Moray communities blighted with concerns about speeding traffic are poised to be given the chance to fund their own warning signs.
Two more primary schools deemed ‘unsustainable’ by Moray Council amid mounting repair bills and falling rolls
Moray Council has classed two more primary schools as “unsustainable” to bring the total to nine across the region – meaning 20% of the estate now faces an uncertain future.
First wave of Moray Council budget cuts to be tabled to try and plug expected £9.5million funding gap
The first wave of Moray Council's cuts to plug an expected £9.5million budget black hole next year have been tabled amid warnings a “radical change in thinking” is needed.
Bus services are poised to return to a Moray community more than two years after a commercial operator pulled out.
Supermarket bosses have been given permission to open a new store in Moray – despite council planners admitting it could hit town centre firms.
Grass cutting reinstatement rejected by Moray Council amid fears more areas could be left uncut in future
Moray Council has ruled out reversing controversial grass cutting reductions amid fears financial pressures could get even tougher.
Senior Moray Council officer believes status quo of region’s crumbling school estate ‘cannot prevail’
A senior officer at Moray Council believes the status quo of the region’s crumbling school estate “cannot prevail”.
Shock new figures have prompted calls for Moray Council to rethink how it manages it crumbling school buildings.
Surveying work has been carried out to appraise how much it would cost to repair an historic landmark in a Moray town.
A former teacher in Moray fears an anxious race against time to install traffic lights at a busy junction used by school pupils.
Warning Moray communities may be asked to take on even more as council faces up to further £19million of budget cuts
Moray Council must find another £20million of cuts before 2021 - with communities warned they will have to take on even more responsibilities.
Moray Council’s chief executive has warned that “bold and courageous” decisions will need to be taken if the authority is to stave off bankruptcy.
Health and safety statistics collected by Moray Council have revealed a huge rise in the number of violent incidents involving school staff.
Education authorities in Moray have been urged not to use statistics as a “stick to beat staff over the head with” when judging the success of pupils.
Moray Council will spend up to £43,000 recruiting a new business support worker to deal with a growing amount of complaints within the education and social care department.
A Speyside councillor who has attended just four meetings in the last year while picking up his full £16,900 salary insists he is still fulfilling his elected role.
High-level talks have been held within Moray Council in an effort to save the region's failing school system.
A Highland League football club in Moray has won its bid for public cash despite concerns it has received too much already.
Inspectors could be poised to overhaul Moray Council’s education department after improvement plan is thrown out
Education Scotland is poised to send in a team of inspectors after Moray Council threw out a plan to tackle "significant" concerns about the education system.
Financial support for charity shops across Moray has been pulled amid the council’s desperate efforts to balance the books.
Moray Council’s SNP administration is being pressed to write to the Scottish Government to warn of the “unprecedented strain” on services expected to be made by “devastating” cuts.
A motorist was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following a horror five-vehicle crash last night.
Fears of bankruptcy surface as Moray Council may have to admit defeat in setting a balanced budget with £8m cuts still to find
Fears have been raised that Scottish Government officials could be drafted in to tackle Moray Council's looming budget crisis.
Moray's former council leader has urged his fellow councillors to take action as soon as possible to help solve the problem of the region's deteriorating school estate.
Moray Council has been warned to plough more investment into schools to stop buildings deteriorating.
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.
Approval to construct an electrical substation to the south of Keith for the Moray West Wind Farm was granted yesterday.
Warnings have been issued that there could be a surge of pothole claims in Moray if the council continues to slash its road budget.
Financial chiefs have warned Moray Council that their plans to keep just £5million in reserves for emergencies will only cover half the annual “risks”.
A cash pot of more than £1.6million is being prepared to prevent buildings in a Moray town centre crumbling to a ruin.
A Moray petrol station has been granted a round-the-clock licence to sell food despite passionate objections from neighbours.
Doubts have been raised by Moray Council about the condition of a new road built for school construction traffic.