The organisers of a whisky auction which amassed £25,000 are preparing for another fundraiser to help improve their Speyside community.
Pupils at a Moray primary school have started work on a bold plan to transform a "dull" outside area into an exciting new space for learning.
Leadership positions at Moray Council have finally been filled - nearly three weeks after councillors were elected.
The man appointed to spearhead Moray Council's drive to improve the region's financial fortunes believes he has "unfinished business".
A father-of-three is calling for action to tackle the dangers facing his daughter as she walks to school across Moray's busiest road.
Controversial proposals to close schools in Moray could provoke a repeat of angry parents organising marches to oppose the plans.
A Moray native has navigated a Navy vessel into his hometown port after swapping life as a window cleaner for a career on the waves.
A mobile fish and chip van from Moray is back in business just a month after being forced off the road.
Pupils at a Moray school will be among the first people offered a look at designs for a replacement building.
A band of stalwarts in a Moray town are readying themselves for months of back-breaking work to complete the restoration of a historical landmark.
A 21st century revamp of a dormant Moray distillery aimed at reviving it as a hotel has attracted concerns from heritage experts.
Three Moray pupils have been given the chance to follow in the steps of Helen Mirren and Orlando Bloom.
The man who pledged to tackle Moray's crippling repairs bill by closing schools is poised to become council leader.
Speyside's Malt Whisky Trail could form the backbone of a tourist trail in Moray to rival the North Coast 500.
A blaze at an abandoned shipyard has sparked calls to secure the site amid fears it has become a "hive" of drinking, vandalism and fly-tipping.
Fresh details have been unveiled about what fitness fans can expect inside a multi-million sports complex in Moray's biggest down.
A haze of colourful powder hung in the air at a Moray park yesterday as hundreds of youngsters celebrated an Indian festival.
Thousands descended on Speyside at the weekend as the Gordon Castle Highland Games were extended to two days for the first time.
A Moray craftsman is back in business less than two weeks after his workshop was reduced to cinders.
The chance to join the inaugural Malt Whisky Trail Master is only a click away for Moray residents.
Showdown talks will take place over the coming days to hammer out a deal to decide the leadership of Moray Council.
Disadvantaged children from a country blighted by a nuclear disaster were left open-mouthed after seeing a tiger for the first time.
A dog care business isfinally to be rehomed - nearly a year after falling victim of council planning rules.
The dreams of a feisty Moray child have come true after she took a dip in the water with a group of mermaids.
A primary school teacher from Lossiemouth has reached the final of a national award for the teaching of science and engineering.
Firefighters were called to a disused building at a Moray port after it went up in flames yesterday.
A row over a parking space escalated into an "out of control" attack that led to a man being punched and headbutted in a Moray street.
Transport bosses have announced £345,000 plans to improve a stretch of Moray's busiest trunk route.
NHS Grampian has launched an investigation after a grieving husband complained his wife's final years were spent in agony after a "botched" operation.
Two teens have admitted causing almost £40,000 worth of damage after storming a Moray construction site and going on a rampage with a digger.
Moray Council still does not have an administration - after talks to appoint a leader were deferred after just two minutes.
Businesses and charities have laid out what they can offer military personnel to persuade them to stay in Moray.