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Tenants' forum seeks new members

Tenants' forum seeks new members

New recruits are being sought for the body which represents council house tenants in Moray.
Draft guidance on new windows and doors for old buildings

Draft guidance on new windows and doors for old buildings

Month-long consultation on new guidance for replacement doors and windows.
Moray Council

Scottish Parliamentary elections - Moray nominations

Nominations closed at 4pm today for the Moray constituency in next month’s elections to the Scottish Parliament.
Buckie's Cluny Primary pupils get an exclusive pre-launch tour of the ship they named

Buckie's Cluny Primary pupils get an exclusive pre-launch tour of the ship they named

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.
Moray Council

Council tax bills bar code error

A proportion of council tax bills issued over the last two weeks have a misprint which could make payment difficult.
Castle to Cathedral to Cashmere Places and People Game Design Competition

Castle to Cathedral to Cashmere Places and People Game Design Competition

The Castle to Cathedral to Cashmere Partnership is inviting individuals to showcase their skills by creating a story in an exciting original game
Education Scotland backs plans for new primary at East End

Education Scotland backs plans for new primary at East End

Moray Council's plans to establish a new primary school at a temporary site within the East Elgin campus has been backed by Education Scotland.
Council in Scotland’s whisky heartland leads the way in tasting drams deal.

Council in Scotland’s whisky heartland leads the way in tasting drams deal.

The council that has more distilleries than anywhere else in Scotland is the first to issue guidance on size of measures drunk on whisky tastings and distillery tours. Moray Council’s area includes the world renowned Speyside region, where 60 distilleries attract thousands of visitors every year.
First turf cut on the site of the new Elgin High School

First turf cut on the site of the new Elgin High School

Construction work was formally – and finally - started on the site of the new Elgin High School yesterday with a turf-cutting ceremony. The long-awaited start on the 1,000 pupil school comes after a roller-coaster year of wrangles over EU accounting rules and cost negotiations.