A north-east seaman has received one of France’s highest honours for the part he played in the D-Day landings.
Moray mourners are being “exploited” for cremations due to a lack of choice in crematoriums, it was claimed yesterday.
Moray man unleashed a ‘flurry’ of punches on Hogmanay reveller because he thought he was ‘too rough’ with his girlfriend
A Moray man who punched a Hogmanay reveller after taking umbrage with the way he approached a woman has been fined after it emerged the perceived victim was his girlfriend.
Campaigners fighting to preserve a treasured community hall in Moray are poised to sign a lease to preserve its future.
Strathlene Golf Club has closed to the public today after the tragic death of a man on the course.
Young talent has taken to the stage in Moray to help stroke victims across the region.
A Moray shop manager has hit out after thieves broke into his store and made off with charity tins.
Councillors yesterday backed plans for major improvement works to be carried out at Buckie Harbour.
Hundreds of children have come together for a special football tournament to remember a community stalwart in a north-east town.
A primary school and a historic church in Buckie are to be protected from flooding as part of a £700,000 drainage improvement project.
A tradesman who “preyed” on vulnerable pensioners to scam them out of nearly £30,000 has been jailed.
A 38-year-old man has been charged with possession of class A drugs with a 'street' value of £6,000 in Buckie over the weekend.
A pervert who downloaded so many indecent images of children that police cybercrime officers stopped counting once they passed half a million was jailed for 22 months yesterday.
A rescue operation has been launched to help someone stuck on the Moray coast. An emergency services crew from Buckie is searching the coast around Strathlene following a report of a person on a cliff. It is understood they were winched to safety at around 10.30pm.
An entire class of Moray primary school children have given their first public performance after taking part in an education experiment.
A kind-hearted businessman has stepped in to help a Boys Brigade group after the youths missed out on winning a state-of-the-art minibus in a recent Press and Journal competition.
Moray Council believes switching bin collections to every three weeks could save the struggling authority up to £500,000 a year.
Hopes have been raised that a town hall in Moray may remain open beyond June after a leading Highland League club dropped out of the race to take it over.
An inspirational Moray granny has danced her way to a massive charity donation and is showing no signs of slowing down yet.
A Moray couple who maintain their village paddling pool as a labour of love have launched a fundraising campaign to offset decades of decay.
A 46-year-old Moray man downloaded more than half a million images of child pornography over an eight-year period.
A tradesman who scammed Moray pensioners out of nearly £30,000 after doing dodgy repairs to their roof has been given time to raise money to reimburse his victims.
A Christmas extravaganza in a Moray town has been revived after the organisers found themselves overwhelmed with demands to reinstate it.
Construction of a new industrial estate to support the regeneration of a Moray port is expected to be completed this week.
A eleventh-hour move has been made to delay a decision on the future of closure-threatened town halls across Moray.
Autism services in Moray have been thrown a lifeline following talks between a national charity and social care officials.
Autism charity accuses Moray Council of failing to support those with condition amid pull-out threat
Autism care across Moray could be on the verge of collapse, with a leading charity threatening to close its centres in the midst of a wrangle with the council.
A motorist has been jailed after leaving a trail of destruction in a Moray town while high on drugs – including crashing into the side of a school.
The reigning Highland League Champions are among the rival groups vying for control of a closure-threatened town hall in Moray.
A group of Moray parents are a step closer to realising their dream of reviving a neglected play park.
A fresh row broke out over the future of closure-threatened town halls in Moray yesterday after an MSP suggested the local authority might be “falling short” of a law.
Thieves have stolen nearly £10,000 worth of lobster creels from Buckie - leaving fishermen facing “financial meltdown”.