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Moray thanks NHS staff and key workers

Moray thanks NHS staff and key workers

Moray thanks NHS staff and key workers

06 April 2020

MORAY took a moment last night to join in a nationwide clap – and pipe – for NHS staff and key workers.


Early Years Childcare rollout suspended

Early Years Childcare rollout suspended

Early Years Childcare rollout suspended

04 April 2020

LOCAL authorities, including Moray Council, will no longer be legally obliged to deliver 1140 hours of funded childcare from this August.


Country kids shine light on farming life

Country kids shine light on farming life

Country kids shine light on farming life

03 April 2020

The video series will help children to learn what it's like to live on a farm.


NHS coronavirus workers to be honoured tonight by lighting up of Huntly Castle

NHS coronavirus workers to be honoured tonight by lighting up of Huntly Castle

NHS coronavirus workers to be honoured tonight by lighting up of Huntly Castle

02 April 2020

NHS workers will be recognised for their exceptional efforts tonight when Huntly castle is lit up in blue with the NHS Scotland logo.


GPs to get extra £15 million coronavirus funding

GPs to get extra £15 million coronavirus funding

GPs to get extra £15 million coronavirus funding

02 April 2020

ADDITIONAL funding of £15 million will be provided to GP practices to help them cope with extra pressures arising from coronavirus.


Keith's Friendly Fest to go ahead in September with improved line-up

Keith's Friendly Fest to go ahead in September with improved line-up

Keith's Friendly Fest to go ahead in September with improved line-up

02 April 2020

THE Friendly Fest will go ahead in September instead of May, with Janice Robinson joining the line-up.


'Report price gougers' urge Moray trading standards

'Report price gougers' urge Moray trading standards

'Report price gougers' urge Moray trading standards

02 April 2020

BUSINESSESS seeking to make extra profits by charging excessive prices for scarce goods can now be reported.


NHS offer mental health advice to help deal with Covid-19 crisis

NHS offer mental health advice to help deal with Covid-19 crisis

NHS offer mental health advice to help deal with Covid-19 crisis

01 April 2020

ADVICE on looking after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak is now available on NHS inform, Scotland's health information site.


Farmers urged to have coronavirus Plan B

Farmers urged to have coronavirus Plan B

Farmers urged to have coronavirus Plan B

01 April 2020

FARMING consultants have created an emergency document to help farmers plan ahead in case they fall ill during the coronavirus pandemic.


Keith pupils successful at Robbie Burns schools competition

Keith pupils successful at Robbie Burns schools competition

Keith pupils successful at Robbie Burns schools competition

01 April 2020

PUPILS from schools in Keith were successful in the recent Burns North East of Scotland Schools Festival.


More changes made to north-east bus times

More changes made to north-east bus times

More changes made to north-east bus times

01 April 2020

FURTHER changes have been introduced to north-east bus timetables by Stagecoach Bluebird.


SSEN launches £350,000 resilience fund

SSEN launches £350,000 resilience fund

SSEN launches £350,000 resilience fund

31 March 2020

A new fund to support communities affected by the coronavirus pandemic is now open for applications.


SSPCA make urgent cash plea as donations slashed

SSPCA make urgent cash plea as donations slashed

SSPCA make urgent cash plea as donations slashed

31 March 2020

THE Scottish SPCA has been hit hard by the effects of coronavirus and has launched a desperate appeal for donations for the animals in its care.


Dog walking rules clarified

Dog walking rules clarified

Dog walking rules clarified

30 March 2020

THE Scottish Government have issued clarification as to the number of times dog owners can take their pets out.


Stevenson welcome ban on private let evictions

Stevenson welcome ban on private let evictions

Stevenson welcome ban on private let evictions

30 March 2020

MSP Stewart Stevenson has welcomed the announcement that private and social tenants are to be given increased protection from eviction.


Scottish Government unveil rates relief package

Scottish Government unveil rates relief package

Scottish Government unveil rates relief package

29 March 2020

THE retail, hospitality and leisure sectors along with aviation industries will be aided by rates relief to support them during the Covid-19 outbreak.


North-east medics get up to speed on specialist protective gear

North-east medics get up to speed on specialist protective gear

North-east medics get up to speed on specialist protective gear

29 March 2020

MORE than 700 additional staff members have been trained to use specialised protective clothing at north-east hospitals in the last four weeks.


Calls to Childline soar as pandemic hits young people

Calls to Childline soar as pandemic hits young people

Calls to Childline soar as pandemic hits young people

26 March 2020

THE impact of Covid-19 pandemic young people's lives has seen Childline experience an unprecedented demand for its services in Scotland.


Girlguiding launch Adventures At Home

Girlguiding launch Adventures At Home

Girlguiding launch Adventures At Home

26 March 2020

"There's no place like home...for adventure!"


DWP suspend face-to-face benefits assessments

DWP suspend face-to-face benefits assessments

DWP suspend face-to-face benefits assessments

26 March 2020

FACE-to-face assessments for all sickness and disability benefits will be suspended for the next three months, the government has announced.


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