After saving a Moray landmark on the brink of closure, a group of campaigners are now drawing up plans to put it at the heart of the community.
The approval of a new gym in Elgin has prompted fears that attendances at Moray Leisure Centre could be driven down even further.
Fears former mart in Moray may lie empty for at least another four years after housing plan is rejected
Fears have been raised that two large derelict sites in Moray’s biggest town could lie empty for at least another four years after the latest plans to revitalise them were rejected.
A hand grenade was safely detonated on Lossiemouth’s East Beach yesterday following its discovery in a Moray back garden.
Vandals have struck at the heart of a historic Moray park, causing outrage within the community.
A Moray delivery driver who broke his best friend’s nose in a pub fight has been fined.
Hospital transfer arrangements between hospitals condemned after Moray mum has to transport ‘seriously ill’ daughter herself
Transfer arrangements between two north-east hospitals set up because of a staff shortage have been condemned after it emerged a mum had to transport her seriously ill child 65 miles herself – only to be told she might not be admitted.
Older patients at a Moray care home and hospital have been given the chance to dance with a new silent disco scheme being piloted in the region.
A Moray school was forced to close yesterday after sewage started spilling out into the interior of the building.
The latest bid to breathe fresh life into a wasteland in Moray’s biggest town could be about to be thwarted.
Emergency restoration works to a historic building in a Moray town centre could take more than two years to complete.
Black-and-white footage dating back more than a century has emerged of the opening of one of Moray’s most treasured landmarks.
Police have issued an appeal for information to trace a 45-year-old man reported missing from the Garthdee area of Aberdeen.
Health service campaigners in Moray have demanded action from NHS Grampian to prevent hospital transfers becoming more hazardous during the winter.
Students in Moray have felt the heat in the kitchen with some of the country’s top chefs while preparing a five-course gala dinner.
A 71-year-old Elgin woman who paid a £2,000 deposit for a renewable heating system which was never installed told a jury she had not misunderstood the salesman’s promise of Government funding.
A Moray teenager will undertake a Herculean challenge next month in memory of his sister.
Cash strapped Moray Council paid £1.2 million for houses in Elgin only to leave them sitting empty after the Western Link Road project was aborted.
An RAF serviceman who got behind the wheel to buy food after a boozy night out has been disqualified for 12 months.
Work on a new social housing scheme designed to allow older people to live independently has begun.
Nearly 1,000 cyclists have pounded roads, paths and tracks across the north-east as part of one of the country’s most scenic sporting challenges.
Two specially trained dogs were sent to sniff out the scent of illegal tobacco sales in Moray over the weekend.
A Moray motorcyclist has died following a crash in the Northern Isles.
A Moray motorcyclist has died following a crash on Orkney.
Maternity campaigners in Moray have pressed the Scottish Government to publicise a recovery plan drawn up to guide the return of services.
A drug dealer was found with £600 worth of heroin hidden in a Kinder egg following a raid on his home in Lossiemouth.
A little piggy who got lost on his way to market has found a new home in Moray after spending a night banged up behind bars.
A Moray father who went on the rampage in his own home after a drinking session has been spared prison.
The relaxation of planning rules in Moray has led to warnings the region could be facing an influx of out-of-town developments.
It may have divided opinion when it first appeared in Elgin but the Dandy Lion is now being hailed as one of the drivers behind a resurgence of the town’s retail heart.
MP’s concerns that north-east maternity units going ‘from bad to worse’ as staffing shortage continues
Concerns have been raised about the additional burden extra patients from Moray will place on the maternity service in Aberdeen.
An environment charity has planted seeds at one of Moray’s most popular parks in an attempt to encourage people to eat local.