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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.


Gillian is carer of the month

Gillian is carer of the month

Gillian is carer of the month

Tytler Street resident Gillian Ross has been named Carer of the Month UK.


Residents and staff rave it up

Residents and staff rave it up

Residents and staff rave it up

Meadowlark Care Home enjoyed silent discos, live performances and musical movies during Festival Week.


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.


FLexercising for 65 years

FLexercising for 65 years

FLexercising for 65 years

Pam Watson celebrated 65 years of teaching FLexercise sessions with 80 class attendees.


Ross urges MSPs to back Right to Recovery Bill

Ross urges MSPs to back Right to Recovery Bill

Ross urges MSPs to back Right to Recovery Bill

MORAY MP Douglas Ross is urging the SNP Government to support his landmark Right to Recovery Bill to tackle Scotland’s drug death crisis.


Keep children safe this summer

Keep children safe this summer

Keep children safe this summer

MORAY locals are being urged to keep an eye on child safety during the summer holidays.


Mental wellbeing group The Men Who launches Moray and Nairn branch

Mental wellbeing group The Men Who launches Moray and Nairn branch

Mental wellbeing group The Men Who launches Moray and Nairn branch

IN-PERSON sessions will take place at Mosset Park in Forres.


Funding boost for walk project

Funding boost for walk project

Funding boost for walk project

The Dava Way Association was chosen by the public to receive £4000 to o improve access to the route.


Pop stars visit academy to offer message

Pop stars visit academy to offer message

Pop stars visit academy to offer message

As well as to promote their new single, Juna N Joey are visiting schools to talk to pupils about mental health and bullying.


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