WITH unemployment among young people rising quickly, employers are being urged to take part in a scheme designed to create work placements.
BUCKIE area TSB customers breathed a sigh of relief yesterday when it became clear the branch had escaped a large-scale Scotland-wide cull.
TWO stranded holidaymakers had to be plucked from Lossiemouth's east beach by Buckie RNLI lifeboat.
THE launch of a new trade hub designed to aid Scottish export businesses thrive internationally has been welcomed by Moray's MP.
THE coronavirus restrictions couldn't put a damper on BCHS's European Day of Languages celebrations.
MORAY MP Douglas Ross has praised the work of local police after figures showed crime rates have dropped 35 per cent in the last decade.
OPENREACH has launched a nationwide Community Connectors award programme to recognise people who’ve supported their neighbours during lockdown.
MORE than £1 billion in extra funding has been allocated to support Scotland's health and social care sector.
MORAY MP Douglas Ross has condemned what he claims are delays in accessing NHS dental services in Moray.
A TEAM of staff from the Buckie Lidl store have walked a collective 400km to raise money for a children's charity.
EVEN the global Covid-19 pandemic cannot keep love at bay as a resident at a Buckie care home found.
AFTER six long months, Buckie Ladies FC are set to return to training this Tuesday evening.
BUCKIE Boys' Brigade are set to hold their annual enrolment session next week.
THERE has been an average three-figure bonus for north-east savers who have invested in an HMRC-run scheme.
FIVE Buckie Boys’ Brigade officers have racked up an incredible combined length of service of over 250 years.
THE deadline is looming for charities and good causes across the north of Scotland to apply to the Gordon and Ena Baxter Foundation.
LOOKING for her forever home this week is young Nell.
JUST over 300 boxes of fish, prawns and squid were landed at Buckie Harbour during this week.
THE numbers of people claiming Universal Credit (UC) in Moray has risen slightly over the month of August.
THERE has been a significant increase in the number of people across Scotland who are cycling, according to new figures just released.