Showdown talks are due to take place between energy bosses and Moray fishermen who claim to have had equipment destroyed in “creel wars”.
Moray Council is weighing up the consequences of raising council tax by more than the 3% allowed by the Scottish Government.
A Moray fisherman has been allowed to keep his car despite being caught five times the drink-drive limit.
A mum has sparked a fundraising mission to support a Moray nursery after seeing a “remarkable” turnaround in her son.
A three-month consultation has been commissioned following a review that classed four Moray primary schools as “unsustainable”.
Teachers could be recruited from Australia in an attempt to solve Moray’s deepening recruitment crisis.
A Moray man has been charged following a series of thefts in the region during the last week.
A much-loved winter festival has finally returned to Moray after cold weather delayed the opening.
A callous Moray dad who bit off part of a man’s ear before posting an image of the bloody flesh on social media has been locked up.
It’s nearly a year to the day when I first raised in the Scottish Parliament a case of eye watering parcel delivery charges facing a constituent in Speyside, who was asked to pay £50 extra to have a £5.99 pair of hand towels delivered.
UK Government ministers have been warned their “feet will be held to the fire” after they pledged to review excessive delivery fees to the north of Scotland.
A driver who caused a fatal head-on road crash that resulted in a Moray motorcyclist being killed has been spared prison.
Health officials have warned that services at Moray’s biggest hospital may have to be temporarily downgraded again due to a staff shortage.
Campaigners want new one-bedroom properties built in Moray to cut the backlog of homeless people waiting to be rehoused.
A delivery courier has been told to “take geography lessons” after it emerged Moray was considered to be an island by the firm.
Members of a gang who carried out a "highly sophisticated" £2.4 million VAT fraud have been jailed for a total of more than 24 years.
The wintry conditions are set to continue according to the latest warning from the Met Office.
A Moray MP congratulated the winner of his Christmas card competition during a school visit yesterday and presented the young pupil with a prize.
A tourism boom in Moray could be at risk of falling flat due to a shortage of chefs in the region.
Aladdin was given a jet powered boost to his magic carpet after an aircraft hangar was transformed into a Moray pantomime venue.
More than 18,000 homes were left without power at some stage as Storm Caroline raged across the north.
A Moray man who threatened to turn violent when pizza takeaway staff refused to call him “boss” has been sentenced to unpaid work.
Campaigners have threatened to boycott a new convenience store in a Moray village over claims the firm has “ignored” residents.
Budget cuts that could hit children with specialised learning needs have been criticised as an “attack on the most vulnerable”.
Public toilets, school librarians, lollipop patrols and eight community buildings could all be axed as part of sweeping cuts aimed at saving Moray Council more than £6million.
It has emerged that companies are charging extra to deliver parcels to parts of Moray and the Highlands because they are not considered to be on the “mainland”.
A Moray primary school has been closed to pupils and staff. Moray Council posted on their site that Hopeman Primary and Nursery has shut its doors due to heating and hot water problems. More to follow.
Hopes have been raised an overhaul of car parking in Moray’s biggest town will lead to a boost for town centre shops, despite an objection from a leading business group.
Customers in the north of Scotland have been found to pay up to four times as much for parcel deliveries compared to the rest of the UK.
Campaigners will continue fighting plans to demolish a Moray landmark and replace it with a Co-op shop - despite the retail giant confirming an opening date for the store.
Cash-strapped Moray Council has been criticised for running a Facebook poll to finalise plans to save more than £6million.