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Storytime volunteers

Storytime volunteers

Cullen library is looking for volunteers to read stories to toddlers and pre-school children at weekly storytime sessions.
Latest Moray's War open day

Latest Moray's War open day

People are being encouraged to search attics and cupboards for First World War memorabilia ahead of an event at Keith library later this month.
Warning on latest phone scam

Warning on latest phone scam

Moray Council’s trading standards team is warning local residents not to be taken in by the latest telephone scam to hit the area.
Design changes to Elgin Western Link Road project to be presented to objectors

Design changes to Elgin Western Link Road project to be presented to objectors

Results of workshop with objectors to be revealed in new design of link road.
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Independent candidate elected in by-election

Heldon and Laich by-eklection sees Independent Dennis Slater elected
Elgin primary schools rezoning

Elgin primary schools rezoning

Moray councillors are to be asked to press ahead with plans to alter the catchment areas of six primary schools in Elgin.
New business units completed at Burghead harbour

New business units completed at Burghead harbour

A terrace of four new industrial units has been completed at Burghead harbour.
Approval for draft Gaelic plan

Approval for draft Gaelic plan

Moray councillors today approved a draft Gaelic language plan for public consultation.
Funding agreed for Kinloss Abbey tower

Funding agreed for Kinloss Abbey tower

Moray councillors today agreed today to fund urgent repairs to a structure which forms part of historic Kinloss Abbey.
Moray Council backs police doorstep crime campaign

Moray Council backs police doorstep crime campaign

Moray Council’s trading standards section is throwing its weight behind a national Police Scotland campaign to crack down on rogue traders who call on unsuspecting victims in their own homes.
Record response to schools bullying survey

Record response to schools bullying survey

A survey of pupils carried out as a first step towards creating an anti-bullying policy for Moray schools has generated a record response.
Sport awards nominations

Sport awards nominations

Nominations for this year’s sportMoray recognition awards will close on Friday, October 23, with the awards ceremony taking place at Elgin Town Hall on Tuesday, November 24.