Plans for a new location for a popular Moray fair have been emphatically rejected by local residents and councillors.
Moray mourners are being “exploited” for cremations due to a lack of choice in crematoriums, it was claimed yesterday.
Moray man unleashed a ‘flurry’ of punches on Hogmanay reveller because he thought he was ‘too rough’ with his girlfriend
A Moray man who punched a Hogmanay reveller after taking umbrage with the way he approached a woman has been fined after it emerged the perceived victim was his girlfriend.
Unions have demanded that Moray’s bid for £200 million worth of government funding delivers improvements for workers across the region amid concerns that only big business will benefit.
Moray Council has been pressed to draw up urgent plans to review its school estate following the publication of damning Scottish Government statistics.
A Moray primary school, whose future was recently described as “unsustainable”, has been praised by inspectors for its “articulate” and “proud” pupils.
Campaigners fighting to preserve a treasured community hall in Moray are poised to sign a lease to preserve its future.
A Moray mum saw flames twice the height of a car after she stopped to help at the scene of a vehicle blaze near Fochabers.
Strathlene Golf Club has closed to the public today after the tragic death of a man on the course.
School pupils in Moray have ridden the waves after turning sheets of plywood into a seafaring boat.
Young talent has taken to the stage in Moray to help stroke victims across the region.
A terrified woman disguised herself with a wig and glasses in a desperate attempt to avoid being hounded by the obsessive husband she fled from.
Nurseries will be created in Buckie and Keith and existing ones refurbished as part of Moray Council’s £17.5 million expansion of Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) in the area.
A beauty therapist has admitted assaulting three other women during a wild night out in Moray.
It is a long way from Buckie to Amarillo, but a Moray teenager has forged an unlikely bond with the music legend responsible for making the Texan town famous.
Hundreds of children have come together for a special football tournament to remember a community stalwart in a north-east town.
Union bosses believe Moray residents are the “real losers” amid a power vacuum at the helm of the authority.
Moray Council’s leadership has been thrown into chaos after Conservative councillors walked out of the administration in a row over job adverts.
A primary school and a historic church in Buckie are to be protected from flooding as part of a £700,000 drainage improvement project.
A tradesman who “preyed” on vulnerable pensioners to scam them out of nearly £30,000 has been jailed.
Fears have been raised that thousands of Moray businesses are missing out on massive windfalls due to a lack of support to help them bid for public contracts.
Moray Council has organised a series of events for residents to tell them where the budget-cutting axe should fall.
Emily Barns was reported missing from her home in Turriff earlier this morning.
A 38-year-old man has been charged with possession of class A drugs with a 'street' value of £6,000 in Buckie over the weekend.
A pervert who downloaded so many indecent images of children that police cybercrime officers stopped counting once they passed half a million was jailed for 22 months yesterday.
A Buckie man has launched what is believed to be the town’s first locally built and owned fishing boat in about 30 years.
A photographer who travels the country with a vintage wet plate camera will document the lives of lifeboat volunteers in the north-east next month.
A rescue operation has been launched to help someone stuck on the Moray coast. An emergency services crew from Buckie is searching the coast around Strathlene following a report of a person on a cliff. It is understood they were winched to safety at around 10.30pm.
A north-east firefighter has made history by being the first woman to drive an engine in a small Eastern European country.
An entire class of Moray primary school children have given their first public performance after taking part in an education experiment.
A council worker on a ride-on mower fell into the River Lossie in just one of dozens of work-place accidents recorded last year.
Moray Council awards £3.3m for classroom repairs – but questions remain about viability of school estate
Moray Council has been accused of papering over the cracks despite awarding a multi-million pound contract for school repairs.