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A seven-year programme of transformation has concluded with millions of pounds in savings for council taxpayers.
Transformational programme changing working practices and the face of council services concluded this week.
Communities large and small across Moray will remember the war dead at services and wreath-laying ceremonies on Remembrance Sunday, November 8.
The Accounts Commission recently audited Moray Council for its development and progress since the last inspection in 2013. Overall the commission was pleased with the improvements that have taken place and are under way, but recommends that the pace of these be quickened.
A small committee of local volunteers are bringing an innovative and inclusive community planning project to Forres.
Councillors today sounded what could be the death knell for development plans for an area of Common Good land in Forres.
A free event being held next week will showcase how Moray is supporting people to live well with dementia.
A long-awaited report on proposals for a major retail development on Common Good land at Forres will go before members of Moray Council’s policy and resources committee next week.
Youngsters in schools all over Moray have been given acting lessons on how to dispose of household waste responsibly.
New classrooms and nursery arrives on a fleet of trucks for Seafield primary
Moray Council’s new £2.4million dredger is to be named MV Selkie.
Increased cost projections for Elgin’s proposed western link road are to be referred to the full Moray Council for consideration.
A range of waste management operations could be centralised at Moray Council’s existing site at Moycroft in Elgin.