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THE cancellation of Moray’s agricultural shows due to Covid-19 is a real loss to the local farming sector and local communities, a local MSP has said.
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AN umbrella organisation which seeks to promote and sustainably develop the Moray coast has changed its name.
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BUCKIE Thistle boss Graeme Stewart has enlisted help from one of his players to keep his squad fit during the coronavirus lockdown.
UNFINISHED Elgin City business persuaded defender Stephen Bronsky to sign a new deal with the Borough Briggs club.
DEVERONSIDE have made their fifth summer signing by bringing in defender Innes McKay from Buckie Rovers.
FORMER Elgin City midfielder Rabin Omar has signed a full-time contract at Championship side Greenock Morton.
ANOTHER local boy in the Elgin City camp, Joel MacBeath wants to become a home favourite with the Borough Briggs support.
FORRES Thistle have some unfinished business to take care of when junior football resumes later this year.
ELGIN Golf Club have crowned their club champions for a year interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
TWO Keith Grammar pupils are set to help nurture Scotland’s next generation of sport leaders.
ArtyNess: Liza Mulholland sits back to enjoy Belladrum – from the comfort of her own tent! But will other outdoor events return soon?
Moray reporter Chris Saunderson pulls on his hiking boots to climb his first Munro – but will it be his last?
Green manure crops could fill empty space on allotments and boost harvests, Hannah Stephenson reports
Make these fishcakes on your next canoeing adventure, suggests Ella Walker
Bushcraft expert Ray Mears tells Ella Walker about the power of cooking outside – and of noticing our surroundings, wherever we are
Scottish Opera video Fever! stars young talent
Scottish Government's £750,000 for Inverness theatre
'Great to interact with your audience and dig the old vinyl out'
Aberdeen Performing Arts have confirmed that Beauty and the Beast will be postponed until 2021 with sold tickets being transferred to the new dates.
The mythical giant is set to take children and their parents on an online tour of things that grow on the iconic Aberdeenshire hill.
A retired community worker from Kirkhill has just had her first novel published.
Daniel Sloss, Gary Meikle and Tez Ilyas have already confirmed new dates with Jon Richardson set to confirm his return in the coming weeks.