A Moray father who went on the rampage in his own home after a drinking session has been spared prison.
A disabled motorist who was more than four times the drink drive limit has been fined after travelling from pub-to-pub in a Moray town.
A funding boost on Speyside will drive forward electric car improvements in the area as well as an upgrade to a well-trodden tourist trail.
A family fun day set up to remember a Moray youngster who died after a battle with cancer will be held for the ninth time this month.
The relaxation of planning rules in Moray has led to warnings the region could be facing an influx of out-of-town developments.
Blood donors in the north claim they have been told their donations are no longer needed after a service was pulled from the region.
Audit Scotland urges Moray councillors to drop political differences in efforts to solve massive budget challenge
Audit Scotland has urged Moray councillors to cast aside their political differences in an attempt to overcome the region’s massive budget challenges.
It may have divided opinion when it first appeared in Elgin but the Dandy Lion is now being hailed as one of the drivers behind a resurgence of the town’s retail heart.
Improvements will be made to a notorious junction in a Moray town after councillors backed a package if works.
A UK Government defence minister believes growth deal funding for Moray will strengthen the bond between the region and its military bases.
Moray’s largest agricultural show was hailed a huge success as some of the finest livestock in Scotland was paraded yesterday.
Traffic lights could be introduced at a notorious junction in Moray in attempt to improve safety at a busy school crossing.
Teacher vacancies in Moray have almost halved during the last year with a “positive message” about the region praised for making the difference.
Extra support has been demanded for Moray businesses to help them tender for large public sector contracts.
The north-east’s agricultural heritage met the future at the weekend in Moray.
An environment charity has planted seeds at one of Moray’s most popular parks in an attempt to encourage people to eat local.
The UK Government has been criticised as “out of touch” for failing to introduce legislation to prevent customers in the north of Scotland being ripped-off with excess delivery fees.
Doctor who helped established Moray maternity unit fears ‘domino effect’ of other service downgrades
A senior doctor who helped establish the specialist maternity service in Moray fears other services at the flagship hospital could be affected if the current downgrade is allowed to last a year.
Dozens of gleaming sports cars and super cars will roar across one of Scotland’s most scenic routes next week to help bring a new air ambulance to the north-east.
A 20-year-old who led police on a chase through a Moray town has had his licence revoked for the second time.
Fochabers firm launches campaign to challenge preconception that Scottish flowers are not as ‘perfect’ as Dutch
A Speyside visitor attraction has urged Scottish florists to buy local buds amid fears there could be a shortage after Brexit.
Day centre for adults with learning disabilities in Moray to shut for two months due to staff shortages
A Moray day centre for adults with learning disabilities has been forced to close due to staff shortages.
A group of retired teachers from Moray are showcasing their creative flair at an art exhibition.
A motorist who was caught more than six times the drink drive limit while banned from being behind the wheel has been warned he faces being sent to prison.
An army of trainee teachers are poised to enter Moray’s classrooms next week as children return from the summer holidays.
Three people have been charged following an almost unprecedented drugs seizure in Moray.
New accommodation is being planned in Moray to give budding entrepreneurs the base to kick-start their aspirations.
Despairing visitors to Moray have cut holidays to the region short in an attempt to escape the through-the-night shrieks from gulls.
Moray Council’s new leadership orders desks for their offices while considering £14million saving plans
Moray Council’s new SNP leadership has been criticised for spending hundreds of pounds on buying new furniture for administration offices.
A woman has died after falling into the water at a Moray port despite the desperate attempts of local heroes to save her.
More than a dozen vehicles have been vandalised in a Moray town – causing about £14,000 worth of damage.
Moray Council records £5.5million ‘efficiency savings’ but total is not enough to meet Scottish Government target
More than £5.5million has been trimmed from Moray Council’s budget over the last year in “efficiency savings”.