Undercover police discovered drugs stuffed inside a handbag after spotting a man lighting up in an Elgin car park.
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A young campaigner has penned an energetic song as part of an impassioned plea to encourage doctors to move to Moray.
Landmarks in Elgin’s town centre will have a different light shone on them from now on.
A new £11.5million primary school in Moray’s biggest town has moved another step closer.
A former takeaway owner has been jailed for having sex with an underage teenager at his Elgin business.
A £30,000 revamp of neglected Moray tennis courts is expected to be completed next month.
A crash between two vehicles blocked a busy north-east road in Moray this morning.
About 10 tonnes of steel beams have been stolen from a Moray business.
Serving personnel from the north of Scotland will proudly march through the streets of Elgin today to launch the Highland Military Tattoo.
An historic Moray property that once belonged to Elgin's final Lord Provost has been put up for sale.
An underpass in the centre of Elgin is scheduled to undergo £25,000 of essential maintenance work.
Colourful signs aimed at boosting the number of children walking to school are returning to Elgin.
A bird charity has warned health and safety rules could come into play before lasers can be used to tackle Elgin’s gull problem.
More than 80% of Unite union members at a north-east housing firm have voted to strike over pay.
A Moray company is expanding and hiring new staff after landing a funding boost.
Lasers could be the latest weapon to be deployed in Moray in the war against menacing gulls.
Two new pedestrian crossings have been proposed for Elgin in a bid to increase road safety as part of a £200,000 project.
A specially-trained sniffer dog has joined the battle against drug abuse in Moray.
The latest offerings from Moray food and drink producers are taking their place among traditional favourites at a major festival.
A Moray firm’s vision for a £3.5million expansion has secured further backing.
The legacy of an inspirational Moray youth worker will live on, now that one of her closest friends has organised a fundraiser to allow her work to continue.
A Moray choir is preparing for an emotional performance to support their instructor.
Essential work to prevent an Elgin landmark crumbling towards a “catastrophic failure” has been approved.
Dozens of fiddle players from across the country will descend on Moray next month for a huge group performance.
Internationally renowned performers will march through the centre of Elgin next month before taking centre stage at the Highland Military Tattoo.
The first tenants at a new £6million care complex in Moray are expected to start moving in next month.
A boxing club has been authorised to continue using its base in Elgin after going several rounds with neighbours who complained about the noises made during practice sessions.
Developers have revealed nearly 2,000 jobs will be created as part of plans for an offshore windfarm to be based on the Moray coast.
At the tender age of seven, her campaigning career is starting early.
Two teens caused nearly £40,000 of damage after going on a rampage at a Moray building site.
An accounting student has been spared jail after giving cocaine to a 14-year-old.
Campaigners have called for a new railway bridge in the west of Elgin as the town braces itself for overnight closures on a “vital” route.