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Highland students could have saved small fortune staying at home

Highland students could have saved small fortune staying at home

Highland students could have saved small fortune staying at home

STUDENTS studying in the Highlands and Islands could have saved £8500 this year by staying with their parents, a national study has concluded.


WATCH: Inverness youngsters congratulate Scotland goal hero Ryan Christie

WATCH: Inverness youngsters congratulate Scotland goal hero Ryan Christie

WATCH: Inverness youngsters congratulate Scotland goal hero Ryan Christie

Pupils at an Inverness primary have sent Scotland goal hero Ryan Christie a message of congratulations.


Highland Council planning vision to go to public consultation in the new year

Highland Council planning vision to go to public consultation in the new year

Highland Council planning vision to go to public consultation in the new year

Inverness councillors have given the green light to a new blueprint guiding all major infrastructure and development projects in and around the city.


Covid shuts Inverness-shire school

Covid shuts Inverness-shire school

Covid shuts Inverness-shire school

A Covid case has forced closure of a Highland school with pupils and teachers isolating.


New survey by Highlands and Islands Students' Association aims to support Gaelic students

New survey by Highlands and Islands Students' Association aims to support Gaelic students

New survey by Highlands and Islands Students' Association aims to support Gaelic students

HIGHLANDS and Islands Students’ Association (HISA) has launched a Gaelic survey in a bid to better represent the view of students of the language.


City pupils gifted new t-shirts by builders after school building is completed

City pupils gifted new t-shirts by builders after school building is completed

City pupils gifted new t-shirts by builders after school building is completed

A building firm has marked completion of a new Merkinch Primary School building by gifting a t-shirt to every pupil.


Pupils in Inverness secondary school test positive for coronavirus

Pupils in Inverness secondary school test positive for coronavirus

Pupils in Inverness secondary school test positive for coronavirus

Some pupils at an Inverness secondary school have been advised to self-isolate for two weeks after classmates tested positive for coronavirus.


Young Highlanders get chance of work despite Covid crisis

Young Highlanders get chance of work despite Covid crisis

Young Highlanders get chance of work despite Covid crisis

'We need to invest in our future now' says Maree Todd MSP


Inverness student helps raise funds for local community centre through Duke of Edinburgh Award project

Inverness student helps raise funds for local community centre through Duke of Edinburgh Award project

Inverness student helps raise funds for local community centre through Duke of Edinburgh Award project

AN Inverness schoolboy channelled the community spirit over lockdown for his Duke of Edinburgh Award project while raising money for the local hall.


Councillors to decide this week on planning blueprint for all major developments in Inverness and inner Moray Firth

Councillors to decide this week on planning blueprint for all major developments in Inverness and inner Moray Firth

Councillors to decide this week on planning blueprint for all major developments in Inverness and inner Moray Firth

A blueprint guiding all major development in Inverness and the inner Moray Firth will be considered by Highland councillors this week.


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