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Marie Third (left) who won 1st prize in the Most Distance Covered category of the Speyside Challenge, covering 342.5kms on foot, stops for a breaks at a river's edge with her running friend.

Speyside Challenge winners announced

Winners of Moray Council’s September Speyside Challenge have been revealed.

Amber alert 19 October 2023 - Storm Babet

Storm Babet weather warning

Moray is likely to be affected by the high winds and heavy rain coming from Storm Babet, which has prompted the Met Office to issue amber alerts in the North Eastern area.

Moray Council staff use heavy machinery to manage recycled plastic waste at Chanonry Recycling Centre, Moycroft Road, in Elgin.

Moray is Scotland's top player for recycling performance

Moray Council has recorded the highest recycling rate across all local authorities in Scotland for 2022, according to figures released by Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA).

50 years of community councils in Scotland

Community Councils celebrate 50 years in Moray

Moray’s Community Councils are celebrating 50 years since the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 brought them into existence.

A woman shares her personal experience of the menopause on a short documentary, which Moray Council staff are being encouraged to watch as part of their new in-house menopause awareness training module. The short documentary was created by NHS 24 for NHS Inform, Scotland’s trusted health information site.

Moray Council celebrates menopause policy on World Menopause Day

Brain fog, memory loss, and dragging your body through wet cement. Those are just some of the menopausal symptoms Moray Council staff are now discussing with their managers.

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Inspiring Curiosity with Moray’s Family Learning Festival

As the annual Family Learning Festival kicked off this weekend, Moray Council’s Communities (CLD) Adult and Family Learning team have organised some fun and free family learning activities all around Moray.

Electrical bins

Moray Council introduces electrical recycling scheme at work

Moray Council is looking ahead to Recycle Week Scotland (16-22 October) to encourage employees to bring their old and broken electrical items to work for recycling.

Sonya Warren

Moray Councillor makes call for greater falls awareness

Moray Council’s Older People’s Champion is supporting a national safety campaign aiming to reduce the number of falls older people have.

A happy group from Poppyscotland and Seafield Primary School in Elgin gather at Bud the Poppy bus with a large poppy.

Seafield Primary School pupils enjoy visit from Poppyscotland’s travelling museum bus

Poppyscotland’s bus called Bud pulled in to Seafield Primary School in Elgin and pupils from four classes were invited on board the 18-tonne truck travelling Scotland as part of the charity’s learning work.

Cars are lined up diagonally in an outdoor car park.

Elgin parking charges revised as part of the package to tackle parking issues

Moray Council will revise parking charges in Elgin from 1 January 2024.

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Moray Council launches engagement to shape future of local schools

Moray Council has today (Tuesday 26 September) launched the first phase of their engagement to address the sustainability challenges of their current learning estate.

Taidhg peddles a smoothie bike at the Elgin Bike Fest, organised by Moray Council in conjunction with Cycling UK. Smoothie bikes are stationary bicycles that harness pedalling energy to mechanically power a blender.

Moray Council embraces Scotland’s Climate Week campaign

Moray Council is supporting Scotland’s Climate Week campaign starting today (Mon 25 September - Sun 1 October).