A man has appeared in court accused of getting behind the wheel while more than six times the drink-drive limit.
A Speyside village has insisted there is “life after banks” now its high street is booming following recent blows.
Three of Moray’s biggest beer makers have teamed up for the first time to produce a special brew to support a massive charity event.
Moray mourners are being “exploited” for cremations due to a lack of choice in crematoriums, it was claimed yesterday.
The UK’s Crown Estate has been accused of a “cash grab” that could cost Moray assets a share of a £167 million windfall.
Fire crews were called to a derelict building in Moray today. Two fire engines were sent to the empty cottage to the rear of the cemetery in Lhanbryde at about 4pm. Hoses and breathing apparatus were used by the crews to extinguish the flames. Nobody was injured.
Two people have appeared in court charged with a series of thefts across Moray and the Highlands.
One of a Moray town’s most favourite sons could soon have a new secondary school named after him.
Moray Council’s new leadership has set its sights on reversing a controversial decision to scrap school crossing patrollers.
Moray man unleashed a ‘flurry’ of punches on Hogmanay reveller because he thought he was ‘too rough’ with his girlfriend
A Moray man who punched a Hogmanay reveller after taking umbrage with the way he approached a woman has been fined after it emerged the perceived victim was his girlfriend.
Building work on a massive business park on the outskirts of Moray’s biggest town has been delayed by a water main.
Unions have demanded that Moray’s bid for £200 million worth of government funding delivers improvements for workers across the region amid concerns that only big business will benefit.
A Speyside electric car charge point has been out of action for almost three months after vandals damaged the equipment armed with Creme Eggs.
Moray “stands ready” to assist the Glasgow School of Art following its devastating blaze, according to an MSP.
An extension for a new sports complex in Elgin has been approved - before the original works are even finished.
Approval for a new hotel in Moray’s biggest town has been welcomed by tourism bosses.
Designs for new primary schools in Moray have been criticised as being “industrial” and lacking “inspiration”.
Moray Council has been pressed to draw up urgent plans to review its school estate following the publication of damning Scottish Government statistics.
Campaigners fighting to preserve a treasured community hall in Moray are poised to sign a lease to preserve its future.
A cash machine has reopened at a former Speyside bank - more than a year after Clydesdale moved out of its last base in the area.
Final approval for a new primary school in Moray could be given tomorrow to keep the project from stalling once more.
National tourism bosses have spoken out about the impact large numbers of wind turbines could be having on visitors to Speyside.
School pupils in Moray have ridden the waves after turning sheets of plywood into a seafaring boat.
Moray couple remain concerned circumstances that may have contributed to son’s death may happen again
A grieving Moray mother still fears not enough has been done to prevent a repeat of the circumstances in which her son died.
Aspiring Moray artists are staging a spectacular art show to celebrate the end of their academic year.
Young talent has taken to the stage in Moray to help stroke victims across the region.
A serial thief from Moray who loaded up a shopping trolley with hundreds of pounds worth of meat before brazenly walking out the door has been spared prison.
A world premiere stage production of a 15th Century Scots poem will be one of the main attractions at a Moray arts extravaganza.
A treasure trove of artefacts showcasing Moray’s military history will open its doors to the public at the weekend.
The head of Moray Council’s largest opposition group believes the SNP taking the helm of the authority could boost the region’s hopes of unlocking more funding from the Scottish Government.
Crash investigators have concluded that an increase in the wind speed contributed to a light aircraft crashing in a Moray field.
The A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road has been partially re-opened after a van collided with a house.