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Difficult financial position now made worse, says council convener

Difficult financial position now made worse, says council convener

Moray Council is set to receive £5m less from the Scottish Government for its day-to-day spending in the coming financial year.
Young Keith Grammar pupil chosen as one of Scotland's Young Ambassador for Inclusion

Young Keith Grammar pupil chosen as one of Scotland's Young Ambassador for Inclusion

Ellie Broadley was chosen to represent Moray as part of the new Scotland’s Young Ambassadors for Inclusion programme developed by Education Scotland.
Museum's funding application rejected

Museum's funding application rejected

Moray councillors today rejected a funding application for Elgin Museum.
Safer Streets campaign to run again over festive season

Safer Streets campaign to run again over festive season

The Moray Community Safety Partnership will be running its annual Safer Streets initiative once again over the forthcoming festive season.
Consultation launched on proposed new Elgin primary

Consultation launched on proposed new Elgin primary

Public consultation gets under way this week on proposals to establish a new primary school to serve Elgin’s fast-growing south-east suburbs.
Top award for Moray's on-demand bus service

Top award for Moray's on-demand bus service

The Campbell Christie Public Service Reform award given to Moray Council's Dial M for Moray team this week. The Moray service was selected from 170 submissions across all public sector organisations in Scotland.
Councils reassure communities following knife incidents at schools in Aberdeenshire and Moray

Councils reassure communities following knife incidents at schools in Aberdeenshire and Moray

Education chiefs from local authorities in north east Scotland have written to parents to reassure them that action is ongoing to keep young people and staff safe following incidents involving weapons in schools.
Flying the flag for human rights

Flying the flag for human rights

Moray Council is today flying the flag to raise awareness of the benefits of human rights for people across the area.
Moray’s busiest website is looking for feedback to help up its game.

Moray’s busiest website is looking for feedback to help up its game.

Moray Council has launched a survey to better understand how people use its website and what they can do to make it work better for customers.
Trading standards tips for safe online Xmas shopping

Trading standards tips for safe online Xmas shopping

Moray Council’s trading standards section has come up with a few handy tips to bear in mind when you are doing your Christmas shopping online this year.
Unsafe ‘Hoverboards’ seized in Moray operation

Unsafe ‘Hoverboards’ seized in Moray operation

Moray Council Trading Standards officers have seized six ‘hoverboards’ from Moray retail stores. Officers suspect that the hoverboards, or self-balancing scooters, are unsafe. The swoop follows similar action by Trading Standards across the UK.
New primary school proposed for east Elgin

New primary school proposed for east Elgin

Councillors to consider proposal for a temporary primary school to be created in the former Heritage Centre in Elgin.