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Whisky industry in Moray at the centre of sexism storm surrounding 'Whisky Bible'

Whisky industry in Moray at the centre of sexism storm surrounding 'Whisky Bible'

Whisky industry in Moray at the centre of sexism storm surrounding 'Whisky Bible'

A NUMBER of key players in the Moray whisky industry have spoken on the issue.


Chancellor unveils post-furlough plan to save jobs

Chancellor unveils post-furlough plan to save jobs

Chancellor unveils post-furlough plan to save jobs

Moray Chamber of Commerce reaction


Next year's Bothy Ballads called off

Next year's Bothy Ballads called off

Next year's Bothy Ballads called off

February event won't be staged in Elgin


Praise for Moray teachers after exam estimates hit mark

Praise for Moray teachers after exam estimates hit mark

Praise for Moray teachers after exam estimates hit mark

Breakdown shows majority of estimates matched SQA awards


New minister at Kirk of Keith

New minister at Kirk of Keith

New minister at Kirk of Keith

SOUTH African Reverend Wiekus van Straaten will be inducted into the Kirk of Keith tonight.


Calling all public phone box users - Aberdeenshire Council seeks opinions on their retention

Calling all public phone box users - Aberdeenshire Council seeks opinions on their retention

Calling all public phone box users - Aberdeenshire Council seeks opinions on their retention

A draft response to BT on the proposed removal of 24 public phone boxes in Aberdeenshire is now seeking public comment on the issue.


Adventure 2 sets sail in the Caribbean

Adventure 2 sets sail in the Caribbean

Adventure 2 sets sail in the Caribbean

The sister ship of the world record holding vessel from Turriff has been launched 100km north of Guyana.


University of Aberdeen fines students for Covid breach

University of Aberdeen fines students for Covid breach

University of Aberdeen fines students for Covid breach

Failed to heed staff warnings


Unions says farmers must be protected by livestock worrying legislation

Unions says farmers must be protected by livestock worrying legislation

Unions says farmers must be protected by livestock worrying legislation

NFU Scotland Vice President highlights the need for greater protection for those who are blighted by dog attacks on their livestock


Efforts continue to ensure Turriff is lit up for Christmas

Efforts continue to ensure Turriff is lit up for Christmas

Efforts continue to ensure Turriff is lit up for Christmas

Organisers have called off the popular switch on event in the town, but fundraising continues to ensure that festive decorations will be put up.


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