Moray Council is weighing up the consequences of raising council tax by more than the 3% allowed by the Scottish Government.
A Moray fisherman has been allowed to keep his car despite being caught five times the drink-drive limit.
A national recruitment firm is to open in Elgin following its recent success inhiring staff for Highland distilleries.
A Moray man has been charged following a series of thefts in the region during the last week.
A much-loved winter festival has finally returned to Moray after cold weather delayed the opening.
A callous Moray dad who bit off part of a man’s ear before posting an image of the bloody flesh on social media has been locked up.
A driver who caused a fatal head-on road crash that resulted in a Moray motorcyclist being killed has been spared prison.
Health officials have warned that services at Moray’s biggest hospital may have to be temporarily downgraded again due to a staff shortage.
Members of a gang who carried out a "highly sophisticated" £2.4 million VAT fraud have been jailed for a total of more than 24 years.
A tourism boom in Moray could be at risk of falling flat due to a shortage of chefs in the region.
A Moray man who threatened to turn violent when pizza takeaway staff refused to call him “boss” has been sentenced to unpaid work.
Glasgow company Clyde Travel Management has expanded its presence in the north of Scotland with the acquisition of long-established Moray business Beaver Travel.
Hopes have been raised an overhaul of car parking in Moray’s biggest town will lead to a boost for town centre shops, despite an objection from a leading business group.
Cash-strapped Moray Council has been criticised for running a Facebook poll to finalise plans to save more than £6million.
The manager of a Moray parcel depot believes there is “no justification” for customers in the north of Scotland to be ripped off by excess delivery fees.
The development of a management system which focuses on carefully measuring and monitoring cattle performance, is one of the secrets of the success of Pitgaveny Farms, near Elgin.
Campaigners are bracing themselves for a last-ditch battle to block an overhaul of parking in Elgin.
A man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder after a woman was found seriously hurt just yards from her home.
A mum believes a “lack of understanding” about disabilities has led to the Moray Sports Centre project missing out on a funding grant for specialist facilities.
A Moray motorist who caused two cars to veer off the road when he was in the wrong carriageway has been banned from driving for more than two years.
A 55-year-old man is expected to appear at Elgin Sheriff Court today after being charged in connection with an alleged serious assault.
A Moray man who locked a love rival in a shed and threatened to leave him there overnight during winter has avoided a prison sentence.
Inspectors have concluded there is still “much work to do” to bring an Elgin school up to scratch.
More than 1,200 people have backed a campaign to end “rip-off” parcel delivery charges across the north of Scotland.
A much-loved former toy shop in a Moray town centre could be poised for a new lease of life as a gig venue or boutique hotel.
Plans to resurrect a dilapidated Elgin nightclub as flats have been thrown into doubt following a dispute between developers and Moray Council.
A pair of siblings will take centre stage as Moray’s biggest town enters the Christmas spirit today.
(For Moray standalone pic but Brian won't be able to file it until after 5pm)
An ambulance and paramedic crew will be located at Elgin’s fire station due to a shortage of space at their own base.
The fight to secure Moray its own City Deal-style funding boost must go on after the hoped-for prestigious package was left out of the Westminster budget.
A string of famous faces from the last 1,000 years of Elgin’s history have returned to the town centre.
An Elgin dog care business, which was forced to search for a new home because of planning rules, has relocated to a former Army barracks.