A woman who has cared for some of the most important industrial heritage sites in the world has been appointed to a new role tasked with the same mission in Moray.
Students living in the Cabrach are being invited to apply for a grant to help with the cost of their studies.
The hidden role a tiny Moray community played in the birth of Scotland's national drink will be uncovered as part of a multimillion-pound regeneration project.
Creative suggestions are being sought to help protect a remote memorial to north-east soldiers from being damaged by livestock.
Work is expected to begin this year on transforming an abandoned Moray farm into a distillery showcasing historical practices after campaigners received a funding boost.
His Royal Highness, The Duke of Rothesay, visited and laid a wreath at the Cabrach Cairn, Huntly, on Sunday (August 23).
A nuclear bunker built in Moray in order to protect military forces at the height of the Cold War is to be opened to the public for the first time.
The group behind plans to rejuvenate an isolated part of Moray believe its rugged landscape could be transformed into a visitor attraction.
Plans to revive a rural Moray community by capitalising on its whisky heritage have been boosted by the appointment of a new manager to lead the project.
Multimillion-pound plans have been unveiled to breathe fresh life into a Moray community with a new distillery and visitor centre.
The proposed Dorenell windfarm in Moray came under the spotlight yesterday at an open day.
Moray Council has approved plans to rejuvenate a rural community by creating a distillery and heritage centre, which celebrates its role in the birth of the whisky industry.
An unassuming field stuck in the middle of Cabrach seems like an unlikely place for a Cold War stronghold.
A Moray charity is inviting local children to help uncover an ancient farm steading and reveal secrets of the past from before the time of the Jacobites.
A photography student is preparing to showcase her work after exploring the history of abandoned farms across the north-east.
Historic school buildings in a rural Moray community could be given a new lease of life as part of a £5million visitor attraction.
It is a part of north-east Scotland which was almost completely destroyed by the ravages of the Great War.
The community group behind plans to build a new distillery in Moray have marked a milestone in the development by releasing images of a whisky-themed play area.
Divisive plans for a 60-turbine wind farm on the Glenfiddich Estate have been approved.
Two projects in Moray, aimed at boosting tourism in the region through traditional skills, are sharing a funding boost of more than £500,000.
The Duke of Rothesay is to pay tribute to the members of a tight-knit north-east community who lost their lives during the First World War.
The First World War redefined the standards by which the impact of conflict could be felt, but one north-east community was still ravaged to an unimaginable degree.
Four rural roads will not be gritted this winter prompting fears school pupils and commuters could be cut off.
Opposing sides of a controversial wind farm development in Moray have clashed at a heated public exhibition.
A wildlife charity is calling for an urgent meeting with prosecutors after they dropped charges against a former north-east gamekeeper, accused of illegally shooting a bird of prey.
Plans to increase the number and size of turbines at a controversial windfarm in Moray are going on display to the public next week.
A £60million Aberdeenshire windfarm will be officially opened today.
Under the auspices of Deveron Arts, Aidan O’Rourke travelled around north-east Scotland visiting abandoned places earlier this year and he has now written and recorded a suite of tunes inspired by these places. Cheryl Livingstone finds out more
A number of routes which had been closed by severe winter weather over the past few weeks reopened today.
Overnight snow has closed several roads in the north as wintry weather continues to sweep the country.
The snow gates on the A939 Tomintoul to Corgarff road in Moray were opened again on both sides of the Lecht for the first time since Wednesday.
Good morning P&J readers. Temperatures are certainly milder today and adverse road conditions are starting to clear.