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Four in a row award triumph tastes sweet for ice cream parlour

Four in a row award triumph tastes sweet for ice cream parlour

Four in a row award triumph tastes sweet for ice cream parlour

THE taste of victory is sweet for a local ice cream parlour after scooping a national award for the fourth time.


Support for tourism businesses with free online meeting

Support for tourism businesses with free online meeting

Support for tourism businesses with free online meeting

SUPPORT for tourism businesses.


Landings down during quiet week at Buckie Harbour

Landings down during quiet week at Buckie Harbour

Landings down during quiet week at Buckie Harbour

A VERY quiet week on the landings front was on the cards last week at Buckie Harbour.


Online event aims to kickstart retail careers for young people

Online event aims to kickstart retail careers for young people

Online event aims to kickstart retail careers for young people

YOUNG people with an interest in a career in retail are being invited along to an information event at the end of the week.


TV appearance provides "big boost" to Johnstons of Elgin

TV appearance provides "big boost" to Johnstons of Elgin

TV appearance provides "big boost" to Johnstons of Elgin

The woollen mill, which employs 650 people locally, featured on ITV4's Made in Britain on Thursday night.


SPONSORED CONTENT: Will an English Will and Power of Attorney be valid in Scotland?

SPONSORED CONTENT: Will an English Will and Power of Attorney be valid in Scotland?

SPONSORED CONTENT: Will an English Will and Power of Attorney be valid in Scotland?

Julie Doncaster looks at legal differences between the two countries when a person dies or as they make a Will or consider issues with incapacity.


New support to funding the ambitions of young north-east fishers

New support to funding the ambitions of young north-east fishers

New support to funding the ambitions of young north-east fishers

New entrants to fishing will be able to apply for funding towards the purchase of a second hand fishing vessel.


New website seeks to showcase Scottish tourism gems

New website seeks to showcase Scottish tourism gems

New website seeks to showcase Scottish tourism gems

A MORAY web developer has turned his talents to showcasing what Scotland has to offer visitors.


Deadline looming for settled status applicants in the north-east

Deadline looming for settled status applicants in the north-east

Deadline looming for settled status applicants in the north-east

All applications must be submitted by June 30 for the scheme.


Council slammed for 'dragging heels' over Findochty pontoon project

Council slammed for 'dragging heels' over Findochty pontoon project

Council slammed for 'dragging heels' over Findochty pontoon project

FINDOCHTY boatowners have slammed Moray Council for "dragging their heels" with the pontoon replacement programme.


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