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SPONSORED CONTENT: How you can help support those fleeing from Ukraine…

30 March 2022
SPONSORED CONTENT: How you can help support those fleeing from Ukraine…

SPONSORED CONTENT: How you can help support those fleeing from Ukraine…

30 March 2022

The war in Ukraine has sent shockwaves around the world and caused hundreds of thousands of people to flee their homeland.


SPONSORED CONTENT: Way To Work is just the job for employers and candidates

28 March 2022
SPONSORED CONTENT: Way To Work is just the job for employers and candidates

SPONSORED CONTENT: Way To Work is just the job for employers and candidates

28 March 2022

The Way to Work initiative aims to get 500,000 unemployed workers into jobs by the end of June.


Resources to help those affected by the Russian invasion

25 February 2022
Resources to help those affected by the Russian invasion

Resources to help those affected by the Russian invasion

25 February 2022

If you’re wondering how you could help people in Ukraine, there might be some ways.


Now’s time to consider a career in the Civil Service

25 February 2022
Now’s time to consider a career in the Civil Service

Now’s time to consider a career in the Civil Service

25 February 2022

Forget bowler hats and briefcases, the Civil Service has moved on from the days of Jim Hacker and Sir Humphrey Appleby in TV sitcom Yes Minister.


Scottish Government Viewpoint: Talking can help break the stigma of addiction

25 February 2022
Scottish Government Viewpoint: Talking can help break the stigma of addiction

Scottish Government Viewpoint: Talking can help break the stigma of addiction

25 February 2022

"“Stigma, especially in workplaces, leads to silence. We might be worried about someone in work but we’re too frightened to say anything"


SPONSORED CONTENT: Four people who changed their minds about getting the vaccine

12 February 2022
SPONSORED CONTENT: Four people who changed their minds about getting the vaccine

SPONSORED CONTENT: Four people who changed their minds about getting the vaccine

12 February 2022

There are still thousands of people who have not yet had their vaccinations.


SPONSORED CONTENT: RenewableUK Events 2022

08 February 2022
SPONSORED CONTENT: RenewableUK Events 2022

SPONSORED CONTENT: RenewableUK Events 2022

08 February 2022

An extensive ans impressive list of events from RenewableUK for 2022


Experts reveal the facts about Omicron Variant

31 January 2022
Experts reveal the facts about Omicron Variant

Experts reveal the facts about Omicron Variant

31 January 2022

Latest COVID-19 variant Omicron is highly infectious and still spreading. It is more important than ever we all get vaccinated.


There’s a legion of help in fight against COVID-19

24 January 2022
There’s a legion of help in fight against COVID-19

There’s a legion of help in fight against COVID-19

24 January 2022

There is a legion of volunteers, many veteran Armed Forces personnel, continuing to help with vaccines rollout.


Optimism and hope as we enter 2022

01 January 2022
Optimism and hope as we enter 2022

Optimism and hope as we enter 2022

01 January 2022

NEW Year message from Richard Lochhead, Moray MSP.


Mountain rescue team experience is 'humbling'

12 December 2021
Mountain rescue team experience is 'humbling'

Mountain rescue team experience is 'humbling'

12 December 2021

POLICE Sergeant Allan Masson shares some of his thoughts on being part of Braemar Mountain Rescue Team.


SPONSORED CONTENT: Choose local! It’s the best gift you can give to your community this Christmas

10 December 2021
SPONSORED CONTENT: Choose local! It’s the best gift you can give to your community this Christmas

SPONSORED CONTENT: Choose local! It’s the best gift you can give to your community this Christmas

10 December 2021

Shoppers across the region are being urged to choose local this Christmas and celebrate the very best that the region has to offer.


'Men need to be the solution to ending domestic abuse'

19 November 2021
'Men need to be the solution to ending domestic abuse'

'Men need to be the solution to ending domestic abuse'

19 November 2021

Council praises Moray Violence Against Women and Girls Partnership.


Cost of running Moray's local government elections to rise by £29,000

11 November 2021
Cost of running Moray's local government elections to rise by £29,000

Cost of running Moray's local government elections to rise by £29,000

11 November 2021

Increase expected due to staffing costs and more people choosing postal vote option.


Covid-19 concerns ahead of Joint Community Councils of Moray meeting

11 November 2021
Covid-19 concerns ahead of Joint Community Councils of Moray meeting

Covid-19 concerns ahead of Joint Community Councils of Moray meeting

11 November 2021

First face-to-face meeting in Elgin tonight since beginning of pandemic.


Moray's social care system faces 'perfect storm'

29 October 2021
Moray's social care system faces 'perfect storm'

Moray's social care system faces 'perfect storm'

29 October 2021

Mounting workload and staff shortages putting extra stress on workers.


Moray councillors and officers to be trained in social media use

29 October 2021
Moray councillors and officers to be trained in social media use

Moray councillors and officers to be trained in social media use

29 October 2021

Available guidance found to be out of date.


Moray elderly and disabled must wait for walk-in showers

22 October 2021
Moray elderly and disabled must wait for walk-in showers

Moray elderly and disabled must wait for walk-in showers

22 October 2021

Military veteran amongst those unhappy.


Remote workers favour dog policies at work according to survey

28 April 2021
Remote workers favour dog policies at work according to survey

Remote workers favour dog policies at work according to survey

28 April 2021

Nearly half of home workers favour a policy that allows dogs in the office, a recent survey has found.


Tributes to well-known Pipe Major

13 January 2021
Tributes to well-known Pipe Major

Tributes to well-known Pipe Major

13 January 2021

John ‘Jock’ Cameron (85) from Nairn.


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