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Council-owned industrial units in Moray generated more than £1.4million in rental income last year.
Free late afternoon parking at two of Elgin’s main car parks is to be extended into the New Year.
Older people in the Tomintoul area are being given the opportunity of a free taster session being hosted by the local Be Active Life Long group in the Richmond Memorial Hall on Wednesday (August 26).
A survey to help inform an anti-bullying approach in Moray schools went live for pupils this morning.
A bus service linking Tomintoul and Grantown-on-Spey could be set to continue over the winter following a successful trial.
Members of Moray Council’s licensing committee will decide this week whether to move forward with implementing a requirement for taxi drivers to submit a medical report with their licence applications.
Five new members have been elected to Portknockie Community Council following an interim election.
A draft masterplan for a major new housing and commercial development on the outskirts of Elgin will go before councillors next week.
A draft homelessness strategy covering the next three years has been approved by Moray councillors.
Moray councillors today approved a draft policy on sustainable schools, despite attempts to have the issue deferred.
Pupils across Moray’s schools are to be asked to take part in a survey to establish the prevalence of bullying in the classroom and in the playground.
A scheme which entitles youngsters to cut-price bus travel to and from Elgin is to be relaunched.