Moray man banned from driving after being caught drunk behind the wheel and carrying knuckle dusters
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A popular bakery which closed down after 100 years of trading has reopened under a new name following a major refurbishment.
Government officials have been told they must not allow the expansion of a Speyside windfarm for fear it would have a catastrophic impact upon some of Moray’s finest landscapes.
Two of Moray’s local armed forces renewed their rivalry as they competed in a hard-fought football match.
Three mums who led a £60,000 campaign to bring their local park back to life celebrated its official opening at the weekend.
Beaches across the north became canvases yesterday in a special commemoration for Scottish heroes who died in the First World War.
A benefit concert was held on Saturday night in Lossiemouth to help fundraise for the local family who lost their home during the Beach Bar blaze two months ago.
Soup queen Audrey Baxter has put her mansion - complete with separate gyms - up for sale at nearly £1million.
Thousands of people from around Moray remembered the fallen as they flocked to services to commemorate Armistice Day in towns throughout the region.
It is a part of north-east Scotland which was almost completely destroyed by the ravages of the Great War.
Ambitious plans to promote tourism in Moray have been given a boost after winning the backing of businesses.
The Fisherman’s Hall in Buckie is a success story the region can be proud of, its new operators said yesterday as the town played host to a government minister.
A pair of teenage girls have raised concerns with the police after they were followed by a “suspicious” man acting unusually in Hopeman this week.
A 41-year-old has been charged in connection with two alleged break-ins at service stations in the north-east.
A teenager who took MDMA to a house party has admitted giving the drug out - causing one man’s heart to stop beating.
A Moray man meowed in a stranger’s face after being asked to leave a pub - for drunkenly throwing chips around.
North-east school children have been treated to a whirlwind reading adventure by award-winning author Phil Earle.
The trustees behind Moray’s only dedicated venue for exhibiting art have launched a crowdfunding campaign in order to pay for vital structural repairs.
A campaign to highlight the consequences of providing alcohol to under-18s has been launched in Moray.
Mountain rescuers will be supported by a police helicopter in certain circumstances after they claimed that their lives were being put at risk.
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A heartfelt fundraising ball will be held this month to celebrate five years since a little north-east girl’s life was saved by the kindness of an organ donor.
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.
Teenage mental health ambassadors will help promote the need for better mental wellbeing as part of an innovative new campaign launched in Moray.
A historic fishing boat in Moray has been restored to its prime by a squad of convicts performing community service.
A Moray ski centre has guaranteed a start date to their skiing season in early December following a £200,000 investment from Highland and Islands Enterprise.
More motorists have been caught boozing behind the wheel in the north-east than anywhere else in Scotland since the new drink-drive limits were brought in.
Initiatives aimed at encouraging people in the north and north-east to get on their bikes have been given £64,000 of Scottish Government funding.
Aberdeen academics will play a key role in a new £15.8million artificial intelligence centre set up to help hospital patients get better treatment and a faster diagnosis.
A motion has been lodged in parliament celebrating plans to base a new charity air ambulance in Aberdeen.
Campaigners in Moray fighting to protect their village from future landslips have blamed “bureaucracy” for the wait for action to safeguard their homes.
A Highlands MSP has urged the Scottish Government to ensure lessons are learned from the staffing shortages that led to the downgrading of Moray’s maternity unit.
Moray’s largest entertainment venue will use what will be its busiest period of the year to prove its worth to the region.