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Scottish Water acts to counter Mosset Burn pollution

Scottish Water acts to counter Mosset Burn pollution

Scottish Water acts to counter Mosset Burn pollution

Debris causing overflow problem cleared.


Volunteer appeal launched for Great British Beach Clean Up

Volunteer appeal launched for Great British Beach Clean Up

Volunteer appeal launched for Great British Beach Clean Up

THE Marine Conservation Society’s annual Great British Beach Clean is back and appealing for volunteers.


Outdoor gym target raised

Outdoor gym target raised

Outdoor gym target raised

The team pushing for an outdoor gym for Forres has reached its funding target of £72,000.


Speed limit consultation

Speed limit consultation

Speed limit consultation

Moray Council is proposing to keep a temporary 30mph speed limit on the Grantown road and introduce a 40mph buffer zone.


Scottish Water responds to Forres flash flood

Scottish Water responds to Forres flash flood

Scottish Water responds to Forres flash flood

A local team is cleaning up affected areas, particularly those affected by sewage overspill including at South Street and Orchard Road.


Councillor calls for gull prevention

Councillor calls for gull prevention

Councillor calls for gull prevention

Moray Council is calling on council tenants to report seagulls nesting on their roofs so that they can be removed.


Flash floods hit Forres on hottest day in UK history

Flash floods hit Forres on hottest day in UK history

Flash floods hit Forres on hottest day in UK history

FLOODING hit Forbeshill and Fleurs in the town.


Roads maintenance in town

Roads maintenance in town

Roads maintenance in town

Passage for pedestrians and motorists in Forres is being upgraded.


Energy firm on a mission to go green

Energy firm on a mission to go green

Energy firm on a mission to go green

The company responsible for the transmission network across the north of Scotland is set to spend millions on reducing its carbon emissions.


Community is growing together

Community is growing together

Community is growing together

Parents, teachers, volunteers and local businesses are helping Dyke Primary pupils regrow a village nature garden.


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