KEEPING their sparkle has helped light the way for staff at Cullen Primary during the often dark days of the pandemic.
COMMUNITY groups could win a share of a £20,000 funding pot.
TSIMORAY’s annual community networking conference, Join the Dots, is back this year online with Covid top of the agenda.
FANCY giving taking home Champagne and Brandy?
THERE was a slight rise in the quantity of fish landings at Buckie Harbour this week.
TWO Buckie car dealerships are set to be commended in the Scottish Parliament for supporting people to get to their Covid jab appointments.
AN SNP membership surge numbering thousands in just 24 hours has been hailed by a local MSP.
A MAJOR anti-poverty charity have expressed their disappointment that the extension to benefits increases has only been temporary.
THE SNP have hit back at Tory claims that no Scottish Government ministers had joined meetings of the recently-established Seafood Taskforce.
GRASSROOTS groups across Moray are being encouraged to apply for funding through a National Lottery initiative.
A NEW home heating support fund launched to help people struggling with their energy bills as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
MOST students at Buckie Community High School may not be back at their desks yet, but that is no excuse to miss out on World Book Day (WBD).
MORE than £30 million is to be invested to support green energy transition in the north-east of Scotland.
TRIBUTE has been paid to the Portgordon volunteers who supported community efforts to look after the vulnerable during the phase 1 lockdown.
A NEW Scottish Government-backed fund has been launched to help newly self-employed people suffering hardship due to the lockdown.
THE number of people in Moray claiming Universal Credit (UC) rose by more than 100 as 2021 dawned.
A BUCKIE businessman has offered over 50 vehicles to help take people to vaccination appointments in Elgin.
CASH grants of up to £5000 are up for grabs for projects using locally sourced food and drink.
MORAY residents are facing round trips of up to 100 miles due to changes to the locations for blood tests in the NHS Grampian area.
THE number of Moray jobs relying on the furlough scheme has leapt by 50 per cent, latest figures have revealed.