Moray Council has voted to continue to back Elgin's business improvement district, despite questions raised over its effectiveness.
Losing one of Moray's most important bodies would be a "big blow" for the region, its chief executive believes.
The tills of shopping centres in the north and north-east were jingling yesterday as customers rushed to get last-minute Christmas gifts.
Moray shoppers have been urged to buy presents and products locally instead of online or risk losing their bustling high streets.
Elgin’s police force has been issued with new bicycles in an effort to help officers tail criminals through the town’s narrow streets.
Shoppers in Moray have been urged to check their change amid reports of a large amount of fake £2 coins in the region.
The living dead took over a Moray shopping centre at the weekend as part of a Halloween event aimed at encouraging more people into the town.
A group of business owners are celebrating the remarkable turnaround in fortunes of a Moray town centre street.
Flower baskets have been hung in a Moray town centre in an effort to add extra colour to the area during the summer.
A crumbling building which prompted a near month-long closure of an Elgin street has reopened to the public.
Lasers have been deployed as the latest weapon to shift birds out from a Moray town centre.
Gulls have struck the first blow ahead of a turf war for territory in the north-east.
Campaigners are bracing themselves for a last-ditch battle to block an overhaul of parking in Elgin.
A much-loved former toy shop in a Moray town centre could be poised for a new lease of life as a gig venue or boutique hotel.
A pair of siblings will take centre stage as Moray’s biggest town enters the Christmas spirit today.
Heritage chiefs have come under fire for killing off a project to turn a long-empty town centre building into flats to attract workers to Moray.
A shake-up of parking charges in Elgin has been put forward by Moray Council in an attempt to free up spaces in the town centre.
Thousands of pounds could be spent to prevent people from being splashed by Elgin’s historic fountain during windy weather.
A new furniture shop on the outskirts of Elgin has been approved by Moray Council, despite fears the development could spell disaster for the town centre.
Lasers could be the latest weapon to be deployed in Moray in the war against menacing gulls.
Flavours from the Far East mixed with ones closer to home were on the menu for Elgin’s food and drink festival.
A campaign is being launched to promote one of Elgin town centre’s most historic thoroughfares as a cradle for independent businesses.
A leading business group is pleading with Moray Council to throw out plans for a new £3.5million furniture showroom – fearing it could kill off a burgeoning town centre.
Business leader calls for demolition of eyesore building to maintain pace of Elgin regeneration projects
A leading businessman in Moray's biggest town believes demolishing a historic building could encourage other firms to move to the area.
A store which has lain empty in Moray's biggest town for more than four years is set for a fresh lease of life.
Wide-ranging ambitions to rejuvenate Elgin's historic centre have been put on hold due to a lack of funding.
A business leader in Moray has renewed hope that fortunes on the high street of the region's biggest town are on the up.
Youngsters made the most of the Easter weekend in Elgin by clowning around during a family fun day in the town.
Heritage chiefs have been accused of standing in the way of regenerating a Moray high street.
An Elgin councillor is convinced that staging more unique attractions in the town centre could hold the key to reversing declining footfall figures.
Organisers are already drawing up plans for a "bigger and better" Elgin Ice Festival - and that's before the inaugural event has even finished.
An ambitious scheme to demolish a derelict 19th-century building and replace it with studio flats has been hailed as the "catalyst" for reviving a town centre in Moray.