The army's support in helping a Moray community rebuild a popular footbridge has been ruled out at a taskforce meeting.
Campaigners dedicated to maintaining public toilets in Moray have been left distraught after human waste has been repeatedly smeared inside following “disgusting” attacks in recent weeks.
The highlight of Lossiemouth's social calendar, the sixth annual Seafest, concluded yesterday with a special outdoor event.
Campaigners in Moray retain ‘glimmer of hope’ banking may return to town as last branch shuts its doors
Campaigners in Moray who have been fighting to keep the last bank in their community believe their cause still has a “glimmer of hope”.
Huge anonymous donation in Moray community ensures grass will continue to be cut in park for rest of summer
A Moray community has been given a huge cash boost by an anonymous donor to ensure the town can continue to look its best during the summer season.
Lossiemouth community write letters to prospective banks in last desperate attempt to attract one to the area
A Lossiemouth community has penned a letter to banks throughout the country in a desperate bid to attract one to the area.
Campaigners in Moray have suggested that parents could pay to retain school crossing patrollers to get pupils to class.
A huge outpouring of support from Moray campaigners could be about to save leisure services in the region.
Traffic lights could be introduced at a notorious junction in Moray in attempt to improve safety at a busy school crossing.
A Moray community believes it may have found the blueprint for combatting the public toilet closure programme instituted by the region’s cash-strapped council.
One of a Moray town’s most favourite sons could soon have a new secondary school named after him.
A woman had to be hauled out of sinking sand by a rope after getting stuck knee-deep in mud at a popular Moray walking spot.
Mindless vandals have caused almost £75,000 worth of damage at schools across Moray within the past four years.
A Moray councillor fears a coastal community which has flooded three times in five years is being left at risk of further devastation – because it is not classed as “vulnerable”.
The first images of Moray’s next secondary school have been revealed.
A new pedestrian crossing will be installed near two Moray schools after fears were raised about road safety.
An energy company has lodged proposals to transform an abandoned Moray airfield into a massive renewable power generator.
Pupils at a Moray school will be among the first people offered a look at designs for a replacement building.
Moray councillors are being urged to back a £2million package of measures to safeguard vulnerable spots from flooding.
An unpopular road block at Lossiemouth harbour was vandalised at the weekend.