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I am passionate about Moray and Aberdeenshire and want to shine a light on all the good things happening there. Help us put a spotlight on the great things people are doing locally.
I was raised in a village by Loch Ness, schooled in Inverness and have chosen to live, work and bring up my family in the Highlands. The stories you care about, I care about.
As a Forres boy now living in Elgin, I'm passionate about issues that matter in Moray. Almost always found at a Highland League, or Elgin City, match at weekends.
We have a great team of reporters and I want to help lead them to produce the best possible local stories that matter to our readers.
As Agriculture and Farming lead, the day to day topics that affect the North-east, Moray and Highland's farmers and crofters are central to ensuring your understanding of the country around us.
Helping a team of reporters craft the best copy possible for both print and online. I want to make sure we tell the stories that are important to you.
Highlighting and uncovering the sporting talent across the Highlands at a level of coverage nobody else does.
I know I want to know what's happening first, so I aim to share that with as many people as possible as quickly as possible. Thankfully, I'm in the best job to be able to do that!
My family have lived and worked in the rural Highlands for generations. I'm proud to be delivering traditional Highland stories, from a progressive outlook as a teenager.
Passionate about telling people's stories, and finding out how world events are impacting us in our day-to-day lives.
Moray born and bred. Proud to come from an area that has produced so much sporting talent over the years. Long may it continue.
My family have stayed in Moray for generations and I am lucky to serve the community. Forres loon in Speyside exile.
Having been brought up in Aberdeenshire, I am interested in covering the varied issues that affect the communities in the region that is home to me.
Born in Dingwall, raised on the Black Isle and with family roots in Wester Ross, it's my privilege to tell stories and reflect what's going on in one of the largest, most beautiful and diverse news patches in the Highlands.