TWO young Moray actors will appear in a Scottish BAFTA-nominated short film on Monday night.
COMEDIAN Phill Jupitus has moved to Scotland and will be telling everybody why when he appears at Findhorn's Universal Hall on May 26.
CONCERN has been expressed after 16 people have been charged for traffic offences near the entrance of New Elgin Primary.
SPORTS Clubs across Moray can tap in to a £50k fund from Aldi.
BBC Question Time is to be filmed in Elgin for the first time.
THE second event for the Elgin Rotary's triple challenge is taking shape and looking for more cyclists.
IMAGES of jewellery stolen from a Buckie home have been released by the family.
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STAND-UP comedy star Simon Evans will be at the Universal Hall in Findhorn on Tuesday with his new show Genius.
EXCEPTIONAL young people across Moray have been rewarded for their achievements inside and outside of the classroom.
AHEAD of his sixth world championships appearance, Niall Cameron is inspiring the next generation of table tennis players in Moray.
Rothes must get down and dirty for Highland League points – as long as that doesn’t apply to the condition of their boots.
TWO defeats in a week have left Elgin City’s play-off hopes hanging by a thread – but assistant boss Keith Gibson won’t admit defeat.
COVE Rangers will play Formartine United in this year's Highland League Cup final.
THREE goals in five minutes helped Queen's Park see off Elgin City at Hampden on Saturday.
ELGIN City midfielder Rabin Omar has smoothed over a row with League Two rivals Clyde ahead of Tuesday night’s clash between the clubs.
MATCHING the mighty Michael van Gerwen in front of a capacity 4500 crowd was the greatest night of John Henderson’s darts career so far.
Hopeman have regained the Moray Indoor Bowling Association first division championship title.
A charismatic leading man playing natural rebel Ren McCormack is the first box IMT's Footloose ticks
A family that rocks together, stays together - that’s the credo behind Bad Actress.
Writer Neil Spring remembers exactly where he was when he first encountered Boleskine House
Presented by Jimmy Ross and Finlay Allison, Which Side Are You On will offer a tribute to the influential musician and activist
Show has 'dancing, 80s classics, cowboy hats and a rocking live band!'
Almost a year on from their second album Symbiosis II, Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton return to play it live
Musicians perform songs from across Joni Mitchell’s catalogue of 19 studio albums
One man's struggle to survive becomes a gripping drama