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Flags have been lowered to half mast over Moray Council headquarters in Elgin today to mark the centenary of the first day of the Battle of the Somme.
Plans for a conservation area regeneration scheme for Forres have been abandoned.
Moray Council’s trading standards section will be supporting national Scams Awareness Month during July.
Moray councillors today decided against reintroducing traffic to the pedestrianised area of Elgin High Street on a trial basis.
A further 17 community groups from across Moray secured funding for a variety of local projects in the second round of voting in the Money for Moray programme on Sunday.
Moray Council’s libraries service is urging children to sign up to read six books this summer as part of the Big Friendly Read – this year’s Tesco Bank summer reading challenge.
Unpaid carers in Moray are to be consulted as part of a new carers’ strategy
The latest instalment in the four-and-a-half year Moray’s War project will take place at Cullen next month.
Elgin’s new primary school is to be called Linkwood Primary.
Councillors today voted through new arrangements for the allocation of funding for additional support needs in Moray schools.
Moray Council has developed a joint initiative with the University of the Highlands and Islands to create a training programme for secondary teachers in subjects where vacancies have proved hard to fill.
The public are being asked their views to help shape a new transport strategy for Elgin.