More than 80 sites for communities to grow their own food have been identified in Moray.
Moray-based Army troops have offered their support to ensure Lossiemouth’s East Beach bridge can reopen as soon as possible.
Moray Council has set the aim of becoming carbon neutral by 2030 as it yesterday joined global efforts to halt climate change.
The rising tide of food poverty in Moray is stretching support services to breaking point, shocking new figures reveal.
A care cash crisis in Moray has been eased after a multi-million-pound budget black hole has been closed in the space of a year.
Moray health officials have confirmed the closure of a hospital which has been out of commission for more than two months, due to staff shortage.
Calls for Moray to be put forward for Scottish pilot scheme to establish negotiated sites for travellers
Moray could be put forward for a new pilot scheme in Scotland which would establish negotiated sites for travellers.
Fresh calls for Moray school mergers after statistics reveal some are operating at less than half of capacity
Fresh calls have been made to merge schools in Moray - after it emerged some neighbouring buildings are running half empty.
Moray Council’s attempts to appoint its convener to the board of NHS Grampian were blocked at a meeting yesterday.
Services run by Health and Social Care Moray have already run more than £1million over budget in just three months.
An external consultancy hired by Moray Council to help with a savings drive has been criticised as a possible waste of much-needed money.
School pupils in Moray have been given their first look inside their new £2million extension.
Health and social care officials in Moray could resort to finding savings by “fortune” after being unable to close a multi-million-pound hole in the books.
The first act of Moray Council’s new SNP administration was to install Shona Morrison as the new convener – the first woman to hold the post.
Moray Council’s new administration has this morning been agreed by councillors.
A bid to grab power and bring stability to Moray Council was thwarted last night because its convener said members were too busy to discuss leadership options.
Conservative councillors have been accused of throwing their council administration colleagues “under the bus” amid a falling-out over job adverts.
This time last year, Moray Council’s SNP group was left crestfallen after losing party veteran Gordon McDonald as its representation in the chambers slipped from 11 members to nine.
Moray Council has approved more than £6million worth of cuts as protesters rallied outside.
Warnings have been issued that proposed budget cuts to education in Moray could be “counterproductive” to solving the region’s teacher recruitment crisis.
Opposition councillors have unveiled proposals to protect school staff in Moray from multi-million-pound budget cuts.
Cash-strapped Moray Council has been criticised for running a Facebook poll to finalise plans to save more than £6million.
Councillors have voted not to enter the debate over unfair delivery charges on goods sent to Moray, as it would be “a waste of time”.
Volunteers at a Moray food bank have revealed a huge increase in referrals since last year – and fear the worst may still be to come.
Public toilets in a Moray village have been closed until further notice after being repeatedly attacked by vandals.
Moray Council still does not have an administration - after talks to appoint a leader were deferred after just two minutes.
The battle for control of Moray Council remains at a stalemate, with its Conservative and SNP groups continuing partnership talks with Independent members.