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An urgent warning has been issued over potentially lethal soft toys available online after a Moray toddler was found with electrical wiring from a teddy bear wrapped round her neck
Changes are to be made to the way Moray Council awards additional points to housing applicants who think their current home is not suitable because of their clinical health condition and/or disability.
Floral displays will be blooming in towns and villages across Moray this summer thanks to a gesture by the country’s largest food and garden waste recycling company.
The biggest flood alleviation scheme ever undertaken in Scotland was officially opened today.
Congratulations to St Sylvester’s Primary School, from Elgin, who won the Moray heat of the Scottish European Educational Trust’s annual Euro quiz today.
Councillors today approved a revised incentive scheme to encourage council tenants in Moray to downsize from under-occupied houses.
Consultation on the draft Moray open space strategy supplementary guidance – approved by councillors last week – is launched today.
Children aged nine to 11 years are being invited to Elgin library on Thursday evening to take part in a new Code Club.
Nomination packs for prospective candidates in the upcoming Moray Council elections are available from today.
Moray Council has issued a reassurance about the origin of ingredients for school meals served up to hundreds of pupils every day.
An information session on pension auto-enrolment is to be held for employers at Elgin Town Hall later this month.