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A Moray businessman is preparing for his firm’s “D-Day” as its vision of expanding on a new site is due to be decided.
Buckie could be next in line in Moray for a new secondary school – and could be joined by a new primary school too.
More than 1,000 litres of diesel have been stolen during a night time raid at a Moray quarry.
Fresh doubts have been raised about the future of four primary schools in Moray after they were described as “unsustainable”.
A lorry driver has been banned from the roads for 30 months for causing a horrific crash which killed a pensioner.
The owner of an Elgin fish and chip shop has admitted having sex with an underage teenager.
Almost two decades’ worth of pigeon droppings and mess have been scraped from the floor of a fire-ravaged Moray nightclub as plans to revive it as a block of flats gather pace.
Weather warnings have been put in place across the north and north-east today as forecasters predict heavy rain and thunder showers.
Moray’s biggest hospital has been put forward as a potential centre for rural education to solve repeated staffing crises.
Rare bottles of whisky from a Speyside distillery have been taken off display following concerns they could be fake.
A DJ has been jailed for five years for sex attacks on a man and woman who have Down syndrome.
NHS Grampian has been asked for guarantees that overnight care for children will return following staffing shortages.
Moray Council has found it is far shorter of teachers than expected as pupils return following the holidays.
The owners of a popular holiday park have vowed not to move an “unauthorised” caravan on their site – even if they are ordered to.
A Moray woman attacked while walking home alone at night believes only the arrival of police during the assault prevented her from receiving more serious injuries.
The stark “Closing Down Sale” sign spelled out in huge letters on sheets of paper blocking out the windows of Third Brothers furniture store will have come as a shock to many.
A Moray councillor has expressed fears that his own three–year-old granddaughter will have grandchildren by the time the A96 dualling in the area is complete.
A cherished Elgin landmark which has been closed to the public since 2003 will not be allowed to take part in this year’s Doors Open Day.
The first group of Moray teachers who trained through a distance learning scheme will start in the area’s classrooms this month.
Firefighters across the north of Scotland had to use mobile phones to communicate with control room staff after radio communications were cut for an entire weekend.
It is more than just a game.
A Moray town’s run of hosting the European Pipe Band Championships is to come to an end after the announcement that next year’s event will be the last in the town.
A Forres light show which was hailed a success last year has been given two major funding awards to support this year’s event.
Dozens of drivers in Moray have been charged by police about being caught using their mobile phones while at the wheel.
Fears have been raised that bin bags stuffed with building materials dumped at a Moray harbour will spark a spate of fly-tipping.
A staffing crisis at Moray’s biggest hospital means children needing overnight care will have to be taken to Aberdeen or Inverness.
Emergency services were called to a north-east beauty spot after a car rolled from a harbour wall and was left with its front end dangling into the sea.
A group of Moray artists are hosting their third exhibition, as they look to showcase their work to a wider audience.
The £100 million plan to get RAF Lossiemouth ready for the arrival of a fleet of Poseiden spy planes has got off the ground as the search begins for candidates to fill the first vacancy.
Under-utilised parts of Moray’s vast woodland have been earmarked as a way to boost the region’s economy.
A Moray conservationist who has devoted more than two decades to preserving some of Scotland’s most historic trees will receive a personal award from the Prime Minister today.