A scheme to boost employment figures in Moray and stop the drain of young talent has been launched.
Moray businesses are being urged to sign up for a new scheme that will boost the number of toilets available to the public.
Tourism businesses in Moray are to be balloted about whether they would be willing to pay a levy to support an agency dedicated to promoting the region.
Moray Council’s dredger will soon begin to visit the region’s smaller harbours after returning to operation in Buckie.
A multi-million-pound energy saving project run by Moray Council is currently projected to be about £1million under budget.
Moray Council has pledged to continue to allow access to a popular harbour pier once repairs have been completed.
Members of the public have been getting involved in a heritage campaign aimed at promoting the region's hidden stories.
The first homes in a massive housing development in Moray have been completed.
Another revamp of a notorious junction in Elgin will be done “within weeks” amid complaints the current layout is confusing and increasing the risk of accidents.
Fears have been raised that Moray’s crumbling bridges could be left to deteriorate further without a massive funding boost.
A giant steel frame is being lifted into place on the site of the new and expanded Lossiemouth High as work progresses ahead of schedule.
Moray's tourism board has unveiled plans to secure its future and keep visitors coming to the region.
Campaigners looking to breathe new life into a historic Moray building have edged closer to their dream after applying to take over the building.
A £500,000 revamp of the gym at Moray's premier sports facility could help the leisure estate in the region become "more sustainable" in the future, it was claimed yesterday.
Moray Council is backing a national litter-picking campaign to help solve the problems thrown-away rubbish is causing in the region.
The chairman of Moray Council's audit and scrutiny committee has stepped down, citing health reasons.
Moray Council has started its search to find a potential developer for the £15.5 million Elgin regeneration project.
Portknockie landslip information centre established as £1.7 million works undertaken to protect village
A former harbour office has been repurposed as an information centre as work on one of Moray's biggest landslip projects moves ahead.
Moray Council has agreed to hire a consultant to review its management structure as part of its project to “modernise” – despite concerns it could be too expensive.
Aberdeen City Council has been accused of cashing-in on tragedy after it increased burial fees despite being the only authority to make £1million a year in profit from funerals.
Sports trust in Moray believes council’s investigations to sell land will strengthen their case to get it for free
Campaigners fighting to transform a barren stretch of ground into an artificial sports pitch believe a consultation to examine selling the land commercially will only enhance their case to get it for free.
Specialist consultants could be hired to overhaul Moray Council's senior management structure.
Moray Council’s beleaguered dredger has returned to operation after being tied up at a harbour for six months.
Moray Council has become the latest local authority in Scotland to pledge to teach school pupils CPR in the classroom.
School pupil in Moray on track to land dream job after being named UK’s engineering student of the year
A Moray school pupil has been celebrated nationally after being named the UK’s engineering student of the year.
The cost of repairing and refurbishing one of Moray’s busiest river crossings have soared to £1.8million.
Education in Moray has been branded "chronic" as concerns were once again raised about the region's secondary schools.
Smaller schools in Speyside that have been labelled "unsustainable" due to a lack of pupils attending them still have a vital role to play in Moray.
Scores of new council homes will be built in Elgin as part of the efforts to keep pace with the town’s growing population.
Efforts to encourage council house tenants in Moray to downsize are finally paying off after the budget for a cash incentive scheme was fully spent.
A Moray sports charity hoping to transform a neglected piece of land into a multi-use sports pitch has had its initial bid to lease the ground recommended for rejection by council officials.
Doubts have been raised about the future of three Moray primary schools after they were described as "unsustainable" by the council's education department.