A new initiative has been launched by young people in Moray in order to try and make their voice heard.
Controversial plans to create a whisky bothy in the Cairngorms have been temporarily withdrawn following dozens of objections.
A Moray care home has launched a £100,000 fundraising drive to fund a new lift.
A Moray family who lost their teenaged daughter to cancer have christened a holiday lodge in her memory to help others facing the same fight.
Updated designs to upgrade Moray’s busiest road will go on display this month.
A former teacher has been selected to contest the next General Election for the Labour Party.
An accounting firm in Moray has celebrated the long service of 10 members of staff.
Plans for a huge housing development in a Moray town have taken a step forward with initial proposals submitted to the council.
Hundreds of pounds have been stolen from a Moray takeaway after thieves demanded cash from staff in a “frightening incident”.
Whisky enthusiasts from across the world have arrived in Speyside for a new celebration dedicated to Scotland’s national drink.
Emergency services held a major exercise in Moray at the weekend to train for a testing water rescue.
A Moray sheriff has said she understands community payback orders for offenders are viewed as a “soft option” by many – but insists they are often the best way to reduce crime in the region.
Primary schools in Moray have been celebrated in the Scottish Parliament for their athletic achievements.
Emergency services are taking part in a large joint training exercise in Moray today.
Campaigners in a Moray town have targeted securing an ATM under a new scheme after three years of cash struggles for shoppers, tourists and businesses.
Moray man ordered to pay compensation to fellow pub-goer he left with bleed on the brain from single punch
A Moray man who floored a fellow pub-goer with a single punch, leaving his victim with a bleed on the brain, has been spared a prison sentence.
A historic Speyside castle with links to angling has pledged support to establish the cause of dwindling salmon numbers in the water.
Fireworks organisers in Moray preparing to return with bang after weather cancelled 25th anniversary display
A Moray village's fireworks display will return with a bang after its 25th anniversary celebrations were cancelled last year.
A thief who broke into a Moray home and stole items before driving off in the family’s car was caught by police driving the vehicle while drunk less than a mile away.
A north-east MP has welcomed news that speed awareness courses may be introduced in Scotland as an alternative to prosecutions.
A travel agent is poised to reopen in Moray today just weeks after it was feared it would be shut for good.
Housing plans that would have shrunk a playpark in a Moray town have been thrown out.
Crumbling garages across Moray could be bulldozed to make way for shared car parks.
A series of events have been organised across Moray to help community efforts to grown their own food take root.
Tourism firms in Moray consider paying voluntary levy amid fears sector could collapse without funding
Tourism businesses in Moray are considering voluntarily paying a levy to fund a new visitor initiative amid concerns the industry could collapse without funding.
Work will begin next week at a notorious junction in Moray to make it safer for school pupils.
Two Buckie streets will be shut for five days to enable BT works to be undertaken. Both Midmar Street and Freuchny Lane will be closed from Monday, October 21 to Friday, October 25. Notices will be put up during the disruption to advise motorists to use nearby streets while engineers are at work.
Controversial plans to restore a historic piece of Moray’s fishing heritage as part of tourist accommodation have been rejected.
A housing firm has vowed to appeal a decision to throw out plans to build more than 300 homes in a Moray town – and make the council cover the costs.
Supermarket bosses have been given permission to open a new store in Moray – despite council planners admitting it could hit town centre firms.
The team tasked with keeping Moray’s roads clear from snow and ice during the winter have vowed they are “prepared for the worst”.
A Moray park became the venue for an apple juice production chain as a charity showcased the benefits of locally-grown produce.