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Speyside ultra looks to November date for starter's orders

Speyside ultra looks to November date for starter's orders

DELAYED but not defeated – that was the message coming loud and clear from the organisers of the Speyside Way ultramarathon.


Dallas pupils were up for school lockdown challenges

Dallas pupils were up for school lockdown challenges

Pupils and teachers used technology to maintain a sense of school community throughout the coronavirus lockdown.


Charity advice to help hounds out of lockdown

Charity advice to help hounds out of lockdown

A DOG welfare charity is offering owners hints and tips on preparing their pets for the 'new normal'.


Typhoons from RAF Lossiemouth scrambled to monitor Russian jet are refuelled by VIP Voyager

Typhoons from RAF Lossiemouth scrambled to monitor Russian jet are refuelled by VIP Voyager

RAF Lossie typhoons scrambled to monitor Russian jet undergo air-to-air refuelling from VIP Voyager.


VisitScotland urges virtual visitors to dream and draw

VisitScotland urges virtual visitors to dream and draw

Sketching Scotland video tutorials feature Moray landmark


Highland group host auction for Marie Curie

Highland group host auction for Marie Curie

PLENTY of items are on sale.


Scottish Water finds source of pollution at Sanquhar

Scottish Water finds source of pollution at Sanquhar

Scottish Water were called to investigate when a family found around 20 fish dying at a local beauty spot.


Rehoming centre aiming for the Skye!

Rehoming centre aiming for the Skye!

AFTER a three-month absence due to the lockdown we are delighted to announce the return of Pet of the Week in conjunction with the SSPCA.


Moray education chief hails 'amazing' Moray teachers and pupils

Moray education chief hails 'amazing' Moray teachers and pupils

AS the curtain came down on what has been an unprecedented school year, all those in Moray involved in education have been thanked for their efforts.


Highland League players taking on 24-hour running challenge for MND charity

Highland League players taking on 24-hour running challenge for MND charity

FOUR former Forres Mechanics players are taking part in the run.


Café Rouge to close at Inverness Airport

Café Rouge to close at Inverness Airport

Owners call in administrators


New stairs will open up views from the Tolbooth

New stairs will open up views from the Tolbooth

Forres Heritage Trust has been awarded £20,000 to upgrade the walkway around the Tolbooth clock tower and turn it into a tourist attraction.


End of term in Forres like no other

End of term in Forres like no other

Praise for school staff and pupils


New radio play on Right Lines

New radio play on Right Lines

Alves-based Right Lines Production's radio play 'Morrison's Van' is available to listeners until the end of July.


Moray Wellbeing Hub offers summer events to promote lockdown recovery

Moray Wellbeing Hub offers summer events to promote lockdown recovery

Creativity, parenting tips and body positivity sessions for free


Local welfare season cancelled

Local welfare season cancelled

FORRES and Nairn District Welfare FA has cancelled its upcoming campaign.


Face coverings mandatory in shops from July 10

Face coverings mandatory in shops from July 10

PEOPLE will have to wear face coverings in shops from July 10.


Relief as runway workers' Covid-19 tests negative

Relief as runway workers' Covid-19 tests negative

NHS test results confirmed by UK defence minister


600 Moray homes to get a trim

600 Moray homes to get a trim

Grass cutting service resumes on Monday


Forres firm to be first to launch satellites from Sutherland

Forres firm to be first to launch satellites from Sutherland

Orbex has confirmed that Orbex Prime will be the first vertical launch vehicle to fly into orbit from the new site.


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