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Local Authority Articles

13/11/2018
Retiring Highland Council Chief Steve Barron pays tribute to staffThumbnail for article : Retiring Highland Council Chief Steve Barron pays tribute to staff
At his last official function The Highland Council's retiring CEX Steve Barron has paid tribute to two members of staff for their outstanding work.   During The Highland Council's Quality Awards event, held last Thursday in Inverness Town House, he took the opportunity to present a special commendation award to the Council's Project Co-ordinator for War Memorials Alf Leslie.  
13/11/2018
Retiring Highland Council Chief Steve Barron pays tribute to staffThumbnail for article : Retiring Highland Council Chief Steve Barron pays tribute to staff
At his last official function The Highland Council's retiring CEX Steve Barron has paid tribute to two members of staff for their outstanding work.   During The Highland Council's Quality Awards event, held last Thursday in Inverness Town House, he took the opportunity to present a special commendation award to the Council's Project Co-ordinator for War Memorials Alf Leslie.  
9/11/2018
"Plot to plate" School cook is Highland Council's Employee of the YearThumbnail for article : "Plot to plate" School cook is Highland Council's Employee of the Year
A Cook at Broadford Primary School on the Isle of Skye has scooped the Highland Council's Employee of the Year 2018 Award for her commitment to promote healthy eating and for inspiring pupils to get involved from "plot to plate" Annette Burfooot, who has been at the school for 11 years, is described as a skilled and dedicated member of staff who is passionate about promoting healthy eating and regularly goes into classrooms to chat to the children about nutrition and developing healthy eating habits.  She also encourages them to proactively get involved in the planning of menus for school meals making the most of fresh herbs and vegetables grown in the school garden.  
9/11/2018
Unison Overwhelmingly Reject Pay Offer And Vote To Move Towards Strike ActionThumbnail for article : Unison Overwhelmingly Reject Pay Offer And Vote To Move Towards Strike Action
UNISON will start to take steps towards strike action.  The local government joint trade unions - who have also run consultative ballots of their members - will be meet with CoSLA to inform them of the results of their ballots, tomorrow Friday 9th November.  
9/11/2018
"Plot to plate" School cook is Highland Council's Employee of the YearThumbnail for article : "Plot to plate" School cook is Highland Council's Employee of the Year
A Cook at Broadford Primary School on the Isle of Skye has scooped the Highland Council's Employee of the Year 2018 Award for her commitment to promote healthy eating and for inspiring pupils to get involved from "plot to plate" Annette Burfooot, who has been at the school for 11 years, is described as a skilled and dedicated member of staff who is passionate about promoting healthy eating and regularly goes into classrooms to chat to the children about nutrition and developing healthy eating habits.  She also encourages them to proactively get involved in the planning of menus for school meals making the most of fresh herbs and vegetables grown in the school garden.  
9/11/2018
Unison Overwhelmingly Reject Pay Offer And Vote To Move Towards Strike ActionThumbnail for article : Unison Overwhelmingly Reject Pay Offer And Vote To Move Towards Strike Action
UNISON will start to take steps towards strike action.  The local government joint trade unions - who have also run consultative ballots of their members - will be meet with CoSLA to inform them of the results of their ballots, tomorrow Friday 9th November.  
8/11/2018
Strategic Housing Investment Plan approvedThumbnail for article : Strategic Housing Investment Plan approved
The Council remains on track to provide much-needed affordable homes.  Members of the Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee today (Thursday 8 November 2018) have approved the Council's Strategic Housing Investment Plan for 2019-2024 that will see a minimum of 500 units being built each year of which 70% will be for affordable rent and 30% for low cost home ownership.  
8/11/2018
Highland Council approves new strategy to reduce single use plasticsThumbnail for article : Highland Council approves new strategy to reduce single use plastics
Highland Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to develop a holistic strategy and action plan to reduce the consumption of single use plastics from its sites and schools, and the wider community.   The strategy and action plan was approved at a meeting of the Council's Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee today (8 November 2018).  
8/11/2018
Strategic Housing Investment Plan approvedThumbnail for article : Strategic Housing Investment Plan approved
The Council remains on track to provide much-needed affordable homes.  Members of the Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee today (Thursday 8 November 2018) have approved the Council's Strategic Housing Investment Plan for 2019-2024 that will see a minimum of 500 units being built each year of which 70% will be for affordable rent and 30% for low cost home ownership.  
8/11/2018
Highland Council approves new strategy to reduce single use plasticsThumbnail for article : Highland Council approves new strategy to reduce single use plastics
Highland Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to develop a holistic strategy and action plan to reduce the consumption of single use plastics from its sites and schools, and the wider community.   The strategy and action plan was approved at a meeting of the Council's Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee today (8 November 2018).