More than 2,500 people have signed a petition to save a Buckie recycling centre earmarked for closure in Moray Council's budget.
Moray Council has ruled out introducing the controversial workplace parking levy.
Moray locals interested in teaching were given the chance to find out how to get involved in the profession at a showcase event yesterday.
Stark warning issued after Moray councillors vote to continue ‘sacrificing’ quality of roads to save cash
A warning has been issued about the state of Moray roads, as local councillors paved the way for them to plummet in standard.
Moray Council has voted to continue to back Elgin's business improvement district, despite questions raised over its effectiveness.
Moray has long boasted some of Scotland's best kept roads but there are fears it may soon surrender that status.
A talented jazz musician who first developed his talent at school in Moray has urged the authority to rethink plans to increase tuition fees.
Moray residents continue to be mired in confusion over their bin collections since the move to an online calendar, MP Douglas Ross has said.
A leading charity shop membership body has called on Moray Council to reverse its decision to withdraw the business rate aid it has offered stores.
A new scheme which aims to attract more foster carers is to be introduced in Moray.
Education officers have pledged to review a controversial 85% increase to the cost of music lessons at Moray schools.
Fears have been raised that reading, writing and numeracy standards in Moray classrooms lagging behind national levels could put off teachers wanting to move to the area.
People power has saved two swimming pools in Moray from closure.
A week-long campaign will be run in Moray to encourage people considering a career in teaching to get the right qualifications.
A project to build a new primary school in Moray is now back on track after a major contractor fell into administration.
More than £20,000 of money which could have been used by community groups in a Moray town has instead been put towards a school project.
Financial support for charity shops across Moray has been pulled amid the council’s desperate efforts to balance the books.
Campaigners in Moray have suggested that parents could pay to retain school crossing patrollers to get pupils to class.
A fresh blow has been dealt to a troubled project to build a new school in Moray.
Moray Leisure Centre has thrown its weight behind the council’s drive to save swimming pools in the region.
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.
The first apprentices hired as part of a recruitment drive to deliver more childcare in Moray have taken up their posts.
Fears have been raised that an 85% rise in music tuition fees in Moray may worsen the council’s budget position - an even sound the death knell for some cultural services.
More than £8million is due to be invested in affordable housing across Moray this year to tackle demand.
A national library organisation has urged Moray Council to rethink plans to close down six libraries.
It will greet locals and visitors to the coastal town for many years to come.
A huge outpouring of support from Moray campaigners could be about to save leisure services in the region.
Groups that saved town halls across Moray from closure last year have vowed to reach out more to communities in order to thrive.
Two Moray community councils have teamed up to save a dump earmarked for closure by the local authority.
An inspirational music teacher has quit in protest at a huge rise in lesson fees.
Hundreds of pupils across Moray have been exposed to the region’s key industries in an effort to keep them in the region after they leave school.
A £2 million crowdfunding campaign has been launched to help restore an iconic Moray bridge.