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People in Moray will have their first chance this weekend to vote for community projects they consider worthy of public funding.
Councillors today reversed a decision to spend more than £40,000 on the first phase of an improvement scheme on the Buckie to Keith road.
Councillors today agreed to include a new swimming pool as part of a replacement project for the Lossiemouth High School campus.
A very exciting point has been reached where a review will be carried out of how the needs of pupils with additional support needs (ASN) are met in schools in Moray.
Moray councillors are to be asked to approve a briefing note as part of a community engagement exercise on the council’s financial position.
A new bus service will take to the road next week linking Speyside with Elgin.
The group that represents nearly 6000 council tenants in Moray has a new chairman.
The outstanding success of Moray’s new participatory budgeting project – Money for Moray – means that two public voting events will be required.
Groups and individuals in Moray are being invited to make funding bids to the Armed Forces Covenant grant scheme.
The Greenfingers horticultural training project will be holding an open day at its Cooper Park nursery in Elgin on Saturday, May 21 from 10am to 3pm.
A Maori skull which has been held as part of a museum collection in Moray for more than 130 years is to be repatriated to New Zealand.