AN umbrella organisation which seeks to promote and sustainably develop the Moray coast has changed its name.
THERE'S something fishy afoot in our latest Pet of the Week feature, run in association with the SSPCA.
VISITING at NHS Grampian has suspended at hospitals in Aberdeen City with immediate effect.
ANIMAL lovers in Moray and Aberdeenshire are being urged to get their running shoes on for the rest of this month to help animals in need.
As shielding is paused, people are being urged to follow some simple steps to help avoid Covid-19.
TOMORROW (Tuesday) will witness the end of an anxious wait for more than 130,000 young people across Scotland when they receive their exam results
A FOREVER home with an ever-growing collection of toys would suit our latest Pet of the Week right down to the ground.
THE venues for pre-school immunisations in Moray are set to change from this coming Monday.
PARENTS in the north-east are being urged to claim child benefit, even if they have not yet been able to register the birth of their new-borns
MORAY MP Douglas Ross has expressed his disappointment over the decision to charge users for maintenance of disabled facilities.
WITH results day fast approaching for Scotland's exam students, the SQA have released some hints and tips for those eagerly awaiting their results.
HOPING to wing it off to their new home are Darla and Dexter.
LOCKDOWN is continuing to impact jobless figures both in Moray and across Scotland, new statistics have revealed.
OVER 80,000 jobs have been supported across the north-east by two UK government job retention schemes, latest figures have revealed.
THE Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) have unveiled extra measures for employers and employees alike in the north-east and beyond.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding tax credits customers that they need to tell HMRC about any changes in their circumstances by July 31.
Moray job seekers will have the chance to seek out a new career at the forthcoming virtual jobs fair.
KALA the Staffordshire bull terrier cross is ready to embrace her new family with open paws as she is looking for her forever home.
A NEW campaign is calling for people across the north-east to support the tourist sector in its "time of need" as lockdown eases further.
THE ongoing financial plight facing the UK coach industry has been raised in parliament by Moray MP Douglas Ross.