A cast of performers comprised entirely of adults with learning difficulties from Moray are preparing to step into the spotlight for a pantomime.
A code word has been launched by police in Moray in an attempt to keep revellers safe during the festive period.
Calls have been made to move a taxi rank in a Moray town centre to free up spaces for disabled motorists.
Repairs to a Moray town centre shop that was on the brink of collapse are now expected to continue until summer 2020.
Mother whose baby was dumped as ‘clinical waste’ by Moray hospital fears her family will never be able to rest
A Moray mum whose baby was thrown in “clinical waste” has revealed she does not believe her family will ever get the answers they deserve.
A Moray secondary school is producing its first musical since moving to its new campus six years ago - after staff were stunned at the talent of pupils.
Free festive parking in a Moray town centre is due to return next week in an effort to increase footfall in the run-up to Christmas.
Construction work on Moray’s busiest road will be halted at weekends to avoid affecting the Christmas shopping rush.
Heroin with an estimated street value of more than £50,000 has been recovered following an intelligence led operation in the New Elgin area.
A Moray mum who screamed abuse and kicked out at police who attempted to help her while she was in a drunken stupor has been told she was lucky someone with evil intentions did not find her first.
Anxious Moray residents have pressed transport bosses to reveal their preferred route for the upgraded A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road as soon as possible.
Education bosses at Moray Council remain confident a new primary school will be ready in time to prevent a huge surge in costs.
A space prison that tests pupils’ maths skills to crack codes and escape has been created at a Moray school.
Action plan published by NHS to fulfill 21 recommendations from Scottish Government for Moray hospital
The Scottish Government has issued NHS Grampian with a 21 point plan it believes will drive improvements for maternity and children’s services in Moray.
The top clinician at Dr Gray’s hospital has insisted management are committed to making it more attractive to junior doctors.
Campaigners in Moray have pledged cash for two research projects to help create a brighter future for youngsters with a potentially deadly disease.
Action plan to restore services at Moray hospital continues to ‘lack detail’ but will be published next week
An action plan detailing how services will be restored to a Moray hospital continues to “lack detail” – despite it being demanded more than three months ago.
Campaigners fighting for the full restoration of maternity and children’s services to Moray have given the recent recruitment boost a cautious welcome.
Hi-spec models of historical planes, trains and automobiles have been displayed at the north of Scotland’s biggest show.
Thousands of people packed the centre of Elgin at the weekend for the town’s spectacular annual fireworks display.
A charity that supports vulnerable victims of crime in Moray says it is being “pushed to the limit” by staff shortages and increasing demand for its service.
Trust builds support for new sports pitch in Elgin to replace ‘outdated, unsuitable and unsafe’ facilities
More than 100 people packed a public meeting last night to build support for a new artificial sports pitch in Moray.
Health bosses yesterday revealed fewer pregnant mums will need to travel to Aberdeen to give birth following the recruitment of new doctors at the hospital in Elgin.
Police are appealing for information after the disappearance of a teenage boy in Moray.
A motorist who was stopped while more than seven times the drink drive limit in Moray has been warned he faces a prison sentence.
Shoppers in Moray have been urged to check their change amid reports of a large amount of fake £2 coins in the region.
NHS Grampian has been accused of failing patients awaiting eye treatment in Moray after it was revealed waiting times are nearly double the target.
An award-winning author will tour a series of north-east schools next week to mark the 20th anniversary of a widespread reading campaign.
Warnings have been issued that services could leave Elgin unless the lack of investment in public facilities is reversed.
The sparkle of a Moray teenager will continue to be spread this year on Christmas cards inspired by the youngster.
Graduates at Moray College UHI have been urged to use their new qualifications to “inspire” others to reach their potential.
A Moray mother fears a tyre on her car could have exploded on a busy road after falling victim to the alleged tack vandal.