A former nightclub in the heart of Moray's biggest town is poised for a new lease of life after nearly 20 years of slipping into disrepair.
A historic steading which underwent a £2.5million refurbishment to become one of Moray's most stunning features is up for a top national award.
A children's charity boss has visited RAF Lossiemouth to learn about how they can support the base's massive expansion.
Three drivers have been caught speeding at more than 100mph as police clamp down on dangerous motorists.
A Moray primary resembled the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry yesterday as youngsters celebrated the 20th anniversary of the first Harry Potter book.
A Moray bowling club will transform a disused boiler room into a games area for youngsters after receiving a £10,000 windfall.
The winner of the World Tattie Scone Championship has shared her successful Cullen Skink-inspired recipe with Press and Journal readers.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has acknowledged he might not be able to referee "as many high-profile football matches" in his new role.
More than 100 cyclists set off from a Moray distillery on a mission to raise money for a charity which helps the region's deaf and blind people.
A Moray town was awash with a sea of tartan over the weekend as pipe bands from all over Europe competed in a spectacularly Scottish showcase.
A budding amateur chef took inspiration from one of Moray's most famous dishes to win the World Tattie Scone Championship on Saturday.
A prestigious school rocked by child abuse allegations has contacted more than 3,000 former pupils in an effort to uncover historic offences.
A top health boss has admitted there is no end in sight for waiting time delays in the north-east.
A motorist has been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary this evening following a crash on a Moray road.
Police Scotland are urging road users to drive sensibly this summer in response to the longer nights and the approaching school holidays meaning there will be an increase in people on the roads.
Musicians from all over the world converged on Moray last night, in advance of one of the biggest dates on the bagpiping calendar.
Emergency services have staged intense river rescue training sessions, following the death of an angler on the Spey.
Traders have lashed out over IT issues which have left them paying full business rates - four months after ministers announced a relief package.
New mums in Moray will be first in line to benefit from a scheme which will capitalise on modern technology to provide advice.
Residents in one of Moray's most scenic seaside villages have been doing their best to brighten up its streets in time for summer.
Illness made the journey a long haul for Eleanor Dempster.
More than 285,000 people in Scotland are living with diabetes.
Moray College bosses have been taken to task at Holyrood over a string of financial failings.
The mother of a tragic Moray schoolboy gathered with his classmates yesterday to unveil an eye-catching bench created in the youngster's honour.
A flood of new visitors delivered an extra £12million to the Moray economy last year, delighted tourist chiefs have revealed.
Two of the north's most popular harbours have netted hundreds of thousands of pounds in funding to create more berthing space.
An internet appeal for a cancer-stricken Moray youngster has skyrocketed after her "wedding" became a global phenomenon.
A Moray disability group is helping to pioneer technology which will allow vulnerable people to deal with stressful situations.
Two people are being treated in hospital for suspected broken bones following a three-vehicle crash in Moray.
A Moray couple claim they are being "held hostage" by forestry companies as the dirt track that leads to their home crumbles away due to constant HGV use.
Calls have been made to drive forward plans to increase the amount of land available for businesses in Elgin.
A youth band is preparing to hit the high notes on a tour of continental Europe.