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Highland Council creates new digital toolkit for teachers

Highland Council creates new digital toolkit for teachers

Highland Council creates new digital toolkit for teachers

A new digital toolkit for teaching staff has been created by the Highland Council as parts of its continued programme to connect and support learning.


Highland Council toilets' challenge: 'No, they’re not statutory, but there is still an expectation from the public'

Highland Council toilets' challenge: 'No, they’re not statutory, but there is still an expectation from the public'

Highland Council toilets' challenge: 'No, they’re not statutory, but there is still an expectation from the public'

£60,000 planned for loos


New primary ones at Kinlochbervie and Melvich

New primary ones at Kinlochbervie and Melvich

New primary ones at Kinlochbervie and Melvich

New primary one pupils have been settling in at schools across Sutherland.


WATCH: Further £1.5M investment in visitor management approved by council

WATCH: Further £1.5M investment in visitor management approved by council

WATCH: Further £1.5M investment in visitor management approved by council

Highland Council has agreed to extend the Visitor Management Plan funding into the 2022 season by a one-off investment of £1.5m.


Povlsen says he won't appeal space hub decision

Povlsen says he won't appeal space hub decision

Povlsen says he won't appeal space hub decision

Billionaire landowner Anders Holch Povlsen has conceded defeat in stopping the UK's first vertical launch space port in the Highlands.


Call to sign up special constables to patrol NC500 hotspots

Call to sign up special constables to patrol NC500 hotspots

Call to sign up special constables to patrol NC500 hotspots

A plea to recruit special constables around the North Coast 500 route has been made by a north-west Highland councillor.


Plans for 112 new homes in Dornoch are a 'logical extension', says developer

Plans for 112 new homes in Dornoch are a 'logical extension', says developer

Plans for 112 new homes in Dornoch are a 'logical extension', says developer

More than 100 homes are planned in a major housing development in Dornoch. Developers want to build 112 homes on land north of Glenburn Station Road.


Highland Council highlights World Suicide Prevention Day

Highland Council highlights World Suicide Prevention Day

Highland Council highlights World Suicide Prevention Day

World Suicide Prevention Day will be marked on Friday (Sept 10) with this year's theme being ‘Creating Hope Through Action’.


Highlands is worst in Scotland for condition of school estate

Highlands is worst in Scotland for condition of school estate

Highlands is worst in Scotland for condition of school estate

The Highlands has by far the worst education estate in Scotland with one in three primaries and one in four secondaries in a “poor” condition.


Surge in Covid-19 cases leads to more than 1000 pupils and 150 staff self-isolating

Surge in Covid-19 cases leads to more than 1000 pupils and 150 staff self-isolating

Surge in Covid-19 cases leads to more than 1000 pupils and 150 staff self-isolating

Council bosses warns the pressure is mounting in tandem with the number of cases


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