The legacy of an Elgin teenager who died on Christmas Day last year has been celebrated on a festive greetings card.
Moray students to join millions across the globe in massive letter writing campaign to continue fight of suffragettes
Students in Elgin are being encouraged to write letters of solidarity with men and women across the world whose human rights are being denied.
Natural environment helps former teacher who faced mental health challenges to be Scotland’s ‘learner of the year’
A former primary school head has been crowned Scotland’s learner of the year after battling back from mental health difficulties.
Ambitious vision to regenerate Moray park with possible outdoor performance area and regenerated water feature
An outdoor performance area, revamped pond and bike hire facilities could all feature in an ambitious upgrade of one of Moray's most popular parks.
Inspirational Moray five-year-old preparing for special Christmas after spending last year’s big day in intensive care unit
After spending Christmas last year in an intensive care unit with a Chinese takeaway, a north-east youngster is preparing for an extra special festive season.
A motorist has been caught driving at more than 100mph in Moray.
An army of volunteers have completed the latest phase of a massive refurbishment project on one of Moray’s most popular walking routes.
A decrease in the amount of vacancies in Moray’s largest town centre has been hailed as a “sign of confidence” in the region.
An historic place of worship in Moray has moved a step closer to realising a project needed to cope with a huge influx of visitors.
A popular walking and cycling path in Moray has reopened following temporary repairs.
Walls collapsed, roofs were blown off caravans and hundreds of homes were left without electricity as Storm Deirdre swept through the north of Scotland at the weekend.
Accusation A9 campaigners are getting ‘preferential’ treatment to A96 because MSP is Deputy First Minister
Transport Scotland has been accused of giving preferential treatment to A9 campaigners over a group in Moray because they are constituents of the Deputy First Minister.
Talks to get Moray residents involved in deciding how to restore a local hospital to full strength will be held next month.
Santa has returned to the streets of a Moray town for the fifth year in a row to raise cash for children’s charities in the north-east.
Teen admits causing ‘mindless’ vandalism at Moray school that caused thousands of pounds worth of damage
A teenager has admitted going on a vandalism spree at a Moray school that caused thousands of pounds worth of “mindless” damage.
A Moray pensioner has been killed following a four-vehicle collision in Perthshire.
Toilet talk – Moray Council could reconsider toilet scheme logo after choice was branded ‘offensive’
A controversial logo for a new public toilet initiative in Moray will be re-examined next year after the current one sparked a flurry of complaints.
Ambitious plans to use military investment as a springboard to transform Moray into a manufacturing and engineering “powerhouse” has been unveiled.
A Moray composer has won an award at a national competition.
A Moray town’s historic links to the sea have been celebrated in the logo chosen for the region’s newest nursery.
Plans to transform a neglected piece of ground in a Moray town into an artificial sports pitch have won the backing of a community group.
A huge donation has been raised by a Moray military wives choir as part of a series of events to mark 100 years since the end of World War I.
Moray Council leader continuing campaign for more cash after Scottish Government budget announcement
The leader of Moray Council says the fight is continuing to ensure it gets a better funding deal from the Scottish Government.
A Moray family has donated £5,000 to a hospital in memory of an ambulance technician who died earlier this year.
Extra street patrols will be run by emergency services and first aid groups in Moray to help keep festive revellers safe.
Moray Council has signed a pledge to commit to further driving down the amount of waste ending up in landfill.
A Moray couple face being homeless this Christmas after a van crashed through the walls of their home.
A north-east outdoor adventure charity which helps youngsters across the region reach their full potential is hoping to win a new minibus with the Press and Journal.
A Moray man, who tried to slash the tyres of a van belonging to tradesmen who tried to help him, has avoided a prison sentence.
A Moray community hopes its new Christmas decorations will inspire others to help create a star to shine through the darkness.
A Moray oil worker who threatened to publish “revenge porn” featuring his former girlfriend has been spared a prison sentence.
Moray councillors have demanded a report to determine whether the local authority's dredger is a “white elephant” amid reports it has not moved for at least three months.