Community Owned website launches
Highlands and Islands Enterprise has launched a new website today to support Scottish communities to acquire and successfully manage assets such as land, buildings or renewable energy projects for community benefit.
New skills service backs Scottish businesses
Scotland’s employers have given their clear backing to the importance of training and skills in a survey published by the Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI).
New investment for Britain’s most northerly fish farm
Britain’s most northerly fish farm is investing more than £90,000 in a project designed to protect stock from seals.
2012 Marks Significant Milestone for Harris Tweed Industry
At its meeting yesterday in Stornoway, the Harris Tweed Industry Forum welcomed the news that 2012 has been the best year for production of the cloth in nearly 15 years.
Launch of Moray Economic Strategy
A blueprint for the long-term diversification of the Moray economy will be officially launched by the Cabinet Secretary for finance and sustainable growth, John Swinney, today.
UK first as ScottishPower Renewables meet with potential suppliers for Islay tidal power project
Project managers from ScottishPower Renewables met today (Friday 26th October) with more than 90 potential suppliers in Dunstaffnage near Oban.
Screen Academy Scotland - Short Courses
Screen Academy Scotland have a range of short courses commencing in November 2012.
Paws release debut album
goNORTH 2011 stand-outs, PAWS, have just released their debut album on respected label FatCat. The trio, originally from the Highlands, have garnered praise across a host of respected media recently and are currently on tour in the UK.
Rachel Sermanni Releases Debut Album
One of the most promising artists to have emerged from the Highlands in recent years, Rachel Sermanni, has released her eagerly anticipated debut offering, Under Mountains to a strong critical response. iTunes picked the track Waltz as their Single of the Week back in September, which also features the vocals of the wonderful Louis Abbott from Admiral Fallow.
Creative Scotland awards 16 grants to improve cultural facilities
Creative Scotland has announced it is investing £15 million into sixteen creative spaces across Scotland including a creative learning space at Moray Arts Centre and the Ness River public art programme in Inverness.