IT WAS an emotional moment for Elgin breeder Lynne Bowley when her playful pooch was named Best in Breed at this year's Crufts.
SUGAR cane farmers from Malawi addressed a busy hall in Elgin as part of the community's Fairtrade Fortnight events.
MORAY'S senior string orchestra has ended its Inverness Music Festival appearance on a high note.
A CONFERENCE designed to maximise Moray's potential has been postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
A NEW display on Elgin's famous Two Red Shoes ballroom is going on show at Elgin Museum.
Fossils of the Elgin Crawler are making a return home.
POLICE are continuing to conduct enquiries and searches around Lossiemouth for missing man Clive Hewes.
PUPILS from a Moray school are celebrating after winning a national title for the second year running.
DODGE, duck, dip and dive will be the mantra for S1 pupils at a Moray secondary when a dodgeball competition plays out.
A MONK is preparing to launch a solo exhibition of his intriguing artwork at his home of Pluscarden Abbey.
A PERFORMANCE exploring death and the folk rituals which surround it in Gaelic culture is coming to Findhorn's Universal Hall.
A SPEYSIDE church is launching its own limited edition whisky.
A SPEYSIDE community has been praised for the work it does in promoting fairtrade.
THE challenge of addressing homelessness in Moray is to come into sharp focus.
A CHARITY is giving away thousands of books in braille and audio formats for children with vision impairment as part of World Book Day celebrations.
LOCAL people will have the chance to give their views on major housing developments in Elgin during drop-in sessions next week.
MORAY Council is to raise its council tax by 4.84 per cent.
MORAY Council is seeking views on a new policy for accessing local authority homes.
MORAY Council has agreed to take part in a pilot project that will allow Gypsy/Traveller communities to stop for short periods at negotiated sites.
THE voices of Moray's youngsters will be sought as part of a probe into achieving equity in education.