Moray communities blighted with concerns about speeding traffic are poised to be given the chance to fund their own warning signs.
A traditional New Year’s event on Speyside that originated in the 1830s but had been threatened with cancellation has raised about £1,100 for local causes.
A man has been hurt after a car crashed off the road and overturned near Dufftown this afternoon.
A historic New Year’s fundraiser that has run in a Moray town since the early 19th Century has been cancelled due to a lack of organisers.
Police have traced a man who disappeared from the Moray area.
A Speyside hospital will close for overnight stays later this month due to a staffing crisis that has resulted in exhausted staff working through breaks and extra hours to cover gaps.
Dufftown and District Community Association is to be the new owner of the town’s iconic clock tower.
Whisky enthusiasts from across the world have arrived in Speyside for a new celebration dedicated to Scotland’s national drink.
Tourism firms in Moray consider paying voluntary levy amid fears sector could collapse without funding
Tourism businesses in Moray are considering voluntarily paying a levy to fund a new visitor initiative amid concerns the industry could collapse without funding.
Road closures will be in place throughout Moray towns for the Remembrance Sunday Parades on November 10.
Ambulance bosses have been urged to make permanent a trial aimed at improving cover in Moray by stopping sending crews to calls elsewhere.
A street in a Speyside town was sealed off for nearly four hours at the weekend as firemen attempted to free a cat from a chimney.
A massive wind farm on Speyside that has the potential to power more than 100,000 homes has been opened.
A 31-year-old male pedestrian has been seriously injured after an incident on a north-east road.
Thieves believed to be armed with wire cutters have ransacked a magical tourist attraction for children on Speyside.
Moray's biggest agricultural show played host to a massive pipe band celebration as enthusiasts defied the elements to attend its opening day yesterday.
A sex offender has admitted running up a bill of more than £4,000 on a council mobile phone by calling premium-rate sex chat lines.
More than £750,000 is to be spent improving rural roads in Aberdeenshire and Moray used by timber lorries.
Sunshine, bagpipes and good times left Speyside “hoaching” with thousands of happy visitors this weekend at the 127th Dufftown Highland Games.
A Moray man has admitted carrying out a “sneak-in theft” at a neighbour's home at the weekend.
A 36-year-old man has been charged in connection with an alleged sneak theft in Dufftown.
A Speyside business has struck a deal with Morrisons for its whisky-flavoured ice cream.
A 23-year-old from Dufftown was celebrating double success as she collected her degree yesterday, having already secured a job in an industry she loves.
The Earl and Countess of Forfar got into the driver’s seat of a train during their visit to Speyside.
Police were called after a car crashed into some bushes in Moray this evening. A black Fiat Panda left the A941 on its approach to Dufftown at around 8.40pm. No-0ne was hurt. A police spokesman said: “The driver was uninjured and there is no obstruction on the road, but the bushes have been damaged.”
A Dufftown whisky shop worker was the recipient of a prestigious scholarship.
A woman was taken to hospital after the car she was travelling in crashed and landed on its roof.
A bus company is launching a new service to take visitors to Speyside.
The unbreakable spirit of wartime Britain was recreated on Speyside at the weekend as part of a 1940s heritage event.
North-east multimillionaire Alasdair Locke has launched a gin and a vodka produced organically on the family estate at Glenrinnes, near Dufftown, on Speyside.
Court papers will be lodged in order to transfer a Speyside landmark into the hands of the community.
Dufftown residents have welcomed the possible return of a Post Office to the community after going three years without a permanent service.