Police have arrested a teenager after an Elgin war memorial was vandalised last month.
Council blacksmith praised for repairing vandalised Moray war memorial in time for Remembrance Sunday
The blacksmith who repaired an Elgin war memorial that had been repeatedly vandalised has been thanked for ensuring it has been repaired in time for the weekend’s Remembrance Service.
Warnings have been made that Moray’s biggest town could grind to a halt without a new £10 million bridge to cope with a population boom.
A Moray man has appeared in court for a second time following the death of a pensioner.
A Moray man has been charged with murder following the death of an 83-year-old following an alleged attack in woodland.
A man has appeared in court charged with murder after a pensioner died in woods in Moray.
A Church of Scotland minister and his wife are in a stable condition in hospital after an incident at woods in Moray in which another pensioner died.
Family of 83-year-old who died after alleged attack pay tribute to ‘doting, warm-hearted and unfailingly dependable’ great-grandfather
Police have named an 83-year-old man who died after an incident in a woodland area in Moray yesterday.
A Moray sculpture commemorating those who lost their lives serving their country has been vandalised for the second time in a fortnight.
Nearly 500 people gathered at the weekend to take the first steps towards reviving a Moray town's traditional fair.
Streets closed around Moray school in attempt to improve safety following removal of crossing patrollers
Streets surrounding a Moray primary school were shut yesterday in an attempt to improve safety for pupils.
Attempts are being made to relaunch a traditional Moray event as part of a campaign to improve a community.
A Moray man who launched an abusive tirade against medical staff and police has been spared a prison sentence.
A Moray businessman is attempting to gather enough support in the community to get the grass cut after a friend’s dog cut an artery on a hidden glass bottle.
A Moray community has banded together to cut the grass in a beloved park after becoming fed up about how long it has grown.
Brazen vandals who sprayed graffiti across several gravestones in Moray during daylight hours have been condemned as “mindless”.
An arts charity is appealing for stories from a Moray community in order to inspire a film to be made by teenagers.
Parents in Moray have been told to “wise up” about road safety ahead of school crossing patrollers being axed across the region.
Prosecutors have confirmed a suspect police believed was responsible for the tack attacks that blighted a Moray community for years will not be taken to court.
Moray man jailed again after threatening ambulance staff and police – just 10 days after being released for similar offence
A Moray man who threatened emergency service workers just 10 days after being released from prison for a similar offence has been jailed again.
A new project is being launched in a Moray town to help support older people in the area who may be feeling lonely.
Heroin with an estimated street value of £1,200 has been recovered following a drugs recovery at an address in the Bezack Street area of New Elgin.
Santa has returned to the streets of a Moray town for the fifth year in a row to raise cash for children’s charities in the north-east.
A man has been charged by police in connection with the tack attacks that have blighted a Moray community for months.
A man has been charged in relation to alleged culpable and reckless conduct after a number of tacks were left on the road in the Moray area.
Heroin with an estimated street value of more than £50,000 has been recovered following an intelligence led operation in the New Elgin area.
A Moray mother fears a tyre on her car could have exploded on a busy road after falling victim to the alleged tack vandal.
An abandoned telephone box next to one of the north-east’s busiest roads could soon become home to art exhibitions.
Vandals armed with tacks and screws have struck in a Moray neighbourhood - again.
Fears former mart in Moray may lie empty for at least another four years after housing plan is rejected
Fears have been raised that two large derelict sites in Moray’s biggest town could lie empty for at least another four years after the latest plans to revitalise them were rejected.
The latest bid to breathe fresh life into a wasteland in Moray’s biggest town could be about to be thwarted.
Two specially trained dogs were sent to sniff out the scent of illegal tobacco sales in Moray over the weekend.