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Jonathan Clark


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Jonny Clark has been a news reporter with Highland News and Media - The Northern Scot, Forres Gazette, Huntly Express, Banffshire Advertiser, Herald and Journal - since 2018. He often covers sport, too. Jonny previously worked for the Falkirk Herald.

Dr Gray's midwife: Why I've been in the NHS for 40 years

04 March 2024
Dr Gray's midwife: Why I've been in the NHS for 40 years

Dr Gray's midwife: Why I've been in the NHS for 40 years

04 March 2024

The 58-year-old is one of many midwives continuing to work under a Retire and Return scheme which helps the NHS to retain experienced staff.


Vaccination bus offering Covid and flu jabs in Moray

04 March 2024
Vaccination bus offering Covid and flu jabs in Moray

Vaccination bus offering Covid and flu jabs in Moray

04 March 2024

THE mobile vaccination bus is set to visit Tomintoul, Dufftown, Keith, Buckie, Lossiemouth, Fochabers and Forres between Monday and Friday.


Bowling club raises funds for Scottish Charity Air Ambulance with charity match

03 March 2024
Bowling club raises funds for Scottish Charity Air Ambulance with charity match

Bowling club raises funds for Scottish Charity Air Ambulance with charity match

03 March 2024

ELGIN Indoor Bowling Club raised £500 for the SCAA.


Free feature film to be screened at Inkwell Café in Elgin

02 March 2024
Free feature film to be screened at Inkwell Café in Elgin

Free feature film to be screened at Inkwell Café in Elgin

02 March 2024

THE free screening is taking place at The Inkwell Café on March 13.


Forres Family Fest's full line-up announced

02 March 2024
Forres Family Fest's full line-up announced

Forres Family Fest's full line-up announced

02 March 2024

SEVEN bands will play at the one-day event, which will take place at Mosset Park.


Loyal Elgin charity shop worker recognised for 25 years service to Cancer Research UK

01 March 2024
Loyal Elgin charity shop worker recognised for 25 years service to Cancer Research UK

Loyal Elgin charity shop worker recognised for 25 years service to Cancer Research UK

01 March 2024

SHOP manager Val Wilson started her role on December 1, 1998, just 11 months after the store first opened.


Forres Mechanics 2 Huntly 2: Cans boss 'pleased overall' with draw

29 February 2024
Forres Mechanics 2 Huntly 2: Cans boss 'pleased overall' with draw

Forres Mechanics 2 Huntly 2: Cans boss 'pleased overall' with draw

29 February 2024

FORRES boss Steven MacDonald gave "enormous credit" to his players after the draw.


Students from Buckie and Forres to represent Moray at Scottish Youth Parliament

28 February 2024
Students from Buckie and Forres to represent Moray at Scottish Youth Parliament

Students from Buckie and Forres to represent Moray at Scottish Youth Parliament

28 February 2024

THE two were elected in a vote that ran in Moray from January 15 to 26, 2024.


From farmer to friend of Lord Nelson: Man's book documents the story of Moray's John Scott

28 February 2024
From farmer to friend of Lord Nelson: Man's book documents the story of Moray's John Scott

From farmer to friend of Lord Nelson: Man's book documents the story of Moray's John Scott

28 February 2024

THE limited-edition book tells the story of John Scott, born in 1764 at Floods Farm, Spey Bay.


PICTURES: Huntly Women's match abandoned at half-time as visitors reportedly refuse to play

28 February 2024
PICTURES: Huntly Women's match abandoned at half-time as visitors reportedly refuse to play

PICTURES: Huntly Women's match abandoned at half-time as visitors reportedly refuse to play

28 February 2024

THE Black and Golds were 3-0 to the good at half-time before the game was called off.


Moray path project is given a £270K boost by Dorenell Wind Farm Community Fund

28 February 2024
Moray path project is given a £270K boost by Dorenell Wind Farm Community Fund

Moray path project is given a £270K boost by Dorenell Wind Farm Community Fund

28 February 2024

THE Dorenell Community Links Path project has been awarded £269,400 from the fund.


READERS' PICTURES: Red Arrows at RAF Lossiemouth

26 February 2024
READERS' PICTURES: Red Arrows at RAF Lossiemouth

READERS' PICTURES: Red Arrows at RAF Lossiemouth

26 February 2024

Hazel Thomson and Alan Tough sent in photos captured on a four-day visit from the Red Arrows.


Man taken to hospital after one-vehicle crash near Dufftown

26 February 2024
Man taken to hospital after one-vehicle crash near Dufftown

Man taken to hospital after one-vehicle crash near Dufftown

26 February 2024

THE crash took place on the B9009 between Dufftown and Glenrinnes.


RAF Lossiemouth serviceman to run London Marathon with 30kg backpack for charity

26 February 2024
RAF Lossiemouth serviceman to run London Marathon with 30kg backpack for charity

RAF Lossiemouth serviceman to run London Marathon with 30kg backpack for charity

26 February 2024

THE charity helped Dave with his mental health and he wants to raise awareness and funds for them in return.


Mosstodloch Flower Show set to return in 2024 as sponsorship for event is sought

24 February 2024
Mosstodloch Flower Show set to return in 2024 as sponsorship for event is sought

Mosstodloch Flower Show set to return in 2024 as sponsorship for event is sought

24 February 2024

Ronnie Smith, president of the Speymouth Village Hall, is aiming to reinstate the show on September 1.


Moray Integration Joint Board (IJB) seeking new representatives

24 February 2024
Moray Integration Joint Board (IJB) seeking new representatives

Moray Integration Joint Board (IJB) seeking new representatives

24 February 2024

THERE is an opportunity for two individuals to join the board as non-voting members.


Death of woman in Lossiemouth confirmed as 'not suspicious'

21 February 2024
Death of woman in Lossiemouth confirmed as 'not suspicious'

Death of woman in Lossiemouth confirmed as 'not suspicious'

21 February 2024

THE death was originally described as "unexplained" but officers have confirmed there were "no suspicious circumstances" after enquiries.


PICTURES: Red Arrows fly high on visit to Moray

21 February 2024
PICTURES: Red Arrows fly high on visit to Moray

PICTURES: Red Arrows fly high on visit to Moray

21 February 2024

THE Red Arrows are wowing crowds in Moray and across the north of Scotland on a visit to the area this week.


New Moray Council housing allocation scheme to prioritise domestic abuse victims and key workers

21 February 2024
New Moray Council housing allocation scheme to prioritise domestic abuse victims and key workers

New Moray Council housing allocation scheme to prioritise domestic abuse victims and key workers

21 February 2024

THE aim is to make sure available homes go to those in the greatest housing need, while demand exceeds supply.


Armed Forces families urged to complete survey to help children thrive in school

21 February 2024
Armed Forces families urged to complete survey to help children thrive in school

Armed Forces families urged to complete survey to help children thrive in school

21 February 2024

THE Dandelion Project is asking regulars, reservists, or veteran families with children in school in Moray to let their thoughts be known.


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