Moray's only disability assessment centre was shut down due to health and safety issues, it has emerged.
A new event for fitness fans and beer drinkers i=has been launched in Moray.
A group of six hardy walkers from Tomintoul took on a tough challenge, navigating a tricky mountain pass, for charity.
A Moray talking newspaper, established as a way for blind and visually impaired people to find out about local news, is celebrating its 40th birthday.
A deal that aims to rejuvenate and revitalise Moray with a huge cash boost is very close to being announced, the region's MP has claimed.
A grieving Elgin mum has accused NHS Grampian of failing her sister who died after a fall.
More than 1,000 people have visited a Moray military museum in the 12 months since it was first opened.
A vulnerable woman had to be evacuated from her home in Elgin as a fire tore through the property and left it severely damaged.
A Forres man terrified a couple with a knife after breaking into their home and demanding they hand over cash.
A Buckie man has been jailed for two years for stabbing his friend in the chest and puncturing his lung in response to rude remarks made about his father.
A Moray gift shop owner who fraudulently claimed £285,000 in VAT repayments to prop up her business has been spared jailed.
Emergency services are currently in attendance at a dwelling house fire in the Bishopmill area of Elgin.
Military horse riders will retrace a historic 1930s trek on a four-day endurance ride ending at Kinloss.
A Moray group is appealing for help to find a permanent home.
A Moray organisation which fosters links between young people and employers has moved to a new base.
A gleaming cavalcade of classic, sports and super cars will stream past some of the north's most stunning sights as a charity drive returns for its fifth year.
A tourism chief believes Moray Council's decision to reduce cutting grass will leave visitors with a negative impression of the region.
Older people in Moray are being invited to experience a relaxation technique known as a "sound bath".
Disabled people in Moray are facing round-trip of 100 miles after the region's only assessment centre was shut down.
More than £500,000 of Moray LEADER funds has been allocated to seven new projects.
The waiting list for council houses in Moray has increased, despite the local authority building more affordable homes than ever before.
A Highlands and Islands MSP has praised the work of staff and volunteers who have set up an Earth Guardians group in Moray.
A visit to a local internet data business proved a worthy connection for Moray's MP.
The charity behind a project to revitalise a neglected Forres loch has received a significant funding boost.
Thousands flock to Forres to mark 91st annual Forres Highland Games, including a stag party from Edinburgh
A Moray town was in the festival spirit and greeted hundreds of visitors on Saturday for the 91st annual Forres Highland Games.
The highlight of Lossiemouth's social calendar, the sixth annual Seafest, concluded yesterday with a special outdoor event.
A Moray community has been told to help raise funds to replace ageing equipment at a play park - or lose it for good.
A silent disco for older people will return to Elgin.
Funding to cut some of a Moray town's most unkempt grass areas could be taken from a Common Good pot.
Moray Inshore Rescue Organisation (Miro) has taken a pro-active approach to training with emergency services in the region.
The future of a popular Moray tourism attraction is hanging the balance after failing to attract any potential new owners.
A Swedish mother who crashed her car into a ditch after drinking has blamed Brexit.