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Post-Brexit 'internal market' fears for north-east farming industry

20 August 2020
Post-Brexit 'internal market' fears for north-east farming industry

Post-Brexit 'internal market' fears for north-east farming industry

20 August 2020

CONCERN is growing in the agricultural industry over plans by the UK government for a post-Brexit “internal market”.


Public views sought on removal of Moray phone boxes

19 August 2020
Public views sought on removal of Moray phone boxes

Public views sought on removal of Moray phone boxes

19 August 2020

A CONSULTATION is under way into the proposed removal of a further 13 public payphones in Moray.


Sunflower scheme to highlight hidden disabilities welcomed by Buckie councillor

19 August 2020
Sunflower scheme to highlight hidden disabilities welcomed by Buckie councillor

Sunflower scheme to highlight hidden disabilities welcomed by Buckie councillor

19 August 2020

A SCHEME to encourage recognition and additional support for people with hidden disabilities has been welcomed by a local councillor.


Science role for Halcro Johnston after Tory reshuffle

19 August 2020
Science role for Halcro Johnston after Tory reshuffle

Science role for Halcro Johnston after Tory reshuffle

19 August 2020

HIGHLANDS and Islands MSP Jamie Halcro Johnston has been appointed the Scottish Conservatives’ new spokesman on science.


Positive Covid test forces Buckie flower shop into temporary shutdown

18 August 2020
Positive Covid test forces Buckie flower shop into temporary shutdown

Positive Covid test forces Buckie flower shop into temporary shutdown

18 August 2020

A BUCKIE flower shop has closed temporarily after a staff member tested positive for coronavirus


Buckie Cricket Club tribute to train crash victim

18 August 2020
Buckie Cricket Club tribute to train crash victim

Buckie Cricket Club tribute to train crash victim

18 August 2020

BUCKIE Cricket Club have paid a heartfelt tribute to former player Chris Stuchbury, one of the victims of the Stonehaven rail crash.


Stevenson urges young jobseekers to apply for new Job Start Payment

17 August 2020
Stevenson urges young jobseekers to apply for new Job Start Payment

Stevenson urges young jobseekers to apply for new Job Start Payment

17 August 2020

A NEW benefit to help young people who have been unemployed for six months has been welcomed.


Jags bring cash cheer for Buckie care homes

17 August 2020
Jags bring cash cheer for Buckie care homes

Jags bring cash cheer for Buckie care homes

17 August 2020

RESIDENTS at three Buckie care homes will have even more reason to cheer on Buckie Thistle this season.


Hoping for a bumper harvest of common sense as Aberdeen revellers hurt the coronavirus cause

16 August 2020
Hoping for a bumper harvest of common sense as Aberdeen revellers hurt the coronavirus cause

Hoping for a bumper harvest of common sense as Aberdeen revellers hurt the coronavirus cause

16 August 2020

THE cycle of nature – and human stupidity –continued heedless of Covid-19.


Clock ticking for Postcode Lottery funding

16 August 2020
Clock ticking for Postcode Lottery funding

Clock ticking for Postcode Lottery funding

16 August 2020

TIME is running out for local charities and good causes impacted by Covid-19 to apply for up to £20,000 in funding.


Parents urged to apply for childcare costs boost

15 August 2020
Parents urged to apply for childcare costs boost

Parents urged to apply for childcare costs boost

15 August 2020

TAX-free childcare boost for north families.


Pet of the Week hopes to Max the love!

15 August 2020
Pet of the Week hopes to Max the love!

Pet of the Week hopes to Max the love!

15 August 2020

HOPING to find a new home is our latest Pet of the Week, the adorable young Max.


Priority Covid testing for teachers hailed

14 August 2020
Priority Covid testing for teachers hailed

Priority Covid testing for teachers hailed

14 August 2020

COVID testing for teachers announcement welcomed by MSP Stevenson.


Council launch recruitment drive for Covid support teachers

14 August 2020
Council launch recruitment drive for Covid support teachers

Council launch recruitment drive for Covid support teachers

14 August 2020

RECRUITMENT for 20 new Covid support teachers for Moray’s schools has begun.


Tories welcome toilets pledge

14 August 2020
Tories welcome toilets pledge

Tories welcome toilets pledge

14 August 2020

TWO Moray Conservative councillors have welcomed the council's U-turn on reopening some public toilets.


Local welcome for exam results decision

13 August 2020
Local welcome for exam results decision

Local welcome for exam results decision

13 August 2020

Moray's education committee chairwoman has welcomed the decision to raise thousands of exam grades across Scotland


Stevenson backs charity campaign on free TV licences

13 August 2020
Stevenson backs charity campaign on free TV licences

Stevenson backs charity campaign on free TV licences

13 August 2020

AGE Scotland's campaign to restore free TV licences for the over-75s has been backed by a local MSP.


Ross hails government support for Moray businesses

12 August 2020
Ross hails government support for Moray businesses

Ross hails government support for Moray businesses

12 August 2020

Government support for Moray firms during the lockdown has been welcomed by the region's MP.


Aberdeen Covid concerns claim Buckie classic car show as organisers pull the plug

12 August 2020
Aberdeen Covid concerns claim Buckie classic car show as organisers pull the plug

Aberdeen Covid concerns claim Buckie classic car show as organisers pull the plug

12 August 2020

CONCERNS over the Covid spike in Aberdeen has seen Buckie Classic Car Show cancelled.


BCHS back but not business as usual

11 August 2020
BCHS back but not business as usual

BCHS back but not business as usual

11 August 2020

A VERY different way of life will greet BCHS students on their return, the school's rector has warned.


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