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The vast majority of street lights in towns and villages across Moray are to be replaced with more energy efficient technology.
A stark warning was issued today that Moray Council will face difficult decisions for the foreseeable future as it strives to balance its books.
Increased costs for Elgin’s proposed western link road have been approved by Moray councillors.
Moray Council has been presented with a bronze award in the Ministry of Defence’s defence employer recognition scheme.
Moray Council has joined forces with other housing providers in the north-east to offer an additional option for those seeking affordable accommodation.
Moray Council has been invited to participate in a planned pilot scheme to recruit teachers from its local military and wider community. In common with other rural areas in Scotland Moray has struggled to recruit teachers in recent years.
A Moray primary school where inspectors identified shortcomings two-and-a-half years ago has made significant progress as a centre for both learning and teaching.
Moray councillors today gave the go-ahead for major onshore transmission works to service the Beatrice windfarm in the Moray Firth.
Nominations have opened for the latest Moray Young Citizen award scheme.
A seven-year programme of transformation has concluded with millions of pounds in savings for council taxpayers.
Transformational programme changing working practices and the face of council services concluded this week.
Communities large and small across Moray will remember the war dead at services and wreath-laying ceremonies on Remembrance Sunday, November 8.
The Accounts Commission recently audited Moray Council for its development and progress since the last inspection in 2013. Overall the commission was pleased with the improvements that have taken place and are under way, but recommends that the pace of these be quickened.