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A hydrogen powered car.

Big players in hydrogen energy come together for key forum in Moray

The crucial role of hydrogen is being highlighted at a two-day workshop at UHI Moray starting today (Wednesday 31 May).

A group of 11 people of mixed ages stand in front of a white two-storey house. The sky is blue and they are standing on terracotta paving.

Tenants move into new Moray Council houses in Keith

Moray Council officially accepted 33 new build houses at Banff Road in Keith today (Monday 29 May).

surface dressing programme

Surface dressing programme starts in Moray

Road users in Moray are being asked to take care over the next seven weeks while 40 miles of roads in the area undergo surface dressing as part of the Council’s annual Road Maintenance Programme.

Pittendreich bridge damage

Moray Council to fund Pittendreich Bridge repairs

Moray Council has agreed to fund £80,000 of repairs to the recently damaged Pittendreich Bridge.

New m.connect service launches 2 May 2023

Moray locals asked to name new electric buses

Moray Council is offering residents the chance to name the six new electric m.connect service buses.

The exterior wall of Moray Council's headquarters, the writing is blue and there is a green bush in the background.

Decision taken on Inveravon Primary School

Moray Council has today (24 May 2023) agreed to carry out its proposal to permanently close Inveravon Primary School at Ballindalloch.

Local Development Plan - Elgin May 2023

Residents asked to ‘help shape the future of Elgin’

Elgin residents are being asked to work with Council officers to help shape the future of the town.

Funding available to support youth activities in Forres

Deadline approaches for funding bids to support Forres-based youth activities

Voluntary groups and community organisations have less than two weeks left to bid for a share of £60,000 to boost activities which will make a difference to the lives of young people in the Forres area.

Early years educator Greg Bottrill leads professional development session with staff practitioners, teachers and managers-2

Moray plays host to leading early years educator

Nearly 300 Early Learning & Childcare (ELC) practitioners, primary teachers, head teachers and nursery managers welcomed the opportunity to work with leading early years educator, Greg Bottrill, during May’s in-service training days.

All pupils of Millbank Primary School, Buckie, were involved in the creation of a colourful Rainbow Tree, which takes pride of place in the school library.  The art work commemorates the roll of the school in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic, when it acted as a community childcare hub for children of key workers.

Significant progress at Millbank Primary School is recognised

The successful improvement journey undertaken by Millbank Primary School to raise pupils’ achievement and attainment, has been recognised by Education Scotland.

Coronation 2023 emblem

Communities look forward to historic Coronation weekend

Communities across Moray and Banffshire will be coming together this weekend to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla.