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.
After a successful year in which the number of riders soared, Moray’s Riding for the Disabled charity hopes to continue expanding in its 49th year with the help of volunteers.
The safety of some Elgin residents has been compromised by the decision to remove grit bins from their streets, an MSP has said.
A north-east angler is hopeful that his recently-released book will prove popular with people taking to the banks of his favourite river for the start of the salmon season.
The Freedom of Moray has been conveyed upon Lord Lieutenant Grenville Johnston ahead of his approaching retirement.
Moray's roads have "deteriorated" at a rapid pace since a council decision to reduce investment six years ago.
Volunteers are preparing to pull together to make sure Moray's grassy areas look their best, after the council slashed cutting to save cash.
Standing on the sidelines of pitches often coated in shards of broken glass, dog mess and even needles that have to be cleaned before their children could play football, Dave Allen and fellow exasperated parents decided action had to be taken.
Over a thousand huskies will compete this weekend at the Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain’s Sled Dog Rally in Aviemore for the 37th year.
Education Scotland inspectors have noted progress at St Sylvester’s Nursery in Elgin but are urging staff to continue making improvements.
A computing lecturer at Moray College UHI has been awarded a PhD from the University of the Highlands and Islands.