A 16 page Nairnshire this week with extensive coverage of the Nairn Book and Arts Festival and a worrying front page spread that indicates that despite recent events that seemed to project a stable future for the Hydrotherapy Pool, the facility has not received any client referrals from the NHS yet.
Anyway fast-forward to page 5 and an article "Annual report from CAB highlights Nairn's "in-work" poor which begins "Families in Nairnshire are still experiencing poverty, despite an increase in employment opportunities."
The Nairnshire goes on a little further into the article: There is a perception that there is no real poverty in Nairnshire," Gill MacLean, manager of Nairn CAB, says in her annual report.
"Our experience on a daily basis says otherwise. Employment appears to have increased but low pay, seasonal work, zero hours contracts, expensive public transport and the rising cost of child care means 'in work' poverty is on the increase."
Indeed, to all intents and purposes Nairn looks prosperous. If you were just passing through on a warm summer's day you might think there was nothing wrong at all but behind the scenes there are people working all week to earn their poverty.