Despite the challenges of Brexit, Scotland’s economy continues to grow, advancing 0.3% in the final three months of 2018.
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A number of public bodies – including Highland Council – have pulled together in a bid to save money and awarded contracts worth £1.3million for the provision of occupational health services.
Inverness College is embroiled in a £500,000 row with a firm involved in the design and construction of the new campus in the city.
Architectural technology students from Inverness have revealed their innovative designs for the redevelopment of the city’s Upper Bridge Street buildings.
A joint initiative between NHS Highland, the trading standards team of the Highland Council and Inverness College UHI has been recognised with a national award for their work to support Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco Free Generation initiative.
An art lecturer from Inverness who uses gunpowder in his work has been accepted into the prestigious Royal Society of British Artists 2019 Exhibition in London.
College bosses are investigating safety concerns within its student residences after worrying issues were highlighted at their quarterly board meeting.
Inverness College UHI is to run a pilot of the country's first Graduate Apprentice scheme.
A selfless Highland League footballer has finally become a bone marrow donor after going under the knife this week.
Drama students at Inverness College have teamed up with the charity Mikeysline to raise awareness of mental health.
An Inverness lecturer who paints with gunpowder will be back with a bang at an exhibition this week.
Aquaculture apprentice Janis Brivkalns from Dunoon and agriculture apprentice Amy Park from Hawick have been declared joint overall winners of Lantra Scotland’s 2019 Learner of the Year Awards, the first time the competition’s top honour has been shared.
Around 450 secondary pupils attended a showcase event of Highland apprenticeships at Inverness College UHI.
Inverness College UHI has been rated number one college in the North of Scotland in providing a high quality learning experience for students.
The family of a teenager killed after his car burst into flames in a horror Highland crash have paid tribute to their “happy-go-lucky boy” - who is understood to have swerved into an oncoming car to avoid deer.
The number of young people from the north registering their interest in signing up to the Anthony Nolan Trust has increased by 117 in the past year.
A new depute principal has been appointed to assist with the academic development of Inverness College UHI.
The demolition of a familiar Inverness landmark will begin on Monday.
A star Highland League footballer is going under the knife in a potentially lifesaving transplant for a cancer victim – on his 21st birthday.
The north's university is pioneering a fast-track childcare course aimed specifically at men in a stereotype-busting move.
Looking out for reindeer is usually reserved for children on Christmas Eve, but now researchers at the University of the Highlands and Islands are doing the very same.
Dozens of people from across Inverness took part in a festive fun run yesterday to help promote health and wellbeing across the city.
Architectural technology students from Inverness are helping to regenerate the city as part of their final year project.
Your mission: Take Lego skills into orbit
A young student from Inverness College UHI is aiming to raise more than £300 for a local primary school.
Hundreds of graduates in Inverness took to the stage to receive their hard-earned qualifications yesterday as the curtain came down on student life.
The organisers of the annual Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards (Hita) have joined forces with Inverness College UHI in a drive to market the region’s appeal to younger people.
NHS Highland has signed up to a campaign to tackle buying tobacco or cigarettes for under-18s.
Highlanders are being encouraged to sign up as red squirrel ‘spotters’ as part of a study looking into the effects forest operations is having on the species.
Two painting and decorating apprentices from Inverness have received a top class accolade at the prestigious National Painting and Decorating Skills Competition.
A “monstrosity of a building” in the heart of Inverness is finally to be torn down – with demolition work expected to start by the end of the summer.
More than 200 people gathered to see some of the Highlands' top students honoured at a ceremony in Inverness.