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Harpists choose Forres venue for charity date

Harpists choose Forres venue for charity date

Harpists choose Forres venue for charity date

A GROUP of musicians who have played for royalty and world leaders will bring a Moray landmark to life when they play in a charity concert.


Turning Speyside into a Gin Palace

Turning Speyside into a Gin Palace

Turning Speyside into a Gin Palace

A GIN festival is being launched this summer in the heart of Scotland’s most famous whisky region.


Free therapeutic gardening and exercise sessions

Free therapeutic gardening and exercise sessions

Free therapeutic gardening and exercise sessions

PEOPLE affected by cancer in Moray are being invited to free exercise and therapeutic gardening sessions.


Goodbye Mr Mustard - music students play popular teacher out

Goodbye Mr Mustard - music students play popular teacher out

Goodbye Mr Mustard - music students play popular teacher out

A music teacher who quit his job on a point of principal has been given a fond send-off.


Eddi Reader revealed as Speyfest headline act

Eddi Reader revealed as Speyfest headline act

Eddi Reader revealed as Speyfest headline act

SPEYFEST has confirmed Eddi Reader will be its headline act this summer.


Royal boost for Moray attraction

Royal boost for Moray attraction

Royal boost for Moray attraction

ROYAL support has been given to a Moray attraction that commemorates the region’s history of military aviation.


Watching Elgin in times gone by

Watching Elgin in times gone by

Watching Elgin in times gone by

A UNIQUE collection of 16mm films of Elgin in the 1960s and 70s are going on show at the end of this month.


Burghead swim organisers hail its success

Burghead swim organisers hail its success

Burghead swim organisers hail its success

Those who had a freezing dook on Boxing Day have now seen their fundraising efforts donated to charity.


Bin these 'disgusting' charges for volunteers

Bin these 'disgusting' charges for volunteers

Bin these 'disgusting' charges for volunteers

VOLUNTEERS who take care of the Ladyhill gardens have said they will have to stop if Moray Council charge them £144 for the use of brown bins.


Cardhu Distillery in £150m refurbishment plans

Cardhu Distillery in £150m refurbishment plans

Cardhu Distillery in £150m refurbishment plans

A SPEYSIDE distillery has opened its doors to local residents and stakeholders to give them the first look at investment plans.


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