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Meeting on primary school football

Meeting on primary school football

A meeting is to take place later this month on the future of primary school football in Moray.
Child seat safety clinics

Child seat safety clinics

Parents in Moray are being given the opportunity to have free safety checks carried out on their child car seats.
Talks with local community on future of historic clocktower

Talks with local community on future of historic clocktower

Councillors today agreed to enter into discussions with the local community in Dufftown over the future of the town’s historic clocktower.
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Packed house for launch of care experience champions' board

There was standing room only when the Moray Community Planning Partnership launched its local champions’ board at the Elgin Youth Cafe.
Concerns allayed over Mosset Burn water level during recent rainfall

Concerns allayed over Mosset Burn water level during recent rainfall

Claims that a Moray watercourse came close to bursting its banks during last week’s 36 hour deluge have been dismissed by a local councillor.
Four to contest by-election

Four to contest by-election

Four candidates will contest next month’s by-election in Moray Council’s Elgin City North ward.
Flood damaged Dallas road repairs

Flood damaged Dallas road repairs

Work is to begin immediately to repair a stretch of road on the outskirts of Dallas which suffered severe damage during yesterday’s flooding.
Change to Garmouth/Kingston polling place

Change to Garmouth/Kingston polling place

Voters in the twin villages of Garmouth and Kingston are asked to note that the polling place for tomorrow’s General Election has been changed.
Catchment changes approved

Catchment changes approved

Plans to redraw the catchment area boundaries for two secondary schools in Moray were approved by councillors today.
Cluny are quiz champs

Cluny are quiz champs

Five teams competed in the final of this year’s quiz for Moray primary schools.