A body had been found in the road on the A96 near Forres this morning. Police are on the scene after receiving a call at around midnight. A spokeswoman said: “Officers are in attendance. The incident it ongoing at the moment.” More to follow.
Nearly 2,400 bicycles have been stolen from the north-east in the last four years - an average of more than 11 a week.
A 17-year-old boy has been taken to hospital after slipping and injuring his back near the Buckie coast.
A lorry driver was taken to hospital after his vehicle crashed into trees on a north-east road which has been the site of several fatal smashes.
DRUGS totalling £2.7million have been seized from the streets of the north-east in just a year, with police raiding almost ten properties a week.
A newly-qualified teacher who suffered from crippling anxiety and depression has thanked university staff for helping her achieve her goals.
Crunch talks to help save one of Moray’s best-known venues have been scheduled for the New Year.
A two-vehicle smash caused a busy north-east road to be closed this afternoon.
A blind nurse has launched a campaign to raise £11,000 for electronic glasses that will help her see her niece for the first time.
Police made 110 arrests for violent crimes, theft and drug-related offences across the north-east over the bank holiday weekend.
An Aberdeen bishop has become Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
Young adults who have grown up in care will have the chance to get their own decorated flats as part of a new initiative.
A road which was destroyed by flooding in Moray will not reopen until the middle of next week, the council has said.
A five-year-old artist's "explosion of colourful balloons" wowed judges looking for a cover image for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival programme.
One of Elgin’s most recognisable landmarks has roared back to life after the completion of a major restoration project.
Worshippers turned out in significant numbers, despite the rain, to see a traditional medieval thanksgiving ceremony in Moray on Saturday.
Military wives from across the north are to pay tribute to their predecessors from World War I when they record an album to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the conflict.
A recovering addict from the north-east, who wished not to be named, said they did not think the rise in seizures could be attributed to drug use being on the rise.
A pharmacy chain has dropped a “discriminatory” £50 surcharge for delivering a terminally ill woman’s mobility scooter and has promised to review its entire fee policy.
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.