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Police appeal after fire at Kinloss Barracks

27 September 2021
Police appeal after fire at Kinloss Barracks

Police appeal after fire at Kinloss Barracks

27 September 2021

Incident last week at Barracks' sports pavilion.


Tourism businesses urged to apply for Days Out incentive scheme

27 September 2021
Tourism businesses urged to apply for Days Out incentive scheme

Tourism businesses urged to apply for Days Out incentive scheme

27 September 2021

VisitScotland scheme to aid recovery of tourism industry.


Eight Speyside projects latest to benefit from Dorenell windfalls

25 September 2021
Eight Speyside projects latest to benefit from Dorenell windfalls

Eight Speyside projects latest to benefit from Dorenell windfalls

25 September 2021

Dufftown Highland Games among those to receive funding in third round of scheme.


People urged to voice views to shape Cairngorms National Park 'for all'

25 September 2021
People urged to voice views to shape Cairngorms National Park 'for all'

People urged to voice views to shape Cairngorms National Park 'for all'

25 September 2021

Formal consultation launched for fourth Cairngorms National Park Partnership Plan.


Climate change pioneer and north-east estate owner to launch 'citizen rewilding' crowdfunder

24 September 2021
Climate change pioneer and north-east estate owner to launch 'citizen rewilding' crowdfunder

Climate change pioneer and north-east estate owner to launch 'citizen rewilding' crowdfunder

24 September 2021

Forest of Hope to be created at Beldorney Estate as 'lasting legacy of COP26'.


Glenfiddich's artists in residence make their mark in Speyside

23 September 2021
Glenfiddich's artists in residence make their mark in Speyside

Glenfiddich's artists in residence make their mark in Speyside

23 September 2021

Distillery welcomes six artists from around the globe for programme's 20th year.


Elgin Men’s Shed issue plea for help to find new home

23 September 2021
Elgin Men’s Shed issue plea for help to find new home

Elgin Men’s Shed issue plea for help to find new home

23 September 2021

Founder of nationwide movement to chair Elgin meeting as group looks to restart.


Lossie pupils make origami cranes to send peace wishes far and wide

22 September 2021
Lossie pupils make origami cranes to send peace wishes far and wide

Lossie pupils make origami cranes to send peace wishes far and wide

22 September 2021

Community urged to help make paper cranes for Hiroshima and Pearl Harbour.


Lifeline Moray fund to close after £240,000 in Covid-19 payouts

22 September 2021
Lifeline Moray fund to close after £240,000 in Covid-19 payouts

Lifeline Moray fund to close after £240,000 in Covid-19 payouts

22 September 2021

Moray Emergency Relief Fund, set up by lord lieutenants of Moray and Banffshire, to remain in place for future.


Elgin Army Cadet volunteer awarded for lockdown efforts

22 September 2021
Elgin Army Cadet volunteer awarded for lockdown efforts

Elgin Army Cadet volunteer awarded for lockdown efforts

22 September 2021

Battalion’s public relations officer recognised for work to highlight Cadets' achievements.


Sixth Poseidon – 'Guernsey's Reply' – arrives at RAF Lossiemouth

21 September 2021
Sixth Poseidon – 'Guernsey's Reply' – arrives at RAF Lossiemouth

Sixth Poseidon – 'Guernsey's Reply' – arrives at RAF Lossiemouth

21 September 2021

Latest of nine planned submarine-hunters takes up position.


New Mexico film studio boss donates Elgin-made grandfather clock to local museum

21 September 2021
New Mexico film studio boss donates Elgin-made grandfather clock to local museum

New Mexico film studio boss donates Elgin-made grandfather clock to local museum

21 September 2021

Near 200-year-old clock survived desert heat and earthquake over decades in US.


Huge support for Elgin parents' charity fundraiser after teen son's tragic suicide

20 September 2021
Huge support for Elgin parents' charity fundraiser after teen son's tragic suicide

Huge support for Elgin parents' charity fundraiser after teen son's tragic suicide

20 September 2021

First police officer on the scene in wake of tragedy among those to sign up to challenge.


Views sought on plans for 23km overhead electricity line to connect Elchies windfarm to grid

18 September 2021
Views sought on plans for 23km overhead electricity line to connect Elchies windfarm to grid

Views sought on plans for 23km overhead electricity line to connect Elchies windfarm to grid

18 September 2021

Proposal to construct new wood pole overhead line between Elchies and Blackhillock substations.


Best year yet for Outfit Moray's 100km Cairngorm to Coast charity challenge

18 September 2021
Best year yet for Outfit Moray's 100km Cairngorm to Coast charity challenge

Best year yet for Outfit Moray's 100km Cairngorm to Coast charity challenge

18 September 2021

More than £10,400 raised for Lossiemouth-based outdoor learning and adventure charity.


Bike Glenlivet on track for near-£13,000 boost to build new trail

17 September 2021
Bike Glenlivet on track for near-£13,000 boost to build new trail

Bike Glenlivet on track for near-£13,000 boost to build new trail

17 September 2021

Centre one of nine projects to share Cycling Facilities Fund cash.


Elgin and Forres Rotary clubs forced to cancel this year's Bonfire Night events

17 September 2021
Elgin and Forres Rotary clubs forced to cancel this year's Bonfire Night events

Elgin and Forres Rotary clubs forced to cancel this year's Bonfire Night events

17 September 2021

'Expensive and complex' vaccine passport legislation means 'there simply isn’t a way for us to go ahead'.


CLAN takes on children and family services practitioner for Moray

17 September 2021
CLAN takes on children and family services practitioner for Moray

CLAN takes on children and family services practitioner for Moray

17 September 2021

Dedicated support for youngsters affected by a cancer diagnosis.


Moray council homes in line for upgrade of smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms

17 September 2021
Moray council homes in line for upgrade of smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms

Moray council homes in line for upgrade of smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms

17 September 2021

Moray Council appoints Belac to carry out work.


Poignant day at Lossie High as Bob bows out after 43 years devoted to school

17 September 2021
Poignant day at Lossie High as Bob bows out after 43 years devoted to school

Poignant day at Lossie High as Bob bows out after 43 years devoted to school

17 September 2021

'One of a kind' depute head Bob Drysdale leaves 'tremendous legacy'.


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