Business owners in a Speyside village have said they will stop at nothing to save their summer season from being ruined by major roadworks.
Music lovers from across the north-east will be hitting the high notes at the 40th Keith Traditional Music and Song Association (TMSA) festival this weekend.
Whisky-lovers from across the world will descend upon Moray this week as the 16th Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival gets underway on Thursday.
An estate in Moray is offering local fruit growers willing to share the gifts of their orchards a chance to get their hands on free booze.
Moray anglers spent seven months hooked to Scotland's fastest-flowing river this year as they celebrated a bumper catch.
Staff and customers at an Elgin whisky shop have raised a glass to mark 120 years of sharing the world's best drams with the world.
Councillors have sent out a warning to vandals who could have ruined a Moray town's festive plans.
Moray Council is trying to evict a family of travellers from a site they have occupied for 14 years - because officials fear their health could be at risk.
A Moray woman has admitted fraudulently claiming nearly £9,000 of benefits in a year.
A Moray Christmas charity tradition will be axed if the volunteers behind it cannot find a new chairman by the end of this week.
Residents fear drink-fuelled partygoers are going to start a huge forest fire in acres of Moray woodland.
A major air, land and sea search was launched yesterday to find a teenager though to be missing on the Moray coast.
Community leaders in a Moray village are hopeful a meeting with transport chiefs will address safety fears about a major trunk road running through the settlement.
Residents of Burghead, with a burning passion for tradition, will welcome in the old Scottish New Year tonight as thousands of spectators look on.
An aviation heritage group with aspirations to create a top Moray tourist attraction has asked for three years to develop their business case.
The sky is the limit for one Moray octogenarian who is determined to prove age is no barrier to fun.
A north-east beekeeper who had a five-month sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl used his hobby to prey on her.
A bumper crowd flocked to Forres on Saturday as the town hosted the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association's (RSPBA) European championships for the third time.
Police are hunting for a man who tried to coax a young girl into his car near a Moray primary school.
A bad break-up and five months of "stalking" culminated in a Moray man attacking his ex's car with a tin of beans, Elgin Sheriff Court heard yesterday.
Two teenage motocross riders have been left heartbroken after callous thieves stole £1,500 of racing gear from their home.
A blind cyclist is gearing up for a 25-mile cycle challenge to raise awareness of north-east charity that supported him as he lost his sight.
A NOTORIOUS computer hacker wept in the dock as a sheriff spared him a jail sentence for a brutal assault on his ex-partner's new boyfriend.
A Moray reveller who reacted to racist slurs in a nightclub by throwing a bar stool was fined yesterday after he inadvertently hit a woman.
Major roadworks which have sent shock waves through a Speyside tourist town forced a popular sweet store to close at the weekend because customers could not get into the shop.
A Moray pensioner who has been trapped in his own home after contracting a mystery illness during a trip to the United States has moved a step forward to diagnosis
The family of a Moray man being held in a brutal Indian jail were last night frantically trying to contact him - after hearing nothing from him for two months.
A Moray horse that survived a life-threatening disease was given a clean bill of health yesterday to join her owner on a charity walk to Scotland's capital.
A Moray teenager has been detained for almost nine months after admitting a string offences.
A teenager who marked Christmas Day by crashing his car then phoning police to tell them about it has been banned from driving for 16 months.
A crucial planning hearing tomorrow could finally end a long-standing row over a major housing development in a coastal Moray town.
Mothers in Moray fear one of their children will die before action is taken to tackle insulation problems in their freezing homes.