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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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RUGBY - Inverness Craig Dunain teams up with LGBTQ+ charity

01 March 2024
RUGBY - Inverness Craig Dunain teams up with LGBTQ+ charity

RUGBY - Inverness Craig Dunain teams up with LGBTQ+ charity

01 March 2024

Rugby club promote inclusive initiative.


5 ways to celebrate Mother's Day in the heart of the Cairngorms

29 February 2024
5 ways to celebrate Mother's Day in the heart of the Cairngorms

5 ways to celebrate Mother's Day in the heart of the Cairngorms

29 February 2024

Mother's Day is just around the corner, and it's the perfect time to shower the incredible women in our lives with love and appreciation.


Nairnshire communities invited to join conversation on Local Place Plan in March road show

28 February 2024
Nairnshire communities invited to join conversation on Local Place Plan in March road show

Nairnshire communities invited to join conversation on Local Place Plan in March road show

28 February 2024

Communities in Nairn and surrounding areas will have the chance to have their say on future development with a series of drop-in events.


Top Whin Park family attraction calling for volunteers for the new season

28 February 2024
Top Whin Park family attraction calling for volunteers for the new season

Top Whin Park family attraction calling for volunteers for the new season

28 February 2024

A popular Inverness family-friendly attraction is looking for support as they get ready to open next month.


Inverness nursing student set to represent peers at Royal College of Nursing

28 February 2024
Inverness nursing student set to represent peers at Royal College of Nursing

Inverness nursing student set to represent peers at Royal College of Nursing

28 February 2024

Two UHI third-year students have been elected to the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Student Committee.


University of the Highlands and Islands appoints new executive director of finance

28 February 2024
University of the Highlands and Islands appoints new executive director of finance

University of the Highlands and Islands appoints new executive director of finance

28 February 2024

The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) has appointed Mike Baxter as executive director of finance.


Nairnshire-based horseriding charity welcomes £3000 in fund boost for 2024

28 February 2024
Nairnshire-based horseriding charity welcomes £3000 in fund boost for 2024

Nairnshire-based horseriding charity welcomes £3000 in fund boost for 2024

28 February 2024

A Nairnshire horseriding charity received two generous donations to support the costs of their activities helping children with disabilities.


Nairn Riverside stalwart's last wish to make bridge accessible

27 February 2024
Nairn Riverside stalwart's last wish to make bridge accessible

Nairn Riverside stalwart's last wish to make bridge accessible

27 February 2024

A Nairn man is calling for help from the community to make a popular bridge accessible to everyone after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.


PICTURES: Royal baton travels to Nairn as part of association's 140th anniversary celebrations

27 February 2024
PICTURES: Royal baton travels to Nairn as part of association's 140th anniversary celebrations

PICTURES: Royal baton travels to Nairn as part of association's 140th anniversary celebrations

27 February 2024

A royal baton which the King presented to the Boys’ Brigade & Girls’ Association reached Nairn last weekend as part of a North of Scotland relay.


Scottish Ministers' halt to new 17-turbine wind farm plans south of Nairn welcomed by councillors

27 February 2024
Scottish Ministers' halt to new 17-turbine wind farm plans south of Nairn welcomed by councillors

Scottish Ministers' halt to new 17-turbine wind farm plans south of Nairn welcomed by councillors

27 February 2024

Nairn councillors have welcomed the decision by Scottish Ministers to halt plans to build a controversial wind farm on the Dava Moor.


New nursery set to open in Ardersier after shock closure of Country Bumpkins

26 February 2024
New nursery set to open in Ardersier after shock closure of Country Bumpkins

New nursery set to open in Ardersier after shock closure of Country Bumpkins

26 February 2024

A Highland nursery is branching out to Ardersier – taking over the space left empty after the sudden closure of Country Bumpkins nursery last summer.


PICTURES: Community Darkroom project in Inverness celebrates 5th anniversary

26 February 2024
PICTURES: Community Darkroom project in Inverness celebrates 5th anniversary

PICTURES: Community Darkroom project in Inverness celebrates 5th anniversary

26 February 2024

A creative initiative in Inverness celebrated five years since opening their space at WASPS Creative Academy.


PICTURES: New production company hopes to make local talent shine with first show at Eden Court

24 February 2024
PICTURES: New production company hopes to make local talent shine with first show at Eden Court

PICTURES: New production company hopes to make local talent shine with first show at Eden Court

24 February 2024

More than 130 people auditioned for the first-ever show of a new Inverness production company.


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.


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