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Jacky Davidson's sale from her garden gate on Darkless Road, Dyke has so far raised £1345 for Moray Food Plus.
ENERGY giant Scottish Power has signed up to the C-19 Business Pledgeto help customers, colleagues and communities through the Covid-19 crisis.
THE number of cases confirmed since the outbreak began remains 77.
THE First Minister has given the green light for families to meet up again but only outdoors.
North-east raised Emeli Sande gets behind new appeal
IT Central founder creates club to help parents and children safely get to grips with technology
STAGE three of the Scottish Government's plan to ease lockdown restrictions would see the phased re-opening of colleges and universities.
'DON'T let cancer become the forgotten 'C'.
FACT will use £48,000 from the Supporting Communities Fund to provide essential services.
EXTRA financial support will be given to social care workers in Scotland during the coronavirus emergency, it has been announced.
FINANCE Secretary Kate Forbes has urged the UK Government to provide certainty when announcing funding for Scotland to tackle the Covid crisis.