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Lord-Lieutenant, Major General Seymour Monro, has written a Christmas letter to the residents of Moray.
Moray Council sustains its position among the best performing local authorities in Scotland for recycling rates.
Online nursery and school registration in Moray has been confirmed for 17-28 January 2022.
A LOCAL Energy from Waste (EfW) project has donated £50,000 to dozens of North-east groups, charities, and organisations as part of its commitment to its surrounding areas.
MORAY Council’s commitment to supporting the Armed Forces community within its own workforce has been recognised with a Ministry of Defence award.
PRIMARY 5 pupils across Moray will be entitled to receive free school meals from 10 January 2022 as part of the Scottish Government’s £28 million commitment to free school meal support.
Members of Moray Council’s Economic Development and Infrastructure Services Committee have approved plans to provide flood protection measures at cost price to residents, subject to full council approval.
Moray Council has today (Tuesday 7 December) voted to levy charges for commercial use of open spaces within the region.
Over the last year 5,000 council homes have had their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors upgraded to meet new legislation, with 1,000 still to be changed.
MORAY Council has today (Tuesday 07 December) approved the draft Active Travel Strategy and Action Plan (2022-2027) which aims to make active travel an attractive and realistic choice for short journeys across Moray.
CAMERAS have been installed at the Cloddach Bridge, near Birnie, to deter drivers from overloading the weakened bridge.
Karen Delaney is one of a small group of people worldwide to be congratulated for their outstanding support for young people through The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.