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A computer games competition has been launched for primary school pupils across the north and north-east.
A teenager who was banned from entering Scotland has been ordered to carry out unpaid work after being found in Moray by police.
A Moray lorry driver has lost his job after being caught nearly five times the drink-drive limit in his car.
Police are appealing for information to help trace a 50-year-old missing from his home in Elgin.
A troupe of talented ballet dancers from Russia took to the stage in Moray last night to share the beauty of ballet with the local community.
A chef who telephoned a child and told them to find a knife and stab a woman has avoided a prison sentence.
Clay walls, an earth floor and straw insulation has helped a cosy nook on Speyside land the accolade of Europe’s “greenest” holiday home.
Glenlivet farmer Jim Innes has died at the age of 67 following a short illness.
Top gun pilots from Moray have arrived in Iceland to defend the sky over northern Europe from potential invaders.
A three-day human rights festival is to be held in Moray to engage the community in a discussion around critical global affairs.
The emergency services, including police, fire and Coastguard teams, have been called to the Moray coast to help search for a missing person.
A second man has been charged in connection with an alleged robbery that took place at Burger King in Elgin last month. Aaron Dean, 38, from Elgin, appeared in private at the town’s sheriff court today to face charges of assault and robbery. He made no plea and was remanded in custody.
The final confirmed list of all the General Election candidates has been released for the Highlands and Moray
Police have arrested and charged a second man in connection with an alleged robbery at Burger King in Elgin.
Inspectors have demanded “urgent” improvements from a Moray care home - warning further action may be taken if they are not made within two months.
Concerns have been raised that a decline in the size of Moray's workforce could begin to harm businesses’ efforts to attract talent to the region.
Scotland’s first minister has reaffirmed the Scottish Government’s commitment to restoring maternity services at Moray’s biggest hospital – but insisted that safety must come first.
An innovative fish pass project spearheaded by a Moray whisky firm has been nominated for a heritage award.
A Moray bridge has been closed due to safety concerns after damaged was reported on one side of the structure.
Campaigners fighting for the future of a Moray attraction fear options are narrowing to keep the doors open.
The Met Office is warning of icy conditions and the possibility of snow across the north-east this evening and into Thursday.
A north-east woman is donating dozens of oxygen kits to fire stations across the region - to save more pets.
Moray College UHI has teamed up with a family-owned spirits company to train business leaders across various departments.
Medical students will spend more time working alongside family doctors in an effort to help solve chronic GP shortages.
Rejected plans to restore ruined Moray fishing bothy as part of holiday accommodation appealed to Scottish Government
The developer behind rejected plans to restore a ruined fishing hut on the Moray coast has appealed to the Scottish Government.
A Moray pond will be dredged to ensure it remains attractive for wildlife.
The deployment of tasers has more than doubled in the north-east and Highlands.
Children at a Moray school have honed their literary skills to pay homage to the Bard on stage.
Libraries across Moray will host a series of events next week to celebrate reading.
A specialist posture and movement clinic has moved to Elgin’s Dr Grays Hospital for one day every month.
Seventy-five years on, Rachel Lee explores the ‘brutally short’ career of Hitler’s most fearsome battleship and how, on one crisp November morning, planes set out from three Moray bases to sink her
Tourism minister Fiona Hyslop praised campaigners for making a "compelling case" to persuade the government to replace an important Moray footbridge.