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Work has got under way on the construction of an all-abilities path to the summit of Ladyhill in Elgin.
Nominations have opened for this year’s sportMoray recognition awards.
Work is to begin next week on the first phase of a major heritage project in Elgin.
Empowering people who have misused alcohol and drugs on their journey of recovery is at the heart of a new multi-agency plan for Moray.
Public libraries in Moray are demonstrating that when it comes to enjoying books, you are never too young. The council’s libraries and registrar’s services have teamed up to issue a library card to every child when their birth is registered.
Businesses in Moray where infrastructure for superfast broadband is in place can apply for grants of up to £3000 to boost their broadband.
Work is getting under way on a multi-million pound project to refurbish four primary schools in Moray.
Heavy plant and machinery have been on site of the new Edgar Road extension in Elgin. The extension will form the access road to the proposed new Elgin High School. The road works will take approximately 13 weeks and create the new access for both Greenwards Primary and the new secondary school.
Students and staff at a Moray high school have produced a ten-minute film shows pupils defining what key elements of GIRFEC – such as Safe, Healthy, Active, Nurtured, Achieving, Respected, Responsible, Included ( SHANARRI for short), looks like to them. The film is being used to help transition from P7 to S1 and is being used in secondary schools in Moray.
Nomination papers are now available for those who would like to stand for the community councils at Cullen and Deskford, Portknockie and Dufftown and District.
Work has begun on laying turf on a raised landform in Elgin’s Cooper Park created with surplus soil from the town’s flood alleviation scheme.
Moray Council’s out-of-hours number is changing to save callers money.