JOBSEEKERS are being offered the chance to brush up on their CV skills thanks to courses being run by the Department of Work and Pensions
FROM stunning landscapes to local scenes, there was plenty to enjoy when Portgordon Art Group unveiled their 2019 exhibition of work.
TO mark the first year of community ownership for Buckie's Fishermen's Hall a special anniversary weekend is set to be held.
BUCKIE'S volunteer RNLI I lifeboat crew see many an unexpected sight, but a recent search for a kayaker turned up a blast from the past.
THE sun shone on the 24th Speyfest over the weekend as the crowd flocked to Fochabers but the financial future may not be quite so bright.
TO challenge the best in the sport requires strength both of body and character and a Buckie woman has shown just in a storming competitive debut.
RECRUITMENT and training events are set to come to Moray over the next two weeks.
A LOCAL family have issued a heartfelt plea for £1200 raised by the community for their son to be released by the charity they say is holding it.
INSTEAD of a field of dreams Merson Park became a vale of tears for Buckie Ladies FC when their League Cup final dreams were dashed by Clach.
RIVERSIDE safety at the Spey has just been boosted by the unveiling of a new lifering.
STAR Scottish singer Eddi Reader is set to top the bill in what promises to be the best Speyfest yet.
THE finishing touches are being applied to a whole variety of works as Portgordon Art Group's annual exhibition draws near.
A MAN has been arrested in connection to a string of alleged offences in the Buckie area.
THE annual family fun extravaganza that is Peter Fair is set to open for business next week.
THERE is still time for jobseekers to sign up to two events this week which could open doorways into very different careers.
THIS year's Speyside Way Race ultra marathon is set to mark not one but two milestones when it gets under way on Saturday, August 24.
A BUCKIE community group have revealed they are stepping up to tackle areas affected by Moray Council's reduction in grass cutting services.
BUCKIE Ladies enjoyed the perfect preparation for their first ever cup semi-final when they put Kirkwall to the sword in Inverness.
CLASSIC cars, fund-raising and gastro delights made a winning recipe when cancer charity Clan held their sixth annual Support Cavalcade.
THE resurrection of shipbuilding locally took centre stage for Moray MP Douglas Ross when he visited Macduff Shipyard's facility at Buckie Harbour.