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A range of waste management operations could be centralised at Moray Council’s existing site at Moycroft in Elgin.
Councillors are to be asked to approve measures which could help make all six council-owned harbours in Moray self-funding.
Councillors serving on Moray Council’s Economic Development and Infrastructure committee will be advised of design changes to the Elgin Western Link Road project and the increase in cost.
Moray Council has been awarded a grant of almost £216,000 from Scotland’s national agency for sport, sportscotland, towards the cost of replacing the ageing ice plant at the Moray Leisure Centre in Elgin.
Libraries in Moray are at the forefront of a new drive to create dementia friendly communities.
Moray Council has made two vacant business units available to a local group set up to co-ordinate Moray’s response to the Syrian refugee crisis.
Cullen library is looking for volunteers to read stories to toddlers and pre-school children at weekly storytime sessions.
People are being encouraged to search attics and cupboards for First World War memorabilia ahead of an event at Keith library later this month.
Moray Council’s trading standards team is warning local residents not to be taken in by the latest telephone scam to hit the area.
Results of workshop with objectors to be revealed in new design of link road.
Heldon and Laich by-eklection sees Independent Dennis Slater elected
Moray councillors are to be asked to press ahead with plans to alter the catchment areas of six primary schools in Elgin.