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Federica Stefani


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Federica Stefani is a reporter at Highland News and Media specialising in environment, transport and food&drink as well as podcasting. An MA graduate in Multimedia Journalism at Glasgow Caledonian University, she joined HNM in 2019, also working as part the digital development team.

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WATCH: Only one piece of land bought for A96 Nairn Bypass since 2011

21 February 2024
WATCH: Only one piece of land bought for A96 Nairn Bypass since 2011

WATCH: Only one piece of land bought for A96 Nairn Bypass since 2011

21 February 2024

Since 2011 only one piece of land has been bought by the Scottish Government as part of the development of the A96 Nairn bypass.


UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

21 February 2024
UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

21 February 2024

The railway line between Inverness and Dingwall has now reopened after emergency services attended an incident before 8am today.


Celebrated violin and piano duo to blend modern and classic sounds in Nairn this week

21 February 2024
Celebrated violin and piano duo to blend modern and classic sounds in Nairn this week

Celebrated violin and piano duo to blend modern and classic sounds in Nairn this week

21 February 2024

AN award-winning violin and piano duo play a concert in Nairn this Friday.


PICTURES: Pupils get sneak peek into future pathways at Nairn Academy's careers event

20 February 2024
PICTURES: Pupils get sneak peek into future pathways at Nairn Academy's careers event

PICTURES: Pupils get sneak peek into future pathways at Nairn Academy's careers event

20 February 2024

Around 400 students and their families attended a careers event at Nairn Academy.


WATCH: Work under way to refurbish Northern Meeting Park in Inverness

20 February 2024
WATCH: Work under way to refurbish Northern Meeting Park in Inverness

WATCH: Work under way to refurbish Northern Meeting Park in Inverness

20 February 2024

High Life Highland has shared a sneak peek into construction works to give a historic Highland capital venue a new lease of life.


New website for Nairn Games set to help audiences and athletes

20 February 2024
New website for Nairn Games set to help audiences and athletes

New website for Nairn Games set to help audiences and athletes

20 February 2024

Nairn Highland Games has launched a new website in a bid to become even more successful, reducing costs and be more accessible to audiences.


Ardersier Port owners create million-pound fund for communities around Ardersier and Nairnshire

19 February 2024
Ardersier Port owners create million-pound fund for communities around Ardersier and Nairnshire

Ardersier Port owners create million-pound fund for communities around Ardersier and Nairnshire

19 February 2024

Haventus are intending to create a £1,000,000 Community Fund to benefit the communities around the port over the next ten years.


WATCH: Millbank Primary pupils shortlisted at FilmG for Gaelic short film project

17 February 2024
WATCH: Millbank Primary pupils shortlisted at FilmG for Gaelic short film project

WATCH: Millbank Primary pupils shortlisted at FilmG for Gaelic short film project

17 February 2024

A talented group of pupils have made the awards shortlist in a prestigious film competition.


WATCH: Inverness event hopes to boost inclusivity for LGBTQ+ community in sport across Highlands

16 February 2024
WATCH: Inverness event hopes to boost inclusivity for LGBTQ+ community in sport across Highlands

WATCH: Inverness event hopes to boost inclusivity for LGBTQ+ community in sport across Highlands

16 February 2024

A night celebrating the LGBTQ+ community in sport saw personalities from all backgrounds come together to raise awareness on inclusivity in sports.


PICTURES: Powerful stories on the catwalk as inspirational event returned to Inverness

16 February 2024
PICTURES: Powerful stories on the catwalk as inspirational event returned to Inverness

PICTURES: Powerful stories on the catwalk as inspirational event returned to Inverness

16 February 2024

Twelve inspiring individuals turned models for one night of fashion and strong emotions at an Inverness fundraising event last weekend.


Nairn Bookshop backs initiative to promote reading for children

16 February 2024
Nairn Bookshop backs initiative to promote reading for children

Nairn Bookshop backs initiative to promote reading for children

16 February 2024

An independent bookshop in Nairn has joined an initiative to support the UK's largest reading charity.


New room for bereaved parents launches at Raigmore Hospital's maternity unit

16 February 2024
New room for bereaved parents launches at Raigmore Hospital's maternity unit

New room for bereaved parents launches at Raigmore Hospital's maternity unit

16 February 2024

A new suite to support families at the critical time of baby loss was officially opened today (February 16) in Inverness.


£77,000 drainage investigation works on A82 at Drumnadrochit set to start next week

16 February 2024
£77,000 drainage investigation works on A82 at Drumnadrochit set to start next week

£77,000 drainage investigation works on A82 at Drumnadrochit set to start next week

16 February 2024

Temporary traffic lights will be in place on the A82 in Drumnadrochit will be in place from next week to allow works for a drainage investigation.


Highland council 'gravely disappointed' as Transport Scotland puts Bus Partnership Fund on pause

16 February 2024
Highland council 'gravely disappointed' as Transport Scotland puts Bus Partnership Fund on pause

Highland council 'gravely disappointed' as Transport Scotland puts Bus Partnership Fund on pause

16 February 2024

Transport Scotland's announced they will pause a fund dedicated to improve bus services, with ongoing projects in the Highlands at risk.


Man (45) arrested in Inverness after recovery of cannabis worth £5300

15 February 2024
Man (45) arrested in Inverness after recovery of cannabis worth £5300

Man (45) arrested in Inverness after recovery of cannabis worth £5300

15 February 2024

Drugs with an estimated street value of around £5300 have been recovered in Inverness yesterday.


WATCH: Inverness takeaway delivery drivers join Valentines Day protest over worsening working condition

15 February 2024
WATCH: Inverness takeaway delivery drivers join Valentines Day protest over worsening working condition

WATCH: Inverness takeaway delivery drivers join Valentines Day protest over worsening working condition

15 February 2024

A call for better pay and working conditions saw 30 takeaway delivery drivers picket in Inverness city centre yesterday.


WATCH: Inverness Provost invites Hollywood star Russell Crowe to Highland Games

14 February 2024
WATCH: Inverness Provost invites Hollywood star Russell Crowe to Highland Games

WATCH: Inverness Provost invites Hollywood star Russell Crowe to Highland Games

14 February 2024

Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe has been officially invited to Inverness by the Provost expressing his interest in visiting the Highland capital.


Road works on A9 between Munlochy and Kessock Bridge set to start next week

14 February 2024
Road works on A9 between Munlochy and Kessock Bridge set to start next week

Road works on A9 between Munlochy and Kessock Bridge set to start next week

14 February 2024

BEAR Scotland is set to start essential road improvement works on the A9 south of Munlochy next week.


WATCH: Inverness Masterchef finalist releases first cookbook celebrating cooking for loved ones

14 February 2024
WATCH: Inverness Masterchef finalist releases first cookbook celebrating cooking for loved ones

WATCH: Inverness Masterchef finalist releases first cookbook celebrating cooking for loved ones

14 February 2024

An Inverness MasterChef finalist has released her first cookbook, which contains over 100 recipes "from her heart".


WATCH: 'We were made to find each other' – Nairn bandstand is perfect backdrop to 'soulmate's' proposal

14 February 2024
WATCH: 'We were made to find each other' – Nairn bandstand is perfect backdrop to 'soulmate's' proposal

WATCH: 'We were made to find each other' – Nairn bandstand is perfect backdrop to 'soulmate's' proposal

14 February 2024

AN Australian man who made his new home in the Highlands proposed to his partner with the Nairn bandstand in the backdrop yesterday.


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