North East Scotland College (Nescol) has become part of PlayStation First, Sony Interactive Entertainment’s global academic programme.
THE number of young people in work, training or further study three months after the end of the school year has hit a record high of 95.9 per cent.
THE Scottish Child Payment helped the families of more than 327,000 children at the end of December last year, official statistics have shown.
A NUMBER of roadworks are set to affect Buckie over the course of the coming week.
DAISY and Maisy are young sibling bunnies looking for their forever home.
THE future of schools in the Buckie ASG (Associated Schools Group) came under the spotlight when two drop-in consultations were held.
RESEARCHERS at Robert Gordon University are contributing to a new study to find out how the UK’s treescapes can be expanded.
MORAY Council's budget for 2024-25 has been slammed by a Buckie councillor.
NORTH of Scotland live event venue P&J Live has been confirmed as host of the European Society of Breast Imaging (EUSOBI) annual scientific meeting.
FINDOCHTY Water Sports Club (FWSC) has become a life-saving equipment hub for the village thanks to a generous donation.
CHANGES to a key Scottish Government benefit will see around 20,000 people able to access money to help with food shopping costs for the first time.
A BOLT out of the blue has seen a former Buckie councillor start a new career as an MSP.
PLANS have been submitted for a new state-of-the-art maltings at Portgordon.
PEOPLE claiming certain types of benefits may be eligible for help with funeral costs for a loved one.
HIGHER education students will be able apply to spread their student financial support package over a 12-month period.
A VARIETY of roadworks have been announced for the Buckie area this coming week.
THERE was a far busier week of fish landings at Buckie Harbour.
GEORGE is a handsome hamster ready to find his forever home.
FOOD bank support charity Trussell Trust has claimed that Universal Credit in Scotland is having "devastating"consequences.
OVER 100 students from two Moray secondary schools were trying their hand at STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) skills recently.