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No emergency medical consultant at Dr Grays for five nights in April

11 August 2022
No emergency medical consultant at Dr Grays for five nights in April

No emergency medical consultant at Dr Grays for five nights in April

11 August 2022

DR Gray's Hospital in Elgin had no emergency medical consultant for five nights this year.


Mike away after 50 years at William Wilson's

11 August 2022
Mike away after 50 years at William Wilson's

Mike away after 50 years at William Wilson's

11 August 2022

A MAN who spent 50 years keeping Moray's plumbers happy has finally retired, as he says current employees "have never had it so easy".


Victory lap for champion of champions Tonley Lady Heather at Keith

09 August 2022
Victory lap for champion of champions Tonley Lady Heather at Keith

Victory lap for champion of champions Tonley Lady Heather at Keith

09 August 2022

THE winning ways of Mark Wattie's Tonley Lady Heather continued at the Keith Show yesterday (August 8) with a champion of champions win.


New system means people can apply for new Osprey social housing

29 July 2022
New system means people can apply for new Osprey social housing

New system means people can apply for new Osprey social housing

29 July 2022

SOCIAL landlord firm Osprey Housing have announced a new digital system to help connect potential tenants find specific properties.


Veteran (79) rowing 5000 kilometres in Elgin Tesco for charity Erskine

29 July 2022
Veteran (79) rowing 5000 kilometres in Elgin Tesco for charity Erskine

Veteran (79) rowing 5000 kilometres in Elgin Tesco for charity Erskine

29 July 2022

A VETERAN (79) will spend three days on a rowing machine in Elgin Tesco as part of a 5000 kilometre fundraising effort.


Moray businesses sought to provide Council meat

28 July 2022
Moray businesses sought to provide Council meat

Moray businesses sought to provide Council meat

28 July 2022

MORAY businesses could have the chance to apply for lucrative contracts to supply meat to local schools.


Ex-Joint Moray Council Leader Neil McLennan axed by fellow Tories in secret vote

11 July 2022
Ex-Joint Moray Council Leader Neil McLennan axed by fellow Tories in secret vote

Ex-Joint Moray Council Leader Neil McLennan axed by fellow Tories in secret vote

11 July 2022

COUNCILLOR Neil McLennan was ousted as Co-Leader of Moray Council in June after losing a covert vote of no confidence by fellow Tory councillors.


Spate of alleged spiking shocks Elgin as parademics confirm woman taken to hospital

08 July 2022
Spate of alleged spiking shocks Elgin as parademics confirm woman taken to hospital

Spate of alleged spiking shocks Elgin as parademics confirm woman taken to hospital

08 July 2022

ELGIN women have spoken out about alleged spiking incidents in the town over the last two Saturday nights, as parademics say woman taken to hospital.


Schools raise over £5500 for Ukraine after families ask to give 'Pennies for Peace'

03 July 2022
Schools raise over £5500 for Ukraine after families ask to give 'Pennies for Peace'

Schools raise over £5500 for Ukraine after families ask to give 'Pennies for Peace'

03 July 2022

MORAY schoolchildren raised £5748 for Ukraine in March by dressing up in blue and yellow and donating "Pennies for Peace".


Nashville pair come to Elgin High and say stop bullying

02 July 2022
Nashville pair come to Elgin High and say stop bullying

Nashville pair come to Elgin High and say stop bullying

02 July 2022

RISING stars Juna N Joey showed off their classy Nashville pop-country to Elgin High pupils last week and shared a powerful mental health message.


Police call for information over man stood in sea by Lossie East Beach

02 July 2022
Police call for information over man stood in sea by Lossie East Beach

Police call for information over man stood in sea by Lossie East Beach

02 July 2022

POLICE have issued a call for information after a man was seen standing in the sea in Seatown, Lossiemouth today (Saturday July 2).


Nashville pair come to Elgin High and say stop bullying

01 July 2022
Nashville pair come to Elgin High and say stop bullying

Nashville pair come to Elgin High and say stop bullying

01 July 2022

RISING stars Juna N Joey showed off their classy Nashville pop-country to Elgin High pupils last week and shared a powerful mental health message.


Ben Rinnes climbed five times in 24 hours for food bank

24 June 2022
Ben Rinnes climbed five times in 24 hours for food bank

Ben Rinnes climbed five times in 24 hours for food bank

24 June 2022

PIERCER Heather Milne smashed her fundraising target for Moray Food Plus on Sunday (June 19) and summited Ben Rinnes five times.


WATCH: Banff Elvis Gary Stuart 'All Shook Up' ahead of 60th celebration

18 June 2022
WATCH: Banff Elvis Gary Stuart 'All Shook Up' ahead of 60th celebration

WATCH: Banff Elvis Gary Stuart 'All Shook Up' ahead of 60th celebration

18 June 2022

AFTER 27 years of love, loss, and media attention, Banff's Elvis is gearing up for his 60th birthday bash.


£5m tech health centre opens at Altyre

16 June 2022
£5m tech health centre opens at Altyre

£5m tech health centre opens at Altyre

16 June 2022

A £5 million project has been launched at Altyre which aims to use technology to make healthcare more accessible.


Elgin piercer to climb Ben Rinnes for 24 hours for food bank

16 June 2022
Elgin piercer to climb Ben Rinnes for 24 hours for food bank

Elgin piercer to climb Ben Rinnes for 24 hours for food bank

16 June 2022

AN ELGIN woman will climb Ben Rinnes for 24 hours this Sunday (June 19), to raise money for Moray Food Plus.


40 years since end of Falklands war marked by late para's grandson

16 June 2022
40 years since end of Falklands war marked by late para's grandson

40 years since end of Falklands war marked by late para's grandson

16 June 2022

Steely paratrooper Wullie Granitza's grandson Jack laid a wreath marking 40 years since the end of the Falklands Conflict at a memorial service.


Lossiemouth High's mental health day a "massive success"

12 June 2022
Lossiemouth High's mental health day a "massive success"

Lossiemouth High's mental health day a "massive success"

12 June 2022

THROUGH teamwork and a generous donation from Lossiemouth's Co-op, Lossie High's mental health day became a "massive success".


Report says Moray behind pack in Secondary attainment

11 June 2022
Report says Moray behind pack in Secondary attainment

Report says Moray behind pack in Secondary attainment

11 June 2022

MORAY performs below the average for the north of Scotland in key ways, committee meeting hears.


Schools should help under-22s apply for bus pass, Labour says

09 June 2022
Schools should help under-22s apply for bus pass, Labour says

Schools should help under-22s apply for bus pass, Labour says

09 June 2022

MORAY Councillors have encouraged schools to help young people apply for free bus passes.


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