The wraps were finally taken off the route of the proposed Nairn bypass yesterday - but not everyone was left happy.
Moray Council has appointed a team of independent experts to investigate a £6.5million offer to develop part of Forres.
A priest accused of carrying out a campaign of sexual abuse against two children almost 50 years ago has been acquitted of one of the charges he faced.
NHS Grampian has missed key national targets for the treatment of youngsters with mental health problems.
A devastating fire at a historic Deeside hotel was not started deliberately, fire investigators have confirmed.
Moray Council officials have been urged to drop the "Harry Potter" speak - and use plain English instead.
A great-grandmother has been targeted by ruthless rogue tradesman - who swindled her out of thousands of pounds.
Youngsters in Moray are being discouraged from buying eggs and flour this Hallowe'en in an attempt to prevent trick-or-treaters causing distress and annoyance to householders.
Some of the Keiths of Keith got together for a special souvenir photograph yesterday during the town's traditional music festival.
RAF Lossiemouth personnel undertook a gruelling 108 mile King of the Castle cycle challenge yesterday.
A Scottish spin on a traditional favourite won Mary Greer first place in the tattie scone competition during Saturday's European Pipe Band Championships in Forres.
Bakers in Moray are being encouraged to add malt of a different nature to their next batch of buns as part of a celebration of Scotland's national drink.
Two Moray servicemen will embark on a 10,000-mile road trip to Asia to raise money for charity.
A Moray man who spends his time turning scrap metal into charitable donations has presented a special thank you gift to the firm that keeps his fundraising ticking over.
A 49-year-old man has died following a motorbike accident inside the RAF Lossiemouth base.
Proposed school closures in Moray have been averted, it has been announced.
University staff and nursing students have been targeted over the controversial use of prosthetic facemasks during training.
A historic Moray village will become the highest place in Scotland to be connected to high-speed fibre broadband.
A priest has gone on trial accused of committing a string of sexual offences against children more than 50 years ago.
A man had to be cut free from his silver Mercedes Convertible after it left the road and crashed near Elgin just before 10pm. He, and his female passenger, were taken to Dr Gray’s Hospital
Two Moray politicians are encouraging constituents to challenge retailers over delivery charges to the region.
A young boy has been hailed a hero for saving his brother's life in a fire involving a mobile phone charger.
Patient safety could be at risk due to the poor way complaints over treatment are handled at NHS Grampian.
Moray Council bridged the last major gap in Elgin's £86million flood alleviation scheme yesterday.
Scotland's only "deathbed choir" has revealed it is struggling to find an audience.
Wind and rain battered the north-east last night as Storm Frank enveloped Scotland, with severe weather warnings still in place today.
An Oasis fan from Rothes said he has yet to come down from "cloud nine" after meeting his idol at the weekend.
Two students have received scholarships to support their engineering studies at Moray College UHI.
A former soldier from the north east is now training volunteer troops to fight against so-called Islamic State.
A man who lost his arm in a horrific workplace accident in Moray is hoping for a new lease of life with a robotic replacement.
A Moray town has received the first official Scots Toun status for the work it does in promoting Scots language and culture.
Prime Minister David Cameron has been urged to accept a recommendation to devolve responsibility for elections to the Scottish Parliament.