A Scottish Government minister has been pressed to deliver a funding boost for Moray during a visit to the region today.
Moray’s only dedicated venue for exhibiting art will keep its doors open after turning its financial fortunes around.
Moray village saves phone box that was within minutes of being hauled out of the ground and towed away
A Moray village has saved its treasured telephone box within minutes of it being pulled out of the ground and towed away on the back of a truck.
Highland League table toppers reunite after 25 years as part of campaign to have championship reinstated
A north-east football team that swept the opposition aside to win the Highland League before having the honour stripped from them has reunited – 25 years on from the controversy.
A former north-east student stepped into murky water just hours after arriving in Thailand as part of efforts to rescue the football team trapped in a cave.
Record numbers lined the shore at a Moray village for the community’s third annual raft race.
Hundreds of protesters have marched together in a show of solidarity against the looming downgrade of Moray’s only maternity unit.
Warm weather prompts emergency talks to halt declining salmon catches on Spey as water drops to lowest level since 1976
Emergency talks have been scheduled in an attempt to reverse a dramatic decline in the amount of salmon caught on the River Spey.
Children as young as five have been caught with offensive weapons such as knives in schools across Moray over the past six months.
Flower baskets have been hung in a Moray town centre in an effort to add extra colour to the area during the summer.
Pilgrims have returned to Moray after recreating the journey the monks that reformed a celebrated place of worship made seven decades ago.
Trainee priests from Eastern Europe are touring the north of Scotland in order to broaden their horizons of the world.
A Moray tourist has admitted scamming town centre shops in a misguided attempt to fund his family’s holiday in the north of Scotland.
Whisky bottles suspected to be fake have been removed from display at a Speyside distillery.
A new fund has been set up in Moray to support talented artists and encourage them to stay in the region.
Campaigners fighting to preserve maternity services in Moray want the NHS to be “held to account” while claiming that “years of inaction” have led to the current crisis.
A wooden boat has been raised from the seabed in a Moray harbour.
The number of households in northern Scotland is expected to soar by almost 50,000 over the next 25 years.
A Moray MP has praised the efforts of a local business continuing to invest in rural communities following a visit to a sawmill in the region.
Campaigners battling to save Moray’s maternity ward met with two high-ranking figures from NHS Scotland yesterday to discuss the ongoing crisis at the hospital.
A tiny north-east community was celebrating yesterday after winning a David verses Goliath battle against a major wind farm development.
Concerns have been raised that proposed changes to NHS Grampian employee contracts could result in “major recruitment and retention problems” for the health board.
Two Vietnamese men aged 45 and 20 have been arrested and charged in relation to alleged human trafficking offences in the Elgin area.
Firefighters have been praised for saving a Moray business from ruin after finding it in the midst of a large blaze at the weekend.
A fire has broken out in Elgin. Details are still emerging although it is thought to be a scrapyard on fire. A fire service spokeswoman said she could not give details at this time. More to follow.
Three Moray children’s homes will come under the spotlight as part of the next phase of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry.
New arrangements are now in place for Moray women to be taken to hospital in Inverness to give birth if they have complications during their pregnancy.
A 28-year-old man has been arrested and charged in relation to an alleged assault on a 40-year old man in Elgin last month.
A primary school was shut yesterday afternoon and warnings to conserve water were issued in the north-east after shortages were reported across the region.
Drought conditions have led to an unprecedented water shortage warning for the north and north-east.
Health-boosting trips to Moray are paying off for a group of Eastern European children whose immune systems have been weakened by radiation from a nuclear explosion.
Two rogue traders who terrorised Moray customers avoided a jail sentence yesterday and were each ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work in the community.