Hopes are high that a new Elgin secondary school could be the catalyst needed to tackle teacher shortages.
Construction on a new multi-million-pound secondary school which was left in limbo for months due to a complex national funding wrangle will begin next spring.
Moray councillors yesterday approved a new fuel transfer charge at the region's main port to boost the local authority's dwindling coffers.
As refugees continue to flee war-torn Syria in search of a new life in Scotland, Moray Council bosses are preparing for their arrival in the north-east.
Home advantage paid off in the 2015 Cullen Skink World Championships, as a local cook took the crown.
Projects in Moray and the Highlands will benefit from £1.7m of Scottish Government backing to help community regeneration.
Two men will appear at Elgin Sheriff Court today after a robbery in a quiet Moray neighbourhood.
The north-east football community was last night mourning the loss of one of the game's "true legends".
A group of Moray residents have taken their protest against a beach huts plan to Scotland's supreme civil judge.
A beekeeper who used his secluded hives to help conceal his five-month sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl has been jailed.
An offshore worker who drunkenly cracked a bottle over a woman during a brutal attack only avoided jail because he has turned his life round.
Plans for nearly 300 new homes in a Moray coastal town have finally been approved - despite mass local opposition to the "absurd" access road.
A Moray surfing instructor who has been banned from entering his local pool after breaching safety policies -- despite overwhelming support from his students -- has vowed to continue his fight to overturn the "unfair" sanction.
A Moray soup king cooking up a storm in this year's Professional MasterChef will entertain viewers tonight as he competes in the quarter finals.
A desperate plea has been issued to recruit more carers for Moray adults in their own home.
A new community and rural development fund with £3.8million in the pot will support and influence local projects and small businesses for the next six years.
Parents of pupils at primary school in Elgin can find out more about new catchment areas during a drop-in session next week.
A deadly predator which became a fascination after mysteriously washing up on a Moray beach has been given a final resting place in a beloved local pet cemetery.
History enthusiasts are being urged to look out World War I memorabilia for a military open day later this week.
A crucial planning hearing tomorrow could finally end a long-standing row over a major housing development in a coastal Moray town.
A group of Moray pensioners determined not to let old age stop them from pursuing young dreams begin their new chapter today.
The group hoping to restore one of Elgin's most historic but neglected landmarks to glory will get an update on the project this week.
Gordonstoun hosted a pioneering joint learning venture with other schools from across Moray yesterday.
Vandals have smashed nine windows at a Moray secondary school during an "idiotic" rampage.
A Moray Christmas charity tradition will be axed if the volunteers behind it cannot find a new chairman by the end of this week.
Moray Council hopes communities will seize the opportunity to shape the services they receive with a renewed consultation series starting today.
Street lights in towns and villages across Moray will be replaced with more energy efficient technology as authority bosses warn of a stark financial future.
The RAF Lossiemouth Pipes & Drums band has changed its colours from the Ancient Sutherland tartan to the Royal Air Force tartan.
The "exceptional" RAF Lossiemouth personnel who staved off Russian threats during peacekeeping mission in the Baltics have been awarded medals for their service.
A Moray pensioner who discovered she had bowel cancer only after completing an at-home test designed to catch it early has urged others to get checked out.
A former teacher at an historic Moray public school has been accused of child sex crimes dating back to the 1980s.
A Moray pensioner is trapped in hospital after breaking his hip because council officials "cancelled" his care at home.