One of the north’s most dedicated sporting mentors has received a prestigious accolade for her efforts.
A fight at a Nairn holiday park led to a police officer being assaulted.
Nairn has been confirmed to host golf's Amateur Championship in 2021.
We already have planes, trains and automobiles - and now, the north is about to get two more forms of transport.
A North WWII veteran has shared his story of bravery to mark Remembrance Day.
A rumbling noise could be heard coming from the direction of Janet Wishart's home.
A community group is fighting plans to build a sheltered housing complex next to a noisy sawmill in a Highlands town.
Police have confirmed the finding of 63-year-old man's body in Nairn today.
For one household, yesterday’s occasion was the cause for a double celebration as a husband and wife duo graduated with honours degrees.
On a recent trip from the Highlands to Aberdeen, we decided to break up the journey with a spot of lunch in Nairn.
A male motorcyclist has been taken to hospital after a collision with a van on the A96.
A pharmacy dispenser injured two cyclists during an overtaking manouevre on her drive home.
A £3.4 million Scottish Water project to provide improved drinking water storage facilities for Nairn and Auldearn has been completed.
British journalist and broadcaster John Sergeant is preparing to take centre stage as Nairn Book and Arts Festival makes its return.
Two sets of roadworks in the north are all to get underway this Sunday and will see almost £1 million worth of improvements to the road network.
Nairn's crowing glory is going to be back in place this weekend after the town's newly refurbished steeple is replaced at the historic courthouse.
A coastguard rescue team came across more than they bargained for on a routine patrol after discovering some unspent rockets dating back to the rehearsals for the D-Day landings.
A damp, slug-infested island primary where parents say a third of the pupils have been diagnosed with breathing problems could finally be replaced with a brand new campus by 2021.
A one-vehicle accident on the A96 between Inverness and Nairn has caused disruption on the road today. Police attended the incident near the Ardersier junction, at 11.25am. A spokesman said the accident was minor with no injuries and the road was clear again by around noon.
A “predatory” man been found guilty of sexually assaulting several women during a 13-month period in Nairn.
A Highland MP has called on home secretary Priti Patel to abolish visa fees for Commonwealth servicemen and women in the British armed forces.
The story of a World War Two conscript who trained for the D-Day landings on the Moray Firth will be told next week.
Holme Rose, the former home of war hero Lord Gordon Campbell of Croy, has been put on the market with a sale tag of more than £2million.
A probe has been launched by ScotRail bosses amid complaints customers using ticket machines are being misled over prices.
An independent lifeboat group on the Moray coast has warned of unprecedented demand after being called out six times in a week.
Rescue teams were called to help two people trapped on Nairn sandbar.
Rescue crews have been called to Nairn to help two people trapped on a sandbank. The coastguard was alerted at 11pm to the emergency. The Moray Inshore Rescue Organisation (MIRO) and RNLI Invergordon lifeboat were sent to their aid.
A day of “fun, laughs and cheer” was had in Nairn at the weekend as the town celebrated the 200th year of its famous agricultural show.
Three people were rescued in Nairn last night after being trapped on a sandbank by the rising tide.
A lingerie shop owner has won a legal battle with an American television network who tried to stop her putting on a fashion show in the Highlands.
Three people trapped on a sandbank were rescued after being cut off by the rising tide in Nairn.
Two men aged 20 and 19 have been charged in connection with the vandalisms to the courthouse tower at Nairn and in the town's harbour area.