Wildfires tore through the north and north-east of Scotland yesterday, with the fire service warning that blazes are likely to continue during the warm Easter weekend. Read More
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Fire crews were called to a house fire in Moray this afternoon.
A Second World War veteran returned to RAF Lossiemouth on her 94th birthday to share memories of a bygone age at the base.
A popular fundraising walk along the Moray coastline will return next month after last year’s event was cancelled following the death of two organisers.
A pensioner who still works out at the gym celebrated his 99th birthday at a party thrown by his sporty friends.
Paintings and tapestries from a much-loved Speyside artist who died last year have gone on display.
Wildfires tore through the north and north-east of Scotland yesterday, with the fire service warning that blazes are likely to continue during the warm Easter weekend.
A coastguard spokeswoman has confirmed that crews are in attendance at an "ongoing incident" at Burghead Harbour in Moray.
Army cadets from across the Highlands and Moray have sacrificed part of their Easter holidays to boost their leadership skills.
A new initiative has been launched to protect and preserve Scotland’s historic attractions for generations to come.
Coastguard crews called to a Moray beauty spot following the discovery of a deadly explosive got more than they bargained for when they stumbled upon another, even larger, device at the same time.
Efforts to bring a life-saving air ambulance to Aberdeen have received a major boost with £150,000 being ploughed into the training of new paramedics.
A bird hide has been opened in the Cairngorms as part of a project to protect habitats for wading birds which are in decline across the country.
A Moray offshore worker who kicked a police officer in the face after drunkenly causing trouble on a train has been ordered to carry out 50 hours of unpaid work.
A man who attempted to headbutt a police officer after being arrested for riding a motorcycle while more than double the drink drive limit was yesterday jailed for four months.
Moray's hidden gem golf courses have become centre stage in a new initiative designed to lure more visitors to the region to enjoy a sporting holiday.
Health officials in Moray hope the RAF will fly to the NHS’ rescue to ease the region’s staffing crisis.
A bomb squad has carried out a controlled explosion after two wartime devices were discovered at a Moray beauty spot today.
Aberdeen is home to the most crime-ridden train station in the north of Scotland, according to shocking new figures.
A bomb squad has been called to a Moray beauty spot after two explosives were found in the sand there.
A UK charity is calling on the people of Moray to help beat heartbreak forever by supporting their new fundraising group.
One of the Scottish Parliament’s leading opposition voices is due to visit Moray today to learn more about health challenges facing the region.
The first fuselage of a fleet of submarine-hunting aircraft destined for RAF Lossiemouth has been completed.
Engineering experts of the future went head-to-head yesterday as they put hand-made robots through a series of perilous underwater tasks.
A scheme to boost employment figures in Moray and stop the drain of young talent has been launched.
Archaeological dig at north-east Pictish fort unearths huge section of wall still standing after 1,000 years
The walls of a Pictish place of power have been unearthed from the soil of the north-east.
Hardy perennial Jim McColl is hanging up his gardening boots.
ScotRail's boss has said he is "very sorry" for the delays and disruption faced by north-east rail passengers over the past six months.
Nearly 200 rare and exclusive whiskies from across Scotland are due to go under the hammer in Speyside next month.
Health bosses have agreed to fund the provision of a life-changing children’s cardiac nurse following years of campaigning and support by a local charity.
A charity hopes to encourage local men to talk about their mental health as part of a new campaign.
A promising engineering student has died aged just 22 after having an epileptic seizure.
Moray businesses are being urged to sign up for a new scheme that will boost the number of toilets available to the public.