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Chief Officer for Health and Social Care Moray, Simon Bokor-Ingram, and Bev Mckeown

Care Day marked in Moray by flag raising

CARE Day 2022 has been marked in Moray with the raising of a flag at Moray Council HQ, designed with input from Moray’s care experienced young people.

Moray Council HQ

Information session announced for prospective candidates interested in becoming a councillor

MORAY residents interested in becoming a councillor are being encouraged to attend an information session on 1 March.

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Public invited to discuss Moray’s £300m Learning Estate Strategy

A series of drop-in sessions have been scheduled in towns across Moray to provide more information on the Learning Estate Strategy which aims to provide learning environments that connect people, places and learning.  

New housing in Keith

Housing tenants increasingly satisfied with the service, according to latest survey

TENANTS living in Moray Council-owned homes are increasingly satisfied with housing services, according to the latest tenant survey.

Biodiversity

Moray Council signs Edinburgh Declaration to protect biodiversity

Moray Council has strengthened its commitment to protect and enhance biodiversity by signing the Edinburgh Declaration.

Cllr Leadbitter with electric car

Electric Vehicle charging changes in Moray

Moray Council is changing how it charges for use of its 26 electric vehicle (EV) charging points across the region to offer better value for drivers.

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Moray Council reports reduction in carbon emissions during 2020/21

Moray Council recorded a 17% reduction in its annual carbon emissions in 2020/21, as reported to the Scottish Government.

Moray Council HQ

Coastal Change Plan to be developed for Kingston

Moray Council has agreed to allocate £160,000 of Scottish Government funding on a plan for the ongoing coastal erosion issues along the Moray coastline, including a plan in Kingston.

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Moray’s School Streets to be made permanent

Two schools in Elgin are to have their pilot scheme to reduce traffic around schools made permanent.

Buckie

Shops pop-up in Buckie

Two new pop-up shops have opened in Buckie, as part of Moray’s Economic Recovery Plan.

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Explore Culbin: the disappeared village with Moray Libraries

Moray libraries have joined forces with Robert Gordon University to uncover stories and the history of Culbin, the disappeared village.

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Cloddach Bridge to close to vehicles tomorrow

MORAY Council will close the Cloddach Bridge, near Birnie, to all motorised vehicles with effect from tomorrow (4 Feb).