KIDS started work on an outdoor shelter in Huntly last weekend that has been months in the making.
MANY of Huntly's top community groups and charities are joining forces for a free event in March – set to entertain families while helping them.
AN Insch micro-baker won 20 awards at the Scottish Real Bread Championships at the weekend.
HUNTLY'S Bikery has stopped hundreds of bikes from ending up in landfill.
THOUSANDS of pounds are up for grabs in a Huntly charity raffle, with time running out before winners are drawn.
TRANSPORT secretary Fiona Hyslop MSP failed to address claims made in an exclusive Northern Scot A96 investigation, when questioned at Holyrood today.
HUMZA Yousaf has denied that the Scottish Government scrapped the 2030 target for dualling the A96 more than three years ago.
A COMMUNITY event in Huntly next weekend will entertain the whole family – as a team of local children bring to life a shelter they have designed.
THE lack of progress towards a "desperately needed" and "top priority" new Keith Health Centre has been criticised.
LEADERS for two huge Huntly projects have been appointed.
THE family of Moray bus driver Keith Rollinson said their "world has been shattered" by the husband and father's death.
A 15-year-old has appeared at Elgin Sheriff Court charged with the murder of bus driver Keith Rollinson.
FOLLOWING the "appalling" death of Keith Rollinson after an alleged bus station attack, a union has demanded better protection for bus drivers.
ELGIN Bus Station is still cordoned off following a "police incident", as bus services have been disrupted, it has been confirmed.
MORAY councillors have raised concerns that "cast iron" pledge Elgin and Keith bypasses could be felled by "more backtracking".
A LIFELONG dedication to local sport and the community has been recognised, following the death of James (Jimmy) Green at 94.
A MORAY apprenticeship event will offer the chance to "kickstart" a future within one of Moray's top employers.
POLICE arrested more than ten people in an operation to tackle organised crime on the Aberdeenshire coast, it was confirmed today (January 27).
A NEW project is helping Huntly cut waste and provide essential items.
YOUNG people in Huntly have been offered the chance to learn about the arts sector through a new traineeship.