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IT was time to reach for the stars when the Astronomer Royal for Scotland officially opened Aberdeen Science Centre.
THE approach to learning Gaelic is set to be transformed when a new comprehensive language learning course, SpeakGaelic, launches this Friday.
Phyl Bradley is retiring today, having administrated Pilmuir Primary since May 1987.
The 51st annual Forres Youth Concert is now available to watch for free.
The Friends of the Falconer Museum have repeatedly challenged the decision to close the 150-year-old institution permanently.
THE twins started the nursery together in August.
Glasgow School of Art’s Innovation School will use its new hydroponic pool for aquaculture to explore green initiatives.
SENIOR pupils' results were decided via teacher assessment.
A NEW school year brings with it challenges, but as society inches it way out of pandemic restrictions this will be one like no other seen before.
Moray Food Plus is running projects in Forres aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of local men.
GRADES across S4, S5 and S6 in Moray are broadly in line with last year's and remain up on pre-pandemic sessions.
Local youngsters took part in the year-long music making programme.
NURSERY-age children across Moray will now be eligible for increased childcare hours thanks to a new Scotland-wide scheme.
A PROGRAMME aimed at fostering young people's leadership skills has been relaunched.
Forres Library, back to its original opening hour, is running a reading challenge.
1st Forres Scout Group kayaked around Blairs Loch from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, raising more than £1000 for Friends of Blairs Loch
THE NESCol part-time guide for 2021/22 courses running from late August onwards has been launched online.