Scottish Government planning officials have been accused of “riding roughshod” over democracy after two planning decisions in Moray were overturned in two days.
Warnings have been issued for walkers on the Moray coastline to take care amid erosion fears.
A child brought a blade into a Moray primary school, it has emerged.
Moray Council will look to more strictly legislate all forms of "sexual entertainment" by introducing a new licensing system for future business ventures.
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.
Extra patrols have been organised by police after three women were approached by men while walking alone in a Moray village.
A bowling club has become the unlikely home for a post office in a Moray village.
An model aeroplane group in Moray is concerned they could be forced to give up their hobby or face hefty bills after being caught up in a crackdown on drones.
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.
The chairman of Moray Council's audit and scrutiny committee has stepped down, citing health reasons.
Moray Council’s former dredger, which was sold for scrap seven years ago, still operating while its replacement sits idle
The commissioning of Moray Council’s beleaguered dredger has been questioned after it emerged its predecessor is still operating – seven years after being sold for scrap.
Moray Council’s SNP administration urged to heap more pressure on Scottish Government for better funding deal
Moray Council’s SNP administration has been urged to heap more pressure on the Scottish Government to get a better funding deal for the region.
Moray Council has voted to continue to back Elgin's business improvement district, despite questions raised over its effectiveness.
An eyesore building in a Moray town centre has been approved for demolition for the second time after the initial proposals were blocked by the Scottish Government.
Moray Council’s SNP administration is being pressed to write to the Scottish Government to warn of the “unprecedented strain” on services expected to be made by “devastating” cuts.
Volunteers at a north-east visitor attraction dedicated to aviation heritage are preparing to unveil another chapter of history.
A Moray councillor has called for answers about the usefulness of the controversial dredger owned and operated by the local authority.
A contentious scheme to dual an important road in Moray, via Fochabers, has divided opinion among community leaders.
Information boards to celebrate more than 300 years of fishing heritage at a Moray tourist attraction have been unveiled.
The final decision on a major upgrade to Moray’s busiest road will be unveiled early next month.
Auditors have warned the next six months are “critical” for Moray Council in its struggle to stave off bankruptcy.
Opposition councillors in Moray are pressing the authority to consider ways of scrapping controversial tests for P1 pupils.
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.
School pupils in Moray have been given their first look inside their new £2million extension.
Conservative councillors have been accused of throwing their council administration colleagues “under the bus” amid a falling-out over job adverts.
A Moray councillor is demanding action to crackdown on motorists speeding through the region’s motorists.
Conservative councillors in Moray have threatened to quit the council’s ruling alliance in a row over job adverts.
New pictures have revealed the classrooms Fochabers primary school pupils will be walking into when construction is completed on a £2million extension.
A prostate cancer survivor has vowed to continue campaigning for routine tests for the disease, despite the body responsible for screening ruling out the measure.
A lifeline meals service for pensioners and the disabled has been withdrawn from the north of Scotland after the charity behind it decided not to renew the contract.
The demolition of a Moray eyesore to redevelop it as flats to attract workers to the region has been approved only months after the Scottish Government threw them out.