Firefighters cut a woman free of a car after a crash on a major Moray road this afternoon.
Moray councillor appeals for a focus on the needs of social care workers over concerns for the service
A Moray councillor has warned care workers must be listened to and supported if the region is to solve its current recruitment struggle.
Revellers will line the streets of Burghead to celebrate the annual Burning of the Clavie festival tonight.
Organisers of Burghead's Boxing Day swim are urging people to turn out in large numbers in support of the event.
The number of "winter deaths" plummeted in the north and north-east last year as the area bounced back from a "staggering" spike in fatalities in 2017/18.
A child abuse probe is focusing on former pupils of Gordonstoun in Moray if they had experiences that may help the investigation.
A model aeroplane group in Moray has backed new drone legislation after initially raising concerns extra rules could lead to them having hefty bills.
Police are on site at a three-vehicle crash near Tesco on the A96 in Huntly. The incident happened at around 8.20am at the turn off with the A920. A spokeswoman said: “Police are still onsite directing traffic. “There are no serious injuries.”
A divisive row about wildfowling at a Moray beauty spot could finally be drawing to close.
It's a unique event which ignites the skies in darkest January and dates back more than 1800 years.
A popular garage on Speyside has shut its doors after nearly a century of servicing vehicles in the area.
An ancient New Year's tradition will bring visitors from around the world to a Moray fishing village this week.
Twelve months after a telecoms giant installed a massive new mast in Moray its benefits have still to be felt by the region.
Business leaders in Lossiemouth have branded banking facilities a “disgrace” after cash points ran dry on the town's first weekend without a branch.
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.
Work on the first phase of a multi-million-pound expansion of Elgin will get under way within months.
Hard-pressed families in the north and north-east could have their energy bills cut by £17 a year under a new initiative by the UK Government.
An organisation which offers support to carers in Moray has marked its 10th anniversary with a special celebration event.
Moray Council has committed funding to continue to run sports sessions for the next three years.
Fears have been raised that schools meals in Moray could be too expensive after a forecast shortfall of nearly 50,000 dinners was revealed in the region.
A land manager has warned rewilding advice from Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) could aid in the spread of future wildfires.
A digital inclusion project that aims to help the elderly and jobseekers with technology has helped four people find jobs.
Police have confirmed that a 80-year-old man has died following a collision involving a Stagecoach bus on the A96 yesterday.
A man has died on a Moray road after his car collided with a tree.
Campaigners fighting to make salmon conservation a national priority will take their fight to the Scottish Parliament today amid fears dwindling stocks are reaching “crisis point”.
A Moray maths tutor fears children in the region are a year behind their counterparts in the Highlands – blaming a lack of resources and organisation for the “systemic problem”.
Homes were evacuated in a Moray village in the early hours of yesterday morning amid fears of a massive gas explosion.
A Moray 11-year-old suffering from a rare form of arthritis has been overwhelmed with a mountain of generosity to help other children facing the same struggle.
A school janitor has retired following nearly four decades of taking care of Moray classrooms.
A project to build a new secondary school in Moray is currently three weeks ahead of schedule.
Police have arrested a teenager after an Elgin war memorial was vandalised last month.
The Cairngorms National Park Authority has used its "call-in" powers in the wake of criticism of plans for a new tasting lodge and bothy experience in Moray.