Community leaders have condemned vandals who defaced public toilets in a Moray village twice in the space of just a few days.
It spent over 40 years floating in the Atlantic before it washed up in New York and was returned to its sender in Moray.
The team behind a new musical, which debuts in the north-east later this month, say the show will go on - despite a high-profile celebrity pulling out of the performance.
Residents fighting plans for a new road as part of a proposed Lossiemouth housing development have claimed local councillors are "misinformed".
Mothers in Moray fear one of their children will die before action is taken to tackle insulation problems in their freezing homes.
Vandals have smashed a shop window in Lossiemouth sparking a police probe. The incident happened on the town’s Queen Street at around 8.30am last Saturday. Police are appealing for information following the incident, which caused more than £1,000 of damage. Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
A soap opera convict escaped the fictional jail long enough to light up Lossiemouth for thousands of festive onlookers on Saturday.
Waterlogged pitches and a Scottish Cup tie meant a reduced fixture list in the Highland League this afternoon but the six games still produced an impressive 28 goals.
A Moray business owner has offered a reward after his shop window was smashed on Saturday morning.
Lossiemouth's West Beach was cordoned off at the weekend following the discovery of a torpedo believed to be from the Second World War.
More than 1,100 pupils were sent home from school in Moray after a flock of birds brought down a power cable and cut electricity across Moray.
UP to 3,500 homes in Moray were in darkness this morning after a massive power failure.
Turriff United manager Ross Jack has his side geared up for a huge test of its Highland League title credentials against Formartine United at the Haughs today.
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Charlie Charlesworth feels he is coming home after returning to Lossiemouth for a second spell in charge.
Charlie Charlesworth has succeeded Stevie Dunn as manager of Lossiemouth.
An emergency response was triggered by a Territorial Army training exercise on the banks of the River Spey this morning.
Tonight, Brora returned to the top of the Press and Journal Highland League with a comfortable 6-0 home win against Fort William.
A blind Moray cyclist is hoping to compete in Rio Paralympics after becoming the UK's road race champion.
A not so quiet corner in the north, Moray, like many areas of the country, has been put through its paces in terms of change.
Stevie Dunn, who resigned a fortnight ago as manager of Lossiemouth, has made a quick return to football after signing on as a goalkeeper at Grantown club Strathspey Thistle.
Moray Council hopes to begin work to clear the west beach car park at Lossiemouth of rubble by the weekend.
A brave teenager has returned to the classroom - just two days after finishing a gruelling six-month course of treatment for a rare and deadly tumour.
A crunch meeting will take place today to discuss a long-term plan to protect Moray from the kind of severe weather seen this week.
A long serving member of Red Cross has just been appointed chief executive of the award winning outdoor charity Outfit Moray.
A couple who were determined to make their dying toddler's last few months special have helped 70 families do the same.
A family turned upside down by cancer concluded a precious five-day getaway yesterday as part of a new respite scheme launched by a Moray children's charity.
More than £1.5million has been spent breathing new life into a Moray holiday park looking to leave a series of scandals behind.
Furious residents in Lossiemouth have reacted angrily after a petition which they collected against a new road being built was rejected.
A Moray charity has said having a Hollywood star to open their annual fun day will put them on the "International stage".
Flooding has caused havoc across Moray today as the aftermath of Hurricane Bertha hit the north of Scotland.