Trading standards officers in Moray have warned residents to be aware of solar panel scams during the summer.
Warnings have been issued for walkers on the Moray coastline to take care amid erosion fears.
A Moray motorist who crashed a work van down an embankment while heavily over the legal alcohol limit has been banned from the roads for two years.
A major haulage route in Moray will be hit with closures for three weeks for roadworks worth more than £500,000.
A popular bar in a Moray town that was reduced to a ruin by fire has been torn down.
Buildings in Moray that are ordinarily sealed off from everyday eyes throughout the year are poised to welcome hundreds of visitors tomorrow.
A historic New Year’s fundraiser that has run in a Moray town since the early 19th Century has been cancelled due to a lack of organisers.
A Moray couple fear the car park outside their home has become a “rat run” bypass for vehicles trying to reach the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road.
The rising tide of food poverty in Moray is stretching support services to breaking point, shocking new figures reveal.
Moray farmer Stan Copland always knew he wanted to follow in his father's footsteps.
A rallying call has been issued for “all hands on deck” to ensure access to a Moray beauty spot is restored in time for next year’s summer season.
It has been buried in the ground in Moray for the last 500 years.
Demolition crews will move in on a historic Moray bar later this week to knock down the building that was destroyed by a fire last year.
A Moray tourist attraction has been named as the best of its kind in the country.
Plans for nearly 100 homes have been submitted for a Moray village.
A 99-year-old man who has been holidaying on the Moray coast for more than four decades has returned once again ahead of marking his centenary – even driving himself part of the journey from his home in Falkirk.
Nearly £500,000 worth of repairs are to be undertaken at two Moray ports in the coming months.
A new nursery is poised to open in a Moray town later this year with capacity for up to 65 children.
Warmer weather and energy-saving initiatives have been credited for Moray Council slashing its power bills to an 11-year low.
Concerns have been raised that a decline in the size of Moray's workforce could begin to harm businesses’ efforts to attract talent to the region.
The vital footbridge to Lossiemouth's East Beach has been left "hanging by a thread" and could be so badly damaged that it will never reopen.
Dedicated volunteers in Moray have been celebrated for creating colourful floral displays for the last 30 years.
The owner of a Moray bar that was destroyed in a fire has revealed he is now “ready to rock” to try and resurrect his livelihood.
A model aeroplane group in Moray has backed new drone legislation after initially raising concerns extra rules could lead to them having hefty bills.
A divisive row about wildfowling at a Moray beauty spot could finally be drawing to close.
A popular garage on Speyside has shut its doors after nearly a century of servicing vehicles in the area.
Twelve months after a telecoms giant installed a massive new mast in Moray its benefits have still to be felt by the region.
Business leaders in Lossiemouth have branded banking facilities a “disgrace” after cash points ran dry on the town's first weekend without a branch.
Moray Council has committed funding to continue to run sports sessions for the next three years.
Fears have been raised that schools meals in Moray could be too expensive after a forecast shortfall of nearly 50,000 dinners was revealed in the region.
Campaigners fighting to make salmon conservation a national priority will take their fight to the Scottish Parliament today amid fears dwindling stocks are reaching “crisis point”.
A Moray maths tutor fears children in the region are a year behind their counterparts in the Highlands – blaming a lack of resources and organisation for the “systemic problem”.