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"Enough is enough": Moray community "besieged" by wind farms

"Enough is enough": Moray community "besieged" by wind farms

A "fragile" Moray community say they have "exhausted all avenues" as they try to prevent further developments.


Is 20 plenty? Moray Council debate on school behaviour centres around class size

Is 20 plenty? Moray Council debate on school behaviour centres around class size

SUBSTANCE misuse, vandalism, verbal abuse and the ever-growing problem of pupils leaving classrooms to wander around school buildings.


Qigong taster at Alves Village Hall

Qigong taster at Alves Village Hall

A group of over-55s tried the Chinese martial art at a free taster event organised by the Royal Voluntary Service.


Holyrood hears 2030 A96 dualling pledge 'abandoned', in line with Northern Scot investigation

Holyrood hears 2030 A96 dualling pledge 'abandoned', in line with Northern Scot investigation

TRANSPORT secretary Fiona Hyslop MSP failed to address claims made in an exclusive Northern Scot A96 investigation, when questioned at Holyrood today.


PICTURES: Elgin City women defeat Huntly

PICTURES: Elgin City women defeat Huntly

Two wins out of two for the year for the Black and Whites.


PICTURES: Moray see off Aberdeenshire to progress in National Shield

PICTURES: Moray see off Aberdeenshire to progress in National Shield

Seven tries take home side to victory at Morriston.


Moray Join the Dots to shine spotlight on wellbeing, technology and climate action

Moray Join the Dots to shine spotlight on wellbeing, technology and climate action

WELLBEING, technology and climate action are set to take centre stage at a conference for Moray community groups.


Adam chosen to lead Scottish Parliament Human Rights Committee

Adam chosen to lead Scottish Parliament Human Rights Committee

A NORTH-east MSP has been chosen to lead the Scottish Parliament's Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee.


WATCH: First Minister denies A96 dualling 2030 deadline was scrapped years ago, claims 'we were always upfront'

WATCH: First Minister denies A96 dualling 2030 deadline was scrapped years ago, claims 'we were always upfront'

HUMZA Yousaf has denied that the Scottish Government scrapped the 2030 target for dualling the A96 more than three years ago.


What do you think about Dallas Dhu?

What do you think about Dallas Dhu?

Exhibition regarding 180 new homes near Forres


Sporting trophy makes remarkable return to Moray

Sporting trophy makes remarkable return to Moray

Nationwide hunt tracks down historic prize 650 miles away.


Meeting held fortnight after death of Elgin bus driver Keith Rollinson on ensuring public safety and tackling anti-social behaviour

Meeting held fortnight after death of Elgin bus driver Keith Rollinson on ensuring public safety and tackling anti-social behaviour

MORAY politicians, Stagecoach and Police Scotland say they are "committed" to working together to support the local community.


Moray distillery donates life saving equipment to mountain rescue team

Moray distillery donates life saving equipment to mountain rescue team

THE equipment could prove vital in saving even more lives.


WATCH: Cameron close to 100 Elgin City goals and a 500th start

WATCH: Cameron close to 100 Elgin City goals and a 500th start

The 32-year-old is City's record appearance-maker and third top scorer in their SPFL era.


Founder of Dunphail Distillery charged with conspiracy to murder

Founder of Dunphail Distillery charged with conspiracy to murder

Dariusz Plazewski – whose birth name is Lucasz Ratajewski – is accused of living a double life since moving to the UK in 2004.


First Minister Humza Yousaf visits Moray in election push

First Minister Humza Yousaf visits Moray in election push

Hear what the First Minister had to say about his election priorities – and how critics have responded.


Ross hails whisky industry 'resilience' as Scotch exports hit £5.6bn

Ross hails whisky industry 'resilience' as Scotch exports hit £5.6bn

Moray MP Douglas Ross has hailed the “strength and resilience” of the Scotch whisky industry as the value of its exports hit £5.6 billion in 2023.


Pitch issues caused by winter training sessions 'frustrating' admits Forres Mechanics manager

Pitch issues caused by winter training sessions 'frustrating' admits Forres Mechanics manager

FORRES Mechanics manager Steven MacDonald admitted that having so many home games called off was 'frustrating'.


PICTURES: Humza Yousaf praises Moray solar firm during visit

PICTURES: Humza Yousaf praises Moray solar firm during visit

FIRST Minister Humza Yousaf praised the work of a pioneering local solar firm while visiting Forres on Saturday.


Moray Wellbeing Fair to take place at New Elgin Hall

Moray Wellbeing Fair to take place at New Elgin Hall

THERE will be different stalls offering a variety of items to purchase, treatments/tasters to try, and readings to experience.


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