A Moray holiday park has been sold after its previous owner decided to retire following more than 20 years running it.
Emergency repairs have been carried out at a Moray harbour to make the steps to the pontoons safe.
Fears ‘unanswered questions’ about future of Moray schools are harming efforts to improve classroom results
Opposition councillors in Moray fear “unanswered questions” about the region’s school estate could be harming efforts to improve classroom results.
A huge crowd gathered at a Moray port to salute a skiff crafted by a water sports club to encourage women to keep fit.
A group of volunteers who saved a Moray village hall from closure will throw open its doors to the public today to show off their work.
A scuba diving instructor has relived the moment a rookie diver suffered a panic attack 40ft beneath the North Sea and died.
A group of Moray campaigners have taken possession of the keys for their treasured community hall and have vowed to turn around its fortunes.
Months of hard work has paid off for a Moray community group as members prepare to take the keys to a beloved hall.
A woman had her wrist broken by her partner after being accused of being attracted to his son, a court heard yesterday.
A north-east seaman has received one of France’s highest honours for the part he played in the D-Day landings.
A “battered and bruised” north-east businessman has thanked the emergency services who came to his rescue after he plunged backwards off a cliff.
Campaigners fighting to save their cherished town halls from closure in Moray have been told that council staff are too busy to help them.
A three-month consultation has been commissioned following a review that classed four Moray primary schools as “unsustainable”.
Urgent repairs are being done to a picturesque Moray port to avoid parts of it having to be sealed off.
Water at three primary schools in Moray remains contaminated with lead following attempts to fix the problem.
Bottled water has been issued to Moray school pupils after the drinking supply was found to be contaminated with lead.
Rainwater flooded into the changing rooms of a Highland League ground and forced a match to be called off.
Fresh doubts have been raised about the future of four primary schools in Moray after they were described as “unsustainable”.
Police have determined that "nothing suspicious" took place in an incident where a bald man in his 50s approached two young girls in a Moray village.
Concerns have been raised after a bald man in his 50s approached three children in Moray.
A Moray man drunkenly stole his friend's car, ploughed it into a field and then hid the key in his underwear when confronted by police.
A pontoon structure at a picturesque Moray port faces being sealed off unless the council can devise a new funding plan.
The Moray area remains blighted by car vandalism and abandoned vehicles after a string of incidents during the last month.
Moray Council has been accused of "penalising pensioners" after unveiling controversial plans to increase charges at the region's harbours.
A picturesque Moray port could be closed unless it lands a Brussels cash lifeline.
A Moray teenager has been reunited with a message in a bottle that she cast to sea more than 15 years ago.
Moray Council has confirmed a £500,000 repairs package is required to prevent sections of a local port from being sealed off.
A Moray teenager who sent a message in a bottle more than 15 years ago has been invited to reclaim the note after it washed ashore in Russia. Emily Plant was just two when she sent the missive out to sea during Findochty's gala celebrations in 2001. She is now 17, and was astounded to discover that the bottle had been picked up on a northern stretch of the Russian coast 2,000 miles away - which is inhabited by wolves and polar bears. Emily's surprise was doubled when she learned that it had been recovered by a Russian tidal expert - who is paying for her to fly to Iceland to recover it in person during an international conference next month. The Buckie High School pupil has lived in Findochty all her life, and works shifts at the village's Admiral's Inn bar. Yesterday, she confessed that she could not remember dispatching the bottle - and reflected on the "bizarre" turn her life had taken since it was found. Emily said: "I think it was sent as part of a competition to do with gala day, and it was most likely my granny who would have entered my name. "I had no idea about it, I was in bed with tonsillitis when I heard it had been found so I was a bit confused. "It all seemed really bizarre, then a Russian lady sent me a message asking if I could go to Iceland to collect it - and that the costs would be covered. "Now word has spread about it, folk I don't even know have been coming up to me asking if I'm the girl with the bottle and tourists in the pub are talking about it." A local fisherman emptied two heavy bags of bottles containing messages into the North Sea in 2001 - though many returned to the bay at Findochty shortly thereafter. Emily will attend the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik in early October, which First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will attend to give a key speech. Emily added: "I'll never get a chance like this again, I'm very keen on modern studies so I'd love to meet Nicola Sturgeon." Findochty Community Council's Shona Conlin will also attend the summit, to give a presentation about the village's 300-year history.
A Moray woman spoke of her relief yesterday after her husband who had been missing for days was found "safe and well" in England.
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A coastal community group will usher in a new era for water sports in Moray with the launch of a purpose built centre at a historic fishing port.
A fisherman was rescued yesterday after a passerby saw him waving a white flag as stormy weather dragged him out to sea.