A police drugs crackdown at a Moray dance night has been hailed a success - with no arrests being made in relation to illegal substances.
Major resurfacing works to improve a section of the A96 Forres Bypass will be carried out from Monday for a period of five nights.
A major overnight resurfacing project will be underway next week on a section of the A96 in Keith.
It's exactly a year since missing man Alan Morrison was last seen in an area in Buckie.
A Moray brewing company is inviting local beer enthusiasts to judge the best brew and crown the winner of their competition.
Concerns have been raised over health services in Moray after the recent announcement of the temporary closure of Aberlour’s Fleming Hospital.
A thriving Moray-based craft brewery has launched a crowdfunding campaign that invites investors to support its expansion.
One of Elgin’s most popular restaurants has wrapped up their stellar year with yet another award for their food.
Health chiefs in Moray have launched 10-year strategic plan which aims to improve the wellbeing of people of all ages in the region.
The fate of 27 firefighter jobs at RAF Lossiemouth has been called into question following the move to outsource contracts at the base.
Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (Chas) are inviting people from across the North East and Moray to help them make a difference to the lives of young people in 2020.
A local mother says she fears for the safety of her young children because of mice in her home - and claims the council has failed to act on the problem.
The New Year will be a boon for foraging enthusiasts in Moray, with the news of the return of a popular Foraging Fortnight festival.
Organisers of Burghead's Boxing Day swim are urging people to turn out in large numbers in support of the event.
It's a unique event which ignites the skies in darkest January and dates back more than 1800 years.
Moray councillor appeals for a focus on the needs of social care workers over concerns for the service
A Moray councillor has warned care workers must be listened to and supported if the region is to solve its current recruitment struggle.
A digital inclusion project that aims to help the elderly and jobseekers with technology has helped four people find jobs.
Moray villagers have been told to wait at least four years for a bridge to be repaired as the council can not afford the £120,000 cost of the work.
Firefighters at RAF Lossiemouth have breathed a sigh of relief as it was confirmed there will be no redundancies as a result of contract changes at the base.
A Moray singing group is hoping to expand its ranks upon returning home after spending years rehearsing out of town.
Popular Fochabers ice-cream parlour celebrates both Burns Night and the Chinese New Year in one flavour combination
A Moray ice cream parlour that is famous for its wacky creations has launched a new flavour today that combines two special days for two different cultures.
Retiring Elgin hairdresser hopes high street will continue to thrive once her salon closes after 21 years
After decades of being passionate about hairdressing and Elgin’s High Street, Fiona McCloud Angus will soon be hanging up her scissors and closing her town centre salon.
Contradictory road markings have caused confusion for drivers travelling through a busy Moray roundabout.
The annual Moray Speyside Tourism conference will take place in Elgin next week.
A talented musician from Keith is preparing to dazzle audiences in Glasgow at Europe’s largest winter music festival this month.
Seventy-five years on, Rachel Lee explores the ‘brutally short’ career of Hitler’s most fearsome battleship and how, on one crisp November morning, planes set out from three Moray bases to sink her
After a successful year in which the number of riders soared, Moray’s Riding for the Disabled charity hopes to continue expanding in its 49th year with the help of volunteers.
‘You were one of a kind’: Tributes to Elgin man as family thank emergency services for their efforts
The family of a man found dead in Forres after going missing on Hogmanay have thanked the police for their efforts.
A troupe of talented ballet dancers from Russia took to the stage in Moray last night to share the beauty of ballet with the local community.
Author celebrates the community spirit of the Highland League with new book, ‘Barcelona to Buckie Thistle’
Wrapped in his grandmother’s hand-knitted Salisbury football club scarf and standing close to his grandfather at Victoria Park amidst a sea of supporters rippling with waves of excitement, a young boy is in awe of the passion of local football.
For many people across the country, Christmas can be a challenging time of year, and it is no different for the courageous aircraft crew of RAF Lossiemouth.
Figures show that vandalism of public toilets in some areas of the north and north-east have cost councils a small fortune over the last five years.