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Fundraiser aims for wild swim first during week on Rockall

Fundraiser aims for wild swim first during week on Rockall

THERE was a return to native shores for a Buckie man as he prepares for a fundraising expedition to Rockall.


MBE for Buckie man who's raised millions for cancer charity

MBE for Buckie man who's raised millions for cancer charity

A BUCKIE man who has helped raise over £2 million for a cancer charity has been awarded an MBE in the Queen's new year honours list.


Buckie High community larder team lauded by parliament

Buckie High community larder team lauded by parliament

A GROUP of senior BCHS students who have banded together to help vulnerable people in the local area are to be honoured by the Scottish Parliament.


Communities at the heart of new Inspector's policing vision

Communities at the heart of new Inspector's policing vision

STARTING a new job hard enough, doing so in the midst of a pandemic adds an extra dimension of challenge.


Red Lion Tavern hand Fochabers firefighters Christmas appeal boost

Red Lion Tavern hand Fochabers firefighters Christmas appeal boost

A FOCHABERS pub has been lending the local community a big helping hand for the second time in as many weeks.


Milne's Primary marks milestone anniversary

Milne's Primary marks milestone anniversary

THERE have been historic times of late at Milne's Primary as the school celebrates a milestone anniversary.


Mosstodloch woman faces down chemo like a hero to boost charities

Mosstodloch woman faces down chemo like a hero to boost charities

Charity worker plans different costume for each treatment session at Dr Gray's after breast cancer diagnosis.


Project aims to help Buckie live long and prosper

Project aims to help Buckie live long and prosper

BUCKIE has been selected to take part in a pioneering nationwide pilot scheme focussing on healthy ageing.


WATCH: Climate Justice vigil in Elgin

WATCH: Climate Justice vigil in Elgin

CLIMATE justice campaigners come together in Elgin.


Buccaneer reopens as Budgens supermarket and Esso filling station after refurbishment

Buccaneer reopens as Budgens supermarket and Esso filling station after refurbishment

NEW look for Elgin family business.


Moray voices join world's climate-change conversation at COP26

Moray voices join world's climate-change conversation at COP26

Council's climate change team, politicians, NGO figures, the Findhorn Foundation and local activists at summit.


Wind farm base boost for Buckie hailed

Wind farm base boost for Buckie hailed

BUCKIE has been handed a massive jobs boost after the harbour was unveiled as the operations and maintenance (O&M) base for an offshore wind farm.


Brighter future beckons for Moray Reach Out as Covid restrictions ease

Brighter future beckons for Moray Reach Out as Covid restrictions ease

DESPITE a year and a half of Covid-induced uncertainty, Moray Reach Out (MRO) are looking forwards with optimism as restrictions are eased.


Moray College graduates praised for "unprecedented levels of commitment"

Moray College graduates praised for "unprecedented levels of commitment"

GRADUATES are the first to start and finish a course during the coronavirus pandemic.


Buckie steps up to the plate for Afghan refugees

Buckie steps up to the plate for Afghan refugees

AFGHAN refugees resettling in Moray will get a warm welcome thanks to an inspirational community effort.


Elgin BID Awards winners "so deserving" says manager Gemma Cruickshank

Elgin BID Awards winners "so deserving" says manager Gemma Cruickshank

ELGIN BID manager Gemma Cruickshank praised the 10 winners at this year's Elgin BID Awards.


Cornerstone bring Buckie jobs boost joy

Cornerstone bring Buckie jobs boost joy

A NEW social care development is set to create 25 jobs in Buckie.


Taking stock is not always comfortable but essential

Taking stock is not always comfortable but essential

HOPE for the Future: Rev Jenny Adams


Buckie fish landings take a dive as Covid hits hard

Buckie fish landings take a dive as Covid hits hard

THE value of fish landings at Buckie Harbour plummeted by more than a third last year, newly published figures have shown.


Old school chum helps Portknockie soldier's memory live on

Old school chum helps Portknockie soldier's memory live on

A BUCKIE man has helped the family of an old school chum killed in action during the Cyprus Emergency receive a military honour.


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