Concerns have been raised that a 5% increase to charges of all Moray Council services could be a “hard sell”.
Fears that drains in Moray are unable to cope with storm surges – even if they are cleared regularly
Flash flooding in Moray’s biggest town has sparked concerns the local drainage system is unable to cope with downpours – even if they are cleaned regularly.
Concerns have been raised about the negative impact of a popular bus service being axed in Moray’s largest town.
Health and safety statistics collected by Moray Council have revealed a huge rise in the number of violent incidents involving school staff.
Sports trust in Moray believes council’s investigations to sell land will strengthen their case to get it for free
Campaigners fighting to transform a barren stretch of ground into an artificial sports pitch believe a consultation to examine selling the land commercially will only enhance their case to get it for free.
Education in Moray has been branded "chronic" as concerns were once again raised about the region's secondary schools.
Fears have been raised that reading, writing and numeracy standards in Moray classrooms lagging behind national levels could put off teachers wanting to move to the area.
Financial chiefs have warned Moray Council that their plans to keep just £5million in reserves for emergencies will only cover half the annual “risks”.
Moray Council’s attempts to appoint its convener to the board of NHS Grampian were blocked at a meeting yesterday.
Moray Council has launched an investgation into what has gone wrong at the region’s flagship leisure centre.
A cash crisis in health and social care in Moray is looming with management facing a £4.6million budget black hole.
A special council meeting has been organised to debate the future of a secondary school project in Moray which has spiralling costs.
Councillors have slammed the brakes on proposals to introduce a 20mph speed limit across Moray’s towns and villages – because it would cost too much.
Council bosses responsible for building Moray’s next secondary school have insisted there is “no threat” to the project’s swimming pool.
Senior councillors have insisted a review that classed four Moray primary schools as “unsustainable” has nothing to do with possible closures.
Changing the secondary school timetable in Moray could cost families hundreds of pounds extra a week for childcare, it has been revealed.
A £30million transport strategy which aims to put an end to gridlock in Elgin was approved at a council meeting yesterday.
The approval of nearly 900 new homes in Elgin has been hailed as a catalyst for driving further investment in the town.
A former RAF airman has put himself forward for election to Moray Council again - after missing out by less than the margin of a single vote four years ago.