A new £10,000 fund has been launched in Moray to support projects designed to help the region’s children and young adults.
A funding boost on Speyside will drive forward electric car improvements in the area as well as an upgrade to a well-trodden tourist trail.
The relaxation of planning rules in Moray has led to warnings the region could be facing an influx of out-of-town developments.
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.
The chairwoman of a regeneration group yesterday hit out at council plans to remove play equipment from a beloved Moray park which was funded by the community.
It may have divided opinion when it first appeared in Elgin but the Dandy Lion is now being hailed as one of the drivers behind a resurgence of the town’s retail heart.
Improvements will be made to a notorious junction in a Moray town after councillors backed a package if works.
Traffic lights could be introduced at a notorious junction in Moray in attempt to improve safety at a busy school crossing.
Teacher vacancies in Moray have almost halved during the last year with a “positive message” about the region praised for making the difference.
Work to repair a busy Moray harbour has begun.
Extra support has been demanded for Moray businesses to help them tender for large public sector contracts.
Day centre for adults with learning disabilities in Moray to shut for two months due to staff shortages
A Moray day centre for adults with learning disabilities has been forced to close due to staff shortages.
An army of trainee teachers are poised to enter Moray’s classrooms next week as children return from the summer holidays.
Ousted members of the previous Moray Council administration have formed a new alliance that could see them hold the vital balance of power during crucial votes in the chamber.
Moray Council’s new leadership orders desks for their offices while considering £14million saving plans
Moray Council’s new SNP leadership has been criticised for spending hundreds of pounds on buying new furniture for administration offices.
Moray Council records £5.5million ‘efficiency savings’ but total is not enough to meet Scottish Government target
More than £5.5million has been trimmed from Moray Council’s budget over the last year in “efficiency savings”.
Struggling Moray families have been encouraged to apply for the newly enhanced school clothing grant given out by Moray Council.
A Moray community hoping to take control of their closure-hit toilets have admitted the running costs may be “unsustainable”.
Campaigners who fought to secure the future of Moray’s largest performance venue have been given the keys to the building.
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.
Teen, 17, charged over ‘destruction’ of Moray school which left council with repair bill of more than £10,000
A Moray secondary school has been trashed in a “mindless” vandalism spree.
The future of Moray’s largest performance venue has been settled for the next two years.
A group of Moray campaigners have taken possession of the keys for their treasured community hall and have vowed to turn around its fortunes.
A Moray MP has raised concerns about coach operators losing money due to an ongoing legal wrangle over school bus contracts.
Blow for campaigners fighting to reopen Elgin landmark on 15th anniversary of fire that led to its closure
Campaigners fighting to reopen the doors of a cherished Moray landmark have been dealt a fresh blow on the 15th anniversary of the fire that led to its closure.
Thousands of Moray residents are being offered free bottles of drinking water after concerns that those with private water supplies are running dry.
The group aiming to take over the running of one of Moray’s closure threatened halls is confident the lease can be signed at the start of next month.
Cash-strapped Moray Council is reducing annual costs by £3million through a successful project to transform the authority into a paperless organisation.
A new project has been launched to bring the hidden stories of towns and villages across Moray to a wider audience.
Months of hard work has paid off for a Moray community group as members prepare to take the keys to a beloved hall.
Parents of Moray schoolchildren have been reassured that there will be buses to take pupils to school, despite an ongoing dispute over transport contracts.
An electric car charging point on Speyside that was taken out of operation by vandals armed with Creme Eggs is now working again after months of disruption.