Thousands of furious residents have backed a petition calling for Moray Council to scrap plans to save £100,000 by reducing bin collections.
A primary school in Moray has prepared a massive playground display to show they are “flying high” with reading.
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 cast of Moray performers hope their annual pantomime will not be the last curtain call for their current venue.
A group of Moray councillors, who could hold the balance of power in divisive budget proposals, has held talks with rival groups.
Shoppers have signed a massive Valentine’s card to oppose cuts proposed to Moray Council and “show their love” for local services.
Opposition councillors have unveiled proposals to protect school staff in Moray from multi-million-pound budget cuts.
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.
Two major flood schemes in Moray could be put on the back burner in order to save money on developing major projects.
Here is Moray Council’s proposed budget at a glance
Closing public toilets across Moray provoked one of the strongest reactions during the council’s budget consultation.
Moray Council has been urged to provide sandbags to a village affected by recent floods.
Employees at Moray Council have raised enough money to buy a defibrillator in memory of a school pupil from the region.
A group of Moray pupils have been rewarded for spearheading a pioneering initiative to improve mental health in the classroom.
Union representatives are organising a demonstration to urge Moray councillors to oppose the administration’s budget.
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”.
An investigation has been launched after a 10-year-old boy allegedly threatened to “shank” children on a Moray school bus.
The chief executive of the Scottish Book Trust has backed efforts to stop half of Moray’s secondary school libraries being closed.
Three parents’ dream of bringing back a beloved play park to a Moray town has taken a massive step forward.
A defiant landowner at the centre of a planning dispute has vowed he will not be moving anywhere despite a failed appeal to the Scottish Government.
Opposition councillors in Moray have called for a rethink on how the efficiency of schools is calculated – criticising existing methods as “misleading”.
A budget deal has handed councils across the north and north-east a £40million boost – but leaders warned that threat of severe service cuts remained.
Work is due to start on transforming a notorious traffic logjam in Moray’s biggest town next month.
Repairs to a historic harbour wall at a Moray port are almost complete after it collapsed into the sea.
Mindless vandals have caused almost £75,000 worth of damage at schools across Moray within the past four years.
Councils across Scotland are considering banning plastic straws after a campaign which began with a school trip to the Highlands.
Grants for Scottish councils have been re-calculated just weeks before they set their budgets – with Moray and Aberdeen City among the authorities losing out.
A Moray primary school has been closed to pupils and staff due to a sickness bug outbreak. Moray Council said Hythehill Primary in Lossiemouth will not open tomorrow or Friday due to a “gastrointestinal illness”.
A Moray councillor fears a coastal community which has flooded three times in five years is being left at risk of further devastation – because it is not classed as “vulnerable”.
A devastated Moray campaigner has accused the Scottish Government of ignoring local views to meet housing targets by approving a development – despite more than 250 objections.