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Two sections of road in the Kintessack and Rafford areas will be closed for resurfacing later this month.
Pupils at Moray’s eight secondary schools have been receiving their exam results by post and by text and e-mail today – and the early indications are that many achieved excellent individual results.
Three young musicians from Moray have taken part in a concert with the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland as part of the annual Proms season.
An improved Dial-A-Bus service is to be introduced later this month between Garmouth/Kingston and Mosstodloch/Fochabers.
Buckie (Ward 3) councillor Sonya Warren will be holding a surgery at the Buckie Access Point on Tuesday, August 16 from 2pm to 3pm. By appointment only – please contact members’ support on 01343 563520.
Visitors and locals in one of Moray’s most popular holiday destinations are enjoying a splash of floral colour thanks to a trial being carried out by council lands and parks staff.
A drop-in workshop will take place this weekend to hear people’s views on the future development of council-owned harbours in Moray.
Brollies at the ready! The Met Office has issued an alert for heavy rain during this afternoon and evening, so be prepared. Roads may be affected by surface water so motorists are urged to take extra care.
The public have responded in big numbers to a survey which will help in developing a new transport strategy for Elgin.
Just a reminder that the online survey which will play a big part in the development of a new transport strategy for Elgin will close at midnight on Sunday. It can be accessed at http://bit.ly/1Uyz2gd
As Scams Awareness Month comes to a close, Moray Council's trading standards service would like to focus on doorstep scams.
The public still have more than a week to take part in a survey which will help in developing a new transport strategy for Elgin.