A Moray group that acts as a safety net for vulnerable people who fall victim to financial pressures may have to close its doors – because of council cuts.
Three parents’ dream of bringing back a beloved play park to a Moray town has taken a massive step forward.
Emergency crews have been called to deal with a north-east electricity pole which caught fire.
Police in Moray are investigating a sheep worrying incident which occurred at a farm in the Drybridge area of Buckie this week.
A second Moray drug-driver in the space of a week has been banned from the roads after crashing into people’s homes.
A Moray councillor fears a coastal community which has flooded three times in five years is being left at risk of further devastation – because it is not classed as “vulnerable”.
A cast of Moray performers hope they will not have to resort to rubbing a magic lamp to wish for a new home for their annual shows.
Moray Council is targeting the summer to come to an agreement with the Scottish and UK governments over the region’s city deal funding bid.
Campaigners believe a performance venue in Moray needs to host a variety of events if it is going to carve out a viable future.
Space for 7,000 new homes and more than 100 acres of land for businesses have been included in a glimpse 20 years into Moray’s future.
A Buckie community centre will get a £600,000 refurbishment to boost childcare services in the region.
Campaigners fighting to save a cherished Moray hall from closure believe time is of the essence to keep the doors open.
A Moray newborn has become one of the youngest library users in the UK.
Campaigners fighting for the future of a Buckie landmark are now certain it will survive, following a packed public meeting last night.
When a person goes missing, there is understandably an atmosphere of panic among their family and loved ones.
Almost four years since his father disappeared, Ian Bramald’s son says the family still hold out hope they can solve the mystery of what happened.
Campaigners fighting to keep the doors of a cherished Buckie hall open believe the council’s financial “mess” could give them the chance to thrive.
A Moray baby could not wait to join the new year celebrations - arriving just 10 seconds after the bells.
Users of a Moray respite centre destined for closure have hit out after only learning of the move in the Press & Journal.
Thousands of pounds worth of damage has been caused to festive decorations in a Moray town by drunken “fools”.
A Moray couple who have devoted nearly four decades to the Boys’ Brigade have been recognised for their devotion to the organisation.
A Moray family has raised more than £4,000 to help shake off the stigma of mental health illnesses and guard against allergies.
A mum-of-two booted a woman in the head and ruined her £500 hairpiece following a row about queue-jumping at a Buckie take-away restaurant.
Campaigners fear they will have to overcome a mountain of red tape in their attempts to keep the doors of a cherished Buckie institution open.
A pair of sisters who got married on the same day 60 years ago celebrated their double diamond wedding anniversary last night.
A dredger which cost cash-strapped Moray Council £2.4million has only performed about six months of work since it was launched last April.
A community stalwart in a north-east town has died following a “freak accident” after he slipped on ice.
Showdown talks are due to take place between energy bosses and Moray fishermen who claim to have had equipment destroyed in “creel wars”.
A three-month consultation has been commissioned following a review that classed four Moray primary schools as “unsustainable”.
A heroic barmaid who saved the life of a customer who collapsed due to a suspected heart attack has raised almost enough cash to buy a new defibrillator for the area.
A heroic barmaid has been praised for saving the life of a customer who collapsed with a suspected heart attack.
A Moray man has admitted sexually assaulting a barmaid before ranting and raving at guests at a caravan park.