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Moray Council’s trading standards section is throwing its weight behind a national Police Scotland campaign to crack down on rogue traders who call on unsuspecting victims in their own homes.
A survey of pupils carried out as a first step towards creating an anti-bullying policy for Moray schools has generated a record response.
Nominations for this year’s sportMoray recognition awards will close on Friday, October 23, with the awards ceremony taking place at Elgin Town Hall on Tuesday, November 24.
Moray Council is to hold a cycling roadshow in Dufftown this weekend to coincide with the Etape Royale event.
The next phase of work on upgrading the pavements in Forres High Street will get under way next week.
Moray Council is to stage a series of road shows to let the public know about new flood risk management strategies and local plans being developed across Moray.
Tenants of council houses in Moray are being invited to take part in a survey to help establish where improvements in service can be made.
A pupil survey being carried out as part of plans for an anti-bullying policy in Moray schools has generated 1800 responses in the first three weeks.
A landmark Elgin building is to be demolished to make way for housing.
Plans for a 12-turbine wind farm on a hillside site in Moray were refused by the narrowest of margins today.
Children of school age with disabilities are being urged to join a sports club which is celebrating its first anniversary.
Libraries across Moray will be hosting a number of events over the next few weeks.