A controversial logo for a new public toilet initiative in Moray will be re-examined next year after the current one sparked a flurry of complaints.
A protest was held outside Moray Council by union bosses on the day councillors met to discuss budget cut proposals that could lead to job losses.
A Moray town’s historic links to the sea have been celebrated in the logo chosen for the region’s newest nursery.
Moray Council has delayed making a decision about some of its most controversial budget cut proposals until the New Year.
Moray's former council leader has urged his fellow councillors to take action as soon as possible to help solve the problem of the region's deteriorating school estate.
Plans to transform a neglected piece of ground in a Moray town into an artificial sports pitch have won the backing of a community group.
Moray Council's leisure estate will be reviewed once again in an effort to find cost savings, but local swimming pools are likely to be protected.
The leader of Moray Council says the fight is continuing to ensure it gets a better funding deal from the Scottish Government.
Extra street patrols will be run by emergency services and first aid groups in Moray to help keep festive revellers safe.
Moray Council has signed a pledge to commit to further driving down the amount of waste ending up in landfill.
Moray Council is being urged to commit to a major review of its leisure estate in an effort to cut costs.
Moray Council has been warned to plough more investment into schools to stop buildings deteriorating.
Moray councillors have demanded a report to determine whether the local authority's dredger is a “white elephant” amid reports it has not moved for at least three months.
The sale of a Moray town hall to a private developer has been backed by both the local authority and the community but the final decision will be made by a court.
Free parking in Elgin town centre will return at the weekend for the festive period.
A code word has been launched by police in Moray in an attempt to keep revellers safe during the festive period.
Calls have been made to move a taxi rank in a Moray town centre to free up spaces for disabled motorists.
Repairs to a Moray town centre shop that was on the brink of collapse are now expected to continue until summer 2020.
An initiative appealing to Moray business owners to allow their toilets to be used by members of the public will be launched next year.
A Moray secondary school is producing its first musical since moving to its new campus six years ago - after staff were stunned at the talent of pupils.
Businesses across Moray could be recruited as part of a council scheme that would allow members of the public to use the toilets on their premises.
Free festive parking in a Moray town centre is due to return next week in an effort to increase footfall in the run-up to Christmas.
Ambitious plans to convert a historic ruin on a Moray beach into a holiday park have been met with a mixed response from locals.
Moray could be put forward for a new pilot scheme in Scotland which would establish negotiated sites for travellers.
Senior opposition MSPs at Holyrood will be lobbied this week in an attempt to get a fairer funding deal for Moray.
Moray Council pledged to reduce the amount of single-use plastic it throws away in order to encourage others to protect the region’s coastline.
Local authority members have backed proposals to have Moray Council accredited as a living wage employer.
The future is looking bright for a Lossiemouth park after a community group was given the go-ahead to lease the site from Moray Council yesterday through a community asset transfer.
Fresh calls have been made to merge schools in Moray - after it emerged some neighbouring buildings are running half empty.
The leader of Moray Council has hit out at the region's MP for what he has called "outrageously false claims" that the authority sourced just 16 percent of its food for school meals from Scotland.
Pupils from a Moray secondary school have won a national planning award for their involvement in Moray's Local Development Plan.
Trauma teddies that will be used to comfort young victims or witnesses of crime have been knitted by Moray Council staff.