Moray & Banffshire Heroes is an award scheme recognising the people across Moray and Banffshire who make a real difference to our communities, healthcare, education, safety and wellbeing.
Former Scottish Chef of the Year Lorna McNee has joined three AA Rosette restaurant Cail Bruich on Great Western Road.
Forres Area Community Trust are offering older people returning home from hospital 'back home boxes'.
Bert Logie was invited to the televised National Memorial Arboretum event on the 75th anniversary of Victory over Japan Day.
Easing of lockdown restrictions, good weather and uncertainty around holidaying abroad has brought unprecedented numbers of visitors.
Two pipers from Forres and District Pipe Band marked the 80th anniversary of the Battle of St Valery.
This is the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK and regarded as the MBE for voluntary organisations.
Homeschooling has changed the way our schools operate, and we want to hear who your education heroes are in Moray and Banffshire
If you know somebody who has delivered for their community during the pandemic, nominate them for a Moray and Banffshire Heroes award
Those working in healthcare always deserve our praise, but at these unprecedented times there are so many in the sector who warrant special attention.
Nominations for delayed Moray and Banffshire Heroes 2020 reopen – let us know who deserves an award for all their efforts
Every nominee, shortlisted candidate and winner of the upcoming Moray & Banffshire Heroes is a hero in their own right.