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Elgin library will be holding a sale of withdrawn stock from 12 noon on Monday, June 12 until 4pm on Wednesday, June 14.
Moray Council is on course to complete more than 240 new affordable homes over the next three years.
Work has been completed on a shared use path which provides a traffic-free route through a busy part of Elgin.
A disabled sports club for youngsters in Moray has scored a double whammy at an annual Grampian-wide boccia tournament.
A second issue of postal votes will be dropping on doormats in Moray tomorrow ahead of next week’s General Election.
One of Buckie’s longest-established industries is set for a major revival following the sale of its disused shipyard.
Local businesses are to be given the opportunity to sponsor new street names by Moray Council.
Plans to redevelop a 200-year-old former icehouse on the shores of the Moray Firth are to be the subject of a planning hearing.
A sale of withdrawn stock will be held at Keith library from Wednesday, June 7 to Monday, June 12 inclusive.
Nominations open tomorrow for the forthcoming by-election in Moray Council’s Elgin City North ward.
Motorists and pedestrians are reminded that the level crossing at the Wards in Elgin will be closed from late tomorrow (Friday) until early Tuesday morning.
Around 160 delegates from education and employment attended the unveiling yesterday of a skills pathway for Moray’s young people.