Huge well done to Folk at the Salmon Bothy, who donated a four figure sum to the Folk in Crisis Support Fund to assist musicians across the north east affected by loss of income due to current restrictions. Find out more about the band and the fund here: bothyfolk.org
Scotland to set ten percent renewables standard for building
New housing and other developments should generate at least ten per cent of their energy on site from renewable sources.
Funding windfall for Highland celebration
Hundreds of Highland school children will have the opportunity to take part in cultural activities to mark Highland 2007.
Culture Minister Patricia F…
Improving urban environments: why children's voices should be heard
The impact of involving children living in urban areas in decisions about their local community can be dramatic, according …
Dear members and friends,
Not a good week - feel rotten - and things are stacking up again - the dishes - unread papers - e-mails - washing - the list of people to phone. On Wednesday I went to the do…
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