Business leaders in Lossiemouth have branded banking facilities a “disgrace” after cash points ran dry on the town's first weekend without a branch.
Campaigners in Moray retain ‘glimmer of hope’ banking may return to town as last branch shuts its doors
Campaigners in Moray who have been fighting to keep the last bank in their community believe their cause still has a “glimmer of hope”.
Huge anonymous donation in Moray community ensures grass will continue to be cut in park for rest of summer
A Moray community has been given a huge cash boost by an anonymous donor to ensure the town can continue to look its best during the summer season.
A popular bar in a Moray town that was reduced to a ruin by fire has been torn down.
A delegation of mayors from nearly 40 German towns has landed in the north-east to learn lessons and build bonds.
Nearly 300 cash machines have been withdrawn across Scotland during the last year prompting fears consumers could soon be facing an “uphill battle” to get money.
Bank bosses have been urged to retain cash points in in Moray towns affected by branch closures.
Two banks in Moray have been slated for closure in the latest wave of cuts to town centres.
Aerial photographs have revealed the scale of the project to create a new £42million secondary school in Moray.
A pensioner yesterday admitted raping and sexually abusing a woman with learning difficulties at a home in Inverness-shire.
Fresh warnings have been issued about gorse fires on the Moray coast after firefighters were called to a village for the second time within a month.
Warnings have been issued about wildfires in Moray amid fears there could be more blazes throughout the summer.
Fresh concerns have emerged about the Royal Bank of Scotland cutting mobile bank visits in Moray.
A squad of Moray teenagers have beaten the competition to be named the best five-a-side football team in Scotland.
A fitness firm in Moray is preparing to change its current premises in an old bingo hall with a new base at a former cinema.
An action group has been formed to tackle human trafficking in Moray.
The Scottish Government has been urged to scrap business rate rules which could force the closure of one of the few cash machines left in a Moray town.
A second Moray drug-driver in the space of a week has been banned from the roads after crashing into people’s homes.
A devastated Moray campaigner has accused the Scottish Government of ignoring local views to meet housing targets by approving a development – despite more than 250 objections.
A housing firm has vowed to fight a decision to refuse planning permission to demolish an office block in a Moray town to make way for flats.
The first images of Moray’s next secondary school have been revealed.
A new pedestrian crossing will be installed near two Moray schools after fears were raised about road safety.
Moray children have cut the ribbon to officially open a £4.6million refurbishment of their school.
Police have seized nearly £40,000 of drugs during a crackdown across Moray.
Fears have been raised that bin bags stuffed with building materials dumped at a Moray harbour will spark a spate of fly-tipping.
Fly-tippers dumping rubbish at beauty spots have been accused of tarnishing the “Jewel of Moray”.
Moray Council's ambitious bid to attract a multi-million pound investment for the region has moved forward.
An Inverness woman and a Liverpool man appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday on drugs charges.
A compromise has been struck to spare older and disabled voters an "exhausting" trek to their polling place in Lossiemouth at next month's general election.
Leadership positions at Moray Council have finally been filled - nearly three weeks after councillors were elected.
Showdown talks will take place over the coming days to hammer out a deal to decide the leadership of Moray Council.
The continuing deadlock between leading groups at Moray Council could force the new authority's opening business to be delayed.