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.
A councillor has been left “incandescent with rage” after his calls for a debate on gritting cuts were frozen out by his colleagues.
Councillors have voted not to enter the debate over unfair delivery charges on goods sent to Moray, as it would be “a waste of time”.
A senior Tory councillor who broke ranks from his party and quit in protest over secret plans to axe vital services has been accused of spreading “fear and alarm”.
Police have “sent a message” to hunters at a Moray beauty spot by seizing their guns after claims they were shooting on land which has been marked as off limits.
School crossing patrollers, public toilets, community centres and libraries are all under threat in a savage council savings plan that has caused a senior Tory councillor to quit the party.
Moray Council’s SNP group has refused to back the local Conservative group’s pleas for more cash from the Scottish Government – branding the request “ludicrous”.
An ambitious £1.9million vision has been unveiled to revitalise a historic landmark in a Moray town.
Dozens of Moray residents have been scammed out of thousands of pounds by conmen offering to repair their solar panels.
Four rural roads will not be gritted this winter prompting fears school pupils and commuters could be cut off.
Urgent repairs are being done to a picturesque Moray port to avoid parts of it having to be sealed off.
The first images of Moray’s next secondary school have been revealed.
A leading business group in Moray’s biggest town is urging firms to join forces to fight changes to car parking fees.
Mystery shrouds the ownership of one of Scotland’s most iconic bridges - putting in jeopardy ambitious plans to repair it.
A Forres mum has called for child-specific guidelines to be drawn up after her daughter needed to be restrained in school.
Two Elgin councillors have launched a petition against a shake-up of parking charges, which they have branded “a decision that flies in the face of logic”.
A mental health initiative, aimed at drawing together teams responsible for care and treatment in Moray, has drawn to a close.
Council bosses responsible for building Moray’s next secondary school have insisted there is “no threat” to the project’s swimming pool.
Heritage chiefs have come under fire for killing off a project to turn a long-empty town centre building into flats to attract workers to Moray.
Computer expert prepares report in defence of former Moray councillor facing indecent images charges
Further investigations are being made following accusations a former Moray councillor possessed and distributed indecent photographs of children.
Lossiemouth residents once again face the prospect of losing the town’s most popular swimming pool amid fresh fears over the soaring construction costs of its replacement.
A new pedestrian crossing will be installed near two Moray schools after fears were raised about road safety.
Public toilets in a Moray village have been closed until further notice after being repeatedly attacked by vandals.
One of Elgin’s most recognisable landmarks has roared back to life after the completion of a major restoration project.
Education bosses have been pressed to return “much-loved” equipment to a Speyside school that was removed by mistake.
Pupils at Scotland’s newest school have been urged to “seize the opportunity” the 21st century facilities will provide them.
Wildlife campaigners have renewed their call for Moray Council to impose an outright ban on shooting at a nature spot.
Moray Leisure Centre is facing closure amid fears that running costs are “spiralling out of control” at a time when visitor numbers are dropping.
Bosses at a Moray primary school have been ordered to apologise to a pupil’s mother following her claims that teachers used “unreasonable” physical restraint on the child.
Thousands of pounds could be spent to prevent people from being splashed by Elgin’s historic fountain during windy weather.
Fears have been raised that a wrangle over land ownership could delay the opening of a new school in Elgin even further.
Water at three primary schools in Moray remains contaminated with lead following attempts to fix the problem.