Moray villagers have been told to wait at least four years for a bridge to be repaired as the council can not afford the £120,000 cost of the work.
A Central belt based company has been appointed to develop final proposals for a housing development in Moray.
Scottish Government planning officials have been accused of “riding roughshod” over democracy after two planning decisions in Moray were overturned in two days.
Moray communities blighted with concerns about speeding traffic are poised to be given the chance to fund their own warning signs.
A business park in Moray could be poised to expand with firms continuing to inquire about moving in - despite it being full.
Warnings road maintenance investment in Moray will need to quadruple amid fears surfaces may go ‘off cliff edge’
Warnings have been issued that Moray Council will have to at least quadruple spending on road maintenance over the next five years amid fears surfaces may go “off a cliff edge”.
One of a Moray town’s remaining links to its shipbuilding past is poised to be bulldozed amid concerns it has become unsafe.
Volunteers are preparing to pull together to make sure Moray's grassy areas look their best, after the council slashed cutting to save cash.
An Aberlour charity is appealing for the community to rally behind their vision for a re-vamped and inclusive play park by supporting their bid to take on land from Moray Council.
Campaigners who saved a Moray community centre from closure are now bidding to own the venue.
A Moray community has warned it will likely be the summer before a contract is awarded to replace a vital footbridge in the town.
Standing on the sidelines of pitches often coated in shards of broken glass, dog mess and even needles that have to be cleaned before their children could play football, Dave Allen and fellow exasperated parents decided action had to be taken.
Waterproofing repairs that are part of a £1.8million project on a Moray bridge will have to be redone after previous work was found to be faulty.
Works to install a new pedestrian crossing at a notorious Moray junction have been delayed once again.
The Freedom of Moray has been conveyed upon Lord Lieutenant Grenville Johnston ahead of his approaching retirement.
Pupils at primary and secondary schools in Moray were sent home today after a fault caused the buildings to lose power.
Warnings benefits claimants in Moray may need to be prioritised to ‘compelling’ cases amid funding shortfall
Warnings have been issued that benefit payouts from a Moray fund may soon have to be restricted to “compelling” cases amid fears of a shortfall.
Garden bin charges and harbour fees to go up at Moray Council despite fears increase could be too much
Garden waste bin permits, harbour fees and burial costs are all due to increase in price as Moray Council battles to close a budget gap.
Dozens of locations across Moray have signed up as part of a comfort scheme launched following the closure of public toilets across the region.
Moray Council may increase charges for services – but music tuition and school meals costs to be frozen
The cost of council services in Moray is to increase in an effort to generate an additional £400,000 a year.
Residents should be “furious” that councils are being forced to spend tens of thousands of pounds cleaning up racist and xenophobic graffiti, a pressure group has said.
Postage bills for councils across the North and North East have dramatically dropped inthe past five years due to a shift to online working
Moray Council are being called upon by a local MP to upgrade the Dallas to Knockando road as a priority for gritting.
Hopes have been raised that a new nursery due to open in a Moray town will boost capacity to meet demand in the area.
Calls have been made for Moray Council’s dredger to focus on its own harbours following trips outside the region for commercial contracts.
Councils in the north and north-east are among the most regular users of controversial powers to carry out covert operations, it has emerged.
A project to build a new secondary school in Moray is currently three weeks ahead of schedule.
Crisis funding activated by Moray Council to clear up the damage caused by torrential downpours during the summer has not been needed.
An appeal to overturn planning permission for 11 homes in a Moray town has been thrown out.
Fears surge in income may not be enough to stop Moray leisure facilities coming under threat once more
A surge in membership of leisure services in Moray may help to offer pools and centres a respite from the threat of closure, but there have been warnings more work must be done.
More than 1,000 supporters have backed a petition to keep a closure-threatened Moray attraction open.
The 34th Burghead Boxing Day swim went ahead today, defying Moray Council's attempts to impose a charge of £100 on those staging the popular event.