A 10-year vision has been published to help drive forward improvements in a Moray community and increase career prospects and boost lifelong skills.
More than 2,000 students across Moray received their exam results yesterday to end an anxious wait for pupils and teachers.
Demands have been made to have a “plan B” for when Moray Council’s beleaguered dredger is not capable of going to sea.
Moray Council has been urged to consider building more affordable housing in rural areas to ensure towns do not become too congested.
Designs to reflect the seafaring heritage of a Moray town in a “gateway” to the community have gone on display for the first time.
Initiatives run by Moray Council to ensure sanitary products are available for free in schools have been praised for reducing period poverty.
More than £3million will be invested in schools in Moray during the summer holidays to fund "essential" repairs.
Moray Council’s beleaguered dredger has returned to operation after being tied up at a harbour for six months.
Doubts have been raised about the future of three Moray primary schools after they were described as "unsustainable" by the council's education department.
Construction has finally begun on a new primary school in Moray more than six months after it was due to hold its first classes.
Summit talks between opposition councillors are due to take place next week to try and plot the recovery of Moray’s school system.
Hundreds of school pupils in Moray were sent home early yesterday after a sickness epidemic spread through staff.
A new scheme which aims to attract more foster carers is to be introduced in Moray.
Education officers have pledged to review a controversial 85% increase to the cost of music lessons at Moray schools.
Construction of Moray's new secondary school is well underway and progressing ahead of its new schedule, though it is early days for the £42 million project.
Calls have been made for an investigation into how cash-strapped Moray Council has spent nearly £10,000 at a mothballed primary school.
A course is being launched in the north of Scotland specifically aimed at encouraging men to consider a career in childcare.
A fresh recruitment drive for teachers has been launched in Moray in order to drive down the amount of vacancies in the region.
The Fisherman’s Hall in Buckie is a success story the region can be proud of, its new operators said yesterday as the town played host to a government minister.
Moray’s newest secondary school has been hailed as a “template” for the rest of the country to follow.
Temporary huts at two Moray primary schools are poised to be demolished to make way for new nurseries.
A Moray primary school is sending home maths packs with children in an attempt to get parents more involved with their children’s learning.
Moray Council has thrown its doors open to the rest of the world in an attempt to drive down teaching vacancies in the region.
Teacher vacancies in Moray have almost halved during the last year with a “positive message” about the region praised for making the difference.
A group of Moray campaigners have taken possession of the keys for their treasured community hall and have vowed to turn around its fortunes.
Months of hard work has paid off for a Moray community group as members prepare to take the keys to a beloved hall.
Three Moray parents have reached their fundraising goal to bring a cherished play park in their community back to life.
Campaigners who fought long and hard to preserve a treasured community hall in a Moray town have celebrated the start of a new era.
Moray Council’s new SNP administration has claimed a decisive victory in reversing a controversial decision to axe school crossing patrollers taken by the authority’s previous leadership.
Campaigners fighting to preserve a treasured community hall in Moray are poised to sign a lease to preserve its future.
Fears have been raised that thousands of Moray businesses are missing out on massive windfalls due to a lack of support to help them bid for public contracts.
Children across Moray are being put in danger by “entirely avoidable” road safety cuts, according to opposition councillors.