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Over £7000 raised for My Name'5 Doddie Foundation by Highland League legends' 24-hour run this weekend in support of Martin Johnston's Motor Neurone Disease fight

Over £7000 raised for My Name'5 Doddie Foundation by Highland League legends' 24-hour run this weekend in support of Martin Johnston's Motor Neurone Disease fight

A 24-hour running challenge inspired by former Elgin City striker Martin Johnston’s battle with motor neurone disease has smashed its £5000 target.


Tourism and retail to reopen next week alongside pubs and childcare

Tourism and retail to reopen next week alongside pubs and childcare

Scotland moves into phase 3 of route out of lockdown


Kinloss team support Moray Food Plus

Kinloss team support Moray Food Plus

Run equivalent of John O'Groats to Land's End


Warning over danger to dogs

Warning over danger to dogs

Signs have been put up at Loch of Blairs to make visitors aware of the potential dangers of algae in the water.


Moray Waste Busters to re-open

Moray Waste Busters to re-open

The charity will be diverting waste from landfill and reinvesting the resources generated back into the community as of July 20.


Foreign travel restrictions eased from Friday

Foreign travel restrictions eased from Friday

But Spain still on quarantine list


One new coronavirus case, no new deaths in Moray

One new coronavirus case, no new deaths in Moray

THERE have now been 87 confirmed cases since the outbreak began, with 20 deaths.


What are long-term effects of Covid?

What are long-term effects of Covid?

Moray's MSP writes to Jeanne Freeman


Charlie Rowley marks a decade as Forres Mechanics manager

Charlie Rowley marks a decade as Forres Mechanics manager

THE Cans boss is the longest serving manager in the Highland League.


New immigration system would harm Moray, says MSP

New immigration system would harm Moray, says MSP

Lochhead urges Westminster re-think


Affordable homes construction can assist economy's recovery

Affordable homes construction can assist economy's recovery

Calls are being made for a commitment to delivering 53,000 affordable homes over the next Scottish Parliament.


Resignations at new Moray tourist organisation

Resignations at new Moray tourist organisation

6 of 15 board members stand down


Cancer charity set to reopen patient accommodation

Cancer charity set to reopen patient accommodation

A BED and breakfast facility for people undergoing cancer treatment is reopening.


Thank you from everyone in Moray

Thank you from everyone in Moray

Eloquent words in praise of the NHS


Major economic stimulus package needed, says Sturgeon

Major economic stimulus package needed, says Sturgeon

Call for £80billion


Majority of Moray employees comfortable with returning to work

Majority of Moray employees comfortable with returning to work

Chamber of Commerce survey


Moray optimistic about reopening

Moray optimistic about reopening

- but split about visitors


Ross seeks headway on tariffs hitting Moray exports

Ross seeks headway on tariffs hitting Moray exports

US-EU trade dispute


Beer gardens ready to welcome back customers

Beer gardens ready to welcome back customers

BEER gardens ready to welcome back customers.


Concern over travellers at Enterprise Park

Concern over travellers at Enterprise Park

A group of travellers have occupied land on either side of Southside Road for weeks.


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