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July is Scams Awareness Month, and this week we are focusing on mail scams which are often aimed at our most vulnerable and elderly residents.
Hundreds of young people across Moray are anxiously awaiting their exam results, which are due on Tuesday, August 9.
The public are being asked to take care on the east and west beaches at Lossiemouth where there have been reports of soft sand in some areas.
Flags are being flown at half mast over Moray Council headquarters in Elgin today as a mark of respect for the victims of last night's attack in Nice, France.
Elgin library will host an exhibition by local artist Elaine R. Smith from July 16 to 29.
Work is progressing well on a major refurbishment programme which will result in a vastly improved teaching and learning environment at four Moray primary schools.
The public are being invited to attend a church service next week to honour Moray’s armed forces past and present.
The A96 has now reopened to traffic in both directions.
The A96 trunk road is in the process of being closed to the east of Elgin because of a suspected gas leak.
The leader of the Scotland’s War project – which is commemorating the centenary of the First World War – will be giving an illustrated talk at Elgin library next week.
Would-be primary teachers in Moray are being given the chance to fulfil their ambition by studying part-time for the necessary qualification.