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Buckie

Candidates confirmed for Buckie by-election

Nominations for the Ward 3 - Buckie by-election, to be held on Thursday 3 November, closed at 4pm today (3 October).

Lossie library

Moray Libraries celebrate Libraries Week!

LIBRARIES in Moray are celebrating Libraries Week (3-9 October) and encouraging Moray residents to join in by visiting their local.

Moray Council HQ

Moray Council identifies almost £4million in budget savings

£3.6m of recurring and one-off savings were agreed today by Moray Council (Wednesday 28 September), in a bid to alleviate pressure on this year’s budget, and looking ahead to future years.

Sky lantern photo by Julius Tejeda

Moray Council prohibits sky lantern and mass balloon releases

Moray Council has agreed to ban sky lanterns and mass balloon releases from events on council owned or managed land.

Primary school lunch servery

Moray Council writes off £24,000 school meal debt

Councillors in Moray have agreed to write-off more than £20,000 of outstanding school meal debt.

St Giles Church in Elgin was lit purple in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and hosted the Service of Thanksgiving on 23 September 2022.

Moray pays final tributes to Her Majesty The Queen

Moray has paid its final tributes to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at a Service of Thanksgiving and in a letter of condolence to King Charles III.

L-R: Vice Lord-Lieutenant Mrs Nancy Robson; Liz Lambie, Senior Registrar, Moray Council; Bonnie Wielewski; Mao Seb; Vincent Daniels; Emil Kajsik; Civic Leader, Cllr John Cowe.

Moray hosts its first naturalisation ceremony to give allegiance to King Charles III

Moray’s first newly naturalised citizens to give allegiance to King Charles III have received their citizenship certificates today (Monday 26 September 2022).

L-R: George Gunn – Climate Change (Moray Council); Fiona Thomson – Zero Carbon Moray; Cllr van der Horn; Kirsty Shand – Development Officer for Moray Gift Card (Moray Council); Lindsey Jackson – Energy team (Moray Council); David Hayden – Principal Librarian (Moray Council); Janet MacDonald – Sustainable Travel (Moray Council); Donald Macrae – Public Transport (Moray Council); Rod Lovie – Climate Change (Moray Council); Louise Nicol – TSI; Lee Philip – Climate Champion (Moray Council); Cllr Graham Leadbitter; Segun Adebayo REAP; Sophie Ward - Climate Change, Moray Council.

Climate Week in Moray

Scotland’s Climate Week, 26 Sept-2 Oct 2022, sees Moray Council officers joined by tsiMoray and other partners to promote climate action taking place in Moray and encourage discussion about climate change.

A man in a check shirt with overalls on sits to the right of the picture, facing left underneath a sink. His right hand is on a pipe underneath the sink, he holds a tool in his left hand. An open toolbox sits on the floor in the background.

Moray Council hosts building repair and maintenance supplier drop-in event

Moray Council is hosting a drop-in event on 5 October for suppliers interested in tendering for the new Framework for Building Repair and Maintenance.

Moray Council HQ

Moray Council approves short-term let policy

A new short-term let licence scheme has been agreed by Moray Council’s Licensing Committee today (Wednesday 21 September 2022).

L-R  Moray Council's Chief Executive, Roddy Burns, Civic Leader, Cllr John Cowe, and Leader of Moray Council, Cllr Kathleen Robertson

Living Wage accreditation for Moray Council

Moray Council has become accredited as a Living Wage employer.