TAKING a walk on the wild side is at the heart of Moray Council's reading challenge for kids this summer.
A NEW capability network is aiming to help businesses across the north-east access support and unlock innovation.
A YEAR like no other – that was Moray Council convener Councillor Shona Morrison's verdict on what has been an often fraught 12 months.
THE Robert Gordon’s University’s Gray’s School of Art is to host its annual degree show online for a second year.
HOPING to canter off to her forever home is our latest Pet of the Week, Indy.
PEOPLE in the north-east are being encouraged to take things at their own pace as Covid restrictions ease.
PEOPLE across the north-east are being invited to lace up their trainers and get walking this summer in aid of people living with scleroderma.
UPTAKE in apprenticeship opportunities by businesses.
A BRAND new website has been launched to showcase third sector services across Moray.
MORAY Council's decision to change non-residential burial fees has been welcomed by the region's MP.
DOMESTIC golf tourism could get a boost in Scotland through an app designed to increase participation and make the game more inclusive.
NEW year, new challenges has been the motto for many of us and, for the Department of Work and Pensions' Jane Munro, this has been especially true.
THERE'S a Daffodil, an Aubergine and a Courgette all looking for a new home in our latest Pet of the Week.
A research project by Robert Gordon University (RGU) has explored how victims of domestic violence were supported throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
YOUNG people with an interest in a career in retail are being invited along to an information event at the end of the week.
A MORAY web developer has turned his talents to showcasing what Scotland has to offer visitors.
MORAY MP Douglas Ross is supporting Foster Care Fortnight 2021, campaign to attract more foster carers.
HOPING to find a home to call her own is our latest Pet of the Week, Peaches.
PEOPLE who rent garages from Moray Council are being urged to make sure they have paid up.
CONTINUING government support for furloughed employees in Moray has been welcomed by the region's MP