Calls have been made to prioritise climate change concerns in Moray in future planning decisions.
Plans to build a new £10 million bridge in Elgin have been pushed back five years amid hopes the upgraded A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road will stop traffic in the town grinding to a halt.
A Moray councillor has hit out at Moray Council’s "downgrading" of its biodiversity and landscape commitment.
Wildlife campaigners in Moray feel ‘let down’ after council throws out petition calling for shooting ban
Moray Council has refused to intervene in a wildfowling row at a beauty spot, instead urging groups to come to a solution on their own.
Moray Council has been urged to host a debate over the number of school subject choices available to students.
A controversial housing project has been approved despite concerns it could “destroy” the natural home of birds and plants.
The future of Moray's landscape may rest in the hands of the Scottish Government as it considers major new wind farm development.
Fears have been raised that Moray’s crumbling bridges could be left to deteriorate further without a massive funding boost.
A Forres landowner's plan to build 12 houses in some ancient woodlands has been rejected.
A Highland League football club in Moray has won its bid for public cash despite concerns it has received too much already.
People power has saved two swimming pools in Moray from closure.
Fears have been raised that an 85% rise in music tuition fees in Moray may worsen the council’s budget position - an even sound the death knell for some cultural services.
Moray Council has voted against reconsidering a logo for a new public toilet scheme despite concerns it is “offensive” and “divisive”.
Toilet talk – Moray Council could reconsider toilet scheme logo after choice was branded ‘offensive’
A controversial logo for a new public toilet initiative in Moray will be re-examined next year after the current one sparked a flurry of complaints.
An initiative appealing to Moray business owners to allow their toilets to be used by members of the public will be launched next year.
Financial chiefs have warned Moray Council that their plans to keep just £5million in reserves for emergencies will only cover half the annual “risks”.
Spectacular floral displays in a Moray town have scooped two awards at a national ceremony.
Day centre for adults with learning disabilities in Moray to shut for two months due to staff shortages
A Moray day centre for adults with learning disabilities has been forced to close due to staff shortages.
Designs for new primary schools in Moray have been criticised as being “industrial” and lacking “inspiration”.
A Moray community is preparing itself to step in to safeguard a hospital building if the NHS decides to move out.