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An exterior photograph of Forres Academy with a big expanse of deep blue sky and some bare beech trees in the distance.

Forres Academy identified as priority for Phase 3 of Learning Estate Improvement Programme

Moray Councillors have today (Monday 7 November) agreed that Forres Academy should be prioritised for Scottish Government Learning Estate Improvement Programme (LEIP) Phase 3 funding.

Boats of all sizes and colours are on the dock at a busy harbour beneath a pale blue summer sky and blue water.

Over £880,000 for Moray’s Just Transition Masterplan

Moray Council has been awarded £881,000 to support the area’s transition towards a zero carbon economy.

Cullen conservation area

Moray Council’s window replacement scheme is live

Residents living in Moray’s 18 conservation areas are being offered financial support to repair or install traditional windows.

Photo of Elgin Academy.

Moray’s secondary school attainment gap closes

Moray Council’s Education, Children’s and Leisure Services Committee has heard that the attainment gap for literacy and numeracy in secondary schools is closing.

Active schools badminton

Moray Council approves four years of Active Schools and Community Sport support

Over £2.1m will be spent on Active Schools and Community Sport in Moray over the next four years.

COL hub

Moray Council launches online cost of living hub

Moray Council has launched an online cost of living hub to provide support and guidance on issues affecting residents this winter.

Moray Lieutenancy reps, Lossiemouth Community Council, and pupils from St Gerardine and Hythehill Primary Schools, and Lossiemouth High

Rowan from Platinum Jubilee 'Tree of Trees' planted in Lossiemouth

A ROWAN tree from The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations at Buckingham Palace was today (Thursday 27 October) planted in Lossiemouth’s James Square.

Postal votes

Buckie by-election postal voters urged to avoid Royal Mail strikes

Residents with postal votes for the forthcoming Moray Council Buckie Ward by-election are being urged to return them as soon as possible to avoid delays due to planned Royal Mail strikes.

A close up picture of rain falling on a road and collecting as surface water.

Forres residents offered flood protection help

Flood defences for residential properties will be on display at an event in Forres Town Hall next month.

Moray Council lifeguards Natalie Summers and Tomas Sutherland join Principal Sport and Leisure Officer, Ken Brown, at Lossiemouth swimming pool to launch their search for new lifeguards.

Future lifeguards needed for assessor training in Moray

Moray Council is offering future lifeguards the chance to train in Moray for minimal fees.

L-R: Colin Wood, HM Coastguard; Willie Chisolm, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service; Robert Appleby, Scottish Ambulance Service; Sgt Scott Brander, Police Scotland; Tricia Lawson, Depute Lieutenant of Banffshire; Cllr John Cowe, Civic Leader of Moray Council; Rhona Gunn, Depute Chief Executive, Moray Council; Joan Cowe, Depute Lieutenant of Moray; Liz Tait, NHS Scotland; Cllr Kathleen Robertson, Leader of Moray Council.

Moray Council marks Emergency Services Day 2022

Moray Council has raised the Emergency Services Day flag above its Headquarters in Elgin to observe the national day, taking place this year on 19 October.

Postal votes

Buckie by-election – postal vote registration reminder

People living in Buckie (Ward 3) are being reminded of the deadline for registering to vote by post in the upcoming by-election.