Forres man cleared of stalking coffee worker

Forres man cleared of stalking Inverness coffee worker

A Moray man has been cleared of stalking a coffee shop worker near his place of work in Inverness. Twenty-eight year-old Ashley Martin from Forres admitted he lived in a 'Walter Mitty fantasy world.

Book in advance advice for midweek taxis

Published: Fri 09 Oct 2015

Booking in advance advice for midweek Frores taxis

PEOPLE in Forres wanting a taxi during weekday evenings are being advised to book ahead or face having to make alternative arrangements. Local taxi drivers say that there isn't the same volume of work

Playtime for children as parks set for new equipment

Published: Fri 09 Oct 2015

Forres parks could be getting their swings and slides back

FORRES play parks are getting their swings back! After months without swings, including the entire summer holidays, Moray Council are finally set to replace equipment removed on safety grounds. Following

Forres man accused of stalking Inverness coffee worker

Published: Thu 08 Oct 2015

Forres man cleared of stalking Inverness coffee worker

A 28 year-old bicycle mechanic from Moray who had a crush on an young Inverness coffee shop worker has been accused of stalking her at her work and following her home. Twenty-eight year old Ashley

Police start crackdown on vandalism in Forres


Published: Wed 07 Oct 2015

Forres inspector Paul McCruden (left) launches a crack down on vandalism in Forres

POLICE launched a Moray-wide joint initiative with the local authority last week in a bid to tackle vandalism. The move follows a 23% increase in vandalism across the region - including 90 more reported

Kinloss Abbey funding boost

Published: Tue 06 Oct 2015

Propping up the tower at the Abbots House at Kinloss Abbey to prevent collapse has been part funded by Moray Council

TRUSTEES of Kinloss Abbey have welcomed the news that Moray Council have agreed to fund urgent repairs. The Abbot's House located in the grounds of the abbey is in desperate need of work, and the trust

Museum powered up

Published: Wed 30 Sep 2015

A Teslar Coil being demonstrated at one of the energy workshops to feature at the Falconer Museum.

FRIENDS of the Falconer Museum plan to use a £5000 award from the Berry Burn Wind Farm Community Fund to fund natural energy workshops.

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