The Scottish Government has announced plans to improve ambulance cover in Moray.
School pupils have been enjoying some hands-on work experience at the RAF Lossiemouth this week as part of an event to promote the Stem subjects.
Motorists in the north-east are poised for nearly six months of roadworks misery on one of the region’s busiest roads.
An ambulance has been called following a two vehicle collision on the A940 road, near to Grantown Road, just outside Forres. The road has been closed in both directions at the moment. Two people are thought to be injured, although it is unknown at the time how serious they have been hurt. More to follow.
After saving a Moray landmark on the brink of closure, a group of campaigners are now drawing up plans to put it at the heart of the community.
The approval of a new gym in Elgin has prompted fears that attendances at Moray Leisure Centre could be driven down even further.
A pioneering new technology has been used to energise a power connection for a controversial windfarm in Moray.
Fears former mart in Moray may lie empty for at least another four years after housing plan is rejected
Fears have been raised that two large derelict sites in Moray’s biggest town could lie empty for at least another four years after the latest plans to revitalise them were rejected.
A Moray man has been jailed for two years for ransacking a pensioner's home as she slept.
A man has been reported to the procurator fiscal following a police investigation into the cause of a collision between a lorry and a school bus last Thursday.
A hand grenade was safely detonated on Lossiemouth’s East Beach yesterday following its discovery in a Moray back garden.
The Fochabers Men’s Shed has become a cherished part of the Moray community.
A Moray campaign group has demanded the Scottish Government assign the community a key role in the redesign of the A96.
There were plenty of fun and games at Mosset Park on Saturday when the first annual Pitch Perfect festival entertained big crowds.
Volunteers braved the rain and harsh winds to help clear litter from a Moray beach as part of a national campaign.
Vandals have struck at the heart of a historic Moray park, causing outrage within the community.
An RAF serviceman’s mammoth attempt to pull a typhoon jet 100ft ended almost as soon as it started thanks to an unlucky injury.
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.
Veteran journalist Kate Adie has pledged to boost the Pluscarden Abbey Appeal by speaking at a fundraising dinner.
A Moray charity is inviting local children to help uncover an ancient farm steading and reveal secrets of the past from before the time of the Jacobites.
A school bus carrying children from a Moray primary school was involved in a collision with an HGV yesterday afternoon.
Green-fingered campaigners are aiming to breath fresh life into a neglected corner of a Moray town centre.
A Moray delivery driver who broke his best friend’s nose in a pub fight has been fined.
Archaeologists have descended on one of Moray’s most famous hills to dig up more evidence of a Bronze Age fort.
A school bus carrying children from a Moray primary school was involved in a collision with a heavy goods vehicle.
Searches are continuing in the Brodie area of Moray today for missing Aberdeen man Wayne MacMillan.
The air force is poised to make a surprise return to a Moray military base – six years after moving out.
Hospital transfer arrangements between hospitals condemned after Moray mum has to transport ‘seriously ill’ daughter herself
Transfer arrangements between two north-east hospitals set up because of a staff shortage have been condemned after it emerged a mum had to transport her seriously ill child 65 miles herself – only to be told she might not be admitted.
Specialist police officers and dog teams were searching the Brodie area of Moray yesterday as the hunt for missing Aberdeen man Wayne Macmillan intensified.
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.
Equipment is being made available to farmers in Moray to help protect the home of endangered birds.
A national convenience store chain has insisted they remain committed to a delay-hit plan to transform a derelict hotel in Moray into a shop.