The repair bill for Moray's crumbling school estate has nearly doubled in the last year - to more than £100million.
Moray Council is poised to undergo a radical shake-up whatever the result of next month's election.
Tensions between Moray's elected representatives continue to soar over the government's business rate increases.
A war of words has erupted between Moray councillors following claims that local firms are being "hammered" by Scottish Government business rate increases.
A Moray women's refuge has split from its national group after being embroiled in a row about having a man on its board of directors.
Moray Council officers have come under fire for rejecting a potentially money-saving deal with other authorities without consulting elected members.
Cash-strapped Moray Council has been warned it faces bankruptcy unless "radical savings" can be made to its budget.
An urgent repair list to prevent a Moray town centre landmark becoming a "ruin" has been published.
Proposals to allow vehicles to drive through Elgin's town centre have been rejected.
Bringing vehicles back to the heart Elgin in a bid to give town centre businesses a boost could be about to hit a road block.
Plans to expand the south side of Elgin over the next 40 years have gone on public display for the first time.
Plans for a mammoth expansion of Elgin could spark the resurrection of a contentious roads project recently scrapped by Moray Council.
Breakfast was definitely the most important meal of the day for a group of hungry Moray youngsters yesterday, as they tucked into some tasty treats.
A pensioner whose vehicle was vandalised in the centre of Elgin has slammed expensive plans to review parking in the town.
Moray Council will plough £60,000 into studies aimed at reducing parking problems in Elgin - despite fears the ambitious scheme could prove a waste of money.
Community groups are facing a steep rise in charges to use Elgin Town Hall as the local authority tries to recoup the money it spent refurbishing the venue last year.
Moray Council has been shrouded in controversy yet again as the SNP group unveiled a motion of no confidence in the current leader and convener-elect.
Four men have been charged in connection with a disturbance in Elgin at the weekend.
Plans for a new footbridge at Elgin Railway Station have been hailed as a possible catalyst for improving a rundown area of the town.