Historical artefacts held in Moray Council’s vast museum collection could go under the hammer to raise money to keep the attraction running.
An MSP is calling on the Scottish Government to introduce a new levy to generate more than £300,000 for housing projects in Moray.
Hundreds of Moray school children have sampled what life is like supporting the country’s frontline air defence.
Fans of Moray’s most historic and scenic buildings will have a rare chance for a peek inside on “doors open day” at the weekend.
A Moray councillor racked up hundreds of pounds in unpaid council tax bills - at a time when the local authority is in a financial crisis.
Pupil support, classroom assistants and playground supervisors have been subjected to more than 300 attacks in the last year.
A group of Moray volunteers, who maintain a monument named after Admiral Lord Nelson, are planning to create a new glass viewing platform at the top of the structure.
A new £11.5million primary school in Moray’s biggest town has moved another step closer.
A Moray port is preparing to capitalise on a jobs boost following the award of a contract for a massive offshore wind farm.
Moray children have cut the ribbon to officially open a £4.6million refurbishment of their school.
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 former Moray councillor has denied possessing and distributing indecent photographs of children.
Lasers could be the latest weapon to be deployed in Moray in the war against menacing gulls.
Calls to investigate more publicly-funded buses in Moray after sole service nets ‘phenomenal profit’
Fresh calls have been made for publicly-funded bus routes to be rolled out across Moray to protect lifeline links after it emerged the only current service nets the council a “phenomenal” profit.
A rallying call has been issued for Moray residents to throw their weight behind an ambitious bid to attract funding to the region.
The makers of one of the world’s most revered single malt whiskies and a family-run bakery took the top honours at the Moray Chamber of Commerce (MCC) annual business awards last night.
A Moray firm’s vision for a £3.5million expansion has secured further backing.
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.
A primary school was locked down yesterday following reports of a gunman in the area.
Warning shots have been fired over calls to introduce by-laws to manage wildfowling at a Moray nature reserve.
School buildings that have lain dormant in Moray for nearly 20 years could be bulldozed to make way for new homes.
A new initiative could be set up in Moray to create stronger links between the region’s tourism businesses.
Builder Morgan Sindall has been appointed by Moray Council to carry out a £2million extension and refurbishment project at Milne’s Primary School in Fochabers.
Senior councillors have insisted a review that classed four Moray primary schools as “unsustainable” has nothing to do with possible closures.
Changing the secondary school timetable in Moray could cost families hundreds of pounds extra a week for childcare, it has been revealed.
Increased incentives, designed to persuade council house tenants in Moray to downsize, have failed to boost housing stock.
Campaigners have called for a new railway bridge in the west of Elgin as the town braces itself for overnight closures on a “vital” route.
An initiative has been launched in Speyside to determine whether motorists should slow down in residential streets.
New figures have revealed a continuing rise in domestic abuse in Moray during the past five years.
Talks have been held in a desperate attempt to end a recruitment crisis blighting Moray Council and the NHS.
A Moray businessman is preparing for his firm’s “D-Day” as its vision of expanding on a new site is due to be decided.