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NHS Orkney has confirmed a link to an outbreak to a Peterhead registered fishing vessel, while a the same time a school in the town remains closed.
RECRUITMENT for 20 new Covid support teachers for Moray’s schools has begun.
Council also agrees extra funds for litter collection
THE app has been launched by Moray Chamber of Commerce and Visit Moray Speyside.
HELP needed in October and November, businesses say.
First Minister stresses the issue of house parties and the ease of how clusters can occur as a result.
Organisations have one week left to apply for a share of £4million.
Government support for Moray firms during the lockdown has been welcomed by the region's MP.
Banffshire and Buchan Coast MSP Stewart Stevenson has welcomed plans for teachers and school staff getting priority access to Covid-19 tests.
The production team behind the highly popular Inverurie panto have confirmed that it will not go ahead this year.
Crew members at Peterhead RNLI have gotten creative with their fundraising efforts to keep the station afloat.