Council committed to making their site as interactive as possible in order to meet the Scottish Executive's Modernising Government agenda.
Based in Scotland's capital city, the Council provides a range of public services to over 444,000 citizens and promotes the city worldwide.
The Community Councillors are residents of the area who act on behalf of local people to try and preserve those aspects of Currie, including Hermiston, Blinkbonny and Kinleith, which they believe are worth retaining, while also encouraging developments which will benefit the community and ensure that it will continue to thrive.
First Community Council on the web, Fetlar is the fourth largest of the Shetland Isles in the north of Scotland and is approximately seven miles long by four miles wide. The island has a population of about 100 which is rather low in comparison with the other Shetland islands.
Meet the councillors, with photos and a detailed structure of the committees and office locations. Read the latest council news.
Highland Think Net discussion forum will not be just another Scottish e-talking shop, discussions on Think Net are moderated and ideas will be fed into the Highland Community Plan or passed to people who can turn ideas into action.
Unitary Local Authority, located in the central belt of Scotland. Information about the Council, its services, and the local area for residents, businesses and visitors.
Official site, sponsored by the tourist board. Includes a history of the island, along with information for tourists, residents and businesses.
Tarves is 26km north of Aberdeen in the Aberdeenshire's Castle Country. This site is from the Community Council to provide locals and visitors with information about the area. This site is Not for Profit.
Local Government pages listing information relating to council business and other issues connected with the local area.
Situated in the heart of Silicon Glen, West Lothian is a thriving district with a population of around 150,000. West Lothian was recently rated as the second best place in Britain to live. The independent quality of life study praised West Lothian's economic success, attractive environment, low crime rate and cost of living.