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Candidates questioned by Forres Academy pupils at local election hustings

Candidates questioned by Forres Academy pupils at local election hustings

Candidates questioned by Forres Academy pupils at local election hustings

Voting teenagers teenagers formed a panel to question local election candidates at Forres Tolbooth.


Leanchoil memories shared over teas

Leanchoil memories shared over teas

Leanchoil memories shared over teas

Over 20 people attended Memory Teas at the Tolbooth to take part in a new Leanchoil heritage project.


Be a part of a new community growing project

Be a part of a new community growing project

Be a part of a new community growing project

Forres Friends of Woods and Fields want potential volunteers to visit their land between Chapleton and Sanquhar.


Army digs in to help at Dallas

Army digs in to help at Dallas

Army digs in to help at Dallas

Dallas Primary enlisted 53 Field Squadron Royal Engineers in erecting a polytunnel on land gifted to the school.


Pupil survey shows not all like changes

Pupil survey shows not all like changes

Pupil survey shows not all like changes

Fifth year Ben Stewart has analysed the results of his survey on face masks and shared break times.


Pilmuir earns a Green Flag

Pilmuir earns a Green Flag

Pilmuir earns a Green Flag

Environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful recognises Pilmuir's commitment to the Eco-Schools Scotland programme.


Pupils win £3k for Moray Firth RNLI

Pupils win £3k for Moray Firth RNLI

Pupils win £3k for Moray Firth RNLI

Brooke Wright, Katie Mitchell and Esme Bews won this year’s annual Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) challenge.


RGU to share free online workshops as part of World Art Day celebrations

RGU to share free online workshops as part of World Art Day celebrations

RGU to share free online workshops as part of World Art Day celebrations

FOR World Art Day, RGU is sharing free access to a series of practical online arts workshops to help foster art in the north-east.


Colleges launch 1800 funded learning spaces to address the social care crisis

Colleges launch 1800 funded learning spaces to address the social care crisis

Colleges launch 1800 funded learning spaces to address the social care crisis

COLLEGES across Scotland have joined forces to in an attempt to address the social care recruitment crisis.


Free uniforms at eco-shop

Free uniforms at eco-shop

Free uniforms at eco-shop

Dyke Primary eco-outlet encourages people to reduce, re-use and recycle clothing.


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