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Highland Council bids to tackle the region’s housing crisis with a full-time empty homes officer

Highland Council bids to tackle the region’s housing crisis with a full-time empty homes officer

Highland Council bids to tackle the region’s housing crisis with a full-time empty homes officer

The official will work with homeowners to bring privately-owned empty properties across the Highlands back into use


Our Man in Westminster: Important Gibraltar trip marred by false claims

Our Man in Westminster: Important Gibraltar trip marred by false claims

Our Man in Westminster: Important Gibraltar trip marred by false claims

MP Drew Hendry says politicising an otherwise 'important, intensive and informative experience' was disappointing


Nairn and Elgin ladies’ cycling group smashes Scottish record

Nairn and Elgin ladies’ cycling group smashes Scottish record

Nairn and Elgin ladies’ cycling group smashes Scottish record

Cake at Duffus Castle was the prize for cyclists.


New chief executive appointed by Eden Court

New chief executive appointed by Eden Court

New chief executive appointed by Eden Court

Eden Court has appoint a new boss.


Band is back for a bash

Band is back for a bash

Band is back for a bash

A Monster Music Bash by some Nairn musicians who began as a three-piece band in the 1970s returns this month with a sell-out reunion performance.


Cadets awarded for dedication

Cadets awarded for dedication

Cadets awarded for dedication

Eric Mills and Jonathan McDonald presented with Cadet Force Warrants.


Extraordinary witch features in new mural

Extraordinary witch features in new mural

Extraordinary witch features in new mural

The story of the 17th-century witch of Auldearn, Isobel Gowdie, has been captured in a mural on a wall in the village by local artist Helen Wright.


Centre sets green standard for firms

Centre sets green standard for firms

Centre sets green standard for firms

Nairn Community and Arts Centre is leading the way with its own climate programme.


Highland MSP Emma Roddick calls for Inverness to get its own council

Highland MSP Emma Roddick calls for Inverness to get its own council

Highland MSP Emma Roddick calls for Inverness to get its own council

She says 'Our city wards include areas of deprivation which are crying out for attention'


Youngsters get chance to open Nairn’s Christmas celebration

Youngsters get chance to open Nairn’s Christmas celebration

Youngsters get chance to open Nairn’s Christmas celebration

Kids are being invited to submit a home-made decoration which will give them the opportunity to win the chance to open Nairn’s Christmas celebration.


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