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ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Fighting for the right to roam on Kinder Scout

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Fighting for the right to roam on Kinder Scout

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Fighting for the right to roam on Kinder Scout

John Davidson heads for Derbyshire to enjoy a blustery run in the High Peak district – 92 years after the Kinder Mass Trespass


Survey launched on food growing project at Sandown Lands in Nairn

Survey launched on food growing project at Sandown Lands in Nairn

Survey launched on food growing project at Sandown Lands in Nairn

Nairnshire residents are invited to express their views on a project which could see a community food-growing project created at Sandown Lands.


Highland Council launches consultation on ecology strategy and action plan

Highland Council launches consultation on ecology strategy and action plan

Highland Council launches consultation on ecology strategy and action plan

Highland Council has launched a 12-week public consultation on its draft ecology strategy and action plan.


Coveted design award success for Hydro Ness power scheme

Coveted design award success for Hydro Ness power scheme

Coveted design award success for Hydro Ness power scheme

The striking design of the Hydro Ness power generator in Inverness has won the renewable energy facility a coveted national design award.


Memory of beloved Nairn skipper marked by new Harbour bench made with upcycled plastics from beach cleans

Memory of beloved Nairn skipper marked by new Harbour bench made with upcycled plastics from beach cleans

Memory of beloved Nairn skipper marked by new Harbour bench made with upcycled plastics from beach cleans

A new bench made from upcycled plastic from Nairn beach has been installed at the town’s harbour in memory of a cherished member of the community.


Highlands set to benefit from £7m funding for electric vehicles in the north of Scotland

Highlands set to benefit from £7m funding for electric vehicles in the north of Scotland

Highlands set to benefit from £7m funding for electric vehicles in the north of Scotland

Highland Council is set to benefit from a funding boost by the Scottish Government to support the growth of the EV charging network.


PICTURES: Nairn rowers have fin-tastic time with dolphin encounter

PICTURES: Nairn rowers have fin-tastic time with dolphin encounter

PICTURES: Nairn rowers have fin-tastic time with dolphin encounter

A spell of sunshine in the dreich July weather saw a happy encounter for members of the Nairn Coastal Rowing Club.


Heavy and persistent rain forecast sparks yellow Met Office weather warning

Heavy and persistent rain forecast sparks yellow Met Office weather warning

Heavy and persistent rain forecast sparks yellow Met Office weather warning

A yellow weather warning for heavy and persistent rain has been issued for parts of the Highlands.


3 flood alerts issued for Highlands amid forecast for longer spells of rain

3 flood alerts issued for Highlands amid forecast for longer spells of rain

3 flood alerts issued for Highlands amid forecast for longer spells of rain

Widespread showers and longer spells of heavy rain have sparked flood alerts for the Highlands.


Area for children and families among new additions as Nairn Show set to return this month

Area for children and families among new additions as Nairn Show set to return this month

Area for children and families among new additions as Nairn Show set to return this month

Organisers of the popular Nairn farming show are getting ready to welcome crowds with some novelties in 2024.


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