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MORE THAN 16,000 postal voting packs have been issued to Moray voters.
People in Moray are being reminded of the April 19 deadline for voter registration for the upcoming Scottish Parliamentary election.
Pupils have moved in to their new £42m High School building in Lossiemouth with lessons starting today (Wednesday 14 April) for all.
Moray Council’s Economic Growth, Housing and Environmental Sustainability Committee has agreed to a budget worth £8.5m for Moray’s roads network in 2021/22 – a £3m increase from the previous year’s budget.
Moray Council has confirmed priority areas and £250,000 for flood risk management and £1.7m of road and footbridge spending for 2021/22.
APPLICATIONS for one-off grants of £8,000 are being accepted from eligible businesses in Moray.
MANAGEMENT and maintenance of one of Moray’s best-known woodlands is to be discussed later this week.
MORAY Council’s indoor leisure services re-open on Monday 26 April.
Statement from Convener of Moray Council, Cllr Shona Morrison, following the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
Convener of Moray Council, Cllr Shona Morrison, said: “It was with immense sadness that Moray Council learnt of the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
"The Duke was a regular visitor to Moray, having been among the first pupils to attend Gordonstoun, and maintained a lifelong association with the area.”
GULL CONTROL is to be extended to more areas of Elgin following a successful pilot.
Five candidates will contest the forthcoming Scottish Parliamentary election on 6 May 2021 for the Moray constituency.
A SECOND tranche of Commendations from the Lord-Lieutenant of Banffshire, Mr Andrew Simpson, and the Lord-Lieutenant of Moray, Major General Seymour Monro, have been awarded.