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PET OF THE WEEK: Can you help Autumn trot off to her forever home?

PET OF THE WEEK: Can you help Autumn trot off to her forever home?

AUTUMN is a quirky mare looking to trot off to an experienced forever home.


Moray Hydropool to invest £30,000 funding

Moray Hydropool to invest £30,000 funding

Moray Hydrotherapy Pool is investing funding from generous benefactors in equipment and running costs.


Moray Hydropool to invest £30,000 funding

Moray Hydropool to invest £30,000 funding

Moray Hydrotherapy Pool is investing funding from generous benefactors in equipment and running costs.


Free lesson in outdoor gym use

Free lesson in outdoor gym use

Anyone interested in using Forres outdoor gym is invited to a free demonstration.


Local group calls for ceasefire in Palestine

Local group calls for ceasefire in Palestine

-The Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign’s Moray branch held a public meeting in Forres to discuss the conflict in the Middle East.


Local group calls for ceasefire in Palestine

Local group calls for ceasefire in Palestine

-The Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign’s Moray branch held a public meeting in Forres to discuss the conflict in the Middle East.


WATCH: Moray triathlete’s maiden Europe cup victory joy shared with family

WATCH: Moray triathlete’s maiden Europe cup victory joy shared with family

Facetime allowed Cameron to share his greatest sporting moment with his family.


Future fashion stars to shine in Aberdeen city show

Future fashion stars to shine in Aberdeen city show

A FASHION show, created by students from Gray’s School of Art will take centre stage in Aberdeen’s Anatomy Rooms next week.


Moravian Orienteers impress at British Championships

Moravian Orienteers impress at British Championships

Gold, silver and bronze medal for Moray hopefuls in Whitby.


Forres Thistle edge out Lossie United in nine-goal thriller

Forres Thistle edge out Lossie United in nine-goal thriller

Seven goals in the opening half hour.


Moray benefits claims continue downward trend

Moray benefits claims continue downward trend

THE number of benefits claimants in Moray has continued to fall, latest year-on-year-figures for March have revealed.


Wink ready to battle multiple Scottish champions for Speyside Stages rally crown

Wink ready to battle multiple Scottish champions for Speyside Stages rally crown

Impressive field will start event at Elgin’s Cooper Park.


Highland League round-up: Forres Mechanics move up the table with win

Highland League round-up: Forres Mechanics move up the table with win

GOALS from Calum Howarth, Craig Mackenzie and Ben Kelly gave Forres the victory.


Buckie go top and close in on Highland League title after seven-goal romp

Buckie go top and close in on Highland League title after seven-goal romp

A win over Keith should secure glory for Jags providing Brechin don’t run riot in Brora.


‘Pregnancy fair’ organised for Findhorn

‘Pregnancy fair’ organised for Findhorn

Findhorn’s Positive Pregnancy fair will feature a café, face painting, games, stalls and other activities.


Invite to drop-in to discuss new Forres Academy site

Invite to drop-in to discuss new Forres Academy site

The community is being asked to attend a drop-in to discuss the final site options for the new Forres Academy.


Local space company offering five internships

Local space company offering five internships

Forres Enterprise Park-based Orbex is recruiting for its annual internship programme.


Murrayfield final will mean to the world to Moray Rugby Club hero

Murrayfield final will mean to the world to Moray Rugby Club hero

Millar’s last-gasp kick secured a thrilling 39-37 victory at Morriston.


NHS Grampian needs £0.5bn more to manage ‘failed infrastructure’ — as Scottish Government only funding ‘fraction’

NHS Grampian needs £0.5bn more to manage ‘failed infrastructure’ — as Scottish Government only funding ‘fraction’

NHS Grampian’s “failed infrastructure” has been upgraded to the highest category — with funding half a billion pounds less than improvements bill.


Buckie set to top Highland League with five-goal victory or better at Strathspey tonight

Buckie set to top Highland League with five-goal victory or better at Strathspey tonight

Brechin could only win 1-0 at Keith last night so Jags will aim to score big in Grantown and seize top spot.


Scottish Government yet to approve NHS Grampian’s £36 million cuts budget

Scottish Government yet to approve NHS Grampian’s £36 million cuts budget

DESPITE agreeing £36 million of cuts last month, NHS Grampian’s budget still has not been signed off by the Scottish Government.


Longside hit six to virtually end Forres promotion hopes

Longside hit six to virtually end Forres promotion hopes

Jags’ push for the Premier League looks beyond them now.


Ross urges local MSPs to back scrapping of ‘dangerous’ Hate Crime Act

Ross urges local MSPs to back scrapping of ‘dangerous’ Hate Crime Act

MORAY MP Douglas Ross has urged local MSPs to back Scottish Conservative calls to scrap the “dangerous” Hate Crime Act.


President’s team victorious as Forres Bowling Club open new summer season

President’s team victorious as Forres Bowling Club open new summer season

Club will stage taster sessions this weekend for anyone keen to take up the sport.


Harsh 6-1 Brechin defeat stings boss as Forres weigh up winning finish

Harsh 6-1 Brechin defeat stings boss as Forres weigh up winning finish

Mechanics led league leaders until injury played a big part.


Kinloss leader becomes Moray’s first Queen’s Guide Award recipient in eight years

Kinloss leader becomes Moray’s first Queen’s Guide Award recipient in eight years

Laura Smith received her award at a ceremony in front of friends and family.


Buckie thump Strathspey to join Brechin at top of Highland League

Buckie thump Strathspey to join Brechin at top of Highland League

Jags are just three goals behind leaders and meet Strathspey again on Wednesday.


PICTURES: Moray landmarks blue for World Parkinson’s Day

PICTURES: Moray landmarks blue for World Parkinson’s Day

MORAY landmarks were illuminated in blue last week to raise awareness of Parkinson’s on World Parkinson’s Day.


Gordonstoun announces £15million upgrade

Gordonstoun announces £15million upgrade

Includes solar farm, sixth form campus and coastguard centre


PICTURES: Moray reach Murrayfield final after comeback win over Linlithgow

PICTURES: Moray reach Murrayfield final after comeback win over Linlithgow

Inspired revival from 24 points down to win pulsating encounter.


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