Major resurfacing works to improve a section of the A96 Forres Bypass will be carried out from Monday for a period of five nights.
Court hears of ‘utter chaos’ on Moray road as hammers, baseball bats and iron bars allegedly used in incident
A motorcyclist has told a court how a scene of “utter chaos” unfolded on a north-east road amid an alleged group attack.
A Moray brewing company is inviting local beer enthusiasts to judge the best brew and crown the winner of their competition.
Students at a Moray school have been entertained by a spectacular lion dance performance to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
A Moray family have hit out at thieves who have plundered graveside flowers and ornaments from a loved one in recent months.
A motorcyclist has told a court of a “vague memory” of hearing his waistcoat being cut off his body moments after being struck by a car.
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.
Controversial garden waste charges in Moray have raked in an above-budget haul despite getting off to a slow start.
Plans to demolish woodland to create homes at a "high quality nature site" in the Cairngorms have been thrown out.
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.
A driver has described the moment she saw a man hitting a "body" on the ground with a claw hammer.
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.
Campaigners on rivers across Moray and the Highlands have launched a fundraising drive to try and solve the mystery of why salmon are disappearing.
A former Army commander who led the campaign for a £2.9million refurbishment of the Highlanders’ museum at Fort George has been appointed as the new Lord Lieutenant of Moray.
A fraudster has been warned he faces an “inevitable” prison sentence after masterminding another scam in Moray.
Heritage campaigners plan to reopen the clock tower to provide spectacular panoramic views from an historic Moray building.
Gallery to bring back to life last era when hands-on experience ruled technology in Speyside whisky industry
Bill Morgan is steeped in the whisky industry.
New head teacher at Moray’s esteemed Gordonstoun school will continue battling blazes as a retained firefighter
A retained firefighter and esteemed educator has been appointed as the new headmaster of the senior school at Gordonstoun.
Moray communities blighted with concerns about speeding traffic are poised to be given the chance to fund their own warning signs.
Parts of Inverness are among the most deprived communities in Scotland, according to new figures.
One of the Cairngorms’ most iconic events took place at the weekend with only one thing missing- snow.
A kind-hearted Moray man has organised a 24-hour ploughing challenge to raise money for a cancer charity after losing his mother to the illness.
A local social media influencer is hosting special event for women about the relationship between menopause and weight gain this weekend.
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Marine experts have warned that the north east isn’t prepared for the potentially devastating effects of coastal erosion.
An Elgin City footballer has appeared in court in connection with an alleged £16,000 betting scam.
A 25-year-old man has died after being hit by a van outside Elgin this morning.
A Moray childcare provider is being celebrated in the Scottish Parliament after winning a national award.
Policeman tells court about ‘Blue Angels’ top found in car allegedly used in attack on motorcyclists
A POLICEMAN found a top bearing the words "Blue Angels" in a car which is said to have been used in an alleged attack on motorcyclists, a court has heard.
Armed Forces children throughout the north will benefit from £60,000 that has been granted to the Royal Caledonian Education Trust to allow them to expand a youth-focused programme.
Developments have been made to try and secure the future of one of the most historical buildings in Forres.