Revised proposals for a massive wind farm in Moray are due to go on display next week.
An investigation has been launched following the death of a young mother in a Moray town.
Elgin is being readied for massive population growth after councillors yesterday backed plans for 500 homes and a new primary school.
North-east ministers urge against foreign aid ‘cynicism’ after visit to see earthquake recovery in Nepal
Ministers from Moray who have witnessed the recovery of an Asian country from a devastating natural disaster have urged Scots not to be “cynical” about foreign aid.
A Moray teenager who had been missing from his home for nearly a week has been traced safe and well.
Dwindling player numbers have prompted a Moray golf course to turn to housing in an attempt to safeguard its future.
The growing population of Lossiemouth will benefit from a new secondary school after councillors gave final approval for a £42 million build.
The first wave of houses that could radically alter Moray’s biggest town is poised to be approved.
Senior solicitor at Moray Council encourages alcoholics to be ‘open and honest’ about problem to turn lives around
A senior lawyer at Moray Council has opened up about his alcohol addiction to encourage others to put down the bottle.
Fresh concerns have emerged about the Royal Bank of Scotland cutting mobile bank visits in Moray.
Demolition of a family home that helped drive a soup empire on Speyside has begun.
A north-east secondary school pupil has come top of the class to be named the best student in Scotland.
A navigator in a rally car was taken to hospital after her vehicle plunged down an embankment during a north-east race.
A special whisky tasting session has been organised on Speyside to shake off the image that Scotland’s favourite tipple is a “man’s drink”.
Royal Mail unable to deliver post to Moray homes on ‘health and safety grounds’ – despite people already living in them
The Royal Mail is refusing to deliver to Moray residents living on a newly-built estate on health and safety grounds.
A Speyside businessman fears his outdoor activity and holiday letting firm could be destroyed by “obscene” turbines.
A Moray abattoir that has been in operation for more than 120 years could close its doors for the final time – putting more than a dozen jobs at risk.
Talks aimed at resolving accusations an energy giant is shortchanging Moray communities by £16million have ended without resolution.
The north-east has become “integral to national security” as UK bids to combat the increasing threat posed by an aggressive Russia.
Veterans from the Nimrod fleet at RAF Kinloss will be at the forefront of the next wave of “submarine hunters” in the Atlantic Ocean.
An ambitious vision to develop a multi-million pound “cultural quarter” in Moray’s biggest town has been unveiled.
Speyside communities have claimed they are being shortchanged by £16million by an energy giant.
Whisky and donuts will make an unlikely match at a celebration of Scotland’s national drink next month.
Three former children’s homes in Moray are due to come under the spotlight in the next phase of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry.
A Speyside community has launched a bid to take control of one its most treasured landmarks.
An army of unruly gnomes have been sent on expeditions from a Moray hospital to raise awareness of dementia.
Moray Council could be left without a director of education and social care for up to two years.
Fire crews are on the scene in Moray after a car caught fire.
A vital Moray charity that helps thousands of the region’s most vulnerable people has been given a reprieve - but significant work will still be required to secure its future.
Campaigner tells council to keep ‘watchful eye’ on landslips after £1.7million repair project is approved
Repairs worth more than £1.7million have been approved to safeguard a Moray village from future landslips.
Moray communities fearing their town halls could be “mothballed” within months have been encouraged to step forward to reap the rewards of owning the facilities.
More than half of Moray’s public toilets will remain open following a backlash during budget consultations.