A derelict former pork factory in Buckie could be about to undergo a radical make-over, with plans submitted to transform the site into a trampoline park.
Demands have been made to have a “plan B” for when Moray Council’s beleaguered dredger is not capable of going to sea.
Designs to reflect the seafaring heritage of a Moray town in a “gateway” to the community have gone on display for the first time.
Moray Council has pledged to continue to allow access to a popular harbour pier once repairs have been completed.
Moray Council’s beleaguered dredger has returned to operation after being tied up at a harbour for six months.
Thousands packed two Moray town centres at the weekend to celebrate the start of the festive period.
A surge in broken boilers has left some people on Moray in need of alternative heating and financial assistance to cope with spiralling bills.
New rules could be brought in for pubs across Moray to help curb antisocial behaviour and bring a boost to the local economy.
A stretch of a north-east golf course was sealed off yesterday amid fears that users could reignite a wildfire by accidentally “kicking up embers”.
A primary school and a historic church in Buckie are to be protected from flooding as part of a £700,000 drainage improvement project.
Hopes have been raised that a town hall in Moray may remain open beyond June after a leading Highland League club dropped out of the race to take it over.
A Christmas extravaganza in a Moray town has been revived after the organisers found themselves overwhelmed with demands to reinstate it.
The reigning Highland League Champions are among the rival groups vying for control of a closure-threatened town hall in Moray.
The scale of housing projects could be increased in Moray to make sure the region stays on track with its affordable housing targets.
A man who moved to Buckie partly because of his love for the town’s annual Christmas Kracker extravaganza has been left dismayed by its demise.
A Moray councillor fears a coastal community which has flooded three times in five years is being left at risk of further devastation – because it is not classed as “vulnerable”.
Thousands of pounds worth of damage has been caused to festive decorations in a Moray town by drunken “fools”.
A dredger which cost cash-strapped Moray Council £2.4million has only performed about six months of work since it was launched last April.
A Moray pub has been closed “until further notice” after a man collapsed and almost died.
More than 3,000 people packed into a Moray town centre at the weekend to kickstart the festive season across the region.
Urgent repairs are being done to a picturesque Moray port to avoid parts of it having to be sealed off.
Rainwater flooded into the changing rooms of a Highland League ground and forced a match to be called off.
Increased incentives, designed to persuade council house tenants in Moray to downsize, have failed to boost housing stock.
Buckie could be next in line in Moray for a new secondary school – and could be joined by a new primary school too.
Dozens of drivers in Moray have been charged by police about being caught using their mobile phones while at the wheel.
Police patrols are being stepped up around Moray's schools amid concerns they could become hotbeds for vandalism during the summer months.
Two 13-year-old girls have been charged with starting a fire that destroyed a Moray office block causing more than £10,000 worth of damage.
A blaze at an abandoned shipyard has sparked calls to secure the site amid fears it has become a "hive" of drinking, vandalism and fly-tipping.
Bigger incentives could be offered to council house tenants in Moray to free-up much-needed bedrooms.
Police chiefs are hailing new figures, showing that violent incidents in Moray pubs have halved during the past year.
A new police report has shown that a Buckie school is one of the sites worst affected by vandalism in the town.