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Moray Council has today (Wednesday 28 June) agreed to adopt smarter ways of working indefinitely, including hybrid working for some of the workforce.
Moray Council is to fund further investigation work for a replacement Cloddach Bridge at a cost of £30,000.
Moray Council will raise its concerns with the Scottish Government over plans to extend a Cabrach windfarm by 22 turbines.
Pupils and staff at Cullen Primary School have taken part in a marathon challenge to raise a fantastic £1,800 for the Archie Foundation, the official charity of the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
External funding secured by the council will go towards improving economic sustainability for residents and businesses in Moray communities.
Moray Council has raised the Armed Forces flag ahead of National Armed Forces Day (Saturday 24 June 2023) to recognise and celebrate Moray’s military and defence community.
A three year action plan will be taken forward by the council to improve access for residents and visitors along Moray’s core paths network.
Design options are on show now for the new Forres outdoor gym and the community is being asked to vote for their favourite one.
A public forum will be held in Elgin Town Hall on Tuesday 27 June at 7pm for residents to learn more about the support being offered to asylum seekers arriving in Moray.
Moray Council is inviting local coastal communities to input to new process for adapting to changes to the coastline due to climate change.
A draft Community Wealth Building strategy to grow a fairer economy and “keep the money in Moray” was approved by councillors at today’s (Tuesday 20 June) meeting of the Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee.
Pupils at Findochty Primary School have been recognised in a national reading challenge for their love of stories.