An American teacher who is “desperate” to help fill classroom vacancies in Moray says she has been blocked from getting a job in the region because the council will not back her application for a visa. Read More
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An employee, who worked at a Moray care home for nearly 20 years, has avoided being struck off after falling asleep on the job.
An American teacher who is “desperate” to help fill classroom vacancies in Moray says she has been blocked from getting a job in the region because the council will not back her application for a visa.
High visibility patrols across the north-east at the weekend resulted with 11 people being charged with alleged drink-driving offences
Moray Council has been accused of “failing” children after it emerged teachers dedicated to pupils with specialist needs have been pulled to cover staff shortages more than 300 times since the beginning of the year.
A north-east policeman whose duties included guarding the Royal Family has died after 14 years in a coma after a horrific car crash.
A dog that was being swept out to sea off the Moray coast was plucked to safety yesterday.
A Moray school librarian has narrowly missed out on being named the best in the UK – but still claimed the top honour in Scotland.
Union members in Moray have vowed to “resist” any proposals to reduce services at the region’s libraries.
Emergency services are currently looking for a missing man in the Elgin area. The coastguards from Buckie and Burghead have been tasked with assisting the police with the search. Update: The man has now been located. A police spokesman said: “The man has now been found.”
A £330million upgrade of the Aberdeen to Inverness rail line has been plunged into uncertainty amid a dispute between Holyrood and Westminster.
A Moray teenager is facing an agonising wait for a new liver as her life-threatening condition worsens every day.
A Moray woman, who was subjected to years of domestic abuse, has spoken of her ordeal in the hope it will encourage others to break free from violent relationships.
A national pizza chain will open a new shop in Elgin next week, serving up new employment opportunities to Moray.
A Moray motorist caught doing 117mph on a notorious stretch of road where fed-up residents recently resorted to using hairdryers as mock speed cameras has been banned from driving.
A Moray man with a foot fetish asked to see the toes of a 12-year-old girl while she waited at a bus stop.
Overnight admissions will return to the children’s ward at Dr Gray’s Hospital from next week following the recruitment of two new doctors.
A Moray schoolteacher has opened a new art exhibition, inspired by the wishes of children.
Scottish tourism bosses have confirmed nearly two-thirds of their tourist information centres will close as part of a “radical” move, designed to meet the increasingly digital needs of visitors.
A Moray nightclub bouncer has been barred from working in the security industry after “propelling” a customer through a doorway.
The whisky industry has raised a glass to a regional champion by bestowing him with the prestigious “Keeper of the Quaich” title.
A Moray lorry driver is believed to be the first to get back behind the wheel of a truck following a heart transplant.
Trading standards teams in Moray have declared war on scammers and rogue traders blighting the region.
Residents in a Moray village were cautiously celebrating last night after a controversial housing project was rejected.
A Moray musician is hosting a poignant concert to fund her family’s work to provide aid to victims of hurricane devastation in the Caribbean.
Moray’s MSP and MP have joined forces in a rare show of political unity to renewal calls for an upgraded health centre in the region.
The first turf has been cut on a £12million business park in Moray that could create up to 4,000 jobs.
A bank machine may soon be back in the heart of a Speyside village as part of a shop expansion.
Tenants at a Moray holiday park have accused the owners of charging “unaffordable” rates increases in an attempt to create a mass exodus.
Police are "anxious" to locate a missing Forres man who was last seen yesterday afternoon.
More than 40 hardy Lossiemouth residents braved a fiery charity challenge by hot-footing it across a trail of burning embers last night.
Scotland’s first minister has been asked to intervene as a Moray family launches a last-ditch effort for answers on the “mystery” death of their teenage son.
An era has come to an end at Elgin railway station with the demolition of a signal box that has stood by the tracks for 70 years.