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Starting Monday there’s an opportunity to get involved directly with the people and organisations that provide your public services. That includes the police, fire and rescue, council, NHS, HIE, the voluntary sector and others. They’re all part of the Moray Community Planning Partnership and they’re working together to shape the future of Moray’s services for the next ten years.
Moray Council’s trading standards team has issued an urgent appeal to householders following a significant number of calls reporting suspicious door-to-door sellers.
Motorists in Moray are being urged to take extra care over the next few weeks as roads in the area undergo surface dressing as part of Moray Council’s annual road maintenance programme.
Two representatives from the Museum of New Zealand will give a talk in Forres next week on the importance to the Maori people of having ancestral remains repatriated to their homeland.
Moray councillors today agreed to earmark an area of ground in Elgin for allotments.
A landmark building which formerly served as the local council offices in Keith was officially declared surplus to requirements today.
Moray Council’s new £2.5million dredger was officially named today.
An eight-week consultation has been launched by Moray Council on revised guidance to private developers on accessible housing for the elderly and disabled.