Kevin McQuillan, who has lived in China for the last 14 years, says life there is almost back to normal as the threat of coronavirus subsides.
Staff are as impressed as the residents by the talent now pinned to the walls at Cameron Court.
John Finnie has called on Moray Health and Social Care to urgently address concerns around a reduction in home-care support.
A vacant field behind a local beauty spot has been offered as a community garden.
Ed Walling has created a series of internet videos with instruction on making displays and planting vegetables.
Forres Footpaths Trust are offering a series of free route guides from their website.
Musicians are being encouraged to play during Clap For Carers on Thursday at 8pm.
Maclean's Highland Bakery is dropping off free fresh bread at hospitals and health centres.
Mark Donald of Castle Street took six weeks to build a seven foot robot known in the franchise as K-2SO.
Wild Things will use £7500 from the Berry Burn wind farm Community Fund towards the cost of a new minibus.
39 Engineer Regiment is following guidance from government.
Finderne Development Trust is working with 40 local volunteers to co-ordinate assistance from a friendly phone call to shopping.
Two members of a spiritual community have become town criers during the coronavirus lockdown.
Staff at Meadowlark and Cathay care homes are finding ways to entertain while subject to clinical safety guidance.
Villagers disagree over the necessity of a sign warning against driving into Findhorn unless absolutely necessary.
Lorenz Gramann's 'Inner Climate Change' focuses on the effects of last April's Climate Change and Consciousness conference.
Active Schools is encouraging families to keep fit via social media during the coronavirus lockdown.
Leanchoil Trust chairman Graham Hilditch is keen to see the former hospital put to good use once again.
Forres Mechanics is encouraging its younger players to keep their fitness up during the coronavirus lockdown.
On Saturday, April 25 at 7.30pm Right Lines Productions is streaming Rapid Departure filmed at Rafford Village Hall in 2015.