Concerns have been raised that Scotland’s whisky highway is being “neglected” amidst pressure to upgrade other routes in the north-east.
Garden bin charges and harbour fees to go up at Moray Council despite fears increase could be too much
Garden waste bin permits, harbour fees and burial costs are all due to increase in price as Moray Council battles to close a budget gap.
Moray councillor appeals for a focus on the needs of social care workers over concerns for the service
A Moray councillor has warned care workers must be listened to and supported if the region is to solve its current recruitment struggle.
Fears surge in income may not be enough to stop Moray leisure facilities coming under threat once more
A surge in membership of leisure services in Moray may help to offer pools and centres a respite from the threat of closure, but there have been warnings more work must be done.
A cash boost has been secured for a Moray port to construct an ice plant following fears the project would not go ahead.
Fears have been raised that schools meals in Moray could be too expensive after a forecast shortfall of nearly 50,000 dinners was revealed in the region.
Hopes have been raised that endless cash crises at Moray Council could soon be at an end following a breakthrough in national talks after years of campaigning.
Moray Council has committed funding to continue to run sports sessions for the next three years.
Monster pot holes on Moray town centre street to finally be fixed after ownership mystery is brought to an end
Council chiefs have announced they will adopt a notorious Moray town centre road blighted by lack of maintenance.
Grass cutting reinstatement rejected by Moray Council amid fears more areas could be left uncut in future
Moray Council has ruled out reversing controversial grass cutting reductions amid fears financial pressures could get even tougher.
Top jobs have been axed at Moray Council as the authority continues its battle to save cash.
Opposition councillors’ ‘frustration’ at delays to health services in grass cutting debates at Moray Council
Opposition councillors in Moray have hit out at delays in attempting to discuss on-going health service concerns in the region and grass cutting fears.
Moray Council has been urged to host a debate over the number of school subject choices available to students.
A Conservative political activist in Moray has been suspended after an "unacceptable" exchange on social media.
A spate of wildfires along the Moray coast has led to the amount of deliberate blazes in the region hitting a five-year high.
Moray Council reaches out to commercial firms to run leisure services to end doubts about future once and for all
Moray Council has reached out to commercial operators in an attempt to settle the long-term future of its under-pressure libraries and swimming pools.
Opposition councillors in Moray have voiced concerns about delays in preparing a review to overhaul the region’s leisure services.
It may be nearly two years until the next Scottish Parliament election but the Scottish Conservatives have already selected their candidate for Moray.
Top jobs could be axed at Moray Council as the authority continues to battle to balance the books.
Warning Moray communities may be asked to take on even more as council faces up to further £19million of budget cuts
Moray Council must find another £20million of cuts before 2021 - with communities warned they will have to take on even more responsibilities.
Opposition councillors call for grass-cut rethink in Moray as complaints build-up and the summer arrives
Moray Council's Tory opposition group has called for a U-turn on the authority's controversial reduced grass-cutting policy.
Three sheep were killed after an alleged incident of sheep-worrying at a farm in the Dunphail area of Forres.
Fears ‘unanswered questions’ about future of Moray schools are harming efforts to improve classroom results
Opposition councillors in Moray fear “unanswered questions” about the region’s school estate could be harming efforts to improve classroom results.
The leader of Moray Council's opposition group has appealed to local residents to give their feedback on cuts made to services.
Specialist consultants could be hired to overhaul Moray Council's senior management structure.
Summit talks between opposition councillors are due to take place next week to try and plot the recovery of Moray’s school system.
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.
A campaign to install a new pedestrian crossing has suffered a major blow after a survey revealed there was not enough traffic to justify one.
Moray Council opposition Conservative group leader Tim Eagle has welcomed extra funding from the Scottish Government, but stressed that the region's financial problems were still not fixed.
Fury erupted yesterday amid claims a letter from the Scottish Government finance secretary blamed the former adminstration for the financial crisis at Moray Council.
Swimming pools, libraries and public toilets have fallen under the axe as Moray Council looks to save a further £2million to stave off bankruptcy.
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.