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Great spotted woodpecker, robin and stonechat snapped in Moray

Great spotted woodpecker, robin and stonechat snapped in Moray

Great spotted woodpecker, robin and stonechat snapped in Moray

30 October 2021

READER Hazel Thomson managed to capture photos of the birds.


BBC film features trio of young people raised at Findhorn Ecovillage

BBC film features trio of young people raised at Findhorn Ecovillage

BBC film features trio of young people raised at Findhorn Ecovillage

28 October 2021

'Growing Up Green' to air during COP26 climate change conference.


Johnstons of Elgin receives Queen's Award for Enterprise

Johnstons of Elgin receives Queen's Award for Enterprise

Johnstons of Elgin receives Queen's Award for Enterprise

27 October 2021

THE occasion was marked with a tree planting ceremony at the firm's Elgin mill.


Prehistoric cave lion skull among finds brought to fossil experts at Elgin Museum

Prehistoric cave lion skull among finds brought to fossil experts at Elgin Museum

Prehistoric cave lion skull among finds brought to fossil experts at Elgin Museum

27 October 2021

Busy day for palaeontologists and fossil-fish expert at drop-in event.


Local whisky distilleries recognised for efforts to protect River Spey

Local whisky distilleries recognised for efforts to protect River Spey

Local whisky distilleries recognised for efforts to protect River Spey

25 October 2021

World-first certification for Diageo Spey Catchment Group's water stewardship efforts.


Moray climate strikers tape mouths shut in plea for women's voices to be heard at COP26

Moray climate strikers tape mouths shut in plea for women's voices to be heard at COP26

Moray climate strikers tape mouths shut in plea for women's voices to be heard at COP26

25 October 2021

Vigil stresses importance of giving a voice to all those most affected by climate crisis.


Historic deal marks 'coming of age for Green politics', says Chapman

Historic deal marks 'coming of age for Green politics', says Chapman

Historic deal marks 'coming of age for Green politics', says Chapman

24 October 2021

THE co-operation agreement between the Greens and the SNP could be the catalyst for transformative action, says North East Green MSP Maggie Chapman.


Cairngorms digital trails guide launched for Wee Walks Week

Cairngorms digital trails guide launched for Wee Walks Week

Cairngorms digital trails guide launched for Wee Walks Week

23 October 2021

People urged to get out and enjoy short local walks in national park.


Scottish Government's glowing zero artwork highlights work of Findhorn Ecovillage

Scottish Government's glowing zero artwork highlights work of Findhorn Ecovillage

Scottish Government's glowing zero artwork highlights work of Findhorn Ecovillage

21 October 2021

Campaign underlines local action to tackle climate crisis ahead of COP26.


Forres based rocket manufacturers to launch world's most eco-friendly rocket

Forres based rocket manufacturers to launch world's most eco-friendly rocket

Forres based rocket manufacturers to launch world's most eco-friendly rocket

21 October 2021

THE rocket is said to leave up to a 96 per cent lower carbon footprint than fossil fuelled alternatives.


Officers from Moray will be deployed at COP 26

Officers from Moray will be deployed at COP 26

Officers from Moray will be deployed at COP 26

20 October 2021

COP 26 will see world leaders descend on Scotland.


National Trust launch Project Wipeout in north-east

National Trust launch Project Wipeout in north-east

National Trust launch Project Wipeout in north-east

17 October 2021

THE National Trust for Scotland’s effort to eradicate invasive plants is focusing on the north-east of Scotland this autumn.


Scotland's first offshore wind subsea station planned for Moray Firth

Scotland's first offshore wind subsea station planned for Moray Firth

Scotland's first offshore wind subsea station planned for Moray Firth

07 October 2021

THE project could create renewable energy for millions of homes and create countless jobs if it gets the go-ahead.


Ross blasts government response to gull menace problems

Ross blasts government response to gull menace problems

Ross blasts government response to gull menace problems

01 October 2021

MORAY MP Douglas Ross has expressed "disappointment" that the Scottish Government have no plans to support efforts to combat the gull menace.


New £1.1m project set to create green jobs in Moray

New £1.1m project set to create green jobs in Moray

New £1.1m project set to create green jobs in Moray

28 September 2021

A new £1.1m project is set to create 14 new full time jobs after work began at Elgin Business Park recently.


WATCH: Protestors hit Forres High Street for Earth March

WATCH: Protestors hit Forres High Street for Earth March

WATCH: Protestors hit Forres High Street for Earth March

27 September 2021

THE march took place on Friday, September 24.


Chapman hails green light for net zero buildings investment

Chapman hails green light for net zero buildings investment

Chapman hails green light for net zero buildings investment

26 September 2021

VITAL plans to invest at least £1.8 billion to make buildings in Scotland net zero have been endorsed by the Scottish Parliament.


RGU leads digital project to boost household energy efficiency

RGU leads digital project to boost household energy efficiency

RGU leads digital project to boost household energy efficiency

26 September 2021

A NEW digital service to help homeowners in the UK and Europe improve the energy performance of their homes is being created.


'Tough task' ahead to combat gull menace across north-east

'Tough task' ahead to combat gull menace across north-east

'Tough task' ahead to combat gull menace across north-east

24 September 2021

THE menace posed by gulls to communities across Moray and Aberdeenshire took centre stage at a virtual meeting.


Food for thought to strive for much greener future

Food for thought to strive for much greener future

Food for thought to strive for much greener future

22 September 2021

In the first of her regular columns, SNP MSP for the Banff and Buchan Coast Karen Adam looks at some of the environmental issues facing Scotland.


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