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Following yesterday’s announcement of a proposed 18% Council Tax increase by the ruling coalition on Moray Council, its leader Cllr Stewart Cree is seeking clarification from Finance Secretary John Swinney.
Parents and carers are reminded that registration takes place next week for children who will be starting school at the beginning of the new session in August.
A comedian who has been carer to her two daughters is to deliver the keynote speech at an event in Elgin next month.
The public is being advised that the various systems for making payments to Moray Council will be unavailable from 1pm on Monday, January 18 until 1pm the following day.
Moray Council's administration group have proposed raising council tax by up to 18% to avoid cutting services. Note: background notes and pictures in resources section. Film of Cllr Cree speaking about the increase in 'related material' section.
A sale of withdrawn stock will be held at Elgin library on Tuesday, January 26 from 12 noon to 8pm, on Wednesday, January 27 from 10am to 8pm and on Thursday, January 28 from 10am to 1pm.
Murder mystery and crime fiction have proved once again to be the most popular book choices by users of Moray Council libraries.
A senior Moray councillor has spoken out in response to concerns expressed by parents at an Elgin school campus where it is proposed to locate temporary accommodation ahead of the opening of a new primary school. High-res pics in related material section free to use. School roll in 1999: 369 2000:333 2001:285
Midnight football makes a return at two locations in Moray next week.
Tree thinning operations will be taking place at Millbuies country park at Longmorn over the next week or two.
A festive appeal has been issued to households in Moray to recycle any Christmas leftovers as part of a drive to vastly reduce the amount of food waste being dumped at the council’s Dallachy landfill site.
Possibility of some ice up on the Dava, Dufftown and Tomintoul, elsewhere looking clear.