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
Tourism minister Fiona Hyslop praised campaigners for making a "compelling case" to persuade the government to replace an important Moray footbridge.
Families took to the streets of Lossiemouth last night for a lantern walk held to honour the feast day of St Gerardine.
A two-year-old Moray boy has marked the end of his brave battle with cancer by ‘ringing the bell’.
A rainbow of pennies has been created by safety campaigners in Moray to improve routes to school.
The first in a fleet of “game-changing” submarine-hunting jets has been delivered to the RAF.
Children at a Moray school have confronted motorists ignoring speed limits outside the gates.
Safety concerns outside schools have intensified across Moray since the decision to axe crossing patrollers after the summer holidays.
Plans to connect two coastal Moray communities with a £2 million cycle path have moved up a gear.
Lantern walk to remember 10th Century saint in Moray who guided seafarers to safety with flaming torches
Hundreds of children are preparing to walk in the footsteps of a Moray town’s figurehead next month.
A Moray woman has admitted pushing cigarette papers up the nose of a “vulnerable adult” before lighting them.
Businesswoman in Moray opens zero-waste food store to recreate by-gone shopping experience to protect environment
A Moray businesswoman is aiming to recreate shopping from a bygone era in an attempt to reduce food waste and excess packaging.
Deveronvale’s Colin Charlesworth is relishing locking horns with his best man Liam Archibald at Lossiemouth on Saturday.
Moray man ordered to pay compensation to fellow pub-goer he left with bleed on the brain from single punch
A Moray man who floored a fellow pub-goer with a single punch, leaving his victim with a bleed on the brain, has been spared a prison sentence.
Work will begin next week at a notorious junction in Moray to make it safer for school pupils.
A team of Moray fighter jet pilots have been deployed with the Royal Malaysian Air Force as part of a high-level training exercise.
Road closures will be in place throughout Moray towns for the Remembrance Sunday Parades on November 10.
Forecasters have said the worst of the rain has passed the north-east but this week will be a reminder winter is on the way.
A recycling boss is asking Moray residents to spare a thought for the adults with learning disabilities who process their waste.
Pupils at a Moray primary school are poised to go head-to-head with speeding drivers in an attempt to reduce dangers outside the gates.
A supervisor at a recycling centre in Lossiemouth has described the moment he pricked his finger on a needle pulled from a bag of rubbish.
Much-awaited work to install traffic lights at a notorious junction in a Moray town will begin next month.
Four war memorials across the north have been named as being among the best maintained in Scotland.
A rallying call has been issued for “all hands on deck” to ensure access to a Moray beauty spot is restored in time for next year’s summer season.
A Moray man knocked a fellow pub-goer out with a single punch after he had a drink poured over his head.
A drink-driver who was more than six times the limit was stopped by police after being seen “swerving” across the road.
Campaigners in Moray have warned it could still be another year until access is restored to Lossiemouth's East Beach – despite this week's massive funding boost.
A Lossiemouth charity which provides access to surfing and swimming for disabled young people has been congratulated in Scottish Parliament after it secured a £100,000 award.
‘A huge weight off our shoulders’: Campaigners celebrate following shock government pledge to cover cost of new Lossiemouth beach bridge
The Scottish Government has pledged to cover the entire bill to "repair or replace" a vital footbridge in Moray.
Man who admits he is ‘not a structural engineer’ reckons Lossiemouth’s East Beach bridge is safe after ‘bounce test’
Moray Council has renewed its plea for walkers to stay off East Beach bridge in Lossiemouth after a resident filmed himself "bounce testing" it.
Banks should be banned from leaving Scottish towns without branches, according to a new report which highlights the impact of closures in the north and north-east.