4th December 2019
A quick roundup of news and blog posts from around the web from members of the Chamber:
The Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) is hosting its final event of the year at the Carmelite Hotel on Wednesday 11th December.
Eric Baijal of BBM Solicitors shares an update on his recent visit to the SARIPA Annual Conference.
CVG are appealing to young people currently registered for the Saltire Award or organisations with young volunteers to come forward and claim their volunteering hours.
To find out more about free tree packs visit the Woodland Trust website.
An exciting opportunity for adult volunteer youth instructors based in Wick Fire Station.
Information on the work being carried out to provide a lasting legacy of Dounreay’s history and how to donate items to the historic collection.
Details of festive party evenings and festive tours at the Dunnet Bay Distillery.
Highland Council Trading Standards are asking members of the public to be on their guard as the latest attempt to scam people has been reported.
The Highland Council Modern Apprenticeship Programme recently achieved a top grading following a three-day Quality Assurance Assessment from Skills Development Scotland.
Highland Council enjoyed its most successful night at the SAQP (Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning) held recently.
In Spring 2020 the Council intends to introduce a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for any new procurements of public and school transport contracts. This will be advertised for expressions of interest in January.
HIAL can confirm that a revised offer has been presented to Prospect to resolve the long running air traffic control industrial dispute.
Public Appointments Scotland has today (Thursday 28 November) announced the appointment of Eric Hollanders; Christopher Holliday; Loraine Strachan and Isabel Todenhoefer as Non-Executive Directors of the Board of Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL).
For December, the Mackays Hotel team highlight the Glenkinchie 10-Year-Old malt.
On the 22nd November 2019, Morson Projects celebrated its 40th birthday with a Morson Projects & Waldeck Management Conference and a 1979 themed party.
Northern Scotland’s roads could see 116 times the number of electric vehicles by 2032, according to Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN).
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is encouraging its customers to prepare for the colder months ahead and the potential for extreme winter weather to cause disruption to electricity supplies.
Funding from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) will help communities across the north of Scotland build their resilience, tackle issues of vulnerability and prepare for winter storms.
Major employer SSE has demonstrated a commitment to supporting serving and ex-services personnel as it signed the Armed Forces Covenant.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has secured over £9.5 million of funding from Ofgem’s Network Innovation Competition (NIC), to deliver a project supporting low-carbon solutions for maintaining network resilience.
All the latest from Scrabster Harbour Trust.
Strathnaver Museum is seeking an exhibition designer to produce design proposals for the museum as part of our wider refurbishment project.
All the latest from Wick Harbour Authority, with news of developments including new energy-efficient lighting, harbour improvements, Beatrice Offshore Windfarm and the High Water Protection Gate.
This is just a short roundup of stories we’ve spotted over the past two weeks. We are always keen to promote good news and events on our members’ behalf, so contact us today if you’ve got something to share!