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A popular Moray pub and restaurant has been destroyed by a fire in the early hours of this morning.
Opposition councillors in Moray are pressing the authority to consider ways of scrapping controversial tests for P1 pupils.
Accommodation in Moray specifically designed for residents suffering from dementia has been praised as an “innovative” approach to allow people to live independently for longer.
A new centre to help victims of sexual violence has opened its doors in Moray.
A Moray primary school is sending home maths packs with children in an attempt to get parents more involved with their children’s learning.
Shock figures show pupils with additional support needs are ‘real victims’ of Moray’s teacher recruitment crisis
Shock figures have revealed that nearly two years of specialist teaching for youngsters who need extra support have been lost in Moray in the last year.
Military jets in the north-east have been scrambled to intercept Russian bombers approaching UK airspace.
Buildings in Moray that are ordinarily sealed off from everyday eyes throughout the year are poised to welcome hundreds of visitors tomorrow.
Three friends who nursed their friend during her final months have set up a charity in Moray to help others prepare for death.
A hugely successful life-saving scheme aimed at reducing crashes on north-east roads has been spared the axe after businesses pledged £40,000 to secure its survival.
A man was yesterday banned from driving for 20 months after he drunkenly reversed a car into a wall following an argument with his partner.
Moray Council’s governing administration has backed a tourism tax for the region in an attempt to bolster investment in under-pressure services.
A north-east man who was missing for nearly two weeks has been traced safe and well.
The Scottish Government has announced plans to improve ambulance cover in Moray.
School pupils have been enjoying some hands-on work experience at the RAF Lossiemouth this week as part of an event to promote the Stem subjects.
Motorists in the north-east are poised for nearly six months of roadworks misery on one of the region’s busiest roads.
An Inverurie father has died following an incident involving a roller door at a city car dealership.
An ambulance has been called following a two vehicle collision on the A940 road, near to Grantown Road, just outside Forres. The road has been closed in both directions at the moment. Two people are thought to be injured, although it is unknown at the time how serious they have been hurt. More to follow.
A jetlagged motorist has admitted causing a head-on crash that killed a well-known Cullen handyman.
After saving a Moray landmark on the brink of closure, a group of campaigners are now drawing up plans to put it at the heart of the community.
The approval of a new gym in Elgin has prompted fears that attendances at Moray Leisure Centre could be driven down even further.
A pioneering new technology has been used to energise a power connection for a controversial windfarm in Moray.
The Press and Journal is one of the most trusted newspapers in the country, new research has found.
Fears former mart in Moray may lie empty for at least another four years after housing plan is rejected
Fears have been raised that two large derelict sites in Moray’s biggest town could lie empty for at least another four years after the latest plans to revitalise them were rejected.
Flood-hit towns and villages across the north and north-east have had their defences bolstered following the launch of a £420million warning scheme.
A Moray man has been jailed for two years for ransacking a pensioner's home as she slept.
The north and north-east of Scotland is expected to be battered by high winds and heavy rain tomorrow as the first named storm of the season arrives.
A man has been reported to the procurator fiscal following a police investigation into the cause of a collision between a lorry and a school bus last Thursday.
A hand grenade was safely detonated on Lossiemouth’s East Beach yesterday following its discovery in a Moray back garden.
The Fochabers Men’s Shed has become a cherished part of the Moray community.
RAF Lossiemouth could be used as a key bargaining tool to secure Nato membership for an independent Scotland, it has been claimed.
A voluntary group dedicated to preserving Moray’s aviation heritage has been praised for its commitment to showcasing the work done by personnel stationed to the region.