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Young people across north-east invited to sample ‘A Week in the Life of an Art School’

Young people across north-east invited to sample ‘A Week in the Life of an Art School’

Around 100 secondary school pupils from across the north-east will have the chance to try ‘A Week in the Life of Art School’ at Gray’s School of Art.


Buckie Harbour fish landings round-up

Buckie Harbour fish landings round-up

IT was a very quiet week on the fish landings front at Buckie Harbour last week.


Care provider Parklands launches mental health training initiative

Care provider Parklands launches mental health training initiative

Staff at Parklands Care Homes are being given the opportunity to take part in a two-day Mental Health First Aid training programme.


Royal honour for local fishing leader Ian Gatt

Royal honour for local fishing leader Ian Gatt

A FISHING industry leader hailing from Macduff has been recognised with a royal honour.


Win tickets to see Red Arrows at boat festival

Win tickets to see Red Arrows at boat festival

WIN tickets to see the Red Arrows at boat festival this weekend.


Moray East candidate Douglas Ross cleared of expenses wrongdoing by watchdog

Moray East candidate Douglas Ross cleared of expenses wrongdoing by watchdog

DOUGLAS Ross did not break expenses rules in connection with his work as an assistant referee, according to Westminster’s expenses watchdog.


Moray Walk Leaders sought to help expand health network

Moray Walk Leaders sought to help expand health network

A Moray-wide group which encourages people to get out and walk is looking for volunteer leaders.


Shrek spectacular set to take to the stage at Buckie High

Shrek spectacular set to take to the stage at Buckie High

A slice of the big screen will be coming to Buckie Community High School (BCHS) when the curtain goes up on Shrek Jnr the Musical.


Tartan Army’s Moray battalion on the way to Munich

Tartan Army’s Moray battalion on the way to Munich

PHOTOS: ‘Party of the century’


Investigation sees former Dufftown resident banned from owning animals after dogs suffered “horrendous injuries”

Investigation sees former Dufftown resident banned from owning animals after dogs suffered “horrendous injuries”

The 39-year-old has been banned from owning or working with animals for 10 years.


Stagecoach scraps two Moray bus services

Stagecoach scraps two Moray bus services

TWO Moray bus routes are being scrapped by Stagecoach, in sweeping cuts to local services which could lead to redundancies.


Stagecoach’s Insch depot in firing line, as local route scrapped

Stagecoach’s Insch depot in firing line, as local route scrapped

STAGECOACH are consulting with staff at its Insch depot, as they consider its closure.


VIDEO: Borough Briggs chat with Elgin City new boy Jack Murray who was sold on a move to SPFL

VIDEO: Borough Briggs chat with Elgin City new boy Jack Murray who was sold on a move to SPFL

One of the most talked-about summer transfers in north football.


Fund set to trial new ways of tackling child poverty

Fund set to trial new ways of tackling child poverty

A fund to trial new ways of combating child poverty has opened for a second round of applications.


Huntly student speaks on volunteering experiences as part of Volunteers’ Week

Huntly student speaks on volunteering experiences as part of Volunteers’ Week

Skye Thain (20) spoke about deciding to volunteer for VoiceAbility while studying in Glasgow.


Moray Council unveils action plan to save more money

Moray Council unveils action plan to save more money

Moray Council has approved an action plan in order to save the local authority money.


Transfer market gathers pace in Highland League

Transfer market gathers pace in Highland League

Some of the deals made by Moray and Banffshire’s clubs.


Beacon lit on top of Moray’s highest peak

Beacon lit on top of Moray’s highest peak

Mounting Ben Rinnes to pay respect to wartime heroes.


Activity cash boost for young disabled people

Activity cash boost for young disabled people

Young disabled people across the north-east could be eligible for up to £4000 to help them try new activities.


Davidsons Specialist Butchers claims north of Scotland title

Davidsons Specialist Butchers claims north of Scotland title

The company’s gluten free black pudding won at the Scottish Black Pudding Championship.


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