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Wellbeing services at fingertips thanks to new directory

01 July 2021
Wellbeing services at fingertips thanks to new directory

Wellbeing services at fingertips thanks to new directory

01 July 2021

NORTH-east residents are being encouraged to join a health and wellbeing directory.


Ross hails rural 4G mobile coverage plan

01 July 2021
Ross hails rural 4G mobile coverage plan

Ross hails rural 4G mobile coverage plan

01 July 2021

PLANS to bring 4G mobile coverage to rural areas of the north-east currently not covered have been welcomed by Moray MP Douglas Ross.


Eagle voices concerns over children's swimming lessons backlog

30 June 2021
Eagle voices concerns over children's swimming lessons backlog

Eagle voices concerns over children's swimming lessons backlog

30 June 2021

CONCERNS have been voiced over the length of the waiting list for children's swimming lessons.


New programmes to depict life in lockdown

29 June 2021
New programmes to depict life in lockdown

New programmes to depict life in lockdown

29 June 2021

TWO new programmes on BBC Alba are to offer an honest depiction of life during the pandemic across Scotland.


Registering defibs will help 'save lives', urges Moray councillor

28 June 2021
Registering defibs will help 'save lives', urges Moray councillor

Registering defibs will help 'save lives', urges Moray councillor

28 June 2021

A MORAY councillor is urging local communities to ensure their public access defibrillators are registered with the emergency services.


Economic recovery is 'number one priority' for Ross on Holyrood return

27 June 2021
Economic recovery is 'number one priority' for Ross on Holyrood return

Economic recovery is 'number one priority' for Ross on Holyrood return

27 June 2021

IT'S good to be back – that was the sentiment from Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross after his first few weeks back at Holyrood.


Campaign urges north-east families to Get Into Summer

26 June 2021
Campaign urges north-east families to Get Into Summer

Campaign urges north-east families to Get Into Summer

26 June 2021

NORTH-east families are being urged to sign their kids up for a summer holiday initiative.


Bob hopes to find his purr-fect forever home

26 June 2021
Bob hopes to find his purr-fect forever home

Bob hopes to find his purr-fect forever home

26 June 2021

THERE is a distinguished gentleman seeking the purr-fect retirement home in our latest Pet of the Week.


Communities urged to have their say on police service

25 June 2021
Communities urged to have their say on police service

Communities urged to have their say on police service

25 June 2021

COMMUNITIES across the north-east are being urged to respond to a survey on local policing.


DWP unveil additional support for Armed Forces veterans

24 June 2021
DWP unveil additional support for Armed Forces veterans

DWP unveil additional support for Armed Forces veterans

24 June 2021

ARMED Forces veterans across Britain are to get additional specialist support from government Jobcentres to help them find work and access benefits.


Moray Coastal Trail 50 Race debuts in style

23 June 2021
Moray Coastal Trail 50 Race debuts in style

Moray Coastal Trail 50 Race debuts in style

23 June 2021

A NEW Moray ultramarathon debuted in style after attracting a strong field of runners.


Coach industry Covid support fund welcomed

21 June 2021
Coach industry Covid support fund welcomed

Coach industry Covid support fund welcomed

21 June 2021

A BUCKIE coach firm has welcomed the launch of a Covid support fund for the industry


Campaign urges drivers to plan ahead for their Scottish staycation

20 June 2021
Campaign urges drivers to plan ahead for their Scottish staycation

Campaign urges drivers to plan ahead for their Scottish staycation

20 June 2021

A NEW campaign has been launched, reminding UK drivers to plan ahead before embarking on their staycation in Scotland this summer.


Gunther looking to strut his stuff in forever home

19 June 2021
Gunther looking to strut his stuff in forever home

Gunther looking to strut his stuff in forever home

19 June 2021

HOPING to strut off to his forever home is our latest Pet of the Week, Gunther.


Rise in number of Moray Universal Claimants

18 June 2021
Rise in number of Moray Universal Claimants

Rise in number of Moray Universal Claimants

18 June 2021

THERE has been a rise in the number of people in Moray claiming Universal Credit (UC) new figures have revealed.


Eagle calls for 'balanced' pricing at electric car charging points

17 June 2021
Eagle calls for 'balanced' pricing at electric car charging points

Eagle calls for 'balanced' pricing at electric car charging points

17 June 2021

A BUCKIE councillor has stressed the importance of the region "staying ahead of the game" when it comes to electric car charging points.


Survey seeks to gauge needs of Moray parents

17 June 2021
Survey seeks to gauge needs of Moray parents

Survey seeks to gauge needs of Moray parents

17 June 2021

A MORAY voluntary sector organisation has launched a survey to identify the needs of parents and guardians in the region.


Reading challenge urges kids to take a walk on the wild side

15 June 2021
Reading challenge urges kids to take a walk on the wild side

Reading challenge urges kids to take a walk on the wild side

15 June 2021

TAKING a walk on the wild side is at the heart of Moray Council's reading challenge for kids this summer.


New network boost for north-east manufacturing businesses

14 June 2021
New network boost for north-east manufacturing businesses

New network boost for north-east manufacturing businesses

14 June 2021

A NEW capability network is aiming to help businesses across the north-east access support and unlock innovation.


Post-pandemic opportunities 'must be grasped' as society edges back to normality

13 June 2021
Post-pandemic opportunities 'must be grasped' as society edges back to normality

Post-pandemic opportunities 'must be grasped' as society edges back to normality

13 June 2021

A YEAR like no other – that was Moray Council convener Councillor Shona Morrison's verdict on what has been an often fraught 12 months.


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