Moray Council has insisted that a shake-up of parking charges in Elgin will make visiting the town centre “easier”.
This time last year, Moray Council’s SNP group was left crestfallen after losing party veteran Gordon McDonald as its representation in the chambers slipped from 11 members to nine.
When George Alexander accepted the task of leading Moray Council through financially turbulent times, he felt like he had been handed a “poisoned chalice”.
Talks have been arranged regarding the reopening of a popular coastal path which was closed off amid safety fears following a landslip.
A former Moray Council youth worker who abused his position of trust by having sex with a “vulnerable” schoolgirl has been jailed for eight months.
Moray Leisure Centre has been dismissed as a “bottomless pit” by a councillor opposed to its continued funding by the council.
Children across Moray are being put in danger by “entirely avoidable” road safety cuts, according to opposition councillors.
A rogue trader refused to leave a frail pensioner’s home after she refused to pay up - while his brother smashed up another customer’s driveway after she challenged his handiwork.
Cash-strapped Moray Council faces the “embarrassment” of having to hand back £168,000 to a property firm after they were too slow to use it.
An Aberdeenshire native is to return home to take the reins of the region’s education department.
A busy Elgin town centre street has been closed for at least a month amid concerns stonework could plummet from the roof of a historic building.
Two new campuses could be created for Moray College UHI as part of an ambitious vision to keep young workers in the region.
An entire class of Moray primary school children have given their first public performance after taking part in an education experiment.
Campaigners fighting to keep Moray’s largest performing venue open claim they are being kept in the dark about its future.
Education staff in Moray have shaved their heads in solidarity with a colleague who is battling cancer.
Investigations could be carried out with a view to transforming empty land next to Elgin’s railway station into a much-needed car park extension.
A council worker on a ride-on mower fell into the River Lossie in just one of dozens of work-place accidents recorded last year.
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.
Temporary measures have been announced to plug the gap while Moray Council’s director of education and social care is on secondment.
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 believes switching bin collections to every three weeks could save the struggling authority up to £500,000 a year.
The opening date for a new Moray primary school may have to be pushed back yet again amid projects it is nearly £1million over budget.
Action has been taken against retailers in Moray after large numbers were found to be selling potentially harmful vaping products to children.
Elgin is being readied for massive population growth after councillors yesterday backed plans for 500 homes and a new primary school.
The growing population of Lossiemouth will benefit from a new secondary school after councillors gave final approval for a £42 million build.
The first wave of houses that could radically alter Moray’s biggest town is poised to be approved.
Senior solicitor at Moray Council encourages alcoholics to be ‘open and honest’ about problem to turn lives around
A senior lawyer at Moray Council has opened up about his alcohol addiction to encourage others to put down the bottle.
A north-east secondary school pupil has come top of the class to be named the best student in Scotland.
An ambitious vision to develop a multi-million pound “cultural quarter” in Moray’s biggest town has been unveiled.
Moray Council could be left without a director of education and social care for up to two years.