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Ambulance bosses have been urged to make permanent a trial aimed at improving cover in Moray by stopping sending crews to calls elsewhere.
Climate change campaigners lined the streets of Forres yesterday in support of global strike action to help raise awareness of endangered species.
Recycling rates in Moray have been celebrated as one of the best in the country.
An inspirational Moray woman has continued to defy the limitations of her degenerative illness by preparing to bring a new life into the world.
The Royal Air Force’s links to the north-east have again been celebrated in the christening of its second new P-8 Poseidon spy plane.
Pupils at a Moray primary school are poised to go head-to-head with speeding drivers in an attempt to reduce dangers outside the gates.
A sex offender has admitted fleeing to Speyside after his secret past was discovered.
Concerns have been raised about the future of healthcare in a Moray town following the withdrawal of care packages by a provider.
A jealous Moray man has admitted harassing his ex-girlfriend by repeatedly calling to find out where she was and who she was with.
Extra patrols have been organised by police after three women were approached by men while walking alone in a Moray village.
A Speyside butcher is celebrating claiming top honours in a pie contest just 18 months after opening.
MSPs want to quiz Aberdeen's two universities on their plans to become "financially sustainable" after the sector’s struggles were laid bare in a new report.
Opposition councillors’ ‘frustration’ at delays to health services in grass cutting debates at Moray Council
Opposition councillors in Moray have hit out at delays in attempting to discuss on-going health service concerns in the region and grass cutting fears.
A supervisor at a recycling centre in Lossiemouth has described the moment he pricked his finger on a needle pulled from a bag of rubbish.
A highland games event for school pupils in Moray has generated a funding boost for three charities.
A series of events have been organised to find out what a new health care facility in a Moray town could look like.
Much-awaited work to install traffic lights at a notorious junction in a Moray town will begin next month.
Warning of ‘very concerning’ trend of violence against gulls after bird spotted with arrow through its head in Moray
Concerns about the booming population of gulls in a Moray town have taken a sinister turn after one was spotted with an arrow through its head.
The ARCHIE Foundation is celebrating another hugely successful Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket Trail auction – but one man went the extra mile to help them towards Tuesday evening's impressive fundraising total.
A 32-year-old man has been charged in connection with alleged drug offences.
A major housebuilder is preparing to return to Moray for the first time in more than 20 years with plans for more than 100 homes.
Sergeant Peter Lorrain-Smith is browsing in a book shop when his phone suddenly rings with the police control room on the other end.
A small army of eco-warriors in Moray have been armed with the tools to try and finally claim victory over the scourge of discarded rubbish.
One of Moray’s longest serving councillors has announced he intends to step down following two decades in the chambers.
Police have traced a man who went missing in Lossiemouth earlier. Nicholas Gallon had disappeared in the Moray town this afternoon. The 46-year-old was traced “safe and well” by officers by around 9.50pm, a police spokeswoman said.
A Moray dad-of-two wants to break down stereotypes of foster carers to encourage more adults to offer to look after children.
Police in Moray are appealing for witnesses following three suspicious fires along the coast.
A youth charity in Moray is preparing to come of age at the weekend with a party to celebrate its 21st birthday.
A bridge closure in Moray caused by flash flooding has been extended by almost another two months.
Nearly 500 people gathered at the weekend to take the first steps towards reviving a Moray town's traditional fair.
Many may think that a day in the life of a police officer is like cops and robbers, but in reality it is far more about prevention and protection.
A bowling club has become the unlikely home for a post office in a Moray village.