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PICTURES: Climate crisis put front and centre by Highland pupils at COP28 tie-in

PICTURES: Climate crisis put front and centre by Highland pupils at COP28 tie-in

PICTURES: Climate crisis put front and centre by Highland pupils at COP28 tie-in

Pupils from Inverness, Culloden and the Black Isle were joined by others from as far afield as Ardnamurchan for the mock COP28 event.


Pupils at Highland primary school create winning road safety posters

Pupils at Highland primary school create winning road safety posters

Pupils at Highland primary school create winning road safety posters

Pupils at a Highland primary school have put their artistic skills to test to promote the importance of road safety in their community.


Threat of walkouts in Highland schools ends as Unison members accept pay deal

Threat of walkouts in Highland schools ends as Unison members accept pay deal

Threat of walkouts in Highland schools ends as Unison members accept pay deal

School support staff across Scotland have ended a long-running pay dispute with council leaders after they voted to accept a new pay offer.


Christmas cheer for Gaelic pupils in Inverness

Christmas cheer for Gaelic pupils in Inverness

Christmas cheer for Gaelic pupils in Inverness

A pantomime performance in Gaelic is set to entertain children in Inverness this week.


Inverness school must improve say inspectors.

Inverness school must improve say inspectors.

Inverness school must improve say inspectors.

An inspection of an Inverness primary school and nursery identifies areas for improvement.


Inverness school takes Caledonian Sleeper service to London

Inverness school takes Caledonian Sleeper service to London

Inverness school takes Caledonian Sleeper service to London

Millburn Academy chose the overnight rail service as more environmentally friendly than flying for pupils who headed south.


Popular author visits top off week of events at Inshes Library

Popular author visits top off week of events at Inshes Library

Popular author visits top off week of events at Inshes Library

Book lovers were treated to two popular author visits at one Inverness library, including a visit from award-winning local author Shona Maclean.


Nicky Marr: Trust today's youth to take ownership of their careers

Nicky Marr: Trust today's youth to take ownership of their careers

Nicky Marr: Trust today's youth to take ownership of their careers

At school my only dream career was to be a Blue Peter presenter.


Whin Park revamp passes first funding hurdle but more cash is still needed

Whin Park revamp passes first funding hurdle but more cash is still needed

Whin Park revamp passes first funding hurdle but more cash is still needed

Councillors agreed the new 'vision' for the park but a crunch meeting next year will determine the rest of the funding.


Enterprising entrepreneurs invited to enter annual UHI business competition

Enterprising entrepreneurs invited to enter annual UHI business competition

Enterprising entrepreneurs invited to enter annual UHI business competition

Over £8000 in prize money is up for grabs.


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