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Charity chief’s Stirling honour

Charity chief’s Stirling honour

Charity chief’s Stirling honour

A CHARITY volunteer’s 25 years of service were recognised with an honorary doctorate in Inverness.


Inverness primary pupils prepare to plant trees

Inverness primary pupils prepare to plant trees

Inverness primary pupils prepare to plant trees

Pupils at Balloch Primary in Inverness are preparing to plant 33 trees tomorrow in the fields next to the school and local hall.


‘It was nice to help the kids’

‘It was nice to help the kids’

‘It was nice to help the kids’

A DEDICATED pupil support assistant who helped hundreds of children over 29 years at Charleston Academy has been honoured at a farewell dinner.


Moving talk planned for city college

Moving talk planned for city college

Moving talk planned for city college

A FREE lecture on encouraging and supporting people to lead physically active lives is to be held in Inverness.


New lease of life for building after £1.8m upgrade

New lease of life for building after £1.8m upgrade

New lease of life for building after £1.8m upgrade

A city centre building owned by the Inverness Common Good Fund is now fully let after extensive refurbishment and investment of £1.8 million.


Uni set to answer questions

Uni set to answer questions

Uni set to answer questions

The Open University (OU) is hosting two events in Inverness this week for both business and prospective students.


PICTURES: Inverness Gaelic pupils consider their career options

PICTURES: Inverness Gaelic pupils consider their career options

PICTURES: Inverness Gaelic pupils consider their career options

P6 and P7 pupils at Bun-sgoil Ghàidhlig Inbhir Nis were involved in the organisation of the school’s first careers day.


Shinnie happy to get sporting blues

Shinnie happy to get sporting blues

Shinnie happy to get sporting blues

A HERO of Caley Thistle's famous Scottish Cup final triumph of 2015 has been honoured by students at the University of the Highlands and Islands.


Pupils get a close-up view of world-class art

Pupils get a close-up view of world-class art

Pupils get a close-up view of world-class art

Sculptures from Inverness Museum and Art Gallery were taken to Croy Primary and Fortrose Academy as part of a programme by education charity Art UK.


PICTURES: Students’ eye-catching pictures go on display

PICTURES: Students’ eye-catching pictures go on display

PICTURES: Students’ eye-catching pictures go on display

STUDENTS with additional support needs are showing off their impressive photographic skills at a new exhibition.


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