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All systems are go for this year’s Glen Moray sportive and bike ride which will see cyclists of all ages and abilities take to the road to enjoy the best of Moray’s scenery.
Tutors from Moray Council’s Essential Skills service will be hosting a series of illustrated talks at libraries across Moray.
A sizeable majority of council house tenants in Moray believe that the rent they pay represents good value for money.
Elgin library will be holding a sale of withdrawn library stock on Tuesday, April 19 from 12 noon to 8pm and on Wednesday, April 20 from 10am to 8pm.
The owners of buildings in Moray which are not generally accessible to the public are being invited to take part in a Doors Open Day later this year.
New recruits are being sought for the body which represents council house tenants in Moray.
Month-long consultation on new guidance for replacement doors and windows.
Nominations closed at 4pm today for the Moray constituency in next month’s elections to the Scottish Parliament.
The children that came up with the winning name for Moray Council’s new £2.5million dredger got their first sight of the vessel in a VIP tour yesterday Pupils from Buckie’s Cluny Primary came up with the name ‘Selkie’, a mythical Scottish creature that resembles a seal in the water but assumes human form on land. More pictures available in 'related material' section.
A proportion of council tax bills issued over the last two weeks have a misprint which could make payment difficult.