A driver has described the moment she saw a man hitting a "body" on the ground with a claw hammer.
A derelict Moray hotel will once again become the "hub" of the community after £1.2million plans to bring it back to life were approved.
Inspirational youngsters and newspaper delivery veterans have been honoured at a special awards ceremony.
A promising engineering student has died aged just 22 after having an epileptic seizure.
A Moray electrician has been left devastated after his home was destroyed in a fire - while he was abroad celebrating his son's wedding.
An Elgin City footballer has appeared in court in connection with an alleged £16,000 betting scam.
Many may think that a day in the life of a police officer is like cops and robbers, but in reality it is far more about prevention and protection.
They light up the coastline and provide reassurance and comfort to those at sea.
Burgie was buzzing at the weekend for more reasons than one as an equestrian event was delayed by a swarm of bees.
Many of us have a favourite local historic attraction – that place you’ll always suggest to a first-time visitor.
One of the north-east's top police officers who insists he is still a "local bobby" at heart has been given the Queen's Police Medal.
A truck driver has admitted causing a crash that left a tractor driver trapped by metal poles.
A teacher appointed as the "named guardian" of 200 youngsters is facing a lifetime ban from working with children.
A pedestrian has been killed after being hit by a car on the outskirts of Lossiemouth.
NHS Grampian has announced a major shake-up of its beleaguered surgery unit at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
A deputy headteacher has been cleared of pushing a 10-year-old pupil to the floor and making his nose bleed.
A teenager convicted of killing a Moray pensioner took his battle to clear his name to court yesterday.
Two families connected by a wartime tragedy have found each other for the first time in 75 years.
Moray man accused of rape charged with allegedly trying to skip bail after being arrested at Heathrow Airport
A man accused of rape has appeared in court charged with skipping bail after being arrested at Heathrow Airport.
Health chiefs at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary have taken on 100 new graduates from Robert Gordon University to help tackle the hospital's shortage of contract nurses.
Organisers of a musical spectacular are hoping it will draw in the biggest crowd Huntly has seen since the Millennium.
A man who raped a young girl was caught after she told nursery staff she had been abused.
Vulnerable residents of a New Elgin housing complex claim they have been "left to rot" without access to a potentially life-saving emergency alarm.
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More than 21,000 drivers across Aberdeenshire and Moray have been stopped in the last year as part of a road safety crackdown.
The firm behind an ill-fated proposal to build a huge retail park on the edge of Forres has lodged fresh plans that could rejuvenate its town centre.
The number of domestic abuse crimes in Aberdeenshire and Moray has fallen in the last year - and last night police warned offenders there were "no hiding place."
A devastating encounter with a roadside bomb four years ago changed Iain McQueen's life in an instant.
A man and a woman have been cut free from a car by firefighters after it went on its side on a north east road.
The family of a Moray woman killed in an accident are backing a campaign to bring in tougher laws to protect cyclists on the roads.
Patients were forced to wait on trolleys in the corridor of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary yesterday after four out of five lifts in the surgical block broke down.