DETERMINATION against the odds is the stuff of ultramarathons and so it was on Saturday for the record-breaking winner of the Speyside Way Race.
SCHOOLS in the north-east and across Scotland have been handed a staffing boost with the recruitment of 1250 new teachers.
IN the first of her regular columns, the new police Community Officer for Buckie and Keith PC Rachel Barclay hears the 'ball of duty'.
THERE was no shortage of smiles to be found when Moray Reach Out (MRO) once again welcomed their trainees back.
A TOOLKIT to help schools across Scotland run youth-led campaigns to tackle online bullying has been launched by the NSPCC and respectme.
A NEW app has been launched which aims to help young people prepare for life after education.
HOPING that finding a new home won't be a saga is Pet of the Week Tolkien.
A BUCKIE councillor is urging schools and the wider community to play their part in Road Safety Week.
VANDALS who targeted a riverside safety device in Fochabers have been slammed for potentially putting lives at risk.
PARENTS are being encouraged to apply for the new Scottish Child Payment which has been opened early to the public.
A FORMER Banffshire Advertiser reporter and aspiring writer has used her time on furlough to finally realise her ambition to see her work in print.
OPENREACH is asking Buckie residents to get behind a bid to bring ultrafast full fibre broadband to even more local homes and businesses.
KIDS at Cullen Primary have been scaring up some cash for the school thanks to an innovative and fun contest.
JOBSEEKERS across Moray will have the chance to find themselves a new career when the latest virtual jobs fair is held.
A BUMPER line-up of quality runners are set to line up this Saturday morning when the 11th Speyside Way Race ultramarathon gets under way.
COVID did not prevent local communities honouring the fallen on Remembrance Sunday.
BUCKIE Boys' Brigade Company have made their own stunning contribution to remembering the fallen.
WEEKLY support sessions for the families of children on the autism spectrum are due to get under way in Buckie at the end of this week.
A NEW £1.5 million Scottish Government initiative has been launched to help creative practitioners impacted by Covid-19.
THERE was another small decrease in the number of boxes of fish, prawns and squid landed at Buckie Harbour this week.