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Councillors are to be asked to revoke preservation orders which protect trees within an Elgin housing development.
Councillors today got their first close-up view of a new custom-built harbour dredger being built for Moray Council.
Inspector of police in Scotland will carry out a review of procedures following the tragic deaths of John Yuill and Lamara Bell. The review will provide an independent assessment of how police contact, command and control centres are working
A by-election is to be held in Moray Council’s Heldon and Laich ward following the resignation last week of Councillor Eric McGillivray.
The misery of flooding will be a thing of the past for most of Elgin’s homes and businesses following practical completion of the £86million flood alleviation scheme. The final piece of engineering, a footbridge over the River Lossie, was formally opened today (Tuesday). All that remains is landscaping and ancillary works.
Postal ballot packs are on their way to voters in the Portknockie Community Council area.
Pupils at Moray’s eight secondary schools have been receiving their exam results by post and by text and e-mail today – and the early indications are that they have done themselves proud.
One of Moray’s longest-serving councillors has announced he is standing down with immediate effect.
Rationalising office accommodation in Elgin has led to savings for the taxpayer, buildings for community use and easy access for customers.
Moray councillors are to be asked to approve funding to allow longer opening hours at the community and sports centre at Keith and Lossiemouth.
Moray Council is looking to add to its pool of people to act as school crossing patrollers on a relief basis.
An election is to be held next month to fill five vacancies on Portknockie Community Council.