A former RAF servicewoman is preparing to roll out the welcome mat for hundreds of personnel who are destined for Moray.
Hopes have been raised an overhaul of car parking in Moray’s biggest town will lead to a boost for town centre shops, despite an objection from a leading business group.
The fight to secure Moray its own City Deal-style funding boost must go on after the hoped-for prestigious package was left out of the Westminster budget.
A councillor has been left “incandescent with rage” after his calls for a debate on gritting cuts were frozen out by his colleagues.
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.
The reopening of Moray’s railway following an £80million upgrade has been hailed as a “huge vote of confidence” in the region.
The first turf has been cut on a £12million business park in Moray that could create up to 4,000 jobs.
Firms in Moray facing crippling increases in their business rates bills have been urged to claim reliefs and appeal – or risk overpaying and being locked into higher charges.
A Moray port is preparing to capitalise on a jobs boost following the award of a contract for a massive offshore wind farm.
Moray Council has warned that it can not roll out publicly-funded buses across the region – despite its only current service running a profit.
A rallying call has been issued for Moray residents to throw their weight behind an ambitious bid to attract funding to the region.
Moray’s property sector is creaking under pressure as families wanting to escape the busy life continue to push up prices.
Essential work to prevent an Elgin landmark crumbling towards a “catastrophic failure” has been approved.
Warning shots have been fired over calls to introduce by-laws to manage wildfowling at a Moray nature reserve.
A Burghead beauty spot has been blighted by a “disgusting” amount of materials being stored near the harbour, according to a local councillor.
A £30million transport strategy which aims to put an end to gridlock in Elgin was approved at a council meeting yesterday.
A Moray couple has launched an ambitious refurbishment of a former school dormitory to help unlock the massive tourism potential of the region’s coastline.
The people of Moray are being asked to help secure a major cash boost that could transform the area over the coming decades.
A derelict house on one of Moray's most prestigious streets could be demolished by the council to bring 20 years of problems for neighbours to an end.
Hundreds of extra troops are poised to move into Moray's Army base.
Moray Council's ambitious bid to attract a multi-million pound investment for the region has moved forward.
The approval of nearly 900 new homes in Elgin has been hailed as a catalyst for driving further investment in the town.
Moray Council has suspended the business rate payments of traders left furious after being charged extortionate sums because of IT delays.
Calls have been made to drive forward plans to increase the amount of land available for businesses in Elgin.
New businesses across Moray are finding more success than elsewhere in Scotland.
One of Moray's most legendary landmarks could be sold for just £1 to entice local people into running it.
Plans for the first wave of houses that will form part of a 1,500-home development in Moray's biggest town have been submitted - less than a week after a vision for 2,500 homes was approved.
Moray's economic leaders will press the Scottish Government to dismiss complaints about demolishing a dilapidated Elgin building.
The contest to be elected to Moray Council has heated up with three new candidates announcing they are standing in the same ward.
Relief among Moray traders over “monumental” business rates U-turn… But anger over “sting in the tail”
Hotel and pub owners across Moray breathed a sigh of relief last night after SNP ministers' "monumental U-turn" on business rate rises.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay will make a massive U-turn today over proposed increases to business rates - with specific aid for the hospitality industry.
Tensions between Moray's elected representatives continue to soar over the government's business rate increases.