A popular walking and cycling path in Moray has reopened following temporary repairs.
The sale of a Moray town hall to a private developer has been backed by both the local authority and the community but the final decision will be made by a court.
Pantomime audiences in a Moray village will delve into the past, present and future in quirky production penned by the local minister.
A Cullen cafe owner has become a unique world champion.
Fire crews are at the scene of a blaze in Cullen.
Enforcement action taken in conservation areas as council vows to get tough on unauthorised developments
Moray Council has vowed to get tough on illegal developments after authorising enforcement action against homeowners who have “ignored” planning rules.
Campaigners in Moray fighting to protect their village from future landslips have blamed “bureaucracy” for the wait for action to safeguard their homes.
A jet-lagged motorist who crashed into a well-known Cullen handyman’s car and killed him has been spared jail.
Temporary huts at two Moray primary schools are poised to be demolished to make way for new nurseries.
Two more men have been charged following a major disturbance on a north-east road earlier this month.
A jetlagged motorist has admitted causing a head-on crash that killed a well-known Cullen handyman.
Four men are facing attempted murder charges after motorists were allegedly assaulted following a collision on a Moray road.
Four people have been charged with attempted murder after fight broke out between motorists involved in a north-east car crash.
Motorists have been arrested after an alleged fight broke out following a crash on a Moray road.
Four men have been arrested and charged in connection with a collision and subsequent disturbance reported on the A98 in Cullen yesterday.
Three people have been arrested after a fight broke out following a crash on a Moray road.
Campaigners in Moray pressing for a popular cycle path to be fully repaired have been given fresh hope their dreams will be realised.
A man who died in a serious crash on Friday evening on the A98 Fochabers to Cullen road has been named by police as 35-year-old Stuart Smith.
A Moray community hoping to take control of their closure-hit toilets have admitted the running costs may be “unsustainable”.
One of the 12 public toilets closed by Moray Council as a cost-cutting measure has been reopened, with plans in place to restore other facilities in the coming months.
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.