A rainbow of pennies has been created by safety campaigners in Moray to improve routes to school.
Parents’ fears in Moray as pupils prepare to head to class with no school crossing patrollers for first time
Campaigners in Moray have issued safety warnings as pupils prepare to go back to class without school crossing patrollers for the first time.
Campaigners fighting to repair or replace Lossiemouth’s East Beach bridge have warned that donations alone will not fund the project.
Campaigners dedicated to maintaining public toilets in Moray have been left distraught after human waste has been repeatedly smeared inside following “disgusting” attacks in recent weeks.
Campaigners fighting to save a Moray swimming pool which has been threatened with the axe while still under construction have been "overwhelmed" by the response to their crusade.
The scale of budget cuts across Moray may mean that a £2.5million swimming pool that is already under construction may never get used.
Businesses in Moray to be asked to open up toilets for members of the public – just months after council shut loos
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.
A Moray community has vowed to fight proposals to close the final bank left in its town.
A Moray community believes it may have found the blueprint for combatting the public toilet closure programme instituted by the region’s cash-strapped council.
Fears have been raised that the peaceful solitude of a Moray cemetery could be shattered by a quarry expansion.
A coastal Moray town is braced against the dangers that the sea can pose now that lifesaving defibrillators have been installed by its two beaches.