No, not September 18th 2014 (but there seems to be little argument that Scotland went through a bit of a political transformation regardless of the result of the referendum). Let's be parochial however and rewind a further 12 months to September 18th 2013 in Nairn. On that day Michael Green said:
Here's what happened as Highland Councillors visited Nairn on a site visit for the unpopular South Nairn planning application that would have had catostrophic implications for road safety at the already dangerous Cawdor Road railway bridge pinch point.
Nairn residents took to the street to protest at
Inverness Highland Council rule and to ask for more say in how their town develops in the future. Will things ever be the same?
One young man whose life was eventually to be transformed by his involvement in the events of the following September 18th posted an image of 18/09/13 on twitter. The Gurn team took a few pictures of the day the worm turned too: more here on "An lath a ghabh muinntir Inbhir Narann na sraidean orra."