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One of the top accolades in this year’s Grampian Volunteer Transport Awards has gone to Moray.
Buckie ward councillor Sonya Warren will be holding a surgery in Group Room 1 at Buckie Community High School on Tuesday, October 18 from 6pm to 7.30pm by appointment only.
A consultation event is to be held in Findochty on Saturday week (October 15) to give local people and boat owners the opportunity to comment on initial plans for developing pontoon facilities at the harbour.
Just a reminder that a one-way system will be in operation on South College Street in Elgin between the Queen Street and Pansport Road junctions for two weeks from Monday, October 10.
Work is well under way on a £5.5million scheme which will see virtually every street light in Moray replaced with more efficient and longer lasting bulbs.
Elgin library will host an exhibition by local artist David Paterson from October 8 to 21.
Acclaimed author Vivian French will be leading a very special Bookbug session for children at Elgin library on Saturday (October 8) at 11am.
The leader of Moray Council yesterday met Scotland’s finance minister, Derek Mackay, to press for increased government funding to allow current levels of council service to be maintained.
The bus stop on the eastbound side of South College Street in Elgin will be out of operation for three weeks beginning on Monday, October 3 as a result of upgrading work on the gas network in the area.
Moray Council’s libraries service is about to launch its annual autumn reading challenge for children, Made In Scotland.
Best-selling crime writer Ann Cleeves will be at Elgin library next week as part of a nationwide tour to launch her latest book.
A major food distribution company has joined forces with Moray Council to help ensure that local families do not go hungry.