A Moray councillor has expressed fears that his own three–year-old granddaughter will have grandchildren by the time the A96 dualling in the area is complete.
A popular Moray raft race is to return after high winds forced organisers to cancel last year.
Elgin’s roller derby team is appealing for new players to help it to field a team.
Over 6,000 people were in attendance when the Dufftown Highland Games marked an historic milestone on Saturday.
Firefighters had to cut the roof off a car to free a trapped casualty after a serious crash on a Moray Road yesterday.
A Forres couple are celebrating after winning a legal battle to stay together.
The animals took centre stage at the second day of Moray’s biggest agricultural show, as it attracted its highest crowd in years.
An Urquhart husband and wife team are to take part in an exhausting rally to pay thanks to the cancer charity which supported a dying relative for three years before his death.
The owner of an iconic Moray hotel which abandoned its £200,000 expansion plans due to “crippling” business rate rises has put plans for expansion back on the table.
A Burghead beauty spot has been blighted by a “disgusting” amount of materials being stored near the harbour, according to a local councillor.
A Forres light show which was hailed a success last year has been given two major funding awards to support this year’s event.
A group of Moray artists are hosting their third exhibition, as they look to showcase their work to a wider audience.
A retired antiques dealer has revealed he only realised his prized collection of watches had been stolen after he was offered one for sale.
A cherished Elgin landmark which has been closed to the public since 2003 will not be allowed to take part in this year’s Doors Open Day.
Water is to flow in Elgin’s town centre once again, as major repairs and a refurbishment have been planned for the town’s centrepiece fountain.
A Moray town’s run of hosting the European Pipe Band Championships is to come to an end after the announcement that next year’s event will be the last in the town.
It is more than just a game.
The weekend’s Speyfest enjoyed a terrific demand for tickets which led to the event being sold out for the first time in years.
The pilots who will fly a new fleet of RAF Lossiemouth spy planes could soar into Moray’s classrooms in an effort to inspire pupils to seek a sky-high career.
Police have been called to a two-vehicle crash on the A96.
A £30million transport strategy which aims to put an end to gridlock in Elgin was approved at a council meeting yesterday.
A former instructor at a popular sea school is planning a reunion for some of the 28,000 students who once took part in classes at the site.
A Lossiemouth musician has made an appeal for the return of a treasured guitar which was stolen during a raid on his band’s van.
An abandoned cafe is to be transformed into a new shop in a further boost for Elgin’s town centre.
A young man spoke of how he had lost his “pride and joy” after his car skidded onto its roof on a busy Moray road.
A north-east nurse has raised fears that changes to the way staff are managed could lead to delays in providing life-saving care.
A mystery fairy garden has popped up in Dufftown, with people flocking from all over to see the magic.
The £100 million plan to get RAF Lossiemouth ready for the arrival of a fleet of Poseiden spy planes has got off the ground as the search begins for candidates to fill the first vacancy.
An MSP wants Moray’s historical treasures officially recognised in a list of the region’s top archaeological sites.
Three teachers who were due to start in schools across Moray after the summer have pulled out - blaming a lack of affordable housing in the region.
A dig at a Pictish fort along the Moray coast has revealed an unexpected haul of ancient treasures, including an 1100-year-old coin and the remains of a Pictish building.