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Very quiet week on the fish landings front at Buckie Harbour

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.


WATCH: Elgin Poundland building close to reopening as scaffolding comes down

WATCH: Elgin Poundland building close to reopening as scaffolding comes down

WATCH: Elgin Poundland building close to reopening as scaffolding comes down

10 April 2024

WORKERS were spotted removing scaffolding from the building last week.


PICTURES: More than 160 Moray pupils praised for construction talents at Big Build Showcase

PICTURES: More than 160 Moray pupils praised for construction talents at Big Build Showcase

PICTURES: More than 160 Moray pupils praised for construction talents at Big Build Showcase

07 April 2024

PUPILS have been praised for their amazing work in building replicas of Moray monuments.


Buckie Harbour fish landings round-up

Buckie Harbour fish landings round-up

Buckie Harbour fish landings round-up

07 April 2024

JUST under 200 boxes of fish were landed at Buckie Harbour last week.


Charity calls for stories to contribute towards lasting legacy of Scotland’s agricultural and rural community

Charity calls for stories to contribute towards lasting legacy of Scotland’s agricultural and rural community

Charity calls for stories to contribute towards lasting legacy of Scotland’s agricultural and rural community

07 April 2024

The Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland is calling for people to share their agricultural and rural stories for its 240th anniversary.


Consultation seeks local views on cattle identification electronic ID technology

Consultation seeks local views on cattle identification electronic ID technology

Consultation seeks local views on cattle identification electronic ID technology

06 April 2024

Proposals to modernise how Scotland’s cattle are tagged, identified and traced is the focus of a new consultation which launched this week


Environment: Contingency planning announced to combat the threat from the Asian hornet.

Environment: Contingency planning announced to combat the threat from the Asian hornet.

Environment: Contingency planning announced to combat the threat from the Asian hornet.

06 April 2024

Members of the public are being urged to notify experts if they think they see a non-native hornet species.


Holyrood Committee seeks Morayshire views on the Land Reform Bill

Holyrood Committee seeks Morayshire views on the Land Reform Bill

Holyrood Committee seeks Morayshire views on the Land Reform Bill

05 April 2024

The Bill sets out reforms which aim to change the pattern of land ownership in rural and island communities.


Whisky fest can help retain talent in Moray

Whisky fest can help retain talent in Moray

Whisky fest can help retain talent in Moray

04 April 2024

The leading figures of Moray’s most popular whisky festival said the event can be a great platform to help retain local talent.


Life-saving organisation given £12,500 funding boost by Gordon and MacPhail

Life-saving organisation given £12,500 funding boost by Gordon and MacPhail

Life-saving organisation given £12,500 funding boost by Gordon and MacPhail

04 April 2024

Life-saving organisation given £12,500 funding boost by Gordon and MacPhail


Moray’s budding businesswomen boosted by six-week programme

Moray’s budding businesswomen boosted by six-week programme

Moray’s budding businesswomen boosted by six-week programme

02 April 2024

The programme is funded by the Scottish Government through their Pathways Fund.


Marine Fund Scotland opens for 2024-25 applications

Marine Fund Scotland opens for 2024-25 applications

Marine Fund Scotland opens for 2024-25 applications

01 April 2024

APPLICATIONS are now open for Marine Fund Scotland 2024-25.


Elgin PDSA shop appealing for donations and volunteers

Elgin PDSA shop appealing for donations and volunteers

Elgin PDSA shop appealing for donations and volunteers

31 March 2024

THE shop is desperate for good quality donations including paperback books, men’s and ladies clothes, shoes and accessories.


Keith Young Farmer claims the Calladrum Cup at the Overwintering competition at Thainstone

Keith Young Farmer claims the Calladrum Cup at the Overwintering competition at Thainstone

Keith Young Farmer claims the Calladrum Cup at the Overwintering competition at Thainstone

30 March 2024

Amara Nairn from Keith Young Farmers was announced as the winner of the Calladrum Cup for highest competition points.


A sneak peek into Glenlivet’s brand new stillhouse

A sneak peek into Glenlivet’s brand new stillhouse

A sneak peek into Glenlivet’s brand new stillhouse

29 March 2024

One of Speyside’s oldest distilleries is set to open its doors to its latest development next week.


Changes unveiled for north-east and Moray farming support payments

Changes unveiled for north-east and Moray farming support payments

Changes unveiled for north-east and Moray farming support payments

26 March 2024

Details about the actions farmers in the north-east and Moray will have to take to receive agricultural support payments from 2025 have been unveiled.


Surge in visitors at pair of Moray distilleries

Surge in visitors at pair of Moray distilleries

Surge in visitors at pair of Moray distilleries

25 March 2024

Cardhu Distillery and Cragganmore Distillery have had more than 40,000 visitors in 2023.


Elgin distiller claims big win at global whisky awards

Elgin distiller claims big win at global whisky awards

Elgin distiller claims big win at global whisky awards

25 March 2024

THE distillery’s head of whisky creation has claimed one of the biggest prizes in the industry.


Sponsorship packages available for Grant Park 100 festival

Sponsorship packages available for Grant Park 100 festival

Sponsorship packages available for Grant Park 100 festival

25 March 2024

Forres Events Limited is looking for stallholders and offering sponsorship opportunities.


Moray farm income reaches a record high

Moray farm income reaches a record high

Moray farm income reaches a record high

23 March 2024

For the first time since 2012-13, when these records began, agricultural activity alone is profitable for the average farm.


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