Firefighters cut a woman free of a car after a crash on a major Moray road this afternoon.
A pensioner who still works out at the gym celebrated his 99th birthday at a party thrown by his sporty friends.
Dufftown residents have welcomed the possible return of a Post Office to the community after going three years without a permanent service.
Health bosses have been forced to downgrade maternity services at a Moray hospital due to staffing shortages for the second time in less than 18 months.
Elgin councillor argues universal credit is doing what it’s designed to do – as council rent arrears mount
Moray councillors have clashed over figures showing the struggle council tenants on universal credit are facing to pay their rent.
Health bosses have insisted they are tackling bed blocking despite the latest figures suggesting a steep rise.
A 23-year-old from Dufftown was celebrating double success as she collected her degree yesterday, having already secured a job in an industry she loves.
Women are being urged to come forward to be screened for breast cancer, despite new figures showing those in the north and north-east of Scotland are the most likely to do so.
More than £750,000 is to be spent improving rural roads in Aberdeenshire and Moray used by timber lorries.
The 81-year-old volunteer who has looked after a Moray pet cemetery for years has made the "heartbreaking" decision to stop accepting requests to bury people's beloved animals.
A Speyside village is toasting success after raising nearly £38,500 selling whisky at auction.
The family of an Aberdeen man, who has not been seen for more than a week, have spoken of their concerns that he might have got into trouble on a kayaking trip.
A top doctor has questioned what incentives there are for under-pressure health boards to stick their budgets.
A record-holding athlete from Fochabers has achieved a first class honours degree after throwing herself into her studies.
A 53-year-old woman has been charged after a dog was killed in Moray yesterday.
Motorists in the north and north-east stumped up more than £1.5million in parking fines last year - with one council enjoying a 1,099% rise in revenue through the penalties.
Police have traced a man who went missing in Lossiemouth earlier. Nicholas Gallon had disappeared in the Moray town this afternoon. The 46-year-old was traced “safe and well” by officers by around 9.50pm, a police spokeswoman said.
A drugs mule has been jailed for two years for transporting heroin and cocaine worth almost £50,000.
NHS Grampian has been given six months to review its “unreasonable” treatment of adults with ADHD.
Concern for a paddleboarder on the Moray coast prompted an emergency response this afternoon.
A private firm has been hired to help NHS Grampian gets its teeth into a year-long backlog of patients.
Two cars have crashed on the A96 this afternoon.
The man leading efforts to get a grip of Elgin’s gull problem has said the birds are "bold, smart and aggressive" and working to defeat his pest control team.
Parts of the north and north-east where shoppers are most regularly hammered by excessive delivery charges will be mapped out to emphasise the scale of the problem.
North-east emergency workers were kept busy on Scotland’s hottest day of the year– while members of the public also came to the rescue.
Surveying work has been carried out to appraise how much it would cost to repair an historic landmark in a Moray town.
A rare planning map of a Speyside village will go under the hammer this week.