Campaigners who fought for a replacement for the dilapidated previous Elgin High School say they have had their hopes fulfilled by the new buildings.
Thousands of litter louts in Aberdeen have been caught in the act - but just a handful of fines have been issued in neighbouring authorities.
Moray’s newest secondary school has been hailed as a “template” for the rest of the country to follow.
Moray Council has been accused of breaching the privacy of employees after personal details about a worker were left open for her colleagues to see on a shared computer system.
A community will have equipment reinstalled at a playpark after it was removed by the council due to reports of antisocial behaviour disturbing residents.
Schools across Scotland have been urged to train pupils how to use CPR after a new survey revealed that over a quarter of people would not feel confident to step in and save a life.
Cash-strapped Moray Council held the first of its budget public consultation meetings in Aberlour yesterday, with visitors expressing fears over tourism and grounds maintenance.
A popular Moray fireworks event has been cancelled following a dispute between the organisers and licensing bosses.
A Moray petrol station has been granted a round-the-clock licence to sell food despite passionate objections from neighbours.
Temporary huts at two Moray primary schools are poised to be demolished to make way for new nurseries.
Calls have been made for local residents to get the chance to vote on upcoming Moray Council budget cuts.
Moray Leisure Centre is joining a new scheme as it attempts to boost falling visitor numbers.
New figures have revealed that fewer people have been killed or injured in road accidents across the north and north-east of Scotland.
Two rival plans proposed to breathe new life into a historical Moray building could both be successful.
A new social housing development has been welcomed by the leader of Moray Council more than a year after it was rejected by the local authority on environmental grounds.
The future of a derelict Moray attraction could be decided within months as two proposals go head-to-head.
A £200 million bid from Moray to deliver an economic boom to the region is being prioritised by the UK Government due to its contribution to the country’s economy.
Doubts have been raised by Moray Council about the condition of a new road built for school construction traffic.
Nicola Sturgeon has signalled that the Scottish Government could perform a U-turn and grant councils the power to levy a “tourist tax”.
Nearly 140 jobs are at risk after Moray Council revealed its plans to stave off potential bankruptcy.
Moray Council has agreed to draw up a long-term vision of what the school estate will look like in the region over the next two decades.
A senior Moray teacher believes the number of vacancies advertised for the region’s schools is masking the true scale of the recruitment crisis.
Auditors have warned the next six months are “critical” for Moray Council in its struggle to stave off bankruptcy.
Radical proposals to tackle homelessness in Moray were discussed yesterday as the council strives to implement a Scottish Government policy.
Moray Council has been urged to take action to repair its crumbling schools - or risk losing out on £30million of funding.
Concerns have been raised after new figures exposed a “vast disparity” in the number of classroom assistants in schools across Scotland.
Moray Council’s SNP administration has been challenged to use an alleged budget windfall to stave off cuts in forthcoming savings talks.
North and north-east teachers are being attacked on a daily basis with weapons including BB guns, saws and classroom furniture.
Opposition councillors in Moray are pressing the authority to consider ways of scrapping controversial tests for P1 pupils.
A Moray primary school is sending home maths packs with children in an attempt to get parents more involved with their children’s learning.
Shock figures show pupils with additional support needs are ‘real victims’ of Moray’s teacher recruitment crisis
Shock figures have revealed that nearly two years of specialist teaching for youngsters who need extra support have been lost in Moray in the last year.
Moray Council’s governing administration has backed a tourism tax for the region in an attempt to bolster investment in under-pressure services.