A man from Moray has been named as the person who died after being struck by a van yesterday morning.
Police are appealing for information following a deliberate fire at Moray Golf Club.
A 25-year-old man has died after being hit by a van outside Elgin this morning.
A fraudster has been warned he faces an “inevitable” prison sentence after masterminding another scam in Moray.
A Moray family have hit out at thieves who have plundered graveside flowers and ornaments from a loved one in recent months.
Work has started on a new pavilion for a Moray community, it has been revealed.
Fraserburgh warmed up for Wednesday’s Aberdeenshire Shield final with a 6-0 win against Lossiemouth.
A Moray community has warned it will likely be the summer before a contract is awarded to replace a vital footbridge in the town.
Works to install a new pedestrian crossing at a notorious Moray junction have been delayed once again.
Would-be support worker banned after making up qualifications and forging signature in attempt to secure childcare job in Moray
A would-be support worker has been banned after her web of lies was uncovered to try and land a job working with children in Moray.
Warnings have been made that a replacement for a busy footbridge on the Moray coast will not be open until 2021.
A project to build a new secondary school in Moray is currently three weeks ahead of schedule.
A north-east brewery has travelled to Belgium as part of an EU-funded project to bring expertise back to Moray.
Figures show that vandalism of public toilets in some areas of the north and north-east have cost councils a small fortune over the last five years.
Campaigners celebrate landmark decision for Moray Council to take control of proposed replacement bridge to beauty spot
Campaigners fighting to restore access to a north-east beauty spot have celebrated a landmark decision that will lead to a new bridge being built.
Warnings that replacement of Lossiemouth bridge will only go ahead if council takes ownership of new crossing
Warnings have been issued that a project to replace a popular footbridge in a Moray town may not go ahead unless a wrangle over its ownership is resolved.
A Moray mum who became involved in the drugs trade after criminals threatened her children has been jailed for keeping more than £300,000 of narcotics in her home.
A Moray singing group formed through the bond of shared experiences is preparing to hold its first Christmas concert.
A torchlight procession has heralded the beginning of the festive season in a Moray town to rekindle memories of millennium night.
Worried residents are bracing themselves for the worst amid warnings that stormy seas could cause flooding along a stretch of the Moray Firth.
A flood warning has been issued for parts of Moray.
A local Moray beauty salon has won an award at a prestigious competition.
Lossiemouth Community Council members have expressed their disgust at the recent vandalism of a Tommy silhouette at the war memorial site.
Wildfires recorded across Moray during the summer have nearly halved from last year – but emergency services have stressed they will not grow complacent about the dangers.
The historic Fort George military barracks in the Highlands could still be saved from the axe, it can be revealed.
The project to replace a vital Moray footbridge sealed-off for months amid safety concerns could stretch to £1 milllion, it has been revealed.
Businesswomen from a range of industries in Moray have been celebrated at an awards ceremony.
Hopes have been raised that the 25-year saga of a large north-east family home that has been reduced to a shell could soon be entering its final stages.
Three of today’s Highland League Cup ties have been called off due to waterlogged pitches. Keith v Lossiemouth and Rothes v Nairn County have been rescheduled for Wednesday evening (8pm kick-offs) because of sodden surfaces at Kynoch Park and Mackessack Park respectively, as has Buckie Thistle against Deveronvale.
Top gun pilots from Moray have arrived in Iceland to defend the sky over northern Europe from potential invaders.
Libraries across Moray will host a series of events next week to celebrate reading.
Seventy-five years on, Rachel Lee explores the ‘brutally short’ career of Hitler’s most fearsome battleship and how, on one crisp November morning, planes set out from three Moray bases to sink her