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Dedicated team being recruited to offer intensive housing-related support to vulnerable adults in Moray
A DEDICATED team providing intensive housing-related support to some of Moray’s most vulnerable adults is being recruited.
POLL CARDS for the Local Government Election are being issued to registered voters in Moray this week.
Moray Council is resuming its inspection of headstones in cemeteries across the region from March 2022.
Moray Council has reminded residents that new plantings or memorials are not permitted at Califer Viewpoint.
TEN Moray primary schools took part in this year’s local heat for the Euroquiz, with Greenwards emerging as victors.
CLASSROOMS and teaching spaces in schools and nurseries across Moray are set to receive individual CO2 monitoring devices as part of the Council’s commitment to ensuring the safety of its pupils and teaching staff.
ST GERARDINE’S eco-committee has planted 32 trees in the school grounds as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy initiative.
YOUNG musicians from the Moray Music Centre topped their categories and scooped two trophies at the Inverness Music Festival at the weekend.
RESIDENTS in Moray living in homes eligible for a £150 cost of living award will see the money credited to their new Council Tax bills, due to be issued shortly.
TWO charities in Moray focussing on poverty and social inclusion have been awarded funding totalling more than £250k from the European Social Fund, administered by Moray Council.
MORAY Council is set to discuss the findings of the Accounts Commission’s Best Value Assurance Progress Report, published today (3 March 2022).