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Prudence pays off as council accounts show £5million surplus

Prudence pays off as council accounts show £5million surplus

Moray Council made a working surplus of more than £5m in the last financial year, figures presented to councillors today have shown.
Walking football growing in popularity

Walking football growing in popularity

Walking football sessions for the over-50s have come on leaps and bounds since being introduced in Moray earlier this year
 Roadworks for new Elgin High School starts

Roadworks for new Elgin High School starts

Despite government wrangle over EU funding rules for the High School project, Moray Council will commence work on access roads on Monday. This will minimise delays once the wrangle has been resolved.
New bus routes and bike friendly buses introduced.

New bus routes and bike friendly buses introduced.

Bus passengers can now take their bike for a ride between Elgin, Kinloss, Findhorn, Forres, Hopeman and Burghead. In addition, local services to and from the new Forres health centre have been increased to run every hour, with a drop-off point inside the health centre grounds.
Work starts of earth amphitheatre in Elgin park.

Work starts of earth amphitheatre in Elgin park.

Thousands of tonnes of surplus soil from the Elgin Flood Alleviation scheme are being transported to Cooper Park in Elgin to be shaped by bulldozers into a large raised landform.
National Commitment Makes Health and Safety Excellence the Goal for Scotland’s Resources Sector

National Commitment Makes Health and Safety Excellence the Goal for Scotland’s Resources Sector

Scotland’s resources sector is being inspired to achieve excellence in health and safety as the second phase of its Commitment charter is launched.
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Moray College UHI and Moray Council launch new partnership initiative

Moray College UHI and Moray Council are now jointly delivering flexible learning opportunities in both Buckie and Forres.
Getting to grips with GIRFEC

Getting to grips with GIRFEC

Getting it right for Every Child’ or GIRFEC, is a national policy to help all children and young people grow, develop and reach their full potential. Its focus is to improve outcomes for children and their families based on a shared understanding of their wellbeing. It puts children and young people at the heart of everything we do.
Ancient Elgin monument to be refurbished

Ancient Elgin monument to be refurbished

One of Moray's oldest monuments is to get a £55,000 renovation
Moray Council and NHS Grampian are hosting a major conference on Autism next week.

Moray Council and NHS Grampian are hosting a major conference on Autism next week.

There is more to me than Autism! Is a two-day event is open to everyone living with autism, including parents, unpaid carers professionals and volunteers. You don’t have to live in Moray, just want to learn more about Autism.
Free Multi-Storey Parking after 3pm

Free Multi-Storey Parking after 3pm

From Monday June 8 two of Elgin’s multi storey car parks will be free to use after 3pm.
Funding for events from Moray Council

Funding for events from Moray Council

Moray Council has established a fund to support events in the area