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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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PICTURES: Nairn event hits right note for Strictly Inverness fundraiser

17 April 2024
PICTURES: Nairn event hits right note for Strictly Inverness fundraiser

PICTURES: Nairn event hits right note for Strictly Inverness fundraiser

17 April 2024

People in Nairn danced the night away, raising £2500 for charity on Saturday.


New recycling bin collection system set to be introduced in Nairn in May

17 April 2024
New recycling bin collection system set to be introduced in Nairn in May

New recycling bin collection system set to be introduced in Nairn in May

17 April 2024

Changes to waste and recycling collection in Nairnshire will be introduced next month, the council has announced.


Loch Ness Marathon features among top 10 most in-demand marathons in the world

17 April 2024
Loch Ness Marathon features among top 10 most in-demand marathons in the world

Loch Ness Marathon features among top 10 most in-demand marathons in the world

17 April 2024

The Loch Ness Marathon is ranked among the top ten most in-demand marathons around the world, according to a recent survey.


Acclaimed Norwegian string quartet ready for Nairn date

16 April 2024
Acclaimed Norwegian string quartet ready for Nairn date

Acclaimed Norwegian string quartet ready for Nairn date

16 April 2024

A renowned string quartet will travel from Norway to Nairn for an evening recital this month.


Nairnshire fruit farm stalwarts hand over reins of juicy business

16 April 2024
Nairnshire fruit farm stalwarts hand over reins of juicy business

Nairnshire fruit farm stalwarts hand over reins of juicy business

16 April 2024

A popular Nairnshire farm has had a change at the helm as its owners retired after almost 40 years in business.


Renowned Highland painter creates Nairn Book and Arts Festival 2024 programme cover

15 April 2024
Renowned Highland painter creates Nairn Book and Arts Festival 2024 programme cover

Renowned Highland painter creates Nairn Book and Arts Festival 2024 programme cover

15 April 2024

A Highland artist whose work was shared by Madonna is set to create the main artwork for Nairn’s literary festival this year.


Nairn Academy pupils praised for creativity with new social enterprises

15 April 2024
Nairn Academy pupils praised for creativity with new social enterprises

Nairn Academy pupils praised for creativity with new social enterprises

15 April 2024

Pupils from Nairn Academy have set up their own businesses as part of a project to empower young people.


‘There's real joy in looking forward to an ingredient’– MasterChef finalist celebrates seasons and love for food in new book

14 April 2024
‘There's real joy in looking forward to an ingredient’– MasterChef finalist celebrates seasons and love for food in new book

‘There's real joy in looking forward to an ingredient’– MasterChef finalist celebrates seasons and love for food in new book

14 April 2024

Invernessian cook and food writer Sarah Rankin wants to encourage people to cook from scratch with her first recipe book, Kith.


Author inspired by ‘remoteness’ of the Highlands after move to Inverness

13 April 2024
Author inspired by ‘remoteness’ of the Highlands after move to Inverness

Author inspired by ‘remoteness’ of the Highlands after move to Inverness

13 April 2024

A thriller writer who has moved from Dorset to Inverness is finding fresh inspiration in her new Highland life.


‘Nine years and nothing has changed – you’re still putting your life, and your child’s, at risk’

12 April 2024
‘Nine years and nothing has changed – you’re still putting your life, and your child’s, at risk’

‘Nine years and nothing has changed – you’re still putting your life, and your child’s, at risk’

12 April 2024

A mum-of-three from Thurso says women in Caithness face a nightmare to have their baby, as she told of her “uncontrollable anxiety attacks”.


The Original Factory Shop set to welcome customers in new Nairn store today

12 April 2024
The Original Factory Shop set to welcome customers in new Nairn store today

The Original Factory Shop set to welcome customers in new Nairn store today

12 April 2024

A discount store is set to open a new branch in Nairn this morning.


New children’s book by popular Inverness writer is released today

11 April 2024
New children’s book by popular Inverness writer is released today

New children’s book by popular Inverness writer is released today

11 April 2024

Inverness Castle is among the settings of a new historic novel for young readers set during the time of Mary Queen of Scots.


People living in the Highlands encouraged to access Parkinson’s exercise programmes

11 April 2024
People living in the Highlands encouraged to access Parkinson’s exercise programmes

People living in the Highlands encouraged to access Parkinson’s exercise programmes

11 April 2024

High Life Highland is raising awareness of the support available in the region to mark World Parkinson’s Day today (April 11).


Call for witnesses after assault and robbery in Inverness

10 April 2024
Call for witnesses after assault and robbery in Inverness

Call for witnesses after assault and robbery in Inverness

10 April 2024

A man was assaulted and robbed in the Smithton Park area last week.


Tickets go on sale for Inverness Highland Games’ Big Top Ceilidh

10 April 2024
Tickets go on sale for Inverness Highland Games’ Big Top Ceilidh

Tickets go on sale for Inverness Highland Games’ Big Top Ceilidh

10 April 2024

Some of the best traditional Scottish musicians will take on stage for the closing night of the Inverness Highland Games.


UPDATE: Man (62) who went missing from the Highlands is found

10 April 2024
UPDATE: Man (62) who went missing from the Highlands is found

UPDATE: Man (62) who went missing from the Highlands is found

10 April 2024

A 62-year-old man was traced safe and well after going missing on Monday.


Ardersier Folk Club set to welcome special guests tonight

09 April 2024
Ardersier Folk Club set to welcome special guests tonight

Ardersier Folk Club set to welcome special guests tonight

09 April 2024

Two award-winning musicians will perform tonight in Ardersier.


PICTURES: More than 100 singers set to join voices in first-ever Nairn event

09 April 2024
PICTURES: More than 100 singers set to join voices in first-ever Nairn event

PICTURES: More than 100 singers set to join voices in first-ever Nairn event

09 April 2024

More than 100 performers from seven choirs from Nairnshire and the surrounding area will be performing together for the first time this month.


PICTURES: Race night and ceilidh raise more than £3200 for Strictly Inverness dancer’s pledge

08 April 2024
PICTURES: Race night and ceilidh raise more than £3200 for Strictly Inverness dancer’s pledge

PICTURES: Race night and ceilidh raise more than £3200 for Strictly Inverness dancer’s pledge

08 April 2024

It was a busy weekend for a Strictly Inverness dancer, with two successful fundraisers in Nairn and the Highland capital.


Milestone reached for Nairn Beach Wheelchairs as they announce partnership with High Life Highland

08 April 2024
Milestone reached for Nairn Beach Wheelchairs as they announce partnership with High Life Highland

Milestone reached for Nairn Beach Wheelchairs as they announce partnership with High Life Highland

08 April 2024

Plans for a community initiative to make Nairn Beach more accessible have taken a significant step forward.


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