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 trial to shut streets outside a Moray school to improve safety is poised to be extended.
Grass cutting reinstatement rejected by Moray Council amid fears more areas could be left uncut in future
Moray Council has ruled out reversing controversial grass cutting reductions amid fears financial pressures could get even tougher.
Top jobs have been axed at Moray Council as the authority continues its battle to save cash.
Libraries, support for adults to improve skills and English classes are once again facing the axe as Moray Council faces up to further budget cuts.
Recycling rates in Moray have been celebrated as one of the best in the country.
Nearly 500 people gathered at the weekend to take the first steps towards reviving a Moray town's traditional fair.
Fears have been raised that “turmoil” in the corridors of Westminster is delaying ambitious regeneration plans in Moray.
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.
Fears have been raised that Moray’s massive repair bill could increase even further if changes are made to the way the nation's roads are managed.
Moray Council has set aside an unexpected £2million boost in its accounts in order to cover the cost of anticipated severance packages.
Moray Council has been urged to host a debate over the number of school subject choices available to students.
Moray Council’s SNP administration has welcomed “productive” talks with the Scottish Government’s budget chief amid attempts to lever more cash out of Holyrood.
A 10-year vision has been published to help drive forward improvements in a Moray community and increase career prospects and boost lifelong skills.
Hopes have been raised that Moray Council’s pleas for a better funding allocation from the Scottish Government may finally be winning over opponents.
A stricken community hopes to find out within days if it will receive funding from the Scottish Government to restore access to its busiest beach.
Warnings Moray Council must reduce ‘unsustainable’ property portfolio as it faces £151million repairs bill
Moray Council has been urged to reduce or revamp its vast property portfolio after it emerged it is facing an unaffordable £151million bill just to get its buildings back to a "satisfactory" standard.
The man leading efforts to get a grip of Elgin’s gull problem has said the birds are "bold, smart and aggressive" and working to defeat his pest control team.
Top jobs could be axed at Moray Council as the authority continues to battle to balance the books.
Moray Council has set the aim of becoming carbon neutral by 2030 as it yesterday joined global efforts to halt climate change.
Petition to reinstate grass cutting services across Moray is supported by more than 400 in less than a day
Hundreds of angry residents across Moray have signed a petition calling for publicly-funded grass cutting in parks to be reinstated.
Warning Moray communities may be asked to take on even more as council faces up to further £19million of budget cuts
Moray Council must find another £20million of cuts before 2021 - with communities warned they will have to take on even more responsibilities.
Proposals to introduce charges for staff car parking at Moray Council have been thrown into chaos after they were rejected by councillors.
A Moray village has been left open to threats of flooding after protection plans were thrown out for being too expensive.
Moray Council has vowed to push on with plans to introduce parking charges for staff at its headquarters - despite accusations they are using wages from employees to prop up its budget.
Moray Council has defended beginning a seven-week schedule of road resurfacing during the “tourist season”.
Business leaders in Moray have called for a £1 all-day parking charge to be rolled out elsewhere after its introduction was the catalyst for a huge upturn in a multi-storey.
Moray Council has backed down on controversial plans to reduce grass-cutting in key areas and parks.
Community groups and charities maintaining green space on council-owned land in Moray will now benefit from free garden waste collections.
Representatives for the Moray growth deal headed to London this week for vital talks about the possibility of the multi-million-pound deal soon becoming a reality.
A Speyside councillor who has attended just four meetings in the last year while picking up his full £16,900 salary insists he is still fulfilling his elected role.
Tourism businesses in Moray are to be balloted about whether they would be willing to pay a levy to support an agency dedicated to promoting the region.