High Life Highland leadership officer Elizabeth McDonald signed up to the Penguin Challenge and started her quest in November.
Former Lord-Lieutenant of Nairnshire, Ewen Brodie of Lethen, recalled a story which caused the Duke of Edinburgh some amusement on a visit to Nairn.
In tribute to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, the royal visit on Monday August 14, 1961 by Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh is fondly remembered.
ONE of the oldest Scout troops in the UK wants a new purpose-built facility to cope with the growing number of youngsters keen to take up scouting.
One hundred days of lockdown in poetry was the challenge undertaken by a Nairn woman who is now hoping to get her works published.
Two members of a troubled community council have tendered resignations in a further outpouring of hostility between some members and their chairman.
A retired hospital consultant has made a plea for volunteers and local agencies to help stop the littering of Nairn’s prized beaches.
A NAIRN pensioner who was rescued from a fire in his first floor flat has died.
AN Ardersier dairy has launched a new vending machine operation.
Duncan Green was carried downstairs from the flat in Merryton Crescent and treated in his garden by firefighters before an ambulance arrived.
AN innovative new wheelchair design has caught the eye of judges in a national design competition.
The Nairn area leader on Highland Council has made a plea to the community to move forward with a united voice on issues facing the town.
A beauty queen made a special delivery to patients and staff at Raigmore Hospital on Easter Sunday.
AN undertaker has revealed he is interested in buying the Nairn Chapel of Rest at Nairn Cemetery from Highland Council.
Work on sprucing up the town centre is continuing with grant aid to help paint shop fronts and business premises.
A support worker is hoping within the next few months he will have funding in place to provide a specially adapted van or minibus for his clients.
Rotarians in Nairn are gearing up for their second Kilt Walk which will go to funding equipment for the local Citizen’s Advice Bureau (CAB).
After a lifetime at sea former fisherman Tommy Campbell discovers a passion for model making with a spectacular scale model of the Titanic.
Practice manager Tanya Barron said the practice is receiving up to 300 calls a day from members of the public about jags.
A worried Tradespark mum claims children have been playing ‘chicken’ on the Inverness-Nairn railway line, on the pedestrian crossing at Lochdhu.