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.
Tourism businesses in Moray are to be balloted about whether they would be willing to pay a levy to support an agency dedicated to promoting the region.
A multi-million-pound energy saving project run by Moray Council is currently projected to be about £1million under budget.
Moray Council is backing a national litter-picking campaign to help solve the problems thrown-away rubbish is causing in the region.
Moray Council has agreed to hire a consultant to review its management structure as part of its project to “modernise” – despite concerns it could be too expensive.
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.
The cost of repairing and refurbishing one of Moray’s busiest river crossings have soared to £1.8million.
High-level talks have been held within Moray Council in an effort to save the region's failing school system.
Moray Council’s former dredger, which was sold for scrap seven years ago, still operating while its replacement sits idle
The commissioning of Moray Council’s beleaguered dredger has been questioned after it emerged its predecessor is still operating – seven years after being sold for scrap.
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.
Moray Council’s SNP administration urged to heap more pressure on Scottish Government for better funding deal
Moray Council’s SNP administration has been urged to heap more pressure on the Scottish Government to get a better funding deal for the region.
Less than a third of Moray residents have signed up for a new bin permit launched to help plug a blackhole in the council’s finances.
Hopes have been raised that a new £1.2million fund will help give Moray’s town centres a new lease of life.
Moray Council budget: Libraries and Active Sports saved but council tax and music tuition on the rise
Public toilets could shut, council tax could go up 4.7% and the last of Moray's school crossing patrollers could be axed in the latest cost-cutting proposals put forward by council leaders.
Moray Council has ruled out introducing the controversial workplace parking levy.
Moray Council has voted to continue to back Elgin's business improvement district, despite questions raised over its effectiveness.
Moray has long boasted some of Scotland's best kept roads but there are fears it may soon surrender that status.
People power has saved two swimming pools in Moray from closure.
Campaigners in Moray have suggested that parents could pay to retain school crossing patrollers to get pupils to class.
Fears have been raised that an 85% rise in music tuition fees in Moray may worsen the council’s budget position - an even sound the death knell for some cultural services.
A huge outpouring of support from Moray campaigners could be about to save leisure services in the region.
Fury erupted yesterday amid claims a letter from the Scottish Government finance secretary blamed the former adminstration for the financial crisis at Moray Council.
The scale of budget cuts across Moray may mean that a £2.5million swimming pool that is already under construction may never get used.
Moray Council has voted against reconsidering a logo for a new public toilet scheme despite concerns it is “offensive” and “divisive”.
Swimming pools, libraries and public toilets have fallen under the axe as Moray Council looks to save a further £2million to stave off bankruptcy.
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.
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.
Residents of Moray have vented online after being slapped with the council's bill to pick up garden waste.
Moray Council leaders have warned they have to make £7.3million worth of extra cuts to balance their books following Derek Mackay’s budget.
Ambitious vision to regenerate Moray park with possible outdoor performance area and regenerated water feature
An outdoor performance area, revamped pond and bike hire facilities could all feature in an ambitious upgrade of one of Moray's most popular parks.
North and north-east councillors last night renewed their calls for a tourist tax despite the Scottish Government’s budget saying there were “no plans” to introduce the levy in the immediate future.
Ambitious plans to use military investment as a springboard to transform Moray into a manufacturing and engineering “powerhouse” has been unveiled.