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Local police review priorities

Local police at Grant Park ahead of recent drugs raids in Forres.

Anti-social behaviour, road safety, drug and alcohol abuse, and community safety, were the focus of the 2015/16 multi-member ward plan for Forres.

Homes plan for derelict site

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Published: Wed 25 May 2016

A red border marks the site Redco Milne want to build 80 homes on.

Developer Redco Milne has lodged an application for 80 affordable housing units in three areas around Caroline Street.

Tributes paid to Forres man killed in freak storm

Published: Tue 24 May 2016

Freak weather conditions claimed the life of a Findhorn sailor at the weekend

TRIBUTES have been paid to a Forres man who was killed when his boat overturned in Findhorn Bay at the weekend. Frank Whyte (69), of Caroline Street, who was a well respected figure in Findhorn, where

Concern over no-shows at health centre

Published: Sun 22 May 2016

Concern over no shows at health centre

THE BUSINESS manager at Forres Health Centre says that the public can help boost the availability of appointments, by not canceling at the last minute or only making an appointment with a GP if they really

Forres man's thanks for his lifesaving gift

Published: Sat 21 May 2016

Tony's living life to the full after transplant

A FORRES man is enjoying life to the full nearly six months after he received a lifesaving gift. Former RAF Wing Commander Tony Galloway, 62, featured in the 'Gazette' back in 2014, raising awareness

Waste group's work gets recognition

Published: Thu 19 May 2016

Wastebusters are planning for the future

Moray Waste Busters is celebrating after being awarded two coveted new accreditations. The recycling charity has achieved both EFQM ( European Foundation for Quality Management) certification from

Manage your council services online

Published: Thu 19 May 2016

Find out about Moray Connected at the FACT office on Leask Road at 7pm on Tuesday, May 24.

Learn how to report a pothole or missed bin collection, pay council tax or apply for benefits, using council services online.

Greshop roundabout work finally due to be finished

Published: Wed 18 May 2016

Work started again at the Greshop roundabout after the Gazette contacted BEAR Scotland to find out why it had stopped.

WORK to install drop kerbs on the A96 at Forres by the Greshop roundabout is finally back underway. The work started at the beginning of April and was due to be finished by the end of the month, but

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