have their say on who represents them in the Scottish Parliament.   In order to vote in the election, residents must be on the electoral register.