Business owners and politicians have called for a cash machine to be installed at one of Moray’s most popular seaside villages.
No doors will be locked for good today on cherished town halls and community centres across Moray.
A group of outstanding open water swimmers will arrive in Moray to train at a local sea school.
School pupils in Moray have ridden the waves after turning sheets of plywood into a seafaring boat.
A coastal path hit by a landslip could be reopened by late August.
The Church of Scotland will host a public event in Moray later this month to look at the future of coastal communities in the aftermath of Brexit.
Two bogus traders who terrorised Moray customers will have to wait another month to learn their fate after an address mix-up delayed sentencing at Elgin Sheriff Court.
It’s not the way to leave tourists feeling flushed with success.
A two-year project to transform a neglected peak on the north-east coast into a thriving beauty spot has been completed.
Two towns on the Moray Firth coast have been named amongst the UK’s top beach holiday destinations.
Talks have been arranged regarding the reopening of a popular coastal path which was closed off amid safety fears following a landslip.
A compromise could be offered to campaigners in order to keep closure-threatened town halls in Moray open.
A cavalcade of super cars has gone the extra 250 miles by touring the north-east to raise funds for charity.
The cost of rebuilding a harbour wall has soared to more than £560,000 – meaning repairs in other coastal communities across the region have been scaled back.
Campaigners fighting to save their cherished town halls from closure in Moray have been told that council staff are too busy to help them.
Repairs to a historic harbour wall at a Moray port are almost complete after it collapsed into the sea.
A motorist who smashed into the side of a house after “smoking two joints” has been banned from the roads for four years.
Work crews have dismantled part of a historic Moray port in order to protect it from further collapses.
Repairs to a historic harbour began yesterday after “disastrous” sea damage left a large hole in its wall.
An entire sea wall at a Moray port is at risk of “imminent collapse” after more of it crashed into the water.
A section of a Moray Firth port has been sealed off after sea water carved a hole in one of its piers.
One of Moray’s most popular coastal paths has been sealed off amid fears over its condition following a landslip.
A world championship soup competition will return this weekend after being cancelled last year.
An ailing community hall could soon be transformed into a hotel in a coastal village on the proposed North East 250 route.
Residents of a Moray coastal village have banded together to protect their homes and roads from future landslips.
Police have seized nearly £40,000 of drugs during a crackdown across Moray.
Fresh doubts have been raised about the future of four primary schools in Moray after they were described as “unsustainable”.
A drink-driver hid in a cupboard to evade police after rolling his girlfriend’s car into a field, a court has heard.
A group of investigators are nearing the end of five years of work to solve the enigma of 600-year-old gravestones in a Moray churchyard.
Police have launched an investigation after a couple approached two young girls in a seaside Moray village.
A determined band of Moray volunteers are nearing the culmination of a project to entice tourists to a beauty spot.
The forgotten industrial heritage of a picturesque Moray town has been recreated in a new exhibition.