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ON the prowl for her 'purr-fect' forever home is Pet of the Week Maxi.
MORAY MP Douglas Ross has welcomed the news that booking restrictions at most Moray recycling centres will end this coming Monday.
THERE will no longer be the need to book a time slot at most of Moray's recycling centres from this coming Monday.
NURSERY-age children across Moray will now be eligible for increased childcare hours thanks to a new Scotland-wide scheme.
A PROGRAMME aimed at fostering young people's leadership skills has been relaunched.
CAR insurance prices have reached a seven year low but it’s important to remember to be as accurate as possible when providing your personal details.
THE NHS have announced changes to two phone helplines.
THERE'S young snake who would love to find her forever home our latest Pet of the Week feature.
BETTER job prospects, accessible housing and easier commuting for disabled people are the aims of the newly-launched National Disability Strategy.
ALL young people in Scotland under the age of 22 will be eligible for free bus travel from January 31 next year, it has been announced.
FINDOCHTY musician Ron Jappy has announced the release of his first ever live single, recorded as part of a stunning online album.
THE NESCol part-time guide for 2021/22 courses running from late August onwards has been launched online.
HELPING Armed Forces personnel transition to civilian life is all in a day’s work for Armed Forces Champion Lead Claire Watt.
FINDING a forever home has proved to be a long trek for our Pet of the Week.
THE dangers posed by giant hogweed across the north-east have been highlighted by a national trade body.
THE Scottish Government has supported an estimated 1400 school children in Moray to buy school clothes through the School Clothing Grant.
PEOPLE across the north-east are being given the chance to become owners of at-risk local pubs, theatres, post office and other facilities.
THE search is on for a local hero in Moray who makes a positive difference to the lives of others.
TACKLING poverty and social inclusion in Moray is to come under the spotlight at a virtual workshop to be held next week.
PLANS by the UK government to cut Universal Credit (UC) have been condemned by a Buckie councillor.