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Moray's EU result down to the wire.

Moray voted to remain in the EU by a slim margin, against the UK 'Leave' backdrop

MORAY's vote to stay in the European Union went to the wire, with a slim margin of just 122 votes. A council spokesman confirmed that the declaration of the result to remain, following the count in

Forres woman joins the fight for MND cure

Published: Thu 23 Jun 2016

Susan Boag is raising awareness and cash for MND

A FORRES woman whose struggle with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) has affected her ability to speak, is calling on folks to support MND Awareness week and the Scotland Cure MND charity. Susan Boag (52)

Former Forres-based chef dies suddenly

Published: Wed 22 Jun 2016

Celebrated chef Alan Gibb who worked in Forres for a while, has died suddenly

A CELEBRATED chef, who worked in a Forres Hotel, and was latterley working at the Glen Eagles 5 star resort, has died suddenly. Alan Gibb executive chef at Gleneagles died in Dundee's Ninewells Hospital

Grant Park set for the skirl of the pipes

Published: Wed 22 Jun 2016

Alan James from Forres Events Limited welcomes you to Piping at Forres

FINAL preparations are well underway for Piping At Forres which takes place this weekend with former Runrig frontman Donnie Munro being this year

Moray Parliamentarians hosting referendum meeting

Published: Tue 21 Jun 2016

Undecided which way to vote? Then a meeting tonight could help you decide.

In or out? if you are undecided about which way to vote in Thursday's EU Referendum then a meeting taking place tonight might help you to decide. Moray's MP, Angus Robertson, and MSP, Richard Lochhead

Bored teenagers spark fears of trouble in store

Published: Fri 17 Jun 2016

Concern was voiced about youths congregating at Tesco

CONCERN has been raised about bored teenagers hanging out at a local supermarket. Police attended a recent disturbance in the Nairn Road area. Inspector Grant McCutcheon confirmed he had heard reports

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