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Elgin ASG engagement

Engagement launches in Elgin ASG to shape future of Moray schools

Moray Council has today (Tuesday 28 May) launched the next phase of their engagement to address the sustainability challenges of their current learning estate, focusing on the Elgin Associated School Groups (ASG).

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Bike Fest returns in 2024

Bike Fest is a local event in Moray aimed at encouraging people to get back to cycling, or to start cycling more frequently and confidently.

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Moray Council teams up with Jobcentre Plus to recruit bus drivers

Moray Council’s partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has increased the number of qualified individuals in Moray and led to the recruitment of four new drivers for their Public Transport Unit (PTU).

Moray Council leader, Cllr Kathleen Robertson in the council chambers

Moray Council has supported 315 refugees and asylum seekers since 2016

Moray Council is restructuring its refugee and asylum seeker resettlement team following a report confirming 315 people have been supported into new lives in Moray.

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Site of new Forres Academy chosen

Moray councillors have today (Wednesday 22 May) agreed to progress with the Roysvale/Applegrove playing fields as the preferred site of the new Forres Academy.

Soldiers in a snaked line clamber up a beach in WWII.

Details confirmed of D-Day landings commemorative event in Findhorn

Following the announcement earlier this year that there will be a commemorative event of the D-Day landings in Findhorn on 6 June, further details of the event have been confirmed.

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Moray Council ASN review letter to parents and carers

Moray Council has published a letter being sent to parents and carers across Moray regarding the ongoing ASN review.

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Moray school leaver attainment is celebrated

Moray councillors have acknowledged the progress in school leaver attainment in 2022/23 at a meeting of the Education, Communities, and Leisure Services Committee today (Tuesday 14 May).

Looking down the street along Moray Council's HQ in Elgin. Leaves are turning orange on several small trees that line the avenue.

Community Safety Annual Report for Moray highlights progress

Moray Council has approved recommendations from its Community Safety Annual Report 2022/23.

A bungalow with a grey roof and a black drainpipe with wood panelling. a silver car is parked alongside and a washing line is in the garden.

Moray Council to invest £58.5m in housing in 2024/25

Moray Council’s Housing and Community Safety committee has this week approved plans to invest £58.5m in repairs, maintenance and new builds in 2024/25.

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Moray Council approves Tenant Participation Strategy

A Tenant Participation Strategy, which sets out how Moray Council will involve tenants to influence and review housing services, has been approved at a meeting of its Housing and Community Safety Committee.

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Freedom of Moray for The Royal Regiment of Scotland

The Freedom of Moray is to be conferred on The Royal Regiment of Scotland (SCOTS) in a ceremony in Elgin on 8 June 2024.