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Re-opening public toilets would not have been value for money, Nairn community told

20 October 2021
Re-opening public toilets would not have been value for money, Nairn community told

Re-opening public toilets would not have been value for money, Nairn community told

20 October 2021

Public toilets in Nairn have not been re-opened on grounds of costs, residents have been told.


Nairn councillor says conspiracy theories are ‘rubbish’

19 October 2021
Nairn councillor says conspiracy theories are ‘rubbish’

Nairn councillor says conspiracy theories are ‘rubbish’

19 October 2021

It has no connection to monitoring car parks, he said.


A year like no other captured

14 October 2021
A year like no other captured

A year like no other captured

14 October 2021

A new photography exhibition has opened which celebrates the resilience of the people of Nairn in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.


Nairn concern over CCTV cameras

12 October 2021
Nairn concern over CCTV cameras

Nairn concern over CCTV cameras

12 October 2021

Questions have been raised after Nairn's two community councils are given "matter of days" to respond to consultation on CCTV.


Facelift plan for cemetery chapel

12 October 2021
Facelift plan for cemetery chapel

Facelift plan for cemetery chapel

12 October 2021

A major refit and upgrade of one of Nairn’s most peaceful spots is on the cards after it was bought by a local undertaker.


Nairn farewell to town's Mr Tourism

06 October 2021
Nairn farewell to town's Mr Tourism

Nairn farewell to town's Mr Tourism

06 October 2021

Iain Fairweather is treated to farewell thank you lunch after promoting Nairn tourism for almost 20 years.


Police called over vandalised signs

05 October 2021
Police called over vandalised signs

Police called over vandalised signs

05 October 2021

The club cited safety concerns for erecting the signs.


Memorial service for life-long Nairn County fan

29 September 2021
Memorial service for life-long Nairn County fan

Memorial service for life-long Nairn County fan

29 September 2021

A memorial service for a life-long Nairn County fan is to be held at Station Park on Saturday.


Nairn primary school takes silver award from world charity

29 September 2021
Nairn primary school takes silver award from world charity

Nairn primary school takes silver award from world charity

29 September 2021

Rosebank Primary School in Nairn is the latest Highland educational establishment to be awarded the Silver Rights Respecting Schools Award.


Nairn County FC history highlight

28 September 2021
Nairn County FC history highlight

Nairn County FC history highlight

28 September 2021

A FOOTBALL historian has produced plaques charting some of the greatest chapters in Nairn County’s history.


Mystery 'makeover' for River Nairn bridges solved

28 September 2021
Mystery 'makeover' for River Nairn bridges solved

Mystery 'makeover' for River Nairn bridges solved

28 September 2021

Two footbridges across streams leading to the River Nairn are being spruced up by the landowner and Nairn BID.


Eyesore petrol station to get new lease of life

28 September 2021
Eyesore petrol station to get new lease of life

Eyesore petrol station to get new lease of life

28 September 2021

A derelict filling station at one of the main entrance points to Nairn is to get a new lease of life.


Live music returns to Nairn centre

22 September 2021
Live music returns to Nairn centre

Live music returns to Nairn centre

22 September 2021

Internationally-acclaimed clarinetist Maxiliano Martin will star as live music returns to popular Nairn venue.


Nairn concern at CCTV plan

21 September 2021
Nairn concern at CCTV plan

Nairn concern at CCTV plan

21 September 2021

Highland Council plans to extend CCTV coverage in Nairn signal the introduction of compulsory parking charges it has been claimed.


Fears traffic fumes are hitting health

14 September 2021
Fears traffic fumes are hitting health

Fears traffic fumes are hitting health

14 September 2021

Congestion at traffic lights in Nairn town centre is causing increasing concern about pollution levels.


New Clephanton bike path

14 September 2021
New Clephanton bike path

New Clephanton bike path

14 September 2021

A new path for cyclists and pedestrians at Clephanton could be the first of many improvements for safer active travel in the area.


PRE-LOVED JOY: former theatre technician Ali Ross carves out a new career in fashion

11 September 2021
PRE-LOVED JOY: former theatre technician Ali Ross carves out a new career in fashion

PRE-LOVED JOY: former theatre technician Ali Ross carves out a new career in fashion

11 September 2021

Outfits, with a twist, now being sold in Nairn.


Farmer looks for community to take over garden he has established to bring people together

10 September 2021
Farmer looks for community to take over garden he has established to bring people together

Farmer looks for community to take over garden he has established to bring people together

10 September 2021

A Croy farmer has created a community garden which he hopes will become a focal point to bring locals and residents of Tornagrain together.


PICTURES: Duchess of Rothesay officially opens Nairn's splash pad

10 September 2021
PICTURES: Duchess of Rothesay officially opens Nairn's splash pad

PICTURES: Duchess of Rothesay officially opens Nairn's splash pad

10 September 2021

THE Duchess of Rothesay was the surprise guest at the formal opening of the Nairn's splashpad today.


NO TO CROSSING: A second community group has opposed Highland Council plans

08 September 2021
NO TO CROSSING: A second community group has opposed Highland Council plans

NO TO CROSSING: A second community group has opposed Highland Council plans

08 September 2021

Walking route for Lochloy is unpopular with residents.


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