Finderne Development Trust will use Scottish Land Fund support to assess developing community led affordable housing at Brockloch.
Older persons' support scheme, the Cameron Project was been boosted by more than 40 new recruits during lockdown.
Bob Davidson (87) of Meikle Crook, wanted to pay tribute to the Allies and the day that Imperial Japan surrendered.
Activists from Extinction Rebellion Forres have marked the beginning of a series of UK-wide climate awareness actions.
Shop owners are calling for help with the financial fightback against coronavirus.
Moray Digital owner Shaun Moat is delighted with the recognition from the Ministry of Defence.
Volunteers working at Sanquhar are grateful for £11,100 towards creating a new area of community woodland.
Findhorn Village Conservation Company's decision was made to protect the area from further vandalism.
Forres Flower Show will not go ahead at the town hall on September 10 while the pandemic is ongoing for safety reasons.
The Playful Garden at Brodie Castle features Scotland’s biggest bunny sculpture, fun characters, musical instruments and sensory areas.
Tulloch of Cummingston have applied to build luxury bungalows, split level homes, detached houses, apartments and affordable housing.
It is estimated the extension would deliver additional community funding of £189,000 per year.
The Nairn Book and Arts Festival will run online from September 11-13, replacing the traditional live event over six days in the town.
Michael (13) and Leland (9) McInnes-Main cycled to Grantown and back raising £336 for the Thistle Boxer Rescue charity.
The Whyte Family Trust, which, in 2016 is making and donating hand-made coronavirus masks to Forres Area Community Trust.
Forres Community Council chairman Shaun Moat introduced newly co-opted members John Innes, Jo Lenihan and Steve Ferris.
The Mathers sent a picture of their made-over garden to a Wright’s Home Hardware's Facebook competition and won.
Forres Community Woodlands Trust has spent a lot of time and money on maintaining the shed which gets regularly vandalised.
Fourteen Forres Academy students achieved particularly outstanding grades despite the global coronavirus pandemic.
Mrs Jan Sinclair reflected on a four months in lockdown during the school's prize giving ceremony.