A masterplan to fight back against menacing gulls in Moray’s biggest town is being drawn up following a surge in complaints.
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.
A fresh blow has been dealt to a troubled project to build a new school in Moray.
Fears of bankruptcy surface as Moray Council may have to admit defeat in setting a balanced budget with £8m cuts still to find
Fears have been raised that Scottish Government officials could be drafted in to tackle Moray Council's looming budget crisis.
Hopes have been raised that an eyesore building in Elgin town centre could finally be demolished.
Plans to transform a neglected piece of ground in a Moray town into an artificial sports pitch have won the backing of a community group.
Police in Moray have launched a crackdown on motorists ignoring parking restrictions in the run-up to Christmas.
Part of the roof of a Moray town centre building is poised to be demolished in an attempt to make it safe.
A Moray mother fears a tyre on her car could have exploded on a busy road after falling victim to the alleged tack vandal.
Campaigners who fought for a replacement for the dilapidated previous Elgin High School say they have had their hopes fulfilled by the new buildings.
Vandals armed with tacks and screws have struck in a Moray neighbourhood - again.
Fresh attempts are being made to bring a historic eyesore building in Elgin town centre back into use.
Auditors have warned the next six months are “critical” for Moray Council in its struggle to stave off bankruptcy.
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.
Emergency restoration works to a historic building in a Moray town centre could take more than two years to complete.
Cash strapped Moray Council paid £1.2 million for houses in Elgin only to leave them sitting empty after the Western Link Road project was aborted.
The relaxation of planning rules in Moray has led to warnings the region could be facing an influx of out-of-town developments.
Audit Scotland urges Moray councillors to drop political differences in efforts to solve massive budget challenge
Audit Scotland has urged Moray councillors to cast aside their political differences in an attempt to overcome the region’s massive budget challenges.
Blow for campaigners fighting to reopen Elgin landmark on 15th anniversary of fire that led to its closure
Campaigners fighting to reopen the doors of a cherished Moray landmark have been dealt a fresh blow on the 15th anniversary of the fire that led to its closure.
A £5 million price tag has been set on restoring one of Moray’s most treasured historic landmarks to its former glory.
Safety barriers around a dangerous building in a Moray town centre could now be in place until the end of the year.
Moray Council’s new administration has vowed to “shout” to make the region’s voice heard across the country.
Moray Council’s leadership has been thrown into chaos after Conservative councillors walked out of the administration in a row over job adverts.
A new all-weather pitch and athletics track will be unveiled in the grounds of Elgin High School this summer.
Moray Council has insisted that a shake-up of parking charges in Elgin will make visiting the town centre “easier”.
Cash-strapped Moray Council faces the “embarrassment” of having to hand back £168,000 to a property firm after they were too slow to use it.
A busy Elgin town centre street has been closed for at least a month amid concerns stonework could plummet from the roof of a historic building.
Gulls have struck the first blow ahead of a turf war for territory in the north-east.
Police have been forced to increase patrols around a Moray cemetery after grieving relatives complained about flowers being stolen and graveside mementos being vandalised.
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.
Political parties from across Moray have united to make the case for extra cash for the region from the Scottish Government.