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Council bin lorries are helping to drive home the message that more needs to be done to increase the amount of food waste that goes for recycling in Moray.
Our processes have changed for taxi and private hire driver licence applicants – the Immigration Act 2016 requires us from 1st December 2016 to make checks on all applicants to confirm that they have the right to work in the UK. Please see the taxi/private hire driver page on our website for further information and guidance: http://www.moray.gov.uk/moray_standard/page_69814.html
A new website has been launched to help connect people who need support with those who can provide support.
A haul of goods suspected of being counterfeit has been seized from an address in Moray in the latest joint operation involving Moray Council trading standards officers and Police Scotland.
A facility dedicated to promoting closer cultural links between school pupils in Moray and their counterparts in China was formally opened today.
A reminder that Health and Social Care Moray and the Life Changes Trust are hosting a free event on Friday to explain a funding opportunity to help people with dementia.
Councillors today gave the go-ahead for a former Lhanbryde hotel to be demolished to make way for a Co-op convenience store.
Moray Council’s trading standards officers have taken quick and decisive action to shut down a scam website which they believe was in danger of ripping off consumers of hundreds of pounds just before Christmas.
Three teenagers have been taking a break from their studies – to help oversee the building of their new school.
Elgin library will be holding a book and baking sale from 10am to 8pm tomorrow when there will be not only a full range of withdrawn library books for sale, but also a selection of home baking and candy.
A Speyside primary school has earned a positive report from Education Scotland inspectors.