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Elgin High School price negotiations mean £400k off construction costs

Elgin High School price negotiations mean £400k off construction costs

Council officers have negotiated with contractors to bring the cost of the new school down by £400,000. Turf-cutting ceremony is scheduled for March 16th
Walking and Cycling Opportunities Continue to Grow in Moray

Walking and Cycling Opportunities Continue to Grow in Moray

Walking and cycling routes are on the up in Moray is response to demand from residents and tourists. There are currently 11 Health Walk Groups operating in Moray, and a new cycle guide has been launched by Moray Speyside Tourism.
Volunteer deadline extended for twin programmes

Volunteer deadline extended for twin programmes

More volunteers are being sought to help deliver the next LEADER and Fisheries programmes in Moray which are funded by the European Union and Scottish Government to the amount of £3.8 million.
Job club volunteers

Job club volunteers

Volunteers are being sought to help run the job clubs at Forres and Keith libraries.
‘Spring and Autumn’ in Hopeman

‘Spring and Autumn’ in Hopeman

A new community project involving pupils from Hopeman Primary School and members of the local Be Active Life Long (BALL) group starts tomorrow.
Moray Council

Moray primary schools registration

Parents whose children will be starting primary school in Moray at the beginning of the new session in August are being reminded that tomorrow (Friday) is the deadline for registration.
Garmouth viaduct closure

Garmouth viaduct closure

The former railway viaduct spanning the River Spey at Garmouth is to be closed to walkers and cyclists for six weeks from next Monday.
Library talk by record-breaking cyclist

Library talk by record-breaking cyclist

Record-breaking long distance cyclist Mark Beaumont is to give a talk about his exploits at Elgin library next month.
Cash for Moray schools from MoD fund

Cash for Moray schools from MoD fund

A number of schools in Moray are set to benefit from the Ministry of Defence’s education support fund.
Council leader seeks clarification of 'premature' comments by John Swinney

Council leader seeks clarification of 'premature' comments by John Swinney

Following yesterday’s announcement of a proposed 18% Council Tax increase by the ruling coalition on Moray Council, its leader Cllr Stewart Cree is seeking clarification from Finance Secretary John Swinney.
Moray Council

Moray schools registration

Parents and carers are reminded that registration takes place next week for children who will be starting school at the beginning of the new session in August.
Comedian to speak at Moray carers' event

Comedian to speak at Moray carers' event

A comedian who has been carer to her two daughters is to deliver the keynote speech at an event in Elgin next month.