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Future fashion stars to shine in Aberdeen city show

19 April 2024
Future fashion stars to shine in Aberdeen city show

Future fashion stars to shine in Aberdeen city show

19 April 2024

A FASHION show, created by students from Gray’s School of Art will take centre stage in Aberdeen’s Anatomy Rooms next week.


Moray benefits claims continue downward trend

18 April 2024
Moray benefits claims continue downward trend

Moray benefits claims continue downward trend

18 April 2024

THE number of benefits claimants in Moray has continued to fall, latest year-on-year-figures for March have revealed.


Trad award winners FARA set to take to the stage in Fochabers

17 April 2024
Trad award winners FARA set to take to the stage in Fochabers

Trad award winners FARA set to take to the stage in Fochabers

17 April 2024

ORCADIAN musicians FARA are set to take centre stage when the latest ARC Sessions event comes to the Fochabers Public Institute this Friday.


Moray MP secures meeting with Bank of Scotland bosses over Buckie branch closure

17 April 2024
Moray MP secures meeting with Bank of Scotland bosses over Buckie branch closure

Moray MP secures meeting with Bank of Scotland bosses over Buckie branch closure

17 April 2024

MORAY MP Douglas Ross says Bank of Scotland bosses hear “loud and clear” his “significant disappointment” over plans to close their Buckie branch.


Return to Rockall beckons for bold Buckie fund-raiser Cam

16 April 2024
Return to Rockall beckons for bold Buckie fund-raiser Cam

Return to Rockall beckons for bold Buckie fund-raiser Cam

16 April 2024

A BUCKIE ex-pat who attempted to set an endurance record on Rockall is set to return to the remote island later this month.


Ross urges local MSPs to back scrapping of ‘dangerous’ Hate Crime Act

16 April 2024
Ross urges local MSPs to back scrapping of ‘dangerous’ Hate Crime Act

Ross urges local MSPs to back scrapping of ‘dangerous’ Hate Crime Act

16 April 2024

MORAY MP Douglas Ross has urged local MSPs to back Scottish Conservative calls to scrap the “dangerous” Hate Crime Act.


Lappin double gives Buckie Ladies best of starts in League Cup defence

15 April 2024
Lappin double gives Buckie Ladies best of starts in League Cup defence

Lappin double gives Buckie Ladies best of starts in League Cup defence

15 April 2024

BUCKIE Ladies got their defence of the League Cup off to the best of starts with a hard-fought win over Sutherland.


Identity theft warning as scams almost double over last year

15 April 2024
Identity theft warning as scams almost double over last year

Identity theft warning as scams almost double over last year

15 April 2024

THE public is being urged to look out for signs of their personal information being misused as identity theft scams rise.


Time to get suited and booted as inaugural Cullen Share session set to get under way

14 April 2024
Time to get suited and booted as inaugural Cullen Share session set to get under way

Time to get suited and booted as inaugural Cullen Share session set to get under way

14 April 2024

THE chance to support a new grassroots recycling project - and get a new wardrobe of clothes, besides - will be on offer at the first Cullen Share.


Very quiet week on the fish landings front at Buckie Harbour

14 April 2024
Very quiet week on the fish landings front at Buckie Harbour

Very quiet week on the fish landings front at Buckie Harbour

14 April 2024

JUST three boxes of fish were landed at Buckie Harbour last week.


Session set to shed light on Prosperity Fund opportunities for Moray groups

13 April 2024
Session set to shed light on Prosperity Fund opportunities for Moray groups

Session set to shed light on Prosperity Fund opportunities for Moray groups

13 April 2024

AN information event on funding opportunities through the Arts and Culture UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) Round 2 is set to be held in Moray.


Session set to shed light on Prosperity Fund opportunities for Moray groups

13 April 2024
Session set to shed light on Prosperity Fund opportunities for Moray groups

Session set to shed light on Prosperity Fund opportunities for Moray groups

13 April 2024

AN information event on funding opportunities through the Arts and Culture UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) Round 2 is set to be held in Moray.


PET OF THE WEEK: Lovely Lady seeks retirement home!

13 April 2024
PET OF THE WEEK: Lovely Lady seeks retirement home!

PET OF THE WEEK: Lovely Lady seeks retirement home!

13 April 2024

LADY is a lovely older mare looking to trot off to her retirement home.


FROM Highland dancing to BMX stunts, the Gordon Castle Highland Games and Country Fair is set to return to Fochabers next month.

12 April 2024
FROM Highland dancing to BMX stunts, the Gordon Castle Highland Games and Country Fair is set to return to Fochabers next month.

FROM Highland dancing to BMX stunts, the Gordon Castle Highland Games and Country Fair is set to return to Fochabers next month.

12 April 2024

FROM Highland dancing to BMX stunts, the Gordon Castle Highland Games and Country Fair is set to return to Fochabers next month.


Creative Breaks funding seeks to boost short breaks for carers

12 April 2024
Creative Breaks funding seeks to boost short breaks for carers

Creative Breaks funding seeks to boost short breaks for carers

12 April 2024

CHARITIES across the north-east are being invited to apply for funding to help develop and deliver short breaks and services for carers.


Moray’s coastal communities consulted on next phase of Coastal Change Adaptation Plans

11 April 2024
Moray’s coastal communities consulted on next phase of Coastal Change Adaptation Plans

Moray’s coastal communities consulted on next phase of Coastal Change Adaptation Plans

11 April 2024

MORAY Council is inviting local coastal communities to input to the new process for adapting to changes to the coastline due to climate change.


Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

11 April 2024
Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

11 April 2024

NEW figures lay bare the true cost of crime to the high-street in the face of an alarming rise in theft and violence.


Call to goes out to young artists to create Forces charity mascot

10 April 2024
Call to goes out to young artists to create Forces charity mascot

Call to goes out to young artists to create Forces charity mascot

10 April 2024

BUDDING young artists from Moray’s Armed Forces communities are being encouraged to participate in a nationwide competition to design a mascot.


Portgordon development plans take centre stage at community consultation sessions

09 April 2024
Portgordon development plans take centre stage at community consultation sessions

Portgordon development plans take centre stage at community consultation sessions

09 April 2024

THE future development of Portgordon and the village’s harbour took centre stage when a series of public consultations were held recently.


Boost for OAPs as pension rises by £900 a year

09 April 2024
Boost for OAPs as pension rises by £900 a year

Boost for OAPs as pension rises by £900 a year

09 April 2024

THERE has been some good news for OAPs with the announcement that the state pension has gone up by 8.5 per cent.


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