A 33-year-old man has been arrested and taken into custody following an operation in Moray.
Moray charity Logan’s Fund will be mark its 10th anniversary this weekend.
A Lossiemouth charity that offers disabled people the chance to take to the waves has received a funding boost.
GALLERY & VIDEO: Campaigners pay tribute to community support for bridge campaign in Moray at annual raft race
More than 1,000 spectators have lined the banks of a Moray town to cheer on a flotilla of colourful crafts.
Parents’ fears in Moray as pupils prepare to head to class with no school crossing patrollers for first time
Campaigners in Moray have issued safety warnings as pupils prepare to go back to class without school crossing patrollers for the first time.
A spate of wildfires along the Moray coast has led to the amount of deliberate blazes in the region hitting a five-year high.
Beach businesses in Moray hope for event boost at weekend amid fears profits have halved since bridge closure
Campaigners in Moray have issued a rallying cry for a huge turnout of support for businesses in Lossiemouth this weekend.
Charities in Moray are celebrating an £8,000 windfall after dozens of people took part in a fundraising event.
Typhoon pilots from RAF Lossiemouth have been praised by the defence secretary after they were involved in two separate incidents with Russian aircraft on Thursday.
A stricken community hopes to find out within days if it will receive funding from the Scottish Government to restore access to its busiest beach.
Torrential rain caused flash flooding and landslips across Moray amid warnings that the worst may still be to come.
Campaigners fighting to restore access to a Moray beach have been boosted by the possibility they may get a £200,000 cash injection.
Beloved surfing instructor battling back from health ordeal that left him unable to pick up newborn daughter
A Moray surfing coach has opened up about the health problems that have made his life "hell" and left him unable to pick up his newborn child.
Crisis funding is being investigated to fund a new footbridge so access can be restored to a Moray beach.
The army's support in helping a Moray community rebuild a popular footbridge has been ruled out at a taskforce meeting.
Organisers of a popular fundraising event in a Moray town have confirmed it will go ahead next month.
A rare breed of birds has successfully raised chicks on a Moray beach for the second successive year with the help of local people.
Lossiemouth manager Joe Russell is relishing this weekend’s return to competitive football after missing the end of last season due to work commitments.
A major rescue attempt to save a sinking vessel has been stood down after it was believed to be a hoax.
Moray-based air crews received the Freedom of Angus yesterday to mark their historic links with the region.
The vital footbridge to Lossiemouth's East Beach has been left "hanging by a thread" and could be so badly damaged that it will never reopen.
Moray-based Army troops have offered their support to ensure Lossiemouth’s East Beach bridge can reopen as soon as possible.
Campaigners fighting to repair or replace Lossiemouth’s East Beach bridge have warned that donations alone will not fund the project.
Sun-seekers trapped by tide rescued from Moray beach just 24 hours after bridge is closed due to safety concerns
An emergency operation was launched yesterday after dozens of sun-seekers became trapped by the rising tide after a popular bridge in Moray was sealed off on safety grounds.
Moray Council has made the decision to close the East Beach footbridge in Lossiemouth until it has been repaired.
Council engineers have sealed off the bridge to Moray's busiest beach after increased use during the recent sunny weather left it unsafe.
Moray Council has released aerial footage showing progress on the construct of a replacement for Lossiemouth High School.
Campaigners dedicated to maintaining public toilets in Moray have been left distraught after human waste has been repeatedly smeared inside following “disgusting” attacks in recent weeks.
Schools in Moray to be listed on First World War time capsule to be opened on 200th anniversary of conflict
The names of three Moray schools will be recorded on a time capsule, celebrating their commemorations to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A Moray councillor who was given less than two years to live after being diagnosed with a critical heart condition says he “owes his life” to the NHS.
The first submarine-hunting spy plane which will touch down at RAF Lossiemouth next year has been named Pride of Moray, and has taken to the skies on its maiden voyage.
A Lossiemouth man has been banned from the road for two years after driving to his local grocery shop while almost five times the legal alcohol limit.