Police in Buckie have closed a coastal road as fire crews attend to a blaze at Buckpool Golf Club.
Plans to revive a historical piece of Moray's fishing heritage have moved on after almost two years.
The family of Buckie man Alan Morrison have issued an appeal for him to get in touch as today marks two weeks since he was reported missing.
Strong weekend winds forced the cancellation of a popular community fireworks display in Moray in what was to have been a landmark year for the event.
A Moray community will celebrate a very special milestone next week as it rallies to organise the annual fireworks display.
A disabled motorist who was more than four times the drink drive limit has been fined after travelling from pub-to-pub in a Moray town.
Repairs have been carried out to power lines across the north of Scotland to fix damage caused by gorse fires.
A stretch of a north-east golf course was sealed off yesterday amid fears that users could reignite a wildfire by accidentally “kicking up embers”.
The north and north-east burned at the weekend as emergency services tackled a series of serious wildfires.
A Moray couple were forced to flee with their two young sons after the Portgordon blaze began to threaten their home.
Fire crews are battling a wild fire near a north east golf club.
A Moray shop manager has hit out after thieves broke into his store and made off with charity tins.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a number of charity tins were stolen from the Spar store in Portgordon.
A Moray artist has unveiled a series of paintings inspired by dementia sufferers’ battles to cope with the effects of the illness.
A Moray councillor fears a coastal community which has flooded three times in five years is being left at risk of further devastation – because it is not classed as “vulnerable”.
A mum-of-two booted a woman in the head and ruined her £500 hairpiece following a row about queue-jumping at a Buckie take-away restaurant.
Showdown talks are due to take place between energy bosses and Moray fishermen who claim to have had equipment destroyed in “creel wars”.
A three-month consultation has been commissioned following a review that classed four Moray primary schools as “unsustainable”.
Education chiefs have suggested children in parts of Moray would be better off if the council axed smaller primary schools.
Moray Council teams are delivering a pallet of sandbags to residents in Stewart Street, Portgordon, and Great Eastern Street, Portessie.
Officers are appealing for witnesses after the ropes used to tie a 27ft cruiser/fishing boat to the quayside at Portgordon were deliberately cut.
A Moray village put on its biggest fireworks display yet last week as part of its annual extravaganza.
A Moray village is preparing for its biggest fireworks extravaganza yet by adding a sparkle of community spirit.
Water at three primary schools in Moray remains contaminated with lead following attempts to fix the problem.
History experts will be in Moray at the weekend to shine a light on some of the region’s closely guarded secrets.
Bottled water has been issued to Moray school pupils after the drinking supply was found to be contaminated with lead.
Fresh doubts have been raised about the future of four primary schools in Moray after they were described as “unsustainable”.
Campaigners are readying themselves to plead for a historic piece of a Moray village's fishing heritage to be revived.
Dozens of residents in a scenic Moray village are preparing to campaign for the creation of a cafe in their community.
Blocking the creation of a new cafe could be the nail in the coffin of a "dying" coastal community, locals have warned.
Councillors have been urged to reject proposals to convert an ancient Moray fishing building into a cafe.
Military medals awarded to a Moray man described as "one of the Merchant Navy's greatest heroes" have sold at auction for £216,000.