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WATCH: Nairn 12-year-old pianist releases first single

WATCH: Nairn 12-year-old pianist releases first single

WATCH: Nairn 12-year-old pianist releases first single

A talented 12-year-old has released her first original song after being noticed by a local music producer.


‘We will miss her dreadfully’ - Inverness school mourns loss of ‘amazing’ teacher

‘We will miss her dreadfully’ - Inverness school mourns loss of ‘amazing’ teacher

‘We will miss her dreadfully’ - Inverness school mourns loss of ‘amazing’ teacher

An inspirational Inverness teacher who worked for over three decades at Millburn Academy died earlier this week.


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

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’

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

“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

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

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

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

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

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


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