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UHI Inverness staff inspired by strongman Tom Stoltman at city conference

UHI Inverness staff inspired by strongman Tom Stoltman at city conference

UHI Inverness staff inspired by strongman Tom Stoltman at city conference

Hundreds of UHI Inverness members of staff gathered at a conference this week to take part in workshops and hear from the Invergordon guest speaker.


Ullapool Nursery tots win competition to name new ‘beloved’ tadpole mascot

Ullapool Nursery tots win competition to name new ‘beloved’ tadpole mascot

Ullapool Nursery tots win competition to name new ‘beloved’ tadpole mascot

Pupils from Ullapool nursery won a competition to name a new mascot — Logsy an Losgann, roughly translating to, Froggy the Frog.


Spotlight on mental health as Highland Youth Parliament meets in Inverness

Spotlight on mental health as Highland Youth Parliament meets in Inverness

Spotlight on mental health as Highland Youth Parliament meets in Inverness

Mental health among young people was front and centre when the annual Highland Youth Parliament launched in Inverness today.


School parents determined to have ‘constructive’ meeting with politicians after months of campaigning

School parents determined to have ‘constructive’ meeting with politicians after months of campaigning

School parents determined to have ‘constructive’ meeting with politicians after months of campaigning

West-coast parents are determined to have a “constructive” meeting with two major politicians on Thursday morning, after months of campaigning.


Farr High School head ‘delighted’ after report recognises ‘incredible efforts’ of staff

Farr High School head ‘delighted’ after report recognises ‘incredible efforts’ of staff

Farr High School head ‘delighted’ after report recognises ‘incredible efforts’ of staff

Inspectors from Education Scotland visited Farr High School in Bettyhill in March.


North-west primary children write to Highland libraries head over ‘missing’ mobile library van

North-west primary children write to Highland libraries head over ‘missing’ mobile library van

North-west primary children write to Highland libraries head over ‘missing’ mobile library van

After stopping for its usual festive break, the Far North mobile library has not returned to Tongue Primary School.


PICTURES: ‘No Golspie High School, no party!’ - Pupils get into the Tartan Army spirit ahead of Euros opener

PICTURES: ‘No Golspie High School, no party!’ - Pupils get into the Tartan Army spirit ahead of Euros opener

PICTURES: ‘No Golspie High School, no party!’ - Pupils get into the Tartan Army spirit ahead of Euros opener

Pupils at Golspie High School have been getting into the Euros spirit as Scotland prepare to meet hosts Germany tonight.


Swinging sixties event at Farr High School marks milestone anniversary

Swinging sixties event at Farr High School marks milestone anniversary

Swinging sixties event at Farr High School marks milestone anniversary

Puils and staff at the school got into the spirit of the decade by dressing up in colourful clothing of the 1960s.


Room at the Crask Inn for USA students

Room at the Crask Inn for USA students

Room at the Crask Inn for USA students

A Sutherland hostelry which doubles as a church, is hosting students from the USA this summer.


Apology issued to angry parents after IT misery hits High Life Highland School’s Out bookings website

Apology issued to angry parents after IT misery hits High Life Highland School’s Out bookings website

Apology issued to angry parents after IT misery hits High Life Highland School’s Out bookings website

A "massive apology" has been issued by High Life Highland after "unprecedented demand" caused technical issues on its School's Out bookings website.


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