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Covid support fund for Scottish coach industry hailed

09 February 2021
Covid support fund for Scottish coach industry hailed

Covid support fund for Scottish coach industry hailed

09 February 2021

STRUGGLING coach firms hit by Covid restrictions can now apply for a share of a multi-million pound support package.


Police survey launched on armed police bodycams plan

08 February 2021
Police survey launched on armed police bodycams plan

Police survey launched on armed police bodycams plan

08 February 2021

THE public are being asked for their views on the use of Body Worn Video (BWV) by armed police officers when interacting with communities in Scotland.


JETS scheme to help pandemic jobless soar back into workforce

08 February 2021
JETS scheme to help pandemic jobless soar back into workforce

JETS scheme to help pandemic jobless soar back into workforce

08 February 2021

JOBSEEKERS throughout the north-east are set to benefit from a new employment programme targeted at helping those who have lost jobs in the pandemic.


Coastguard volunteers continue to scale Covid challenges as pandemic continues

07 February 2021
Coastguard volunteers continue to scale Covid challenges as pandemic continues

Coastguard volunteers continue to scale Covid challenges as pandemic continues

07 February 2021

FACING challenges is all in a day's work for local Coastguard teams, but the last 10 months have brought tests none could have foreseen.


Artists invited to apply for Moray kids' projects cash

07 February 2021
Artists invited to apply for Moray kids' projects cash

Artists invited to apply for Moray kids' projects cash

07 February 2021

MORAY-based freelance artist and other creatives can now apply for a grant to help develop projects in the region.


Top tips for homeschooling on a budget

07 February 2021
Top tips for homeschooling on a budget

Top tips for homeschooling on a budget

07 February 2021

HOMESCHOOLING can put pressure on families' budgets but there are ways to help look after those pennies.


Online guide gives tips on avoiding flooding damage

06 February 2021
Online guide gives tips on avoiding flooding damage

Online guide gives tips on avoiding flooding damage

06 February 2021

NORTH-east homeowners have been handed some top tips on how to minimise flood damage to homes and businesses.


Lovebirds looking to spread their wings

06 February 2021
Lovebirds looking to spread their wings

Lovebirds looking to spread their wings

06 February 2021

LOOKING forward to a life on the wing at their forever home are out Pets of the Week Pedro and Maria.


Fund lifeline for Moray wedding industry firms

05 February 2021
Fund lifeline for Moray wedding industry firms

Fund lifeline for Moray wedding industry firms

05 February 2021

MORAY businesses whose main income derives from the wedding industry are being urged to apply to a new fund.


Ross welcomes blue badge parking reprieve

05 February 2021
Ross welcomes blue badge parking reprieve

Ross welcomes blue badge parking reprieve

05 February 2021

BLUE badge holders in Moray whose badges have expired are being given a reprieve from parking attendants.


MSP blasts affordable housing budget move

05 February 2021
MSP blasts affordable housing budget move

MSP blasts affordable housing budget move

05 February 2021

THE Scottish Government’s decision to cut investment in social and affordable homes by £268 million has been condemned by a local MSP.


New lung cancer campaign urges over 40s to act if they have symptoms

05 February 2021
New lung cancer campaign urges over 40s to act if they have symptoms

New lung cancer campaign urges over 40s to act if they have symptoms

05 February 2021

NHS Grampian is urging people who have tested negative for Covid-19, but have a persistent new cough for over three weeks, to contact their GP.


North-east cat lovers urged to gift meals for moggies

04 February 2021
North-east cat lovers urged to gift meals for moggies

North-east cat lovers urged to gift meals for moggies

04 February 2021

THE Scottish SPCA is appealing to cat lovers across the north-east to donate much needed food to its Aberdeenshire centre.


Short-term let rules would 'penalise' Moray B&Bs, says Moray MP

04 February 2021
Short-term let rules would 'penalise' Moray B&Bs, says Moray MP

Short-term let rules would 'penalise' Moray B&Bs, says Moray MP

04 February 2021

NEW legislation on short-term lets will "penalise" Moray B&Bs and self-caterers, the region's MP has warned.


Not too late to file those Self Assessment tax returns, say HMRC

04 February 2021
Not too late to file those Self Assessment tax returns, say HMRC

Not too late to file those Self Assessment tax returns, say HMRC

04 February 2021

MORE than 10.7 million people submitted their 2019/20 Self Assessment tax returns by the January 31 deadline, HM Revenue and Customs has revealed.


Don't miss out on school age payment, Moray families urged

03 February 2021
Don't miss out on school age payment, Moray families urged

Don't miss out on school age payment, Moray families urged

03 February 2021

MORAY families who are eligible for the Scottish Government's school age payment scheme are being urged to apply before time runs out.


Science centre aim to stem lockdown boredom with virtual sessions for all the family

03 February 2021
Science centre aim to stem lockdown boredom with virtual sessions for all the family

Science centre aim to stem lockdown boredom with virtual sessions for all the family

03 February 2021

ABERDEEN Science Centre is bringing a scientific twist to lockdown with its new STEM series, Stay Home Science.


Highlands serve up inspiration for debut novel

02 February 2021
Highlands serve up inspiration for debut novel

Highlands serve up inspiration for debut novel

02 February 2021

THE wild majesty of the Scottish Highlands provides the stunning backdrop for a debut novel.


Relief as new taxi driver grants won't hit Universal Credit payments

01 February 2021
Relief as new taxi driver grants won't hit Universal Credit payments

Relief as new taxi driver grants won't hit Universal Credit payments

01 February 2021

TAXI and private hire drivers taking advantage of a new fund to help them through the lockdown will not see their Universal Credit payments affected.


Jobless figures rise in Moray as national trend heads upwards

01 February 2021
Jobless figures rise in Moray as national trend heads upwards

Jobless figures rise in Moray as national trend heads upwards

01 February 2021

MORAY has followed the national trend in seeing the number of people claiming Universal Credit (UC) rise.


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