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A school bus driver in Moray was taken to hospital yesterday following a collision involving his vehicle and a lorry.
College students caught in the crossfire of a wages row between the Scottish Government and lecturers will miss out on lessons today as teaching staff go on strike.
Police have stepped up efforts to trace a Moray man who has not been seen for more than three weeks.
Two people were taken to hospital yesterday afternoon following a five-vehicle crash on the A96 near Forres.
Aberdeen has been revealed as the fly-tipping capital of northern Scotland – with residents reporting dumped waste in their gardens, streets and parks more than 20 times a day.
On the third day of the P&J’s series on challenges and trends in the funeral sector, Calum Ross finds a dramatic rise in cremations.
The owners of Moray’s crematorium have pledged to investigate car park improvements after a local mourner reported “chaos” at recent ceremonies.
There was a historic meeting in Burghead at the weekend, when a woman and a baby who were born in the same house 100 years apart met for the first time.
Two people have been taken to hospital following a five-vehicle crash on the A96 near Forres.
Fears of bankruptcy surface as Moray Council may have to admit defeat in setting a balanced budget with £8m cuts still to find
Fears have been raised that Scottish Government officials could be drafted in to tackle Moray Council's looming budget crisis.
A north-east student has made it to the final of a UK-wide cookery competition with her Scots take on an Italian classic.
The team behind a new north-east sports complex fear the region could miss out on capitalising on Andy Murray’s glittering career unless a funding announcement is made imminently.
The battle to save two of Moray's banks from closure will now reach London, as the region's MP takes the cause to Westminster.
Students from Japan have arrived in Moray to take part in an arts collaboration event for the first time.
As part of the P&J’s week-long series on the challenges grieving families face when a loved one dies, Calum Ross today investigates the soaring cost of funerals.
Businesses in Moray are being given the opportunity to learn how to create the most effective digital strategy from a leading expert in the field.
PoppyScotland is to launch a new service to help veterans negotiate the welfare system.
A big freeze is on the way for the north and north-east of Scotland as temperatures plummet this week.
Graveyards are on the brink of running out of space for new burials in dozens of communities across the north and north-east, it can be revealed.
Tourism businesses throughout the Moray, Speyside and Nairn areas are being given the chance to become more digital-savvy through a series of workshops at the end of January.
A new scheme has been launched to create an interactive Doric Portal which will allow access to an unprecedented treasure trove of works in the language.
Pupils at a Moray primary school are appealing for relatives of a local WW1 soldier to attend a special event in his memory.
The police have made a fresh appeal for witnesses as they try to trace a Moray man who has not been seen since Christmas Eve.
Residents of Moray have vented online after being slapped with the council's bill to pick up garden waste.
A Moray wildlife safari company has expanded into the Highlands.
The NHS has not had to discipline a single Scottish hospital worker for failing to wash their hands in the last two years.
Local authorities have admitted they are under “pressure” to act on cemetery provision but insisted that “plans are in place” for many sites.
Police are asking anyone with information to come forward following the disappearance of a man from Moray.
Coastal erosion could spell the end for a popular Moray beach – and the village that shelters behind it
Stark warnings have been issued about the potential loss of an entire Moray village to coastal erosion.
Huge flames leapt into the air as a Moray community celebrated the arrival of the New Year in its own unique style.
Campaigners in Lossiemouth have vowed to take the fight to save their last bank to Westminster.
Drop-in exhibitions showcasing what the future of Moray could look like will be held next month.