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Environmentalist reports wildfowlers for "illegal" gathering

Environmentalist reports wildfowlers for "illegal" gathering

Environmentalist reports wildfowlers for "illegal" gathering

Spencer Julian claims that a friend took a picture of 10 wildfowlers gathered by vehicles at Findhorn Bay.


Flood alert for this weekend

Flood alert for this weekend

Flood alert for this weekend

SEPA has issued issued a flood alert for the Findhorn, Nairn, Moray and Speyside areas.


£1.7k for relief fund after Marie steps up

£1.7k for relief fund after Marie steps up

£1.7k for relief fund after Marie steps up

Marie Jacques handed over £1700 to the Moray Emergency Relief Fund and £160 to a local author writing a guide to the Moray Way.


Culbin fires covered area the size of 28 football pitches

Culbin fires covered area the size of 28 football pitches

Culbin fires covered area the size of 28 football pitches

Fires in Culbin Forest over recent weekends burned areas over 15 hectares.


Volunteers help battle green giants

Volunteers help battle green giants

Volunteers help battle green giants

Findhorn, Nairn and Lossie Fisheries Trust, and Wild Things, have managed to hold back the Giant Hogweed tide despite the lockdown.


Town Hall set to get a new lease of life

Town Hall set to get a new lease of life

Town Hall set to get a new lease of life

Forres Area Community Trust have applied to restore and make extensive changes to Forres Town Hall.


Permission granted for 112 new homes in Forres

Permission granted for 112 new homes in Forres

Permission granted for 112 new homes in Forres

Moray Council planners approved the building of 84 private and 28 affordable homes at the 7.6 hectare Knockomie site.


Police monitoring motor complaints

Police monitoring motor complaints

Police monitoring motor complaints

Forres Community Council passed on examples they regularly experience themselves to contacted Inspector Kerry Rigg.


MIRO awarded £500 to cover increased costs

MIRO awarded £500 to cover increased costs

MIRO awarded £500 to cover increased costs

Easing of lockdown restrictions, good weather and uncertainty around holidaying abroad has brought unprecedented numbers of visitors.


Warning signs are broken at Roysvale

Warning signs are broken at Roysvale

Warning signs are broken at Roysvale

The warnings were initially screwed into trees before being removed on environmental grounds and mounted on poles.


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