How nice to see the Highland Council's policy of all new or replacement street signs being bilingual now in action in Nairn. The English is still clearly visible so no chance of anyone getting lost or confused. Gaelic culture is not only an important part of Nairn and Scotland's past, it is still very much alive today as the bairns being educated in the language at Millbank School will testify. A language that still has a future and Nairn is playing its part in keeping the Gaelic language and culture alive in the Scotland of the new millennium. Suas leis a' Ghàidhlig agus 's math a rinn Comhairle na Gaidhealtachd gu h-araid Oor Sandy nuair a leig esan a chuid taic ris a' chànain.