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Telehealth could be post-pandemic way ahead for NHS – MSP

Telehealth could be post-pandemic way ahead for NHS – MSP

Telehealth could be post-pandemic way ahead for NHS – MSP

Greater use of technology to deliver healthcare could be legacy of virus


Moray Council's frontline volunteers

Moray Council's frontline volunteers

Moray Council's frontline volunteers

MORAY Council staff have stepped up to help with the Coronavirus crisis.


Flat plans rejected for former Bank premises

Flat plans rejected for former Bank premises

Flat plans rejected for former Bank premises

The Royal Bank of Scotland premises on Turriff High Street has been the subject of several previous planning applications.


Local MP promoted to junior ministerial role in UK Government

Local MP promoted to junior ministerial role in UK Government

Local MP promoted to junior ministerial role in UK Government

Banff and Buchan MP David Duguid has been appointed as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Scotland Office.


Wear a face mask for shopping, urges Sturgeon

Wear a face mask for shopping, urges Sturgeon

Wear a face mask for shopping, urges Sturgeon

12 deaths across Scotland overnight


Scottish coronavirus testing rates 'woeful' – Moray MP

Scottish coronavirus testing rates 'woeful' – Moray MP

Scottish coronavirus testing rates 'woeful' – Moray MP

MP says country has capacity for 15,500 tests a day – but managing only 3000


Supporting schools to prepare for a ‘new normal’

Supporting schools to prepare for a ‘new normal’

Supporting schools to prepare for a ‘new normal’

Aberdeenshire Council's Director of Education has commented to reassure families and the wider community about what this means at a local level.


Council agrees continued focus on supporting early learning and childcare sector

Council agrees continued focus on supporting early learning and childcare sector

Council agrees continued focus on supporting early learning and childcare sector

Director of Education and Children’s Services, Laurence Findlay, has been granted authority to continue to support emergency childcare provision.


Business moves up a gear for Moray bike shop

Business moves up a gear for Moray bike shop

Business moves up a gear for Moray bike shop

Social enterprise Bike Revolution sells out as cycling interest surges


What is your experience of police and emergency coronavirus powers?

What is your experience of police and emergency coronavirus powers?

What is your experience of police and emergency coronavirus powers?

YOUR views on the application of coronavirus powers by the police are wanted.


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