An initiative has been launched in Moray to help local firms benefit from the skills brought to the region by the armed forces.
More than 8,000 military personnel will have their salaries protected from income tax increases in Scotland.
Scores of military engineers have descended on Kinloss Barracks to take part in a decades-long sporting tradition.
Defence chiefs have been warned that plans to leave the Highlands without a single operational military base are “astoundingly short-sighted”.
Kinloss Barracks and other Scottish military bases are safe from the axe in the next round of Ministry of Defence cutbacks, it has been revealed.
Military bosses have insisted that Carillion’s downfall will have “minimal” impact on forces military in Moray.
Military wives choirs from across the north of Scotland are joining forces to mark the centenary of the end of World War I.
A former RAF servicewoman is preparing to roll out the welcome mat for hundreds of personnel who are destined for Moray.
A mum has sparked a fundraising mission to support a Moray nursery after seeing a “remarkable” turnaround in her son.
Thousands of residents gathered in towns and villages across Moray yesterday for Remembrance Sunday services.
Moray soldiers were on standby last night to assist massive relief efforts in the Caribbean to help communities devastated by Hurricane Irma.
A medal parade will be held to honour Moray troops returning home from a United Nations mission in Africa.
A group of youngsters with disabilities have taken to the air during Moray Flying Club’s annual Bader Braves Aviation Day.
Injured veterans and their carers have shared their stories with each other at a charity cooking workshop.
Hundreds of extra troops are poised to move into Moray's Army base.
Moray and Highland councils have joined forces to create a new means of helping military families find their feet in the area.
Singers from a Moray military wives choir will perform a poignant programme of songs for Armed Forces Day later this month.
Businesses and charities have laid out what they can offer military personnel to persuade them to stay in Moray.
An Aberdeenshire church will host a concert by the Kinloss Military Wives Choir this weekend.
Bonds built between the military and Moray communities will be used to encourage personnel to settle in the region once their duties have finished.
A Moray soldier who knocked out a comrade in a street fight has been told he could be miss out on promotion for five years.
A drink-driving Moray soldier has been banned from the roads after mounting a pavement and leading police on a late night chase.
Members of the armed forces deployed around the world have sent messages home to loved ones for Christmas.
A pilot scheme in Moray aimed at making it easier for spouses of armed forces personnel to find jobs could soon be rolled out across Scotland.
Strong ties built between Moray Council and the military have been recognised with a Ministry of Defence award.
Sir Michael Fallon has said that Fort George is no longer needed as an Army base - because the days of Highland rebellions are long gone.
A parade of more than 500 serving personnel marched through a Moray town centre yesterday to mark Remembrance Sunday a week early.
A soldier was forced to fly home from combat duties in the Middle East to face court after knocking out a comrade in a street fracas.
Calls have been made for defence chiefs to increase their presence at Kinloss, rather than pulling out.
Military chiefs have invested more than £36million in closure-threatened Fort George and Kinloss Barracks in the last three years.
Moray Council and the armed forces have renewed their pledge to work together for military families in the region.
It was an epic trek which tested their resolve and sense of direction to the max.