An Inverness couple who got engaged during one of the city’s festive pantomimes have finally tied the knot.
Sentence deferred for Nairn teenager who brandished piece of wood at man he thought was climbing into his garden
A Nairn teenager who brandished a piece of wood at a man he thought was climbing in to his garden with a similar weapon had his sentence further deferred yesterday.
A row is brewing in Nairn over plans to create a Business Improvement District (Bid).
Nairn has voted to establish its own Business Improvement District (BID) in what was called a “hugely positive step forward.”
A Victoria Cross hero who hailed from the Highlands – and became Canada’s most decorated soldier – is to be honoured a century after his bravery saved countless lives.
Police in Nairn are appealing for information following the theft of tools from a house in the town’s Lawrie Drive.
A supposedly “terrible” Inverness group are looking to recruit new musicians by taking the “attitude not the aptitude that counts” principle to new levels.
Several new witnesses have been interviewed by police probing the murder of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson.
Controversial plans to build more than 100 houses near Nairn have been narrowly approved - despite the best efforts of protesters.
Plans to redevelop a derelict Nairn hotel into residential properties are set to go before the Highland Council’s planning committee after a local property developer submitted a planning application this week.
A vehicle plunged into the water at Nairn's West Beach this afternoon.
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When the Press & Journal local government reporter Susy Macaulay escaped the office this summer to visit community councils across the Highlands, she wanted to find out how Highland Council’s ever-deepening cuts are affecting the area’s lifeblood, its people.
Furious Nairn and Lochloy residents have ramped up their protest against proposals for 115 new houses in Kingsteps South with a placard campaign ahead of a site visit by Highland councillors next week.
A farmer was left trapped in his tractor in Nairn this afternoon after ploughing into a ditch in a Highland field.
Nairn man faces anxious wait to find out if his £24,000 Audi Q5 will be forfeited after he was caught drink driving for the second time
A 23-year-old Nairn man will have to wait until August 23 to discover if his £24,000 Audi Q5 is going to be forfeited for his second drink driving offence.
Highland Council yesterday announced the successful contractor awarded with the task of conducting the B9090 White Bridge Realignment as Dingwall based R J McLeod Contractors.
Not everyone wants to move into a “dream” home where there’s nothing to be done but unpack and settle in.
Emergency services attended a two vehicle road traffic collision at Nairn this afternoon, with two casualties taken to hospital as a result.
An ambitious eco-tourism initiative aiming to get the population of Nairn out into the brisk fresh air is set to be rolled out across the town following a £7,000 Lottery cash injection.
A Moray tourist has admitted scamming town centre shops in a misguided attempt to fund his family’s holiday in the north of Scotland.
Sometimes, when I ask property owners if they know anything of the history of their home, they regretfully reply they know very little.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were called to three separate incidents yesterday, as emergency attention was required twice in Nairn and once in Boat of Garten.
The dangers of deliberately starting fires during the summer months has been highlighted by Police in Nairn.
As the country enjoyed yet another day of seemingly unstoppable sunshine, fire-fighters once again were sent out to battle wildfires that had broken out on sun-scorched grassland and gorse.
Nairn police are warning of the dangers of deliberately setting fires and the safe use of disposable single use barbecues during the summer months.
Work is to start on a section of the A96 in Nairn between Harbour Street and Albert Street.
Nine drivers are to be reported for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs over the past weekend in the Highlands and Islands.
A Nairn roughcaster who sat in his car and drank alcohol was yesterday banned from driving for six months.
The SSE Sustainable Development Fund enters its third set of awards today, with £1 million to benefit 15 community projects right across the north of Scotland.
A Highland couple have backed calls to base a new air ambulance in the north-east - after they were each airlifted during separate rescue missions within a matter of weeks.
Emergency services have raced to an “ongoing incident” that has disrupted train services in the Highlands.
A Nairn piper who broke the world record for playing the bagpipes has raised £4,500 for a range of charities and organisations by completing the challenge.