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Sandown Lands consultation in Nairn said to be 'dishonest'

Sandown Lands consultation in Nairn said to be 'dishonest'

Sandown Lands consultation in Nairn said to be 'dishonest'

After results of first consultation 'not listened to' by Highland Council.


MP fears rising redundancies when furlough scheme ends

MP fears rising redundancies when furlough scheme ends

MP fears rising redundancies when furlough scheme ends

Local MP Drew Hendry has warned the Chancellor against withdrawing support for jobs and businesses.


Our Man in Holyrood: Mental health services in NHS Highland are under pressure

Our Man in Holyrood: Mental health services in NHS Highland are under pressure

Our Man in Holyrood: Mental health services in NHS Highland are under pressure

MSP Fergus Ewing says 'I am acutely aware that mental health can affect us all'


Universal Credit cut – 'This is going to thrust many people right over the precipice'

Universal Credit cut – 'This is going to thrust many people right over the precipice'

Universal Credit cut – 'This is going to thrust many people right over the precipice'

Thousands of hard-pressed Highland families and workers face a ticking time bomb of debt and poverty through a cut to Universal Credit.


PICTURES: 25 win annual summer book reading challenge

PICTURES: 25 win annual summer book reading challenge

PICTURES: 25 win annual summer book reading challenge

A total of 25 youngsters completed Nairn Library’s annual Summer Reading Challenge.


Fears traffic fumes are hitting health

Fears traffic fumes are hitting health

Fears traffic fumes are hitting health

Congestion at traffic lights in Nairn town centre is causing increasing concern about pollution levels.


Decision on possible sale of Nairn common good land could be deferred

Decision on possible sale of Nairn common good land could be deferred

Decision on possible sale of Nairn common good land could be deferred

Councillors are to be asked to approve additional consultation over Sandown lands, with clearer proposals on what to do with common good assets.


'Make Nairn bypass a budget priority', Scottish Government urged

'Make Nairn bypass a budget priority', Scottish Government urged

'Make Nairn bypass a budget priority', Scottish Government urged

Concerned community leaders are urging the Scottish Government to treat the long-awaited Nairn bypass as a matter of urgency in its spending plans.


Sex offender from Nairn jailed for 40 months

Sex offender from Nairn jailed for 40 months

Sex offender from Nairn jailed for 40 months

A dangerous child sex offender formed a relationship with a mum of three daughters in a deliberate breach of a court order.


Giant sea goddess draws attention at Nairn Book and Arts Festival

Giant sea goddess draws attention at Nairn Book and Arts Festival

Giant sea goddess draws attention at Nairn Book and Arts Festival

THE 10m tall sea goddess STORM strode forth in Nairn today.


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