Renaissance Care has been shortlisted for awards for ‘setting new standards of excellence’.
Findhorn's Ecologia Youth Trust is gathering stories from some of the many people who have benefited from their support.
Mark Donald has added a fourth home-made space ship to the memorabilia collection in his back garden.
Wind In The Willows has been the only planned event to go ahead at Logie Steading since March.
Moray Firth Credit Union offers more than 3000 members saving facilities and loans at favourable rates of interest.
Forres Area Community Trust have applied to restore and make extensive changes to Forres Town Hall.
Forres Area Community Trust are offering older people returning home from hospital 'back home boxes'.
Moray Council planners approved the building of 84 private and 28 affordable homes at the 7.6 hectare Knockomie site.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise wants to provide flexible business space for start-ups, inward investors or expanding companies.
Michael Rhind wants to see some of the recently agreed Moray Growth Deal invested in Forres-local facilities.
Bert Logie was invited to the televised National Memorial Arboretum event on the 75th anniversary of Victory over Japan Day.
Easing of lockdown restrictions, good weather and uncertainty around holidaying abroad has brought unprecedented numbers of visitors.
Local businesses are taking part in the Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme offering repairs of up to £50 per person.
The warnings were initially screwed into trees before being removed on environmental grounds and mounted on poles.
Nearly a year after Douglas Urquhart raised his complaint, a local walkway remains overgrown and unusable.
St Leonard's Road residents believe more motorists, driving heavy goods vehicles in particular, are using the hill.
Friends of Blairs Loch have built a bird hide on the water's edge and a bridge to an island picnic table with a panoramic view.
Forres Heritage Trust has worked with film producers Flying Mirrors on three short films of virtual tours.
Acutek's 'Lo Fi Warp' EP hit the top of the Beatport charts, a first for the 29-year-old DJ also known as Duncan Falconer from High Street, Forres.
Increasing numbers of people are having issues with Universal Credit and Personal Independence Payment.