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Jets from RAF Lossiemouth have been scrambled this morning following reports of an unidentified aircraft approaching UK airspace.
A former Moray cinema has been given a new lease of life after being transformed into a wellness centre.
A new bench was unveiled in a Moray town to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.
A north-east outdoor adventure charity which helps youngsters across the region reach their full potential is hoping to win a new minibus with the Press and Journal.
An Aberdeenshire woman has become the first female in the Scotch whisky industry to be inducted into the Whisky Magazine's Hall of Fame.
A contentious scheme to dual an important road in Moray, via Fochabers, has divided opinion among community leaders.
Moray Council has been warned to plough more investment into schools to stop buildings deteriorating.
A Moray whisky company has been recognised for its portfolio of exclusive single malt whiskies at the Spirits Business 2018 Design and Packaging Masters.
An A96 dualling campaign group calling for more involvement in the decision making process for the new route has held positive talks with transport chiefs.
A promised £200 million rail investment between the north-east and central belt would only speed up journey times by two minutes.
Bank bosses have been told Moray communities will fight tooth and nail against their proposed branch closures.
A Moray man, who tried to slash the tyres of a van belonging to tradesmen who tried to help him, has avoided a prison sentence.
Moray entrepreneurs have been encouraged to sign up to a programme that will help them improve the speed and success of their new product and process development.
A Moray community hopes its new Christmas decorations will inspire others to help create a star to shine through the darkness.
A Moray MP has called on NHS Grampian to urgently improve its orthopaedic services after a resident was told he would have to wait ten months to see a consultant.
NHS Grampian has prepared a special task force composed of key members of the health board’s leadership to deal with the potential impact of Brexit.
A Moray nursing home received an adequate inspection report but staff were urged to supply residents with more drink options.
A Moray oil worker who threatened to publish “revenge porn” featuring his former girlfriend has been spared a prison sentence.
A man has been charged by police in connection with the tack attacks that have blighted a Moray community for months.
Former foreign secretary and arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson has warned the EU will not stop until it has “worked out a way to plunder the waters of Scotland for their fish”.
A man has been charged in relation to alleged culpable and reckless conduct after a number of tacks were left on the road in the Moray area.
Moray councillors have demanded a report to determine whether the local authority's dredger is a “white elephant” amid reports it has not moved for at least three months.
The sale of a Moray town hall to a private developer has been backed by both the local authority and the community but the final decision will be made by a court.
Free parking in Elgin town centre will return at the weekend for the festive period.
A cast of performers comprised entirely of adults with learning difficulties from Moray are preparing to step into the spotlight for a pantomime.
A scuba diving instructor has relived the moment a rookie diver suffered a panic attack 40ft beneath the North Sea and died.
A code word has been launched by police in Moray in an attempt to keep revellers safe during the festive period.
Moray’s bid for a £200 million growth deal to fund large-scale projects across the region has been described as a potential “game changer” for communities.
Bank bosses have been urged to retain cash points in in Moray towns affected by branch closures.
Calls have been made to move a taxi rank in a Moray town centre to free up spaces for disabled motorists.
Scotrail has issued an appeal for businesses to open up new shops and cafes at its train stations.
Repairs to a Moray town centre shop that was on the brink of collapse are now expected to continue until summer 2020.