A rogue trader refused to leave a frail pensioner’s home after she refused to pay up - while his brother smashed up another customer’s driveway after she challenged his handiwork.
Families enjoying the May Day Bank Holiday weekend were treated to some of the best weather felt so far this year in Scotland.
Councils across northern Scotland have spent more than £50million on supply teachers over the past three years.
Councillors yesterday backed plans for major improvement works to be carried out at Buckie Harbour.
A charitable trust in Moray has made £500,000 worth of donations to other organisations in the north and north-east during the last three years.
Man accused of causing death of Moray grandmother on north-east road denies taking heroin before the incident
A man accused of causing an Elgin grandmother’s death by driving dangerously has denied taking heroin before the crash - and insists he can not remember what had happened.
A north-east man told a court yesterday how he regretted swerving out of the way of a car which went on to cause a fatal accident.
Two teenagers have been charged after a bird hide at a Moray beauty spot was completely destroyed by a fire.
Thousands of litter louts in Aberdeen have been caught in the act - but just a handful of fines have been issued in neighbouring authorities.
The coastguard was called to rescue a boat which ran aground at Portknockie earlier tonight.
A group of redoubtable fundraisers who braved the cold of the North Sea on Boxing Day have raised nearly £10,000 for charity.
A woman had to be taken to Doctor Gray's Hospital after being involved in a two-vehicle crash on a road in the centre of Elgin.
Moray man who was jailed for filming himself abusing baby took video of another infant and shared it through Whatsapp
A Moray paedophile jailed for filming himself abusing a baby is facing a further prison sentence after he admitted taking a video of another infant and sharing it with fellow perverts through Whatsapp.
A rental car delivery driver has gone on trial accused of falling asleep behind the wheel and killing a north-east grandmother on Mother’s Day.
A north-east man who messaged his former partner after being ordered not to contact her has been spared jail.
Hundreds of people flocked to Keith yesterday for the first ever outing of the Friendly Fest music festival.
Police are appealing for help in tracing a 50-year-old man reported missing from his home in Forres.
A senior Aberdeen City Council figure has defended plans for a new waste incinerator in the city - claiming it was the region's best hope of combating fuel poverty.
An auction of more than 140 whiskies from across Scotland took place in Moray yesterday.
Whisky lovers will get the chance to “speed date” industry experts at Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival next month
The hundreds of visitors who flock Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival next month will have a unique opportunity to make a date with experts in the industry.
The Church of Scotland will host a public event in Moray later this month to look at the future of coastal communities in the aftermath of Brexit.
Man faces jail after being found guilty of causing death of Moray grandmother through dangerous driving
A man is facing jail after he was found guilty of causing the death of a grandmother by driving dangerously on a north-east road.
A search operation involving police officers and the coastguard has been launched in Rothes for a 77-year-old woman reported missing earlier today.
Moray attractions sign up for Historic Environment Scotland programme aimed at providing visitors with more information
Iconic spots in Moray have signed up for a new programme aimed at informing visitors about their history and on things to do nearby.
Moray will soon become a must-visit destination for mountain biking of all abilities as work begins on a new biking skills area.
An award-winning Moray adventure charity has been saved from closure following a successful fundraising campaign.
Illness made the journey a long haul for Eleanor Dempster.
The chief executive of the Scottish Book Trust has backed efforts to stop half of Moray’s secondary school libraries being closed.
The North-east is braced for more wintry weather with temperatures expected to plunge as low as -10C at the weekend.
The number of people pumping iron, flexing their pecs, and playing sport at council-run gyms in the north and north-east of Scotland has risen substantially since the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
With the end of the summer holidays, most children have now returned to the classroom and swapped stories with the rest of their classmates about their various excursions and eclectic activities.
Vandals who targeted a historic Moray hotel are being hunted - using the footprints they left at the scene of the crime.