Common Good issues are back on the front page of the Nairnshire with an article by Iain Ramage and the usual quality editorial from Iain Bain delves into the subject too. Last week Colin had posted his optimism on the Common Good issues but dangers still lurk. The maverick former SNP member Donnie Kerr gets a mention and he seems to think some of Sandown should be transferred for "affordable housing". Donnie also gets a mention in the editorial:
"The image of Cllr Donnie Kerr demanding equity in the form of land for affordable housing raises that spectre of Nairn's very own funds being appropriated by the pan Highlanders for other use." Lots more in Iain's frank, hard-hitting editorial.
Plenty of other information in the weekly paper, including the back page which is not all about football this week, well it is but in a different way. There's been a lot happening off the field at Station Park and there are great plans for the future of the ground as the club approaches the centenary year. The future is looking brighter still for the club and an important part of Nairn's identity looks like it will be around for a long time to come in its present location. Find out more in the Nairnshire and also watch out for fund raising efforts that the club's supporters will be running throughout 2013.