Since the credit crunch it has become more difficult for people on low incomes to get credit from banks and other major lenders.
Steve Montgomery, Managing Director of ScotRail has announced today that ScotRail have launched a £100,000 fund which will help communities across Scotland.
A major new Development and Innovation Centre for international IT services company Atos, has been officially opened by Scottis Government Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment, Richard Lochhead MSP.
Heartstone, Dingwall based organisation, has successfully secured the involvement of Barrie Osborne, producer: Lord of the Rings movies, who would like to produce 4 movies from ‘The Heartstone Odyssey’ trilogy and a range of associated media products. He is coming to Scotland on 27 and 28 May en route from Cannes, to present this project to interested potential investment partners.
A pair of artistic pupils are the toast of Milne’s Primary School in Fochabers after winning a design competition promoting recycling in Moray.
123 Pipe Bands have registered to play in the European Pipe Band Championships.
The leaders of all political groups in Moray Council have come together to help radically reshape service delivery in the area.
Well done to member business Netdatatel, who have been shortlisted through to the finals of the Comms Business Awards 2013, which will take place in London on the 20th June.
An investment package worth £6.5 million to further develop oil and gas, and other energy, training courses has been announced by the First Minister Alex Salmond.
Moray Council is consulting over proposals to change the library services in Moray. The proposals are to close libraries in Portknockie, Findochty, Cullen, Burghead, Hopeman, Rothes and Dufftown and 1 mobile unit.