A nuclear bunker built in Moray in order to protect military forces at the height of the Cold War is to be opened to the public for the first time.
Short-changed Speyside communities press for face-to-face talks with energy boss to resolve wind farm row
Speyside residents have demanded face-to-face talks with the head of an energy giant amid claims they are being short-changed by £16million.
Work is expected to begin this year on transforming an abandoned Moray farm into a distillery showcasing historical practices after campaigners received a funding boost.
The group behind plans to rejuvenate an isolated part of Moray believe its rugged landscape could be transformed into a visitor attraction.
Students living in the Cabrach are being invited to apply for a grant to help with the cost of their studies.
Four rural roads will not be gritted this winter prompting fears school pupils and commuters could be cut off.
Moray Council has approved plans to rejuvenate a rural community by creating a distillery and heritage centre, which celebrates its role in the birth of the whisky industry.
Creative suggestions are being sought to help protect a remote memorial to north-east soldiers from being damaged by livestock.
An energy firm has been granted a two-year permission to extract stone from the Moray countryside as part of construction for a wind farm.
Plans to revive a rural Moray community by capitalising on its whisky heritage have been boosted by the appointment of a new manager to lead the project.
Firefighters have been credited with saving a treasured north-east woodlands from a huge blaze.
This video shows the moment a huge blaze engulfed the edge of a north-east woodlands.
Opposing sides of a controversial wind farm development in Moray have clashed at a heated public exhibition.
The hidden role a tiny Moray community played in the birth of Scotland's national drink will be uncovered as part of a multimillion-pound regeneration project.
Divisive plans for a 60-turbine wind farm on the Glenfiddich Estate have been approved.
A £60million Aberdeenshire windfarm will be officially opened today.
A huge fire has destroyed a Speyside family business and reduced stock worth thousands of pounds to ashes.
Plans to increase the number and size of turbines at a controversial windfarm in Moray are going on display to the public next week.