A spate of wildfires along the Moray coast has led to the amount of deliberate blazes in the region hitting a five-year high.
Nurseries in Moray have secured cash boosts to prepare for an expected surge in demand next year.
A controversial housing development in Moray is poised to be approved despite dozens of objections.
A bridge closure in Moray could have a devastating effect on a remote community battered by heavy rain.
The Scottish Government has been urged to subsidise a bus route in Moray to allay concerns its axing could have a devastating impact on the health of the older population.
Moray Council reaches out to commercial firms to run leisure services to end doubts about future once and for all
Moray Council has reached out to commercial operators in an attempt to settle the long-term future of its under-pressure libraries and swimming pools.
Victory could soon be declared in the long-running battle against crippling staff shortages in schools across the north and north-east, it can be revealed.
Crisis funding from the Scottish Government has been activated for Moray as the region battles to recover from damage caused by torrential rain.
Opposition councillors in Moray have voiced concerns about delays in preparing a review to overhaul the region’s leisure services.
A rural road in Moray could be shut until the end of the month after heavy rain caused a devastating landslip.
More than 80 sites for communities to grow their own food have been identified in Moray.
Hopes have been raised that Moray Council’s pleas for a better funding allocation from the Scottish Government may finally be winning over opponents.
A former teacher in Moray fears an anxious race against time to install traffic lights at a busy junction used by school pupils.
A stricken community hopes to find out within days if it will receive funding from the Scottish Government to restore access to its busiest beach.
Torrential rain caused flash flooding and landslips across Moray amid warnings that the worst may still be to come.
More than 2,000 students across Moray received their exam results yesterday to end an anxious wait for pupils and teachers.
A sex offender has admitted running up a bill of more than £4,000 on a council mobile phone by calling premium-rate sex chat lines.
A war memorial in Moray is in the running to be named as one of the best kept in Scotland.
Warnings Moray Council must reduce ‘unsustainable’ property portfolio as it faces £151million repairs bill
Moray Council has been urged to reduce or revamp its vast property portfolio after it emerged it is facing an unaffordable £151million bill just to get its buildings back to a "satisfactory" standard.
Concerns have been raised about the negative impact of a popular bus service being axed in Moray’s largest town.
A metal sculpture of herring merged into the shape of a deer has been chosen to form a gateway entrance to Buckie.
A consultation has been launched about the possibility of removing 14 public payphones in Moray.
A national campaign group has urged Moray's libraries to be protected as the council prepares for another round of budget cuts.
Moray-based Army troops have offered their support to ensure Lossiemouth’s East Beach bridge can reopen as soon as possible.
Sun-seekers trapped by tide rescued from Moray beach just 24 hours after bridge is closed due to safety concerns
An emergency operation was launched yesterday after dozens of sun-seekers became trapped by the rising tide after a popular bridge in Moray was sealed off on safety grounds.
Moray Council has made the decision to close the East Beach footbridge in Lossiemouth until it has been repaired.
Council engineers have sealed off the bridge to Moray's busiest beach after increased use during the recent sunny weather left it unsafe.
Moray Council has released aerial footage showing progress on the construct of a replacement for Lossiemouth High School.
Seven school pupils have completed internships with Moray Council to help them realise their ambitions.
Moray Council should be loaning their grass-cutting equipment to local community groups who are taking it upon themselves to maintain public areas, according to a local MP.
Schools in Moray to be listed on First World War time capsule to be opened on 200th anniversary of conflict
The names of three Moray schools will be recorded on a time capsule, celebrating their commemorations to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A Moray councillor who was given less than two years to live after being diagnosed with a critical heart condition says he “owes his life” to the NHS.