As glasses are raised across the north-east and Moray for the Spirit of Speyside festival, work continues on grand plans to celebrate the illicit history of Scotland’s national drink and its connection to one of Scotland’s most remote communities.
A project to revitalise an abandoned Moray farm as a whisky tourist attraction has moved a step closer to realisation.
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.
Police have launched an investigation after a quad bike was stolen in rural Aberdeenshire.
A consultation has been launched about the possibility of removing 14 public payphones in Moray.
Plans were yesterday unveiled for a new £6.5million visitor attraction in Moray.
Moray Council has objected to four public telephones being removed by BT.
A new organisation dedicated to boosting Doric has awarded its first round of funding to help groups across the north-east promote the language.
Archaeologists have begun excavating a north-east farm to uncover what is believed to be one of the first legal distilleries in Scotland.
It is a part of north-east Scotland which was almost completely destroyed by the ravages of the Great War.
A group of six Scottish estates has joined forces to promote meat from game birds to the public.
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 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.
An unassuming field stuck in the middle of Cabrach seems like an unlikely place for a Cold War stronghold.
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.
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.
Students living in the Cabrach are being invited to apply for a grant to help with the cost of their studies.
It was very much ladies day at the annual show and sale of Young Farmers’ overwintered cattle at United Auctions’ Huntly Mart, when two teenage girls scooped the top honours.
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 group behind plans to rejuvenate an isolated part of Moray believe its rugged landscape could be transformed into a visitor attraction.
Firefighters have worked through the night tackling a huge wildfire in Moray.
A senior planning officer at Moray Council believes assigning “special” status to some of the area’s most spectacular landscapes will help support some of the region’s most important industries.
Concerns have been raised over the detrimental impact increasing numbers of wind farms could have on the Moray landscape.
Musicians hope to break a world record with the largest ceilidh band playing at a north-east festival last night.
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.
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.
Four rural roads will not be gritted this winter prompting fears school pupils and commuters could be cut off.
Livestock breeders and spectators from the north enjoyed a cracking day out at the Sutherland Show, held at Dornoch Links on Saturday, where a Highland pony was champion of champions.
Graveyards are on the brink of running out of space for new burials in dozens of communities across the north and north-east, it can be revealed.
Creative suggestions are being sought to help protect a remote memorial to north-east soldiers from being damaged by livestock.
Speyside communities have claimed they are being shortchanged by £16million by an energy giant.
Motorists have been warned to expect traffic chaos as huge wind turbine parts are transported through Aberdeen over the next six weeks.