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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.
Councillors are to be asked to approve a draft policy for the future of sustainable schools in Moray.
Moray Council’s local heritage centre at East End primary school could be on the move to Elgin Library.
A pilot scheme is to be carried out in a bid to deal more effectively with condensation in council houses in Moray.
Moray Council has launched an interactive ‘virtual’ newsroom as part of its website redesign. All press releases, related news items, pictures, films and blogs will be placed in the newsroom, allowing viewers to see first- hand the council’s latest news.
Nomination packs are now available for prospective candidates for the upcoming Moray Council by-election in the Heldon and Laich ward.
The first teacher to take advantage of an offer of free accommodation by a leading Moray house builder is preparing to move in for the start of the new school session.
A tree preservation order on a clump of tall Scots Pine trees has been revoked.
TV inquisitor and new author Kirsty Wark heads a spectacular line-up of appearances at Moray’s premier literary event, the Spirit of Moray Book Festival.