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Plenty tales fae Buckpool quine Barbara!

Plenty tales fae Buckpool quine Barbara!

Plenty tales fae Buckpool quine Barbara!

10 July 2020

IT'S never too late to see your life's work in print as a Buckie pensioner has gone on to prove.


'Dismay' over lack of harbour dredging

'Dismay' over lack of harbour dredging

'Dismay' over lack of harbour dredging

09 July 2020

THE issue of dredging at Moray's council-run harbours has been highlighted again by a local councillor.


Buckie man awaits fate after £15k drugs confession

Buckie man awaits fate after £15k drugs confession

Buckie man awaits fate after £15k drugs confession

07 July 2020

A BUCKIE man confessed to police he was holding up to £15,700-worth of heroin in his house.


It's great to be back!

It's great to be back!

It's great to be back!

07 July 2020

BACK to serve the community and good causes – that was the message from one Buckie store as businesses began to reawaken from their lockdown slumber.


Jags cement bond with top author Stephen King

Jags cement bond with top author Stephen King

Jags cement bond with top author Stephen King

06 July 2020

FROM the doyen of horror fiction to Buckie Thistle's latest fan, Stephen King's link with the club is one of the strangest tales of recent times.


Demand for Buckie food bank trebles during lock down

Demand for Buckie food bank trebles during lock down

Demand for Buckie food bank trebles during lock down

03 July 2020

BUCKIE food bank has continued to experience unprecedented demand on its services as the Covid-19 lockdown passes the 100-day mark.


Common good funds have cash up for grabs

Common good funds have cash up for grabs

Common good funds have cash up for grabs

02 July 2020

CASH from two common good funds in the Buckie area is available to help local community, a councillor has highlighted.


Dallachy service honours Canadian war dead

Dallachy service honours Canadian war dead

Dallachy service honours Canadian war dead

01 July 2020

THE sacrifices made by Canadians in two World Wars was honoured at a short service of remembrance to mark Canada Day earlier today.


'We can help if you are struggling to pay bills'

'We can help if you are struggling to pay bills'

'We can help if you are struggling to pay bills'

01 July 2020

RESIDENTS urged: 'Ask for help if you are facing financial difficulties'.


All's fine in the garden as Seafield Arms Hotel look to welcome back customers

All's fine in the garden as Seafield Arms Hotel look to welcome back customers

All's fine in the garden as Seafield Arms Hotel look to welcome back customers

30 June 2020

A SLICE of eagerly awaited normality is to be served up from Monday at the Seafield Arms Hotel in Cullen when they open their new garden area.


Views sought on video consulting

Views sought on video consulting

Views sought on video consulting

30 June 2020

People are being asked for their views on how health and care services might be delivered remotely in the future.


Covid can't stop Coastguard's life-saver volunteers

Covid can't stop Coastguard's life-saver volunteers

Covid can't stop Coastguard's life-saver volunteers

27 June 2020

THE coronavirus has impacted on every aspect of life, but for those who make up the emergency services, the show must go on when duty calls.


Reunited: Granny back with Buckie grandchildren

Reunited: Granny back with Buckie grandchildren

Reunited: Granny back with Buckie grandchildren

25 June 2020

REUNITED: Fran meets grandchildren again.


Complete census on time, farmers urged

Complete census on time, farmers urged

Complete census on time, farmers urged

24 June 2020

FARMERS across the north-east are being urged to complete the 2020 Agricultural Census before the extended deadline of Friday, July 31.


Moray road repair teams back to work

Moray road repair teams back to work

Moray road repair teams back to work

24 June 2020

ROADS repair staff are returning to carry out urgent work.


Those boots are made for walking...a lot!

Those boots are made for walking...a lot!

Those boots are made for walking...a lot!

21 June 2020

MSP Stewart Stevenson reflects on getting on and getting fit in his self-isolation blog Diary of the Eighth Decade.


Fish, chips and tunes for care home residents

Fish, chips and tunes for care home residents

Fish, chips and tunes for care home residents

20 June 2020

RESIDENTS at two Buckie care homes were treated to a special lockdown concert broadcast live on the internet.


School transport update for Moray

School transport update for Moray

School transport update for Moray

18 June 2020

New applications needed by June 30 due to Covid-19


Poppyscotland hail census victory for veterans

Poppyscotland hail census victory for veterans

Poppyscotland hail census victory for veterans

17 June 2020

SERVICES for the Armed Forces community are set to be transformed thanks to a major campaign victory by Poppyscotland.


'Don't use countryside as dumping ground'

'Don't use countryside as dumping ground'

'Don't use countryside as dumping ground'

17 June 2020

'STOP using the countryside as a dumping ground'.


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