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Grass Fire at Elgin

397 days ago
Grass fire at Elgin. FIREFIGHTERS attended a grass fire on the outskirts of the Moray capital yesterday. -> Read more at Northern Scot

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304 days ago
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304 days ago
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309 days ago
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334 days ago
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289 days ago
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323 days ago
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324 days ago
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