Conservative councillors in Moray have threatened to quit the council’s ruling alliance in a row over job adverts.
Moray Council has organised a series of events for residents to tell them where the budget-cutting axe should fall.
When George Alexander accepted the task of leading Moray Council through financially turbulent times, he felt like he had been handed a “poisoned chalice”.
Children across Moray are being put in danger by “entirely avoidable” road safety cuts, according to opposition councillors.
Concerns have been raised that young talent trained by Moray Council could be “poached” by the private sector firms paying bigger wages.
Moray Council awards £3.3m for classroom repairs – but questions remain about viability of school estate
Moray Council has been accused of papering over the cracks despite awarding a multi-million pound contract for school repairs.
Education bosses have pledged to learn from the “mistakes and naivety” that have delayed school builds and could cost Moray Council millions of pounds.
A development of new council homes in Moray’s biggest town has been completed amid projections the region’s population will soar.
Moray Council could be left without a director of education and social care for up to two years.
More than half of Moray’s public toilets will remain open following a backlash during budget consultations.
A eleventh-hour move has been made to delay a decision on the future of closure-threatened town halls across Moray.
Moray Council has approved more than £6million worth of cuts as protesters rallied outside.
Warnings have been issued that proposed budget cuts to education in Moray could be “counterproductive” to solving the region’s teacher recruitment crisis.
A group of Moray councillors, who could hold the balance of power in divisive budget proposals, has held talks with rival groups.
Moray Council’s administration has unveiled a draft budget to press ahead with more than £6million worth of cuts – despite its shortfall dropping by more than £4million.
Charity that helps Moray’s most vulnerable in financial strife fears it may have to close due to council cuts
A Moray group that acts as a safety net for vulnerable people who fall victim to financial pressures may have to close its doors – because of council cuts.
The Scottish Government and Cosla have been called on to intervene after allegations Moray Council is being run as an “undemocratic dictatorship”.
Mindless vandals have caused almost £75,000 worth of damage at schools across Moray within the past four years.
Moray Council is targeting the summer to come to an agreement with the Scottish and UK governments over the region’s city deal funding bid.
A war of words has erupted over Moray Council’s plan to close half of the region’s school libraries, with the move being branded “educational vandalism”.
Parking fines and weddings will go up in price as part of a raft of increases by Moray Council to generate extra cash.
Businesses are believed to have signed up for a pioneering initiative in Moray which could lead to street names being sponsored.
The leader of Moray Council has sparked speculation that more of his administration colleagues are poised to quit the ruling group.
Moray Council should ditch “draconian” cuts to vulnerable children with specialist needs or risk putting off new teachers from seeking work in the region.
Moray Council is weighing up the consequences of raising council tax by more than the 3% allowed by the Scottish Government.
Teachers could be recruited from Australia in an attempt to solve Moray’s deepening recruitment crisis.
Budget cuts that could hit children with specialised learning needs have been criticised as an “attack on the most vulnerable”.
Public toilets, school librarians, lollipop patrols and eight community buildings could all be axed as part of sweeping cuts aimed at saving Moray Council more than £6million.
Hopes have been raised an overhaul of car parking in Moray’s biggest town will lead to a boost for town centre shops, despite an objection from a leading business group.
Cash-strapped Moray Council has been criticised for running a Facebook poll to finalise plans to save more than £6million.
The initial talks that could shape massive cuts to Moray Council’s budget will take place behind closed doors.
Moray Council has been thrown into disarray after a second member of the administration has quit in less than two weeks.