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Time running out to back Buckie couple's Gardeners' World trophy bid

Time running out to back Buckie couple's Gardeners' World trophy bid

Time running out to back Buckie couple's Gardeners' World trophy bid

21 October 2020

THE clock is ticking to vote and support a local couple vying for a prestigious national gardening award.


Covid to change face of Buckie Remembrance Sunday commemorations

Covid to change face of Buckie Remembrance Sunday commemorations

Covid to change face of Buckie Remembrance Sunday commemorations

20 October 2020

REMEMBRANCE Sunday will have a very different feel to it this year as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to make its presence felt.


Hardy duo take on Fishwives Walk despite event's coronavirus-enforced cancellation

Hardy duo take on Fishwives Walk despite event's coronavirus-enforced cancellation

Hardy duo take on Fishwives Walk despite event's coronavirus-enforced cancellation

17 October 2020

Michael Louw and Dave Carson took on the walk.


Inspirational youth worker Barbara bids farewell

Inspirational youth worker Barbara bids farewell

Inspirational youth worker Barbara bids farewell

16 October 2020

AFTER over a quarter of a century of inspiring and supporting young people, it was time to head for retirement for senior youth worker Barbara Leitch.


Moray Council leader Graham Leadbitter accuses Conservatives of 'power grab'

Moray Council leader Graham Leadbitter accuses Conservatives of 'power grab'

Moray Council leader Graham Leadbitter accuses Conservatives of 'power grab'

16 October 2020

SNP leader and Tory chief clash on Moray Council.


Moray Covid Commendations reach every walk of life

Moray Covid Commendations reach every walk of life

Moray Covid Commendations reach every walk of life

15 October 2020

BOTH individuals and organisations alike in Moray have been honoured for their tireless work supporting communities during the Covid-19 lockdown.


Jobs and training courses up for grabs

Jobs and training courses up for grabs

Jobs and training courses up for grabs

14 October 2020

TRAINING and job vacancy opportunities have arisen in Moray for those looking for work.


Community thanked as Milne's facemask project gets moving

Community thanked as Milne's facemask project gets moving

Community thanked as Milne's facemask project gets moving

14 October 2020

WASTE not, want not has been the order of the day at Milne's High School in the drive to help keep the school as safe as possible from Covid.


Move to cancel National 5 exams welcomed amid Covid uncertainty

Move to cancel National 5 exams welcomed amid Covid uncertainty

Move to cancel National 5 exams welcomed amid Covid uncertainty

13 October 2020

NEWS that students studying for National 5 qualifications will not sit exams next year has been welcomed by Moray's education committee chairwoman.


Buckie man honoured for lockdown community work

Buckie man honoured for lockdown community work

Buckie man honoured for lockdown community work

09 October 2020

A BUCKIE man has been commended for going above and beyond to help the local community during the Covid-19 pandemic as part of a new award scheme.


Local touch is tops for new community officer Rachel

Local touch is tops for new community officer Rachel

Local touch is tops for new community officer Rachel

09 October 2020

BRINGING the community touch back where it belongs into local policing is the aim of the game for Buckie's new Community Officer PC Rachel Barclay.


Findochty Town Hall transfer receives council go-ahead

Findochty Town Hall transfer receives council go-ahead

Findochty Town Hall transfer receives council go-ahead

07 October 2020

VOLUNTEERS have been praised for their work in taking ownership of their community's meeting place.


Buckie volunteers create fitting tribute for heroes

Buckie volunteers create fitting tribute for heroes

Buckie volunteers create fitting tribute for heroes

06 October 2020

A LOCAL volunteer group have been working hard to ensure the area around Buckie war memorial remains a fitting tribute to heroes.


Milne's Young Ambassadors prepare for new roles

Milne's Young Ambassadors prepare for new roles

Milne's Young Ambassadors prepare for new roles

05 October 2020

A GROUP of Milne's High School students have not been letting the coronavirus restrictions prevent them developing their roles within the school.


Buckie SNP stalwart Peter takes step back from front line after 50 years

Buckie SNP stalwart Peter takes step back from front line after 50 years

Buckie SNP stalwart Peter takes step back from front line after 50 years

05 October 2020

AFTER more than 50 years of supporting the cause of Scottish independence, a well-known Buckie SNP activist is stepping back from front line politics.


Century of service for BB stalwarts Alan and Jenny

Century of service for BB stalwarts Alan and Jenny

Century of service for BB stalwarts Alan and Jenny

04 October 2020

A CENTURY of voluntary dedication is a record few couples can boast, but for two Buckie Boys' Brigade stalwarts it has all been part of the service.


Landings up by a third at Buckie Harbour

Landings up by a third at Buckie Harbour

Landings up by a third at Buckie Harbour

03 October 2020

FISH landings were up by over a third at Buckie Harbour last week.


Buckie TSB avoids national branch cull by bank

Buckie TSB avoids national branch cull by bank

Buckie TSB avoids national branch cull by bank

01 October 2020

BUCKIE area TSB customers breathed a sigh of relief yesterday when it became clear the branch had escaped a large-scale Scotland-wide cull.


Buckie lifeboat to the rescue for pair stranded on Lossie east beach

Buckie lifeboat to the rescue for pair stranded on Lossie east beach

Buckie lifeboat to the rescue for pair stranded on Lossie east beach

01 October 2020

TWO stranded holidaymakers had to be plucked from Lossiemouth's east beach by Buckie RNLI lifeboat.


Covid can't stop BCHS Euro languages day fun

Covid can't stop BCHS Euro languages day fun

Covid can't stop BCHS Euro languages day fun

30 September 2020

THE coronavirus restrictions couldn't put a damper on BCHS's European Day of Languages celebrations.


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