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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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New season sees change at helm of Nairn Museum

21 June 2024
New season sees change at helm of Nairn Museum

New season sees change at helm of Nairn Museum

21 June 2024

Nairn Museum has appointed a new chair and administrator to kick off the summer season.


From sea to plate: Ullapool’s local seafood tradition

21 June 2024
From sea to plate: Ullapool’s local seafood tradition

From sea to plate: Ullapool’s local seafood tradition

21 June 2024

The village’s fishing tradition is kept alive by local fishermen, suppliers and the restaurants that support them.


Nairn Book and Arts Festival set to show its ‘wild side’ as it launches 2024 programme

21 June 2024
Nairn Book and Arts Festival set to show its ‘wild side’ as it launches 2024 programme

Nairn Book and Arts Festival set to show its ‘wild side’ as it launches 2024 programme

21 June 2024

A top Highland literary event has unveiled its lineup for 2024, which includes acclaimed writers such as Irvine Welsh and Sally Magnusson.


‘We are elated’ - approval of plans for new Nairn Academy sparks joy

19 June 2024
‘We are elated’ - approval of plans for new Nairn Academy sparks joy

‘We are elated’ - approval of plans for new Nairn Academy sparks joy

19 June 2024

Nairn councillors have expressed their satisfaction after plans for a new secondary school in Nairn were given the green light yesterday.


Trains cancelled between Inverness and Elgin and on the Far North line

19 June 2024
Trains cancelled between Inverness and Elgin and on the Far North line

Trains cancelled between Inverness and Elgin and on the Far North line

19 June 2024

Passengers travelling between Inverness, Wick and Elgin will face major disruption today due to several train cancellations.


Man (29) arrested in connection with assault in Nairn

19 June 2024
Man (29) arrested in connection with assault in Nairn

Man (29) arrested in connection with assault in Nairn

19 June 2024

A man has been arrested in connection with the assault of a man and a woman in Nairn town centre.


Fault at Stirling sparks disruption to train services on Highland Main Line

19 June 2024
Fault at Stirling sparks disruption to train services on Highland Main Line

Fault at Stirling sparks disruption to train services on Highland Main Line

19 June 2024

Damage to the overhead lines at Stirling is causing disruption on trains between Inverness and Edinburgh this morning.


New development manager appointed for iconic Highland route NC500

19 June 2024
New development manager appointed for iconic Highland route NC500

New development manager appointed for iconic Highland route NC500

19 June 2024

The organisation behind one of Scotland’s most popular routes announced the creation of a new role.


LONG READ: The power of nature and believing in young people are our only hope for Nairn-based 88-year-old textile artist

18 June 2024
LONG READ: The power of nature and believing in young people are our only hope for Nairn-based 88-year-old textile artist

LONG READ: The power of nature and believing in young people are our only hope for Nairn-based 88-year-old textile artist

18 June 2024

When a life-changing diagnosis set her on a new path, former ballerina Susie Alexander embraced the chance to make a positive difference through art.


Nairn primary pupils raise awareness on dangers at car park for school initiative

18 June 2024
Nairn primary pupils raise awareness on dangers at car park for school initiative

Nairn primary pupils raise awareness on dangers at car park for school initiative

18 June 2024

A group of pupils at Rosebank Primary took action last week to raise awareness of dangerous parking near the school entrance last week.


Bid to save ‘heart of the community’ as Nairn Community and Arts Centre seeks £50k from Nairn Common Good Fund

17 June 2024
Bid to save ‘heart of the community’ as Nairn Community and Arts Centre seeks £50k from Nairn Common Good Fund

Bid to save ‘heart of the community’ as Nairn Community and Arts Centre seeks £50k from Nairn Common Good Fund

17 June 2024

The team behind Nairn Community and Arts Centre is seeking support as the venue faces an uncertain future.


New Nairnshire newsletter set to launch this week

17 June 2024
New Nairnshire newsletter set to launch this week

New Nairnshire newsletter set to launch this week

17 June 2024

The Inverness Courier is launching a brand new outlet for Nairnshire news this week.


Nairnshire horseriding charity welcomes funds boost

17 June 2024
Nairnshire horseriding charity welcomes funds boost

Nairnshire horseriding charity welcomes funds boost

17 June 2024

A Nairnshire-based charity which supports disabled people through horseriding has received an unexpected funding boost.


Bring your popcorn as best of soundtracks set to be performed by Inverness Symphony Orchestra in Nairn

16 June 2024
Bring your popcorn as best of soundtracks set to be performed by Inverness Symphony Orchestra in Nairn

Bring your popcorn as best of soundtracks set to be performed by Inverness Symphony Orchestra in Nairn

16 June 2024

The Inverness Symphony Orchestra will travel to Nairn to perform some iconic soundtracks from internationally-acclaimed acclaimed movies this weekend.


PICTURES: ‘I enjoyed every minute of it’ - Black Isle fundraising stalwart closes Bella’s Bargains with last sale

16 June 2024
PICTURES: ‘I enjoyed every minute of it’ - Black Isle fundraising stalwart closes Bella’s Bargains with last sale

PICTURES: ‘I enjoyed every minute of it’ - Black Isle fundraising stalwart closes Bella’s Bargains with last sale

16 June 2024

A Black Isle resident who has become a household name among dog owners in the area, raising over £100k for charity, is closing her doors.


PICTURES: Nairn celebrates young athletes’ achievements with World’s Strongest Man as special guest

15 June 2024
PICTURES: Nairn celebrates young athletes’ achievements with World’s Strongest Man as special guest

PICTURES: Nairn celebrates young athletes’ achievements with World’s Strongest Man as special guest

15 June 2024

An awards ceremony at Nairn Academy saw three-time World's Strongest Man Tom Stoltman hand out trophies to local youngsters.


Changes in services between Inverness and Aberdeen as Stagecoach announces cuts in the north east

14 June 2024
Changes in services between Inverness and Aberdeen as Stagecoach announces cuts in the north east

Changes in services between Inverness and Aberdeen as Stagecoach announces cuts in the north east

14 June 2024

Bus users travelling between Inverness, Elgin and Aberdeen will see changes after Stagecoach announced a review of its North Scotland operations.


NHS survey finds unreliable concrete in New Craigs and Raigmore Hospital buildings in Inverness

14 June 2024
NHS survey finds unreliable concrete in New Craigs and Raigmore Hospital buildings in Inverness

NHS survey finds unreliable concrete in New Craigs and Raigmore Hospital buildings in Inverness

14 June 2024

Appointments at New Craigs were cancelled whereas RAAC found at Raigmore is not “in critical condition” according to NHS National Services Scotland.


UPDATE: A9 reopens after road traffic incident at Carrbridge last night

13 June 2024
UPDATE: A9 reopens after road traffic incident at Carrbridge last night

UPDATE: A9 reopens after road traffic incident at Carrbridge last night

13 June 2024

The A9 has reopened earlier today after a road traffic incident near Carrbridge last night, with the road closed for more than six hours.


Belladrum traffic management change set to improve experience for festival-goers and residents

12 June 2024
Belladrum traffic management change set to improve experience for festival-goers and residents

Belladrum traffic management change set to improve experience for festival-goers and residents

12 June 2024

Belladrum organisers are “confident” that a new traffic management strategy will “vastly improve” the flow of vehicles in the area during the event.


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