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Lappin double gives Buckie Ladies best of starts in League Cup defence

Lappin double gives Buckie Ladies best of starts in League Cup defence

Lappin double gives Buckie Ladies best of starts in League Cup defence

15 April 2024

BUCKIE Ladies got their defence of the League Cup off to the best of starts with a hard-fought win over Sutherland.


EXCLUSIVE: Campaigners attack health bosses over “unbelievable dirty plot” to close Moray surgeries

EXCLUSIVE: Campaigners attack health bosses over “unbelievable dirty plot” to close Moray surgeries

EXCLUSIVE: Campaigners attack health bosses over “unbelievable dirty plot” to close Moray surgeries

15 April 2024

CAMPAIGNERS have slammed health bosses, for being “in it from the start” in closing two Moray surgeries, as new internal emails surface.


Buckie Thistle boss apologises for “silly comment” made after Deveronvale draw

Buckie Thistle boss apologises for “silly comment” made after Deveronvale draw

Buckie Thistle boss apologises for “silly comment” made after Deveronvale draw

15 April 2024

THE Jags boss admitted letting his frustration get the better of him after the 0-0 draw in March.


PICTURES: Strong second-half seals Buckie derby success over Vale

PICTURES: Strong second-half seals Buckie derby success over Vale

PICTURES: Strong second-half seals Buckie derby success over Vale

15 April 2024

VALE took the lead at Victoria Park but Buckie turned it around to record a convincing win.


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.


Moray charity the beneficiaries of community council’s fundraising efforts

Moray charity the beneficiaries of community council’s fundraising efforts

Moray charity the beneficiaries of community council’s fundraising efforts

14 April 2024

THE money will be used to maintain the area’s life saving defibrillators.


Coastguard confirm one person rescued off Moray coast after ship caught fire

Coastguard confirm one person rescued off Moray coast after ship caught fire

Coastguard confirm one person rescued off Moray coast after ship caught fire

13 April 2024

THE coastguard confirmed that a person was rescued earlier this week after their boat caught fire.


FROM Highland dancing to BMX stunts, the Gordon Castle Highland Games and Country Fair is set to return to Fochabers next month.

FROM Highland dancing to BMX stunts, the Gordon Castle Highland Games and Country Fair is set to return to Fochabers next month.

FROM Highland dancing to BMX stunts, the Gordon Castle Highland Games and Country Fair is set to return to Fochabers next month.

12 April 2024

FROM Highland dancing to BMX stunts, the Gordon Castle Highland Games and Country Fair is set to return to Fochabers next month.


Concern as Elgin vets transfer out of hours service to Inverness-based practice

Concern as Elgin vets transfer out of hours service to Inverness-based practice

Concern as Elgin vets transfer out of hours service to Inverness-based practice

12 April 2024

CLIENTS of the Elgin-based vets will soon need to make a one hour trip to access the service.


Keith Show memorabilia wanted ahead of event’s 150th anniversary

Keith Show memorabilia wanted ahead of event’s 150th anniversary

Keith Show memorabilia wanted ahead of event’s 150th anniversary

11 April 2024

ORGANISERS are appealing for the public’s help.


Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

11 April 2024

NEW figures lay bare the true cost of crime to the high-street in the face of an alarming rise in theft and violence.


How can road safety be improved in Lossiemouth?

How can road safety be improved in Lossiemouth?

How can road safety be improved in Lossiemouth?

11 April 2024

PROPOSALS are set to go before the public next week.


Council’s 20% rent increase will “push more people into poverty” says Moray mum

Council’s 20% rent increase will “push more people into poverty” says Moray mum

Council’s 20% rent increase will “push more people into poverty” says Moray mum

10 April 2024

THE rent increase and new policy come into force this month and means that some council tenants will be paying more than £60 extra per month.


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.


Portgordon development plans take centre stage at community consultation sessions

Portgordon development plans take centre stage at community consultation sessions

Portgordon development plans take centre stage at community consultation sessions

09 April 2024

THE future development of Portgordon and the village’s harbour took centre stage when a series of public consultations were held recently.


Moray man to make seventh trip to Ukrainian front lines despite recent “close call”

Moray man to make seventh trip to Ukrainian front lines despite recent “close call”

Moray man to make seventh trip to Ukrainian front lines despite recent “close call”

09 April 2024

THE Dufftown resident has been delivering aid directly to the front lines for more than a year.


Rothes 1 Forres Mechanics 1: Spurned chances cost Cans in derby draw

Rothes 1 Forres Mechanics 1: Spurned chances cost Cans in derby draw

Rothes 1 Forres Mechanics 1: Spurned chances cost Cans in derby draw

09 April 2024

A SERIES of missed opportunities and a lapse of concentration at the back cost Forres in the 1-1 draw.


Boost for OAPs as pension rises by £900 a year

Boost for OAPs as pension rises by £900 a year

Boost for OAPs as pension rises by £900 a year

09 April 2024

THERE has been some good news for OAPs with the announcement that the state pension has gone up by 8.5 per cent.


Buckie maintain title push by ending Keith’s unbeaten run

Buckie maintain title push by ending Keith’s unbeaten run

Buckie maintain title push by ending Keith’s unbeaten run

09 April 2024

Jags win first of six matches in 12 days.


81-year-old Moray man jailed for molesting children between 1974 and 1981

81-year-old Moray man jailed for molesting children between 1974 and 1981

81-year-old Moray man jailed for molesting children between 1974 and 1981

08 April 2024

THE crimes took place at locations in Mosstodloch, Elgin and Glen Shiel.


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