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Street name sponsorship

Street name sponsorship

Local businesses are to be given the opportunity to sponsor new street names by Moray Council.
Icehouse redevelopment to go to a hearing

Icehouse redevelopment to go to a hearing

Plans to redevelop a 200-year-old former icehouse on the shores of the Moray Firth are to be the subject of a planning hearing.
Keith book sale

Keith book sale

A sale of withdrawn stock will be held at Keith library from Wednesday, June 7 to Monday, June 12 inclusive.
Nominations open for by-election

Nominations open for by-election

Nominations open tomorrow for the forthcoming by-election in Moray Council’s Elgin City North ward.
Reminder on level crossing closure

Reminder on level crossing closure

Motorists and pedestrians are reminded that the level crossing at the Wards in Elgin will be closed from late tomorrow (Friday) until early Tuesday morning.
Pathways to employment for Moray's young people

Pathways to employment for Moray's young people

Around 160 delegates from education and employment attended the unveiling yesterday of a skills pathway for Moray’s young people.
Councillors' tribute to Manchester victims

Councillors' tribute to Manchester victims

Moray councillors observed a minute’s silence at their meeting today as a mark of respect for the victims of the Manchester terrorist atrocity.
Council convener and leader appointed as coalition confirmed

Council convener and leader appointed as coalition confirmed

Moray Council’s new administration is a Conservative/Independent coalition, it has been confirmed.
Consultation on Lossie High proposals

Consultation on Lossie High proposals

Consultation events are to be held early next month on plans for a new Lossiemouth High School.
Work progressing on Dallas flood scheme

Work progressing on Dallas flood scheme

Work is well under way on a scheme to protect a Moray village from further flooding.
Twin vessels use Buckie as base for offshore trenching operations

Twin vessels use Buckie as base for offshore trenching operations

The potential of Buckie harbour as a base for offshore construction work is set to be confirmed this weekend with the arrival of two vessels involved with the Beatrice windfarm project.