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Nairn teen told he was lucky he didn't kill OAP he assaulted in Grantown

Nairn teen told he was lucky he didn't kill OAP he assaulted in Grantown

Nairn teen told he was lucky he didn't kill OAP he assaulted in Grantown

01 March 2024

Sheriff Gary Aitken told 18-year-old: "You could have been facing a jail sentence of double figures for culpable homicide or worse."


A96 Investigation part three: 'No funding' for ANY A96 Corridor Review project before 2026

A96 Investigation part three: 'No funding' for ANY A96 Corridor Review project before 2026

A96 Investigation part three: 'No funding' for ANY A96 Corridor Review project before 2026

01 March 2024

NO money is available for any A96 dualling sections which survive the ongoing, year-late, review of the project, we can reveal.


Details behind Highland Council's agreed 'outline' budget will only be known in two weeks

Details behind Highland Council's agreed 'outline' budget will only be known in two weeks

Details behind Highland Council's agreed 'outline' budget will only be known in two weeks

29 February 2024

The agreed proposals are branded 'nebulous, vague, hazy, obscure, indistinct, unclear, indefinite, murky, blurred, formless and featureless.'


Highland Council leadership passes budget unchanged despite serious challenges

Highland Council leadership passes budget unchanged despite serious challenges

Highland Council leadership passes budget unchanged despite serious challenges

29 February 2024

Council leader Raymond Bremner says it 'allows for significant investment to take place and protect jobs across our communities.'


Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

29 February 2024

It also calls for a letter to the First Minister telling him his government made the council's 'severe financial plight of the council' worse.


Teen fined for assault over role in Nairn fight

Teen fined for assault over role in Nairn fight

Teen fined for assault over role in Nairn fight

29 February 2024

A Nairn teenager allowed himself to get involved in an early morning fight in the town centre with some other youths, a court has heard.


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

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.


Opposition groups say Highland Council budget 'does nothing to improve life'

Opposition groups say Highland Council budget 'does nothing to improve life'

Opposition groups say Highland Council budget 'does nothing to improve life'

28 February 2024

They say the budget has 'no real substance' and question if it 'will in fact cover the financial gap.'


PICTURES: 10 celebrities spotted in Inverness by our readers

PICTURES: 10 celebrities spotted in Inverness by our readers

PICTURES: 10 celebrities spotted in Inverness by our readers

28 February 2024

From Emmy Award winner Will Ferrell, to British celebrity chef and restaurateur Gordon Ramsay.


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

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

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.


Inverness TV star from BBC's The Traitors proposes to girlfriend up Highland mountain

Inverness TV star from BBC's The Traitors proposes to girlfriend up Highland mountain

Inverness TV star from BBC's The Traitors proposes to girlfriend up Highland mountain

27 February 2024

Evie Morrison proposed to her girlfriend in Torridon after appearing in BBC's hit TV show The Traitors.


Highland teachers suffer 'physical violence' and abuse on a 'daily' basis, says union

Highland teachers suffer 'physical violence' and abuse on a 'daily' basis, says union

Highland teachers suffer 'physical violence' and abuse on a 'daily' basis, says union

27 February 2024

The EIS found staff 'have sustained physical injuries' while many considered leaving the profession altogether.


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

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

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.


Inverness's Miss Scotland reinforces positivity after enduring bullying before bid to be crowned Miss World

Inverness's Miss Scotland reinforces positivity after enduring bullying before bid to be crowned Miss World

Inverness's Miss Scotland reinforces positivity after enduring bullying before bid to be crowned Miss World

26 February 2024

Chelsie Allison talks about the importance of social media after she was bullied growing up.


‘Celebrating Amy’ launches Blue Lights Got Talent variety show in Inverness

‘Celebrating Amy’ launches Blue Lights Got Talent variety show in Inverness

‘Celebrating Amy’ launches Blue Lights Got Talent variety show in Inverness

26 February 2024

Celebrating Amy is set to host a huge variety show, featuring emergency service and care workers, to honour the life of a Highland mum.


Highland Council says its bid to change its ‘operating model’ could save £24 million

Highland Council says its bid to change its ‘operating model’ could save £24 million

Highland Council says its bid to change its ‘operating model’ could save £24 million

26 February 2024

But there is little detail of what cost reduction, income generation, redesign and efficiency means for services.


Highland Council Budget: How it affects you and what to expect in a crunch week for the north

Highland Council Budget: How it affects you and what to expect in a crunch week for the north

Highland Council Budget: How it affects you and what to expect in a crunch week for the north

26 February 2024

From taxes to roads to fees, we take you through some of the main points of the £602 million budget.


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