The University of the Highlands and Islands has developed a series of podcasts to support students and graduates at this time of global uncertainty.
Tomás Pizarro-Escuti, a 4th year degree student in History and International Relations at the University of Aberdeen, has spoken at the United Nations 75 Global Peace Inter-Generational Dialogue for Scotland and has now been invited to contribute to a high-level meeting of the UN General Assembly.
“The ATMS programme will have social and economic implications for communities across the region. The primary impact will come from the loss of high-quality jobs from remote communities and centralise the economic benefits in Inverness.”
Clare Campbell of Prickly Thistle has teamed up with the Edinburgh based Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM) to develop natural fibre reusable face mask.
The protest will be this Saturday, 19th September, at 12 noon.
The module will help college practitioners to better understand the challenges faced by many student carers and provides guidance on how to improve support for these students at college.
In May 2019 there were 22,100 Airbnb properties listed in Scotland but it is known that there are many more short term lets taking place.
This article interviews some people who shall be most impacted if BBC Scotland goes ahead and removes Scotland’s Daily Coronavirus updates.
People in Orkney are being urged to download the new Protect Scotland app to supress the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
“Being a small island nation has been an advantage” to be able to “think innovatively and be more flexible”. The Faroes used what they had and responded quickly taking their own independent decisions for their islands.