Crisis funding is being investigated to fund a new footbridge so access can be restored to a Moray beach.
Organisers of a popular fundraising event in a Moray town have confirmed it will go ahead next month.
A Moray councillor who was given less than two years to live after being diagnosed with a critical heart condition says he “owes his life” to the NHS.
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.
A giant steel frame is being lifted into place on the site of the new and expanded Lossiemouth High as work progresses ahead of schedule.
Sports trust in Moray believes council’s investigations to sell land will strengthen their case to get it for free
Campaigners fighting to transform a barren stretch of ground into an artificial sports pitch believe a consultation to examine selling the land commercially will only enhance their case to get it for free.
Stark warning issued after Moray councillors vote to continue ‘sacrificing’ quality of roads to save cash
A warning has been issued about the state of Moray roads, as local councillors paved the way for them to plummet in standard.
More than £20,000 of money which could have been used by community groups in a Moray town has instead been put towards a school project.
Construction of Moray's new secondary school is well underway and progressing ahead of its new schedule, though it is early days for the £42 million project.
Calls have been made to move a taxi rank in a Moray town centre to free up spaces for disabled motorists.
Warnings have been issued that small businesses in Moray could “stagnate” due to uncertainties surrounding Brexit.
Benromach Distillery in Forres has been given permission to build 11 new cask warehouses in an effort to keep pace with demand for its whisky.
Aerial photographs have revealed the scale of the project to create a new £42million secondary school in Moray.
The huge steel frame taking shape at RAF Lossiemouth reveals for the first time the scale of the operation underway.
Fresh attempts are being made to bring a historic eyesore building in Elgin town centre back into use.
Fears former mart in Moray may lie empty for at least another four years after housing plan is rejected
Fears have been raised that two large derelict sites in Moray’s biggest town could lie empty for at least another four years after the latest plans to revitalise them were rejected.
Traffic lights could be introduced at a notorious junction in Moray in attempt to improve safety at a busy school crossing.
Approval for a new hotel in Moray’s biggest town has been welcomed by tourism bosses.
Fears have been raised that thousands of Moray businesses are missing out on massive windfalls due to a lack of support to help them bid for public contracts.
Moray Council has insisted that a shake-up of parking charges in Elgin will make visiting the town centre “easier”.
The growing population of Lossiemouth will benefit from a new secondary school after councillors gave final approval for a £42 million build.
A special cake decorated with three Typhoon jets has been presented to RAF Lossiemouth to mark the air force’s centenary.
Record tourism figures have been announced for Moray amid hopes of a booming summer for the region.
Construction of a new industrial estate to support the regeneration of a Moray port is expected to be completed this week.
More than four times as many parking tickets have been over the last 12 months compared to the previous year in Moray as the council aims to get tough on offenders.
A shake-up of parking charges in Moray’s biggest town has survived a late attempt to have the overhaul thrown out.
More than £11million worth of maintenance work has been approved for vital infrastructure across Moray.
The cost of rebuilding a harbour wall has soared to more than £560,000 – meaning repairs in other coastal communities across the region have been scaled back.
Scotland’s most senior RAF officer has revealed that personnel “love” being stationed in Moray, ahead of a massive influx of servicemen to the region.
An Elgin businessman believes the town’s historic heart needs to “reinvent itself” in order to attract brand names back to the centre.
Campaigners are forming a steering group to put together a rescue plan to stop the doors being closed at Moray’s largest performance venue.
A former RAF servicewoman is preparing to roll out the welcome mat for hundreds of personnel who are destined for Moray.