A Moray care worker was given a formal warning that will stay on his record for three years after laughing and joking while a resident was in distress.
Parents in Moray have been told to “wise up” about road safety ahead of school crossing patrollers being axed across the region.
Hundreds of well-wishers have attended a new Moray event to salute the region’s emergency services heroes.
Prosecutors have confirmed a suspect police believed was responsible for the tack attacks that blighted a Moray community for years will not be taken to court.
The legacy of an inspirational Moray teenager who lost a battle with cancer has now helped more than 100 families facing the same plight.
A group of worshippers in Moray have been overwhelmed with letters of goodwill following a terrorist attack.
Suggestions put forward for name of Moray housing development include references to ancient home for bishops
Extra time has been allowed for Moray residents to suggest a name for a new housing complex.
One of the world's most famous plays will be unveiled in Aberdeen this week.
Some of Moray’s youngest residents have been celebrated at an awards ceremony to recognise their achievements.
Dozens of gaming enthusiasts from across Scotland travelled to the north-east at the weekend for an endurance design competition.
Construction has finally begun on a new primary school in Moray more than six months after it was due to hold its first classes.
A multi-million-pound project to upgrade the train lines north of Aberdeen will be finished by the end of summer.
Hundreds of school pupils have attended the first day of an Elgin science festival, designed to capture their imaginations.
A housing association is appealing for ideas from locals to name its newest complex in Moray.
Gaming enthusiasts from across the country will arrive in the north-east this week for a design competition.
A Moray teenager with a passion for learning is aiming to travel to Africa later this year to teach poetry.
Lecturers strike outside north-east MSP’s office to urge Scottish Government to intervene in pay dispute
Lecturers have picketed the office of a Scottish Government minister in an attempt to get him to intervene in a pay dispute.
Scotrail has pledged to continue working to introduce late night services between Elgin and Inverness.
Hopes have been raised that a new £1.2million fund will help give Moray’s town centres a new lease of life.
The upkeep of a popular Elgin tourist attraction could be badly affected if plans go ahead to sell the land next door.
A project to build a new primary school in Moray is now back on track after a major contractor fell into administration.
A fresh blow has been dealt to a troubled project to build a new school in Moray.
Moray Leisure Centre has thrown its weight behind the council’s drive to save swimming pools in the region.
An eyesore building in a Moray town centre has been approved for demolition for the second time after the initial proposals were blocked by the Scottish Government.
A north-east performer has cemented his position as a bothy ballads stalwart by becoming only the second person to claim the “champion of champions” title for the sixth time.
The historic links between a Moray clothing company and a hospital in its home town have been celebrated to help fund a refurbishment of the health facility.
Groups that saved town halls across Moray from closure last year have vowed to reach out more to communities in order to thrive.
A sheltered housing complex in Moray has held a party for a double anniversary.
A pioneering new role has been launched at a Moray hospital to help ease the pressure from staff shortages.
Obituary: North-east campaigner with love of outdoors donates body to medical science to aid MND fight
A campaigner from Moray with a love of the outdoors has died at the age of 74 following a battle with motor neurone disease.
Campaigners fighting for improvements to maternity services in Moray have called for a massive show of support from locals later this month.
Moray man jailed again after threatening ambulance staff and police – just 10 days after being released for similar offence
A Moray man who threatened emergency service workers just 10 days after being released from prison for a similar offence has been jailed again.