Dr David Worthington is now Professor of History, having led a research and teaching team at its Centre of History since 2011.
Graham Alexander will assist managing director Alan James with operations.
Peter and Celia Hawe intervened when they noticed six cygnets apparently being swept to their doom.
The Captain's Table came up with a novel way of rewarding villagers nominated by customers for helping others during the lockdown.
Jacky Davidson's sale from her garden gate on Darkless Road, Dyke has so far raised £1345 for Moray Food Plus.
Golfers are returning to the greens after phase one of the route out of Scotland's coronavirus lockdown started today (Friday, May 29).
FACT will use £48,000 from the Supporting Communities Fund to provide essential services.
Councillor Claire Feaver and MSP Jamie Halcro Johnston believe contentious proposals could be granted approval without proper scrutiny.
MIRO received 29 entries to a competition they launched in April to name a new Kubota tractor.
An application has been lodged to demolish Direct Laundry Ltd ahead of construction of two townhouses and six flats with associated site works.
Andrew Kemp has been working from home in New Jersey with his wife Marie and children for the last two months.
Donald Smith of the 4th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders is interviewed on Dunkirk: The Forgotten Heroes.
Louise Mason swam, cycled and ran in her Thornhill Crescent back garden to raise funds for Mind UK.
1st Forres Scouts members have been making the best of the coronavirus lockdown.
Gary Murison Photography is encouraging snappers aged 12 to 17 to take part for the chance to win private tuition.
One hundred and seven Findhorn villagers enjoyed a special free delivery as part of the celebrations.
Former Randolph Lane resident John Mackintosh has had his fictional tale A Bank of Lupins published.
The Beavers, Cubs and Scouts are completing a variety of activity badges as well as personal challenges.
The Ecolgia Trust is encouraging participation in the Declutter and Donate initiative on Giving Tuesday.
Forres Area Community Trust have been busy with requests for support during the lockdown.