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Nairn students’ new board game set to help primary pupils’ school move more fun

Nairn students’ new board game set to help primary pupils’ school move more fun

Nairn students’ new board game set to help primary pupils’ school move more fun

21 May 2024

A group of Nairn pupils has created a new board game to help young people transition from primary school to secondary school.


Exclusive Alistair Campbell interview on the 2024 General Election: The UK is ‘desperate for change’

Exclusive Alistair Campbell interview on the 2024 General Election: The UK is ‘desperate for change’

Exclusive Alistair Campbell interview on the 2024 General Election: The UK is ‘desperate for change’

20 May 2024

He says ‘I can't think of anything in Britain that has really improved. I can't think of a single thing’ but ‘I'm hopeful of change’.


Population timebomb fears after ‘extremely worrying’ school roll projections by Highland Council, say business leaders

Population timebomb fears after ‘extremely worrying’ school roll projections by Highland Council, say business leaders

Population timebomb fears after ‘extremely worrying’ school roll projections by Highland Council, say business leaders

20 May 2024

“Extremely worrying” population changes in the Highlands risk an “irreversible” demographic timebomb, experts and leading business figures fear.


‘Teacher’s wellness is tokenised’ says Highland teacher who suffered the consequences of extreme burnout

‘Teacher’s wellness is tokenised’ says Highland teacher who suffered the consequences of extreme burnout

‘Teacher’s wellness is tokenised’ says Highland teacher who suffered the consequences of extreme burnout

19 May 2024

A Highland teacher has revealed the dire realities and pressure teachers endure.


‘Teacher’s wellness is tokenised’ says Highland teacher who suffered the consequences of extreme burnout

‘Teacher’s wellness is tokenised’ says Highland teacher who suffered the consequences of extreme burnout

‘Teacher’s wellness is tokenised’ says Highland teacher who suffered the consequences of extreme burnout

19 May 2024

A Highland teacher has revealed the dire realities and pressure teachers endure.


Beauly primary kids invited to unveil new-look co-op store

Beauly primary kids invited to unveil new-look co-op store

Beauly primary kids invited to unveil new-look co-op store

18 May 2024

The retailer unveiled its makeover following a six-week programme of improvements


UHI Inverness partnership creates Scotland’s first community food forest

UHI Inverness partnership creates Scotland’s first community food forest

UHI Inverness partnership creates Scotland’s first community food forest

18 May 2024

An ecological first for Scotland is just months away from launching thanks to a groundbreaking partnership involving UHI Inverness.


Highland Hospice fundraising boosted by record UHI Inverness student survey response

Highland Hospice fundraising boosted by record UHI Inverness student survey response

Highland Hospice fundraising boosted by record UHI Inverness student survey response

11 May 2024

UHI Inverness has donated £1,000 to Highland Hospice following a successful student survey campaign that attracted a record number of responses.


‘Appalled’ MSP demands education minister visit Charleston Academy in Inverness over ‘state of the school’

‘Appalled’ MSP demands education minister visit Charleston Academy in Inverness over ‘state of the school’

‘Appalled’ MSP demands education minister visit Charleston Academy in Inverness over ‘state of the school’

11 May 2024

‘Frankly appalling’ conditions at an Inverness school have been raised with Scotland’s education minister by a Highland MSP.


Awards success for Mears Group’s Inverness team after groundbreaking facilities management work in the Highlands

Awards success for Mears Group’s Inverness team after groundbreaking facilities management work in the Highlands

Awards success for Mears Group’s Inverness team after groundbreaking facilities management work in the Highlands

11 May 2024

A giant UK housing and social care provider’s Inverness operation has landed a top award for its energy-saving work at schools across the Highlands.


Council approves new Highland Investment Plan worth £2 billion over the next 20 years

Council approves new Highland Investment Plan worth £2 billion over the next 20 years

Council approves new Highland Investment Plan worth £2 billion over the next 20 years

09 May 2024

It will see investment across communities with over £1bn for schools and roads over the next 10 years in Phase One of the programme.


Month-long series of events set to bring financial help to UHI Inverness students

Month-long series of events set to bring financial help to UHI Inverness students

Month-long series of events set to bring financial help to UHI Inverness students

04 May 2024

UHI Inverness is set to launch a month-long series of events aimed at helping cash-strapped students better manage their finances.


Highland Council to mothball Daviot Primary School

Highland Council to mothball Daviot Primary School

Highland Council to mothball Daviot Primary School

01 May 2024

Highland Council has decided to mothball Daviot Primary School from August.


Committee grants planning permission in principle for redevelopment Charleston Academy and Kinmylies Primary School site

Committee grants planning permission in principle for redevelopment Charleston Academy and Kinmylies Primary School site

Committee grants planning permission in principle for redevelopment Charleston Academy and Kinmylies Primary School site

30 April 2024

A council committee has granted planning permission in principle for a redevelopment of the Charleston Academy and Kinmylies Primary School site.


Inverness Royal Academy pupils win £3000 grant for Maggie’s Highland

Inverness Royal Academy pupils win £3000 grant for Maggie’s Highland

Inverness Royal Academy pupils win £3000 grant for Maggie’s Highland

29 April 2024

Pupils from Inverness Royal Academy have handed over a £3000 cheque to Maggie’s Highland.


Japan research trip for UHI Inverness academic after joint project announced

Japan research trip for UHI Inverness academic after joint project announced

Japan research trip for UHI Inverness academic after joint project announced

28 April 2024

A Highland academic has jetted to Japan for research on intergenerational relations and communication media in island communities.


Travelling gallery set to visit three Highland venues next week

Travelling gallery set to visit three Highland venues next week

Travelling gallery set to visit three Highland venues next week

24 April 2024

A mobile art exhibit is set to return to the Highlands with its latest exhibition “A Bonnie Way: Unravelling the seduction of the countryside”.


Industrial action had ‘minimal impact’ on college operations, UHI Inverness say

Industrial action had ‘minimal impact’ on college operations, UHI Inverness say

Industrial action had ‘minimal impact’ on college operations, UHI Inverness say

23 April 2024

UHI Inverness say they will continue to support the talks between the trade unions and College Employers Scotland.


Highland MSP joins UHI Inverness staff on picket line over fair pay for lecturers

Highland MSP joins UHI Inverness staff on picket line over fair pay for lecturers

Highland MSP joins UHI Inverness staff on picket line over fair pay for lecturers

22 April 2024

MSP Rhoda Grant has branded pay as “clearly inadequate”.


Inverness writer among more than160 backing calls for Scottish Children's Book Prize

Inverness writer among more than160 backing calls for Scottish Children's Book Prize

Inverness writer among more than160 backing calls for Scottish Children's Book Prize

21 April 2024

Inverness author Barbara Henderson has backed the campaign to reintroduce the award to recognise literature for young readers.


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