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Moray’s busiest website is looking for feedback to help up its game.

Moray’s busiest website is looking for feedback to help up its game.

Moray Council has launched a survey to better understand how people use its website and what they can do to make it work better for customers.
Trading standards tips for safe online Xmas shopping

Trading standards tips for safe online Xmas shopping

Moray Council’s trading standards section has come up with a few handy tips to bear in mind when you are doing your Christmas shopping online this year.
Unsafe ‘Hoverboards’ seized in Moray operation

Unsafe ‘Hoverboards’ seized in Moray operation

Moray Council Trading Standards officers have seized six ‘hoverboards’ from Moray retail stores. Officers suspect that the hoverboards, or self-balancing scooters, are unsafe. The swoop follows similar action by Trading Standards across the UK.
New primary school proposed for east Elgin

New primary school proposed for east Elgin

Councillors to consider proposal for a temporary primary school to be created in the former Heritage Centre in Elgin.
Distilleries get a major boost for growth in Moray Speyside

Distilleries get a major boost for growth in Moray Speyside

Planning consent was given for the expansion of two major distilleries in Moray Speyside - Glenfiddich and The Macallan.
Have your say on plans for health and social care in Moray.

Have your say on plans for health and social care in Moray.

New era in health and social care looms for Moray
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Work on Elgin High School given the green light.

EU wrangle resolved means new school go-ahead.
Christmas is coming to Moray Libraries

Christmas is coming to Moray Libraries

Several events are planned at Moray libraries before Christmas
Big turnout for 2015 sportMoray Recognition Awards

Big turnout for 2015 sportMoray Recognition Awards

Moray's sporting elite shine at awards ceremony in Elgin
Keith Grammar School inspection report

Keith Grammar School inspection report

Difficulties in filling teaching posts and changes in staffing at a Moray secondary school have hindered progress in raising pupils’ attainment, according to Education Scotland inspectors
Casting vote clinches Lossiemouth development approval

Casting vote clinches Lossiemouth development approval

Plans for a 261-house development in Lossiemouth have narrowly been given the go-ahead.
Moray Council backing for human rights campaign

Moray Council backing for human rights campaign

Moray Council is lending its support to a Scottish Government social media and public relations campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of human rights for people in their everyday lives.