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Meeting held fortnight after death of Elgin bus driver Keith Rollinson on ensuring public safety and tackling anti-social behaviour

Meeting held fortnight after death of Elgin bus driver Keith Rollinson on ensuring public safety and tackling anti-social behaviour

Meeting held fortnight after death of Elgin bus driver Keith Rollinson on ensuring public safety and tackling anti-social behaviour

19 February 2024

MORAY politicians, Stagecoach and Police Scotland say they are "committed" to working together to support the local community.


Moray distillery donates life saving equipment to mountain rescue team

Moray distillery donates life saving equipment to mountain rescue team

Moray distillery donates life saving equipment to mountain rescue team

19 February 2024

THE equipment could prove vital in saving even more lives.


Founder of Dunphail Distillery charged with conspiracy to murder

Founder of Dunphail Distillery charged with conspiracy to murder

Founder of Dunphail Distillery charged with conspiracy to murder

19 February 2024

Dariusz Plazewski – whose birth name is Lucasz Ratajewski – is accused of living a double life since moving to the UK in 2004.


First Minister Humza Yousaf visits Moray in election push

First Minister Humza Yousaf visits Moray in election push

First Minister Humza Yousaf visits Moray in election push

19 February 2024

Hear what the First Minister had to say about his election priorities – and how critics have responded.


Ross hails whisky industry 'resilience' as Scotch exports hit £5.6bn

Ross hails whisky industry 'resilience' as Scotch exports hit £5.6bn

Ross hails whisky industry 'resilience' as Scotch exports hit £5.6bn

19 February 2024

Moray MP Douglas Ross has hailed the “strength and resilience” of the Scotch whisky industry as the value of its exports hit £5.6 billion in 2023.


PICTURES: Humza Yousaf praises Moray solar firm during visit

PICTURES: Humza Yousaf praises Moray solar firm during visit

PICTURES: Humza Yousaf praises Moray solar firm during visit

19 February 2024

FIRST Minister Humza Yousaf praised the work of a pioneering local solar firm while visiting Forres on Saturday.


Moray Wellbeing Fair to take place at New Elgin Hall

Moray Wellbeing Fair to take place at New Elgin Hall

Moray Wellbeing Fair to take place at New Elgin Hall

19 February 2024

THERE will be different stalls offering a variety of items to purchase, treatments/tasters to try, and readings to experience.


Portgordon Maltings lodge plans to expand plant

Portgordon Maltings lodge plans to expand plant

Portgordon Maltings lodge plans to expand plant

19 February 2024

A PLANNING application has been lodged with Moray Council for permission to expand the Portgordon Maltings plant.


Red Arrows flying over Moray today and Tuesday

Red Arrows flying over Moray today and Tuesday

Red Arrows flying over Moray today and Tuesday

19 February 2024

Look to the skies in Lossiemouth.


2024 AllFord entries open at the Grampian Transport Museum

2024 AllFord entries open at the Grampian Transport Museum

2024 AllFord entries open at the Grampian Transport Museum

18 February 2024

AllFord 2024 in August will see a celebration of 60 years since the Ford Mustang was launched.


Buckie area roadworks round-up

Buckie area roadworks round-up

Buckie area roadworks round-up

18 February 2024

SCOTTISH Water works are set to close a road in Cullen for 10 working days.


Fish landings round-up Buckie Harbour

Fish landings round-up Buckie Harbour

Fish landings round-up Buckie Harbour

18 February 2024

FISH landings week on week remained much the same at Buckie Harbour.


Buckie drop-in sessions to focus on future of local schools

Buckie drop-in sessions to focus on future of local schools

Buckie drop-in sessions to focus on future of local schools

17 February 2024

THE future of schools in the Buckie area is to take centre stage at two forthcoming drop-in sessions.


Double award nomination for Keith snapper at Scottish Wedding Awards

Double award nomination for Keith snapper at Scottish Wedding Awards

Double award nomination for Keith snapper at Scottish Wedding Awards

17 February 2024

MORAG Martin has been nominated for Scottish Wedding Photographer of the Year (north section) and Outstanding Wedding Photographer of the Year.


Cut loose with Elgin Musical Theatre's production of Footloose

Cut loose with Elgin Musical Theatre's production of Footloose

Cut loose with Elgin Musical Theatre's production of Footloose

17 February 2024

AFTER the success of last year's show Sunshine on Leith, Elgin Musical Theatre are preparing to bring their new show, Footloose to the stage.


Two further cases of measles confirmed in Scotland

Two further cases of measles confirmed in Scotland

Two further cases of measles confirmed in Scotland

17 February 2024

The public is being encouraged to take up the offer of the Measles, Mumps and Rubella vaccine as cases spread throughout the UK.


Work to entrance of park in Aberlour

Work to entrance of park in Aberlour

Work to entrance of park in Aberlour

17 February 2024

Route will be shut for five days next month.


PET OF THE WEEK: Happy chappy Rodney hoping to ferret out forever home

PET OF THE WEEK: Happy chappy Rodney hoping to ferret out forever home

PET OF THE WEEK: Happy chappy Rodney hoping to ferret out forever home

17 February 2024

RODNEY is a handsome ferret ready to find his forever home.


Crafters' final plea for help to find new home as Elgin Community Centre closure looms

Crafters' final plea for help to find new home as Elgin Community Centre closure looms

Crafters' final plea for help to find new home as Elgin Community Centre closure looms

16 February 2024

Groups face prospect of having to fold.


PICTURES: Care home put best foot forward to raise cash for good causes

PICTURES: Care home put best foot forward to raise cash for good causes

PICTURES: Care home put best foot forward to raise cash for good causes

16 February 2024

Good causes across the north and north-east are set to benefit after care home residents and staff took part in a walking and wheeling challenge.


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