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A FEAST of job opportunities in the hospitality trade and beyond are set to be on offer next week over the course of two events.
Angus Gordon Lennox guest speaker at Elgin Museum
Findhorn, Nairn and Lossie Fisheries Trust is hosting an online auction for fantastic prizes.
Representatives from a large number of organisations will offer motivational support and advice from 2.30pm to 4pm.
Kind-hearted and selfless are just two of the attributes Moray’s many fundraisers and carers share.
Richard Lochhead visited the site with its trustees to see how they envisage its redevelopment.
MORAY councillors have clashed over a £30,000 climate change strategy charge.
New book records plight of poor
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FORRES Mechanics held an EGM at Mosset Park last night and added to their board.
TWO players have been transfer listed, with the future unclear for two more.
Lauren Bell broke two Scottish cycling records at the National Track Championships in Manchester.
FORRES led 2-0 but ended up holding on for a hard-fought point with nine men.
Lee Fraser has to "think about work and later life" during his football comeback.
LHANBRYDE were the big movers in the Alexander Wallace Toyota League indoor bowling week.
A FORRES shooting star has the Olympics in her sights after claiming a national schools title.
PLANS for a new sports pitch in Elgin are gathering pace.
DARRYL McHardy scored a glorious winning goal in his home debut for loan club Rothes.
Travel writer Ron Smith is intrigued by this quiet Dutch town on the border with Belgium, where he says there is plenty to see and do
It's pretty much a given that at the back of most people’s kitchen cupboards are cans we’ve had for years
Lola Milne's rocky road, made with with tinned figs, is a little bit different!
Jamie Harris reviews new releases Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, Monster Energy Supercross 3 and Bookbound Brigade, while Martyn Landi takes on Rugby 20
The north and north-east is a haven for wildlife, especially birds. Here are 5 top spots to see them in action
Titles include fiction, non-fiction and poetry
Dial M For Murder is treading the boards of His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen this week.
Writers, illustrators and publishers invited to get involved in Inverness book festival.
The event celebrates the everyday vehicles of the past which are now rarities on the road.
Playwright Rona Munro's adaptation stars Eilidh Loan as the book's author Mary Shelley.
POPULAR band Peat & Diesel have given a special performance to patients and staff at Highland Hospice.
Scotland's Festival of Light returns to Aberdeen showcasing the work of a team of international artists in a series of magical installations.
Tickets are on sale now for Belladrum's festival restaurant Lov Bella.