The owner of a Moray bar who watched it being reduced to a ruin by fire is refusing to give up hope it can rise again from the ashes.
Firefighters are tackling a blaze which has spread from a beach bar to nearby gorse.
A popular Moray pub and restaurant has been destroyed by a fire in the early hours of this morning.
A hand grenade was safely detonated on Lossiemouth’s East Beach yesterday following its discovery in a Moray back garden.
A major exercise will take place at RAF Lossiemouth next week, which will test the station’s response and procedures following a simulated aircraft crash.
The air force is poised to make a surprise return to a Moray military base – six years after moving out.
Young historians in Moray have been delving into the region’s experiences of both world wars in an effort to help preserve their lessons for all time.
A group of Moray nature lovers have helped to protect one of the UK’s rarest seabirds.
Youngsters in Moray schools will be given the chance to learn the pipes and drums after receiving a funding boost from a national music charity.
Performers bare all to mark first anniversary of death of Moray teen who refused to be beaten by cancer
Campaigners in Moray have bared all in a revealing fundraiser to remember a teenager who died from cancer.
The former home of the UK’s first Labour prime minister will be opened to the public as part of Moray’s Doors Open Day 2018.
Hundreds of bubbles have been sent into the air to remember a popular Moray youngster who died from cancer.
The multi-million-pound investment into the north-east’s largest air base is now expected to be even bigger than first expected.
Cove Rangers skipper Eric Watson netted an extra-time winner as they dumped out Aberdeenshire Cup holders Formartine United.
A Lossiemouth group has launched a campaign to raise £10,000 to save an ageing bridge.
A family fun day set up to remember a Moray youngster who died after a battle with cancer will be held for the ninth time this month.
Improvements will be made to a notorious junction in a Moray town after councillors backed a package if works.
A UK Government defence minister believes growth deal funding for Moray will strengthen the bond between the region and its military bases.
Traffic lights could be introduced at a notorious junction in Moray in attempt to improve safety at a busy school crossing.
Three people have been charged following an almost unprecedented drugs seizure in Moray.
Police have recovered heroin, cocaine and cannabis with an estimated street value of more than £560,000.
Three people are due in court after drugs worth more than £500,000 were recovered in Lossiemouth.
RAF Lossiemouth jets made history by becoming the first UK Typhoons to train with their Hungarian counterparts.
A Moray community believes it may have found the blueprint for combatting the public toilet closure programme instituted by the region’s cash-strapped council.
A Moray care home is closing down as part of a multimillion-pound revamp of a hotel.
Adventurous teams have raced along a Moray river to celebrate 100 years of the Royal Force.
A popular Moray play park has been sealed off after smelly drain water poured down a slope into the site which is used by children.
One of the 12 public toilets closed by Moray Council as a cost-cutting measure has been reopened, with plans in place to restore other facilities in the coming months.
Police are investigating a gorse fire at at a spot plagued by firebugs.
A popular Moray pensioners group may face closure if new volunteers are not found to help keep it running.
Fresh fears have been raised that Moray Council’s decision to close public toilets will discourage tourists from visiting this summer.
A wooden boat has been raised from the seabed in a Moray harbour.