A busy Moray town centre car park will close for three days next week.
Leisure facilities and community centres across Moray reopen today.
Swimming pools, gyms and community centres across Moray will reopen next week.
Shock figures have confirmed that Highland and Moray have by far the highest proportion of schools in "poor" condition in Scotland.
Coronavirus safety concerns have been raised after it emerged that six north-east schools are packed to the point of being over-capacity.
A Lossiemouth school has been closed to primary one pupils after a youngster tested positive for Covid-19.
A member of the Moray Council SNP administration has resigned.
A competition has been launched to name a new north-east nursery.
Moray Council has been warned it must urgently improve services.
A north-east MP has raised concerns over a decision not to reopen a flat designed to care for adults with learning disabilities.
A £100 million deal for Moray has been hailed as "ambitious and exciting" by the region's MP.
A growth deal for Moray has been agreed with up to £100 million of investment in the region over the next 10 to 15 years.
Ministers from the UK and Scottish Governments have signed off on a multi-million-pound investment for Moray.
Grass pitches, pavilions and astroturf will be open to the public again across Moray next week.
A north-east distillery has donated 1,200 litres of hand sanitisers to schools.
A north-east council will operate an order and collect only service for its libraries when they initially reopen.
A north-east council is to provide a £30,000 cash boost to support outdoor learning.
A north-east council has issued a reminder for licensed premises to pay their annual fees.
A north-east council will end its emergency childcare hubs next week.
A local north-east authority has announced it will resume parking charges next month.
A north-east council is working on options to reopen some of its public toilets in time for the hospitality sector restarting.
A north-east council has asked keyworkers in the area about childcare needs over the coming summer period in order to assess demand for hubs.
Dozens of road maintenance workers in Moray have retrained as a reserve team for bin crews.
Plans to site a food truck near a north-east rifle club have been knocked back.
Barriers preventing public access to the bridge have been repeatedly vandalised, and with warmer weather attracting more to the beach there are fears that more pedestrians will attempt to use the crossing.
Concerns have been raised that hundreds of families in Moray could be missing out on free school meals during the coronavirus lockdown.
Plans have been lodged to convert a shop storage area into a number of flats.
Planning permission is being sought to officially convert a former residential house into a visitor reception area for a Moray distillery.
A survey asking north-east residents and businesses their opinion on electric vehicles closes this week.
A new scheme has secured funding to create a support network for forces children.