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NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

Comparing the opportunities that a tiny 28-pupil school can provide with what can be offered in a city school, isn’t comparing like with like.


WATCH: Get in the mix with Moray Cocktail Week

WATCH: Get in the mix with Moray Cocktail Week

MORAY Cocktail Week will showcase the best area has to offer.


1000 new GPs vow as Moray MP launches new healthcare policy for Scottish Conservatives

1000 new GPs vow as Moray MP launches new healthcare policy for Scottish Conservatives

IMPROVING rural healthcare in areas like Moray is one of the main planks of a new policy launched by Moray Conservative MP Douglas Ross.


Moray badminton schoolboy wins treble at national event

Moray badminton schoolboy wins treble at national event

Inverness competition attracted some of Scotland's best young players.


PICTURES: Hundreds take part in Masters Cross Country Championship in Forres' Grant Park

PICTURES: Hundreds take part in Masters Cross Country Championship in Forres' Grant Park

TWO races got under starters' orders – a Masters Men 40-64, which 106 competitors, and a Master's Woman and Men 65+, with 94.


Forres In Bloom shortlisted for Britain In Bloom

Forres In Bloom shortlisted for Britain In Bloom

Four groups successful in 2023's Beautiful Scotland competition have reached the UK-wide Britain in Bloom final.


Forres businessman jailed for sexual assault

Forres businessman jailed for sexual assault

Mike Ramsay was MD at Scotland Electronics.


Moray Council Chief Executive announces retirement

Moray Council Chief Executive announces retirement

RODDY Burns will step down from the role later this year.


Teenager accused of murdering Elgin bus driver in court again

Teenager accused of murdering Elgin bus driver in court again

15-year-old charged with the death of Keith Rollinson.


AES Solar's founder to step down after 40 years

AES Solar's founder to step down after 40 years

George Goudsmit is stepping down and management will be taken over by the existing senior leadership team.


Scottish SPCA launch urgent rehome plea for Bully XLs

Scottish SPCA launch urgent rehome plea for Bully XLs

THE Scottish SPCA is urgently seeking homes for four XL bully type dogs in their care.


SSEN Transmission will show power line's preferred route at new public events

SSEN Transmission will show power line's preferred route at new public events

SSEN have narrowed down proposals for their 'preferred' routes for a new power line and are hosting events along its route from Beauly to Peterhead.


Forres Mechanics boss 'disappointed' by transfer policy criticism

Forres Mechanics boss 'disappointed' by transfer policy criticism

THERE was much criticism online after the announcement of Shaun Cameron's departure.


Wildlife Watch: Barn owls could have died due to heavy snow

Wildlife Watch: Barn owls could have died due to heavy snow

Wildlife Watch: Our man Merlin ponders over deaths of barn owls.


EXCLUSIVE: Piping to return to Forres this summer as town to host British Championships

EXCLUSIVE: Piping to return to Forres this summer as town to host British Championships

ANDY Macdonald, the man behind MacMoray Festivals, has been successful in his bid to bring the British Pipe Band Championships to town.


Bowling Club raises £1100 for charity with competition in memory of former player

Bowling Club raises £1100 for charity with competition in memory of former player

THE money has been raised for Quarriers Moray.


PICTURES: Moray remembers Keith Rollinson

PICTURES: Moray remembers Keith Rollinson

Large crowd at candle-lit vigil in bus driver's honour.


Energy advice offer for Moray community groups

Energy advice offer for Moray community groups

MORAY community groups are being offered advice on how to make their premises more energy efficient.


Pupils help to rejuvenate Cluny Hill

Pupils help to rejuvenate Cluny Hill

Primary 6s from Anderson’s Primary School were invited to help plant trees as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy project.


PET OF THE WEEK: Forever home would be super duper for Cooper

PET OF THE WEEK: Forever home would be super duper for Cooper

COOPER is a young black cat who is ready for his forever home.


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