While simply singing a song might be more traditional, some Lossiemouth locals were given the chance to sign some tunes too at a showcase event last night.
A group of Moray schoolgirls looking to fight for their future have formed a climate change group and and kicked-off their efforts with a protest in Elgin yesterday.
Residents of Forres are being urged to have their say on how the former Leanchoil Hospital can be used to benefit the community.
Moray will play host to a world famous dance event for the first time as two top DJs play in Elgin Town Hall.
The future of a beloved Moray pet cemetery has been thrown into doubt amid threats the volunteer who runs it could be routinely hit with fees to cover government inspections.
Action will begin within days in an effort to tackle the winged menaces who have terrorised Elgin residents for years.
Pupils at an Aberdeen school have been getting creative and raising funds, all in aid of The Archie Foundation.
The impact of impending new parking restrictions in Wick’s Bridge Street will be the focus of a meeting called by local Highland Councillors as part of their drive to help breathe new life into the centre of the town.
A retired Moray high school teacher embarked on a mercy mission to a poverty-stricken African country ravaged by flash floods.
A number of Moray landmarks have been lit up blue to mark World Parkinson's Day.
Portknockie landslip information centre established as £1.7 million works undertaken to protect village
A former harbour office has been repurposed as an information centre as work on one of Moray's biggest landslip projects moves ahead.
A marathon unlike any other and the first of its kind to take place in Scotland was held in Findhorn yesterday.
A Moray man has pleaded guilty to possessing videos of extreme bestiality pornography.
Moray public toilets could be turned into tourism hotspots – but not before a lot of work and time is put in
Moray public toilets in key tourism areas could be turned into wi-fi hotspots and tourism information sites to give them a more sustainable future.
Hundreds of people turned up at a public meeting last night to campaign against proposed budget cuts in Moray.
Construction of Moray's new secondary school is well underway and progressing ahead of its new schedule, though it is early days for the £42 million project.