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Lochaber High School Gets New Head Teacher Ahead of Major Upgrade
Staff and pupils at Lochaber High School will return in the new year to a new head teacher and the prospect of work getting under way on a major upgrade of the school building.
Councils warns employees to beware of bogus phone calls.
The Highland Council has issued a message to its staff advising them not to give out personal Bank details over the phone.
Texas student studies Cromarty dialect
Staff from Am Baile, The Highland Council’s award-winning history and culture website, recently welcomed a fellow heritage enthusiast from the USA.
Highland Lights rounding off a year of highlights!
Highland Lights ~ Solais na Gaidhealtachd, the climax to Highland 2007 in Inverness on Saturday 12 January 2008, promises to be a great night out for all the family.
HMIE follow through inspection of Melvich Primary School
HM Inspectorate of Education (HMIE) published a report on the inspection of Melvich Primary School in December 2006. Action points were identified as a result of the inspection and HM Inspectors revisited the school in October 2007 to evaluate progress made against the action points and to assess the extent to which the school was continuing to improve the quality of its work.
A96 Corridor Framework Launch
A planning blueprint, which sets out a 30-40-year development plan within the A 96 Corridor between Inverness and Nairn from 2011, was published today (Wednesday) by The Highland Council.
Top Marks All Round for Kingussie Primary School
Kingussie Primary School has received a very positive HMIe report which highlights a range of key strengths at the 157 pupil school.
Final Chance to Shape Building Blueprint for West Highland and Islands Plan
The West Highland and Islands Local Plan - The Highland Council’s principal policy document for deciding on planning applications in Skye and Lochalsh and Lochaber – is published on Friday (21 December) and the public have 12 weeks in which to object or comment.
Community Council Nominations Needed
Residents of both Conon Bridge and Maryburgh have taken swift action to re-establish a Community Council to give their respective communities a voice.
HMIe Report on Drummond School
In an HMIe report on Drummond School, Inverness, a range of strengths were identified.
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