A controlled explosion has been carried out on a Second World War bomb which was discovered on a building site.
Polling stations were evacuated in south west London after an unexploded Second World War bomb was discovered at a building site.
A Deeside community has been given nearly £25,000 of funding to delve into one of the most ignominious chapters in Scottish history.
A “larger than life” north-east serviceman who devoted his working life to the RAF has died following a long battle with cancer, aged 74.
A barren plot of land in a Speyside village has been transformed into a haven for the senses following a massive gardening project.
Life-saving equipment has been donated to a Speyside village from an anonymous resident.
Fears have been raised the imminent collapse of a century-old historic Moray home could be a sign of things to come.
Showdown talks are due to take place between energy bosses and Moray fishermen who claim to have had equipment destroyed in “creel wars”.
Moray Council has warned that it can not roll out publicly-funded buses across the region – despite its only current service running a profit.
A retired antiques dealer has revealed he only realised his prized collection of watches had been stolen after he was offered one for sale.
Moray Council has confirmed the Garmouth and Kingston Village Hall will not be fit for use as a polling station today after falling victim to torrential rain.
A Moray group has launched a new initiative to promote the region's rich fishing heritage and attract more tourists.
Moray villagers who faced being left stranded after the cancellation of their only bus service will be able to use a council-operated alternative to attend medical appointments.
Moray Council has come to the rescue of villagers who faced being cut adrift miles from their nearest grocery store when a vital bus service is axed.
Moray villagers who face being stranded next month when a "lifeline" bus service is axed have called on the council to come to their aid.
Villagers who recently lost their last shop have had their misery compounded by the announcement that Stagecoach is withdrawing a "lifeline" bus service.
Residents in two neighbouring coastal communities were bracing themselves for the worst last night as rising waters submerged a golf course and streamed towards their homes.
A struggling Moray village shop could be forced to close - leaving 900 people in the surrounding area without local access to basic essentials.
A rural Moray community has urged drivers to stop damaging a set of gates between two villages to get onto an emergency road.
A Moray group's campaign against coastal erosion has been given a boost following the purchase of new equipment.
An erosion policy proposed by Moray Council has come under fire from councillors and concerned residents.
An emergency response was triggered by a Territorial Army (TA) training exercise on the banks of the River Spey yesterday morning.
An emergency response was triggered by a Territorial Army training exercise on the banks of the River Spey this morning.