Friday, January 31, 2014

Friday Miscellany

Thanks to one of our regular readers who pointed out to us that there is an image of Keith Brown on Transport Scotland A96 dualling page that carries a bit of irony with it. Our correspondent suggests that anyone writing to the Transport Minister to complain about any elements of the recent road works at Bridgemill Direct would be able to point out that the minister knows the spot himself as he is pictured at the exact location on this web page. 

Meanwhile on Facebook Cllr Colin MacAulay SNP states: " Report is that last night's traffic lights failure was down to vandalism." That is extremely bad craic if that was the case.

Whiteness Head has received planning permission and hopes that the  yard could reopen for the construction of wind turbines move a step forward. More on the BBC site.

More later from the Nairn CAB's Big Energy Saving week, images and an interview with Danny Alexander. Apparently the average saving from switching tariffs can amount to £200 and today one woman told the CAB that she had saved £117 from switching. Murd Dunbar was also up at Sainsbury's and updated Danny on the proposals to improve access to the Firhall Bridge in the spring - image here.

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