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Nairn couple celebrate engagement in sickness and in health

Nairn couple celebrate engagement in sickness and in health

Nairn couple celebrate engagement in sickness and in health

20 January 2021

A Nairn school teacher got more than he bargained for when he finally popped the question to the love of his life on Christmas Day.


Loyal fans can help Nairn County reach milestone

Loyal fans can help Nairn County reach milestone

Loyal fans can help Nairn County reach milestone

19 January 2021

Nairn County lost nearly its entire first team squad when their main backers pulled out at the end of the 2015-16 season.


Tempers flare during Zoom meeting to decide Nairn community council office-bearers

Tempers flare during Zoom meeting to decide Nairn community council office-bearers

Tempers flare during Zoom meeting to decide Nairn community council office-bearers

19 January 2021

Deep divisions in Nairn River Community Council remain after a fractious annual general meeting conducted online.


Full steam ahead for Men’s Shed

Full steam ahead for Men’s Shed

Full steam ahead for Men’s Shed

19 January 2021

An organisation which provides a meeting place for men has secured a second building on the platform at Nairn Railway Station for their activities.


Nairn asks 'no-show for summer events?'

Nairn asks 'no-show for summer events?'

Nairn asks 'no-show for summer events?'

19 January 2021

Decisions on this summer's events to be made in the coming weeks.


WATCH: Storm Christoph sparks snow warning for parts of Highlands

WATCH: Storm Christoph sparks snow warning for parts of Highlands

WATCH: Storm Christoph sparks snow warning for parts of Highlands

19 January 2021

WIDESPREAD travel disruption is possible during “a period of disruptive snow” in the Highlands, the Met Office has warned.


New rail station at Inverness Airport 'must meet needs of Highlanders from day one' says MSP

New rail station at Inverness Airport 'must meet needs of Highlanders from day one' says MSP

New rail station at Inverness Airport 'must meet needs of Highlanders from day one' says MSP

16 January 2021

Ambitious plans for a new rail station at Inverness Airport must "meet the needs of Highlanders from day one, a Highlands and Islands MSP has argued.


HN Action: tell us your stories in 2021

HN Action: tell us your stories in 2021

HN Action: tell us your stories in 2021

15 January 2021

New Year is a time for resolutions and we’ve decided to revive our HN Action campaign.


LISTEN: HNM launches new sports podcast

LISTEN: HNM launches new sports podcast

LISTEN: HNM launches new sports podcast

15 January 2021

Listen to the first episode of Highland News and Media’s new sports podcast here!


Nairn neighbours celebrate with lottery win

Nairn neighbours celebrate with lottery win

Nairn neighbours celebrate with lottery win

15 January 2021

Three people in Nairn are celebrating after winning £1,000 each thanks to their lucky postcode.


Nairn has a thirst to aid environment

Nairn has a thirst to aid environment

Nairn has a thirst to aid environment

14 January 2021

Problem solved if you get a thirst on.


Police provide reassurance after reports of possible gunshot in Nairn

Police provide reassurance after reports of possible gunshot in Nairn

Police provide reassurance after reports of possible gunshot in Nairn

14 January 2021

Police, some believed to be armed, were called to an incident in Boath Park, Nairn this afternoon.


Shocked co-worker helped uncover man's indecent images of children

Shocked co-worker helped uncover man's indecent images of children

Shocked co-worker helped uncover man's indecent images of children

14 January 2021

A 61-year-old Nairn man avoided a jail sentence after admitting downloading 92 indecent images of children.


Warm welcome greets new Inverness Courier Nairnshire edition after shock and sadness over local paper's demise

Warm welcome greets new Inverness Courier Nairnshire edition after shock and sadness over local paper's demise

Warm welcome greets new Inverness Courier Nairnshire edition after shock and sadness over local paper's demise

13 January 2021

The announcement that the Nairnshire Telegraph has ceased publication after nearly 180 years was received with shock and sadness in the community.


Public urged to ‘buy local’ to help out

Public urged to ‘buy local’ to help out

Public urged to ‘buy local’ to help out

13 January 2021

An organisation set up to support its town’s businesses is reiterating the 'shop local' message to ensure that they survive this second lockdown.


Tributes to well-known Pipe Major

Tributes to well-known Pipe Major

Tributes to well-known Pipe Major

13 January 2021

John ‘Jock’ Cameron (85), of MacRae Avenue in Nairn, took ill on Christmas Day and died in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary on December 30.


Nairn fire crew’s delight at festive fundraiser

Nairn fire crew’s delight at festive fundraiser

Nairn fire crew’s delight at festive fundraiser

12 January 2021

The town's retained fire crew has raised more than £7000 for charity from its Santa’s Sleigh


Online gigs provide lifeline for arts centre

Online gigs provide lifeline for arts centre

Online gigs provide lifeline for arts centre

12 January 2021

A country singer with her roots in Nairnshire is set to entertain music lovers with a special online performance.


Gutsy grandma takes plunge for teenager

Gutsy grandma takes plunge for teenager

Gutsy grandma takes plunge for teenager

12 January 2021

A NAIRN grandmother has set herself a chilly challenge to raise money which will help transform the life of a local teenager in need.


Disappearance of pedigree sheep worth £2500 being investigated by police

Disappearance of pedigree sheep worth £2500 being investigated by police

Disappearance of pedigree sheep worth £2500 being investigated by police

11 January 2021

The tagged Beltex sheep was in lamb when it vanished.


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