Monday, May 24, 2010

Nearly midnight press review

The Nairnshire leads with news of how Highland Council seems to be bending to the will of the people (aided by the recession) and a draft development plan going before the council soon seems to at last reflect the wishes of the community. A picture too on the front page of 105 year old Mary Blair receiving a telegram from the Queen.
Planning issues dominate the editorial this week and they featured at a recent meeting of Croy community council tool according to the Nairnshire. The plight of kids now having to walk along the dangerous single-track road from Moss-side into town after their bus was stopped, features too on page 7 with a picture and interview with Geri McNab and Katrina Ashford.
A double page picture spread from the Millbank centenary and pictures of swans too this week. Sport includes Nairn County’s last match of the season. Lots, lots more in a 16 page edition including words of wisdom from Cllr Graham Marsden on why he helped bin Liz. The mysterious Onion King society also advertises another meeting. Yours for 40p – go for it!

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