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Go-ahead granted for Baxters expansion

Go-ahead granted for Baxters expansion

AN APPLICATION to build a new food unit at Baxters of Fochabers, to help accommodate the production of the company’s future Fray Bentos range, has been…


Lossie looking for strong finish

Lossie looking for strong finish

WITH just one defeat in their last seven games, Lossiemouth are mounting a strong finish to the campaign. Assistant boss Stuart Cameron believes a…


Marathon fiddle at Elgin store

Marathon fiddle at Elgin store

THE Strathspey Fiddlers will embark on a musical marathon in a rather unusual place. Members of the group made up of 14 to 26 year olds will take it in…


Holly is an inspiration

Holly is an inspiration

INSPIRATIONAL Holly McKenzie has helped save her brother’s life more times than she cares to remember. At age eight she had to dial 999 for emergency…


Wilson plays pivotal role

Wilson plays pivotal role

WITH almost 500 senior appearances under his belt in a 20-year career, Barry Wilson’s competitive debut as a centre half at the age of 40 has helped edge…


Fuel storage advice issued amid petrol panic

Fuel storage advice issued amid petrol panic

THE dangers of storing fuel at home has been highlighted by Grampian Fire and Rescue Service as fuel panic continues to hit the UK.


'Doolittle' raises £1.7K for animals in need

'Doolittle' raises £1.7K for animals in need

A CHARITY event featuring Andy Layton James has raised more than £1,700 to help sick animals in Moray.


Elgin Eagles ladies debut

Elgin Eagles ladies debut

ELGIN Eagles Ladies have swooped on to court for the first time. Formed last August, the team made a little bit of history with their first competitive…


Sand quarry danger alert

Sand quarry danger alert

YOUNGSTERS are risking being buried alive under tonnes of unstable sand, a quarry boss has warned. The children are using an Elgin sand quarry as a…


Mighty Hunter on the move

Mighty Hunter on the move

A NIMROD which will form the centrepiece of an aviation interactice heritage centre for Moray has moved to a new temporary location. Spey Bay Salvage…


Jack looking up not down

Jack looking up not down

LOOKING up, not down, Ross Jack has his sights set on Stranraer in more ways than one. The Elgin City boss admits his focus is more on the five-point…


Elgin man faces theft charges

Elgin man faces theft charges

A 32-YEAR-OLD man has appeared in private at Elgin Sheriff Court in connection with an alleged theft.


Moray Council hopefuls named

Moray Council hopefuls named

NOMINATIONS for the local elections on May 3 have closed. And in Moray 47 hopefuls are aiming to clinch one of the 26 seats covering the eight multi-member…


Campaign in good voice and heart

Campaign in good voice and heart

THE Moray Friends of ARCHIE campaign is in good voice and good heart after another two huge donations.


Sport Relief mile fun

Sport Relief mile fun

SPORT Relief hit Elgin last weekend when around 150 runners took part in the first Sport Relief Mile at the Eight Acres Hotel and Leisure Spa.


'Substantial' poaching net discovered at Burghead

'Substantial' poaching net discovered at Burghead

A FISHING net used for poaching salmon and measuring nearly 200 metres has been found near Burghead.


Stagecoach confirms 4% fare rise

Stagecoach confirms 4% fare rise

BUS users in Moray are facing a fare hike, Stagecoach has confirmed.


Woodlands destroyed by fire

Woodlands destroyed by fire

TWO woodland areas in Forres have been destroyed by fire. Grampian Police has appealed for information after fires were started at the Sanquhar and…


Keith slip to sixth

Keith slip to sixth

KEITH have slipped one place to sixth in the Highland League table after going down 3-1 at home to Nairn County.


Warm weather stops Forres tree felling

Warm weather stops Forres tree felling

The warm weather has disrupted tree thinning operations in Forres. Work was to be completed at Clunyhill by the end of this month.


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