Author: Stephen

  • Proud Ness Event

    Photos via Flicker by Paul Oldham.

  • AUOB Update

    We are not long out of the meeting with the authorities Re #AUOBEdinburgh, where we sat round a table with Edinburgh council, Police Scotland and Historic Environment Scotland (HES).We are proud to announce that Police Scotland have made an executive decision in the interests of health & safety and public order to facilitate our stance that…

  • Pride Ness

    The Pride Ness parade takes place in Inverness on the 6th. This video is worth another share, MFR interview the man behind the petition to try and prevent the event from going ahead.

  • Hollyrood park pop up events.

    Many are speculating that the event this Saturday will attract the largest turn out yet in the series of marches across Scotland for Scottish Independence. The organisers however appear to be facing opposition from the public body HES. Historic Environment Scotland have denied the use of Hollyrood park by All Under One Banner to hold their…

  • Green Hive in Queenspark

    Not a lot tends to happen in QueensPark so our pop up stall made a welcome change from the norm…

  • Green Hive Swap Shop

    *Free stuff* Don’t shop, swap! Bring the things at the back of your wardrobe that you no longer want but are in a good condition, swap them for something new and update your wardrobe for free! This Friday 3rd August at the Old Links School, 7pm.

  • AUOB Inverness

    The AUOB Inverness march was well attended and everyone was in good spirits. Yes Nairn were in attendance carrying the banner for the local group. Photos can be viewed here on Flickr.

  • AUOB Bannockburn

    The Inverness Rally is going to be held on the 28th of July. Over 1500 folk attended the event at Bannockburn…

  • Fit Housing coming to Nairn

    The front page of the Nairnshire this week features the story on Fit housing coming to Nairn (you can view a larger PDF version of this here). This innovative project in partnership with NHS Highland, Carbon Dynamic and Albyn Housing could pioneer the future of health and social care across Scotland and has already won…

  • Wee Ginger Dug Comes to Nairn

    The Wee Ginger Dug and his human Paul Kavanagh (the National columnist & blogger) will be speaking at the Little Theatre in Nairn. Doors open at 7pm Tickets £6 (£3 unwaged/concessions) from Maggie’s Hippylicious Dreams, High Street, Nairn. The Wee Ginger Dug has a regular column in the National newspaper and is often featured in…