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A long-running debate over the future of Common Good land at Bogton Road in Forres could finally be settled by the end of next month.
A local regeneration scheme could meet the bulk of the funding for urgent repairs to a listed building in the centre of Keith.
Children at primary schools in the Buckie area are to help decide the name of Moray Council’s new £2.4million dredger.
A planning application for a 12-turbine windfarm in Moray is being recommended for refusal.
The exterior of four Moray primary schools currently undergoing major refurbishment will match the colour of pupils’ uniforms.
Moray Council’s sports development section will be holding a training course for volunteer walk leaders at Elgin Community Centre from 9.30am to 4pm on Saturday, October 3.
An Elgin teenager is celebrating her first job after taking part in a programme designed to bridge the gap between education and the workplace.
A Moray road which closed earlier this week due to a landslip is likely to open later next week.
Moray Council confirmed today that it was ready to play its part in relieving the Syrian refugee crisis.
The men and women of the British Merchant Navy – both past and present – were remembered in Moray today when the Red Ensign was hoisted over the council headquarters building in Elgin.
A rural road in Moray has been closed until further notice after part of the carriageway collapsed along a 20metre stretch following torrential rain.
Four members of staff at a Speyside school are to take part in a sponsored triathlon to help fund outdoor activities for pupils.