B uilding the Highlands,Building ScotlandL abour Councillors and Labour MSPs working together,moving the Highlands forward.P rogress happens when people work together. LabourC ouncillors fought for additional funding for Education, CareH omes and the Voluntary Sector - you have the opportunityt o elect more Labour Councillors and Labour MSPs to jointlyd eliver improvements to these key Council services.P eter Peacock,S cotland's longests erving EducationM inister, says: ''MoreL abour Councillors in theH ighlands will ensuret hat our schools will geta higher priority.''T om Conaghan says: ''Iw as delighted that theL abour Group supportedt he retention of locala uthority Care Homes.W e need a balanceb etween private andp ublic care homes in theHighlands''.V oluntary Sector Worker,M arilyn Ross says: ''TheL abour Councillors tooka stand and tried top rocure more funding fort he Voluntary Sector - wep rovide core work thatn eeds to have secureand adequate funding.''
WorkingWTogether,Working For For YouYouP eter Peacock, former k nowledge of theE ducation Minister who H ighlands and I supporti s top of Labour'sh is bid to be returned toR egional List for the H ighland Council. He hasS cottish Parliament is w orked hard on a rangeb acking Michaelo f issues and to combatM acmillan's re-election: a nti-social behaviour in''Michaelhas a good particular.''M ichaelMacmillan1M ichael Macmillan isp resently the councillorf or Dingwall North. An ative of Conon,s chooled in Dingwall,h e set up, and until2003 ran, his own legalPollsopen 7am -Need a lift to the polling station?C all 01349 877228P romoted by and o n behalf of MichaelM acmillan, 1-3 Fraser Street, Inverness, IV11DWPrinted byp ractice in Alness. Heu nderstands locali ssues and believest hat a Labour Group int he new HighlandC ouncil will be apowerful force for good.10pm