A disgruntled former shortbread factory worker who carried out a brutal early morning "cowardly and vicious attack" on a female supervisor has been jailed for six years.
A surge of interest from outwith Scotland is bolstering Moray’s property market.
Thick fog which caused severe traffic disruption along the north-east coastline yesterday is expected to continue for the next few days – but clear skies and sunshine have been forecast inland.
Moray Council has insisted that a shake-up of parking charges in Elgin will make visiting the town centre “easier”.
Two towns on the Moray Firth coast have been named amongst the UK’s top beach holiday destinations.
Air force personnel from the north-east are in Africa helping to prepare local troops in their fight against one of the world’s most notorious terrorist groups.
Emily Barns was reported missing from her home in Turriff earlier this morning.
A 38-year-old man has been charged with possession of class A drugs with a 'street' value of £6,000 in Buckie over the weekend.
Thousands of visitors descended on Speyside yesterday for the most popular Gordon Castle Highland Games to date.
Sports clubs and businesses are being urged to help provide Moray with a stunning new year-round sporting facility.
Monks at Pluscarden Abbey have organised the next stage of a massive campaign to pay for the restoration of their ancient home.
Talks have been arranged regarding the reopening of a popular coastal path which was closed off amid safety fears following a landslip.
A £14million proposal to create Scotland-leading “smart” factories and futureproof Moray’s manufacturing sector has been unveiled.
Police in Forres are appealing for information following a theft by housebreaking from a property on South Street.
Farmers have been urged to be careful around “potentially lethal” power lines after a JCB driver brought down an electricity pole near Elgin last month.
A flood-hit Moray coastal village could soon be classed as vulnerable by environmental experts enabling it to access funds for protection measures.
A pervert who downloaded so many indecent images of children that police cybercrime officers stopped counting once they passed half a million was jailed for 22 months yesterday.
Moray’s largest sports centre has been given a two-year reprieve just months after it was on the brink of closure.
Lasers have been deployed as the latest weapon to shift birds out from a Moray town centre.
The immediate future of the Moray Leisure Centre was secured today after councillors approved a recovery plan proposed by High Life Highland who have been engaged as consultants since January.
Owners of classic cars and motorcycles have been encouraged to take part in a charity drive which will visit some of the north-east’s most stunning landmarks.
Moray man who was jailed for filming himself abusing baby took video of another infant and shared it through Whatsapp
A Moray paedophile jailed for filming himself abusing a baby is facing a further prison sentence after he admitted taking a video of another infant and sharing it with fellow perverts through Whatsapp.
A rogue trader refused to leave a frail pensioner’s home after she refused to pay up - while his brother smashed up another customer’s driveway after she challenged his handiwork.
Cash-strapped Moray Council faces the “embarrassment” of having to hand back £168,000 to a property firm after they were too slow to use it.
Firefighters battled for an hour to free a man left trapped in his car following a serious crash on a Moray road.
Staffing problems are hampering efforts to improve healthcare at Moray’s flagship hospital causing a “knock-on effect” on the services provided, it was claimed yesterday.
Moray’s woodland areas have been blighted by fly-tipping in recent months, with tonnes of sometimes dangerous substances dumped.
A man has been rushed to hospital after being released from his car by firefighters, following a three-vehicle smash on a Moray road.
Fire crews are battling to free a motorist left trapped in their car following a four-vehicle crash in Moray.
Elgin City and the club’s players of the ill-fated 1992/93 season have thrown their weight behind a fans’ bid to reclaim a lost title.
A Moray couple have been forced out of their home after a lorry smashed into the side of it as they slept.
A “battered and bruised” north-east businessman has thanked the emergency services who came to his rescue after he plunged backwards off a cliff.