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First turf cut on the site of the new Elgin High School

First turf cut on the site of the new Elgin High School

Construction work was formally – and finally - started on the site of the new Elgin High School yesterday with a turf-cutting ceremony. The long-awaited start on the 1,000 pupil school comes after a roller-coaster year of wrangles over EU accounting rules and cost negotiations.
Trading Standards swoop leads to £600 fine for Elgin cigarette seller

Trading Standards swoop leads to £600 fine for Elgin cigarette seller

Selling cheap Polish cigarettes on Facebook leads to a £600 fixed penalty for an Elgin man.
 Bringing Elgin’s historical characters to life – Sculpture Competition

Bringing Elgin’s historical characters to life – Sculpture Competition

Lottery-funded project to create a sculpture in Elgin announced
Library event promotes health and activity

Library event promotes health and activity

Keeping safe, active and healthy will be the theme of an event being hosted by Elgin library later this month.
Brodie Castle talk

Brodie Castle talk

One of Moray’s most iconic buildings will be the subject of an illustrated talk at Lossiemouth library next week.
Local tenants move into the first new council homes in Speyside for a generation

Local tenants move into the first new council homes in Speyside for a generation

Robertson Homes and Moray councillors welcomed new tenant Louise Clark to her wheelchair-friendly home today. Note: selection of pictures large file size available below for download.
Under threat bus service saved by Moray Council

Under threat bus service saved by Moray Council

Moray councillors today stepped in to save a local bus service due to be taken off the road next month.
Free After 3 parking initiative deferred

Free After 3 parking initiative deferred

A decision on whether to continue free late afternoon parking in two Elgin multi-storey car parks has been deferred.
Compromise sought over Findhorn Bay wildfowling conflict

Compromise sought over Findhorn Bay wildfowling conflict

Moray councillors today agreed to explore a possible compromise between local residents and wildfowlers over shooting in Findhorn Bay.
Library sale

Library sale

Lossiemouth library will be holding a sale of withdrawn stock from Thursday, March 24 to Wednesday, March 30.