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Festival boosts economy and offers ‘tremendous platform’

An arts and culture festival that is bringing substantial economic benefit to the Forres area is also, according to one of its...
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Beer festival is back for second year

The Forres Foot-Tapper Real Ale festival held in the Mosset Tavern last year, is coming back, and promising more beers, more music...
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Performers will dance till they drop

A troupe of performers have saved the last dance for a local audience as it shimmies, jives and tangos into Findhorn next...
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Findhorn Bay Arts brings ‘Creative Regeneration’ award to Forres

Findhorn Bay Arts, the non-profit organisation that delivers a wide and varied programme of arts and cultural activities locally, has won a...
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Santa begins tour of Forres

Santa will be touring Forres and Kinloss for the next two weeks, and this year, he'll be stopping at the roadside instead of...
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Festival counts successes with footfall of more than 10,000

It is estimated that more than 10,000 people attended more than 100 events in the third Findhorn Bay Festival which ended on Monday 1...
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Findhorn Bay Festival – Secret Studio Tour (Review)

Moray Art Centre was a fitting pick-up point for a tour of artists’ studios and art exhibitions during Findhorn Bay Festival.
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The Buke of the Howlat (Review)

Brodie Castle, World Premiere 26.09.18 Good books always end up as a film or theatre production, but 600 years...
Duncan Chisholm: The Gathering – Findhorn Bay Festival

Duncan Chisholm: The Gathering (Review)

St Laurence Church, Forres – 26.09.18 It’s nearly 200 years since German composer Felix Mendelssohn famously visited the west coast island of Staffa and was...
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Festival in a Day

Street Theatre - Let's Circus with Steve Cousins The Findhorn Bay Festival is about to descend on the...
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National news

Coronavirus: Too early to declare international health emergency, says WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said it is "too early" to declare an international public health emergency over the coronavirus outbreak as six...

In pictures: Scotland’s ten most scenic mountains and Munros

All 282 of Scotland’s Munros have their own charm, but these 10 are a cut above when it comes to scenery. Source: Scotsman Read full story:...

Brexit: MSPs told EU would take London's lead in recognising an independent Scotland

The European Union will not countenance an independent Scotland unless separation from the rest of the UK is legal and officially recognised by London,...

What the SNP should learn from Robert Burns – Gina Davidson

Opposition parties’ attacks on the SNP’s record in office are set to dramatically increase ahead of the 2021 Holyrood election – helped by pesky...

How we are sleepwalking into a real-life Matrix – Jim Duffy

Young people are hooked up to a virtual world where their data can be manipulated in sinister ways, writes Jim Duffy. Source: Scotsman Read full story:...