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Energy from Waste facility

Energy from Waste facility begins full operation

The NESS Energy from Waste facility, located in East Tullos, has begun full operation following the successful completion of testing.

Looking down the street along Moray Council's HQ in Elgin. Leaves are turning orange on several small trees that line the avenue.

Moray Council confirms default service charges increases until 2027

Moray Council has agreed to set a default increase for charges for some council services for the next three years, to assist with service planning.

Moray Council HQ

Moray Council publishes summary of latest budget consultation feedback

Moray Council has published the feedback received on its latest budget consultation, in which the public were asked about eight service specific proposals throughout November 2023, with a further survey for parents of children in Early Learning and Childcare.

Lord Lieutenant Seymour Monro with the Duke of Rothesay meeting Burghead Primary School pupils in 2023.

Moray Lord- Lieutenant’s Christmas Message 2023

This time last year we were still remembering the recent passing of our late Queen. This year we have had the joy of The King and Queen’s Coronation and all the celebratory activities around that amazing weekend in May.

Business Enterprise Hub design concept

South Street vision comes to life in Elgin

Moray Council, alongside its development partners Robertson Property Ltd (RPL) and UHI Moray, is sharing the vision for Elgin’s South Street at a public exhibition on Saturday 16 December 2023 between 10am and 2pm, at 118 High Street Elgin (next to Starbucks).

Councillor Bridget Mustard

Moray Council appoints new Equalities Champion and Joint Older Person’s Champion

Following resignations and changes to appointments, Moray Council has today (Wednesday 6 November) confirmed a new Equalities Champion, Joint Older Person’s Champion, as well as replaced their representative on the North East Pension Fund.

Cullen Primary Meteorites

Meteorites land at Cullen Primary School

During a series of science lessons pupils from Cullen Primary School got their hands on rare samples of moon rocks and meteorites.

Example of a bicycle repair station.

Keith residents choose £25,000 worth of Active Travel projects

Reidhaven Square in Keith is in-line for a bike repair station, pump and cycle stands, from a funding package up to £25,000 from Moray Council, making active travel easier to access.

(l-R) Cllr Paul McBain, Forres Academy Principal Teacher of Physical Education and Leadership, Scott Fraser, Cllr Draeyk Van Der Horn, Forres Community Sports Hub chair Ann Rossiter, Moray Council Leader, Cllr Kathleen Robertson, Forres Academy pupils Lewis Mackenzie, Maija Jones, Isaac Swanson, Luke Hall, Josh Angell, Lord-Lieutenant of Moray, Major General Seymour Monro CBE LVO, Angela Monro, Moray Council Active Schools Coordinator Paul Rogan, Moray Council Principal Active Schools and Community Sport Officer, Roy McPherson, Forres Academy Head Teacher, Jan Sinclair, Moray Council's Senior Project Officer, Robin Paterson.

Community outdoor gym opens in Forres

Forres residents have celebrated the opening of a new £72,000 outdoor gym behind Forres Academy, developed by Forres Community Sports Hub and Forres Community Council.

Moray Council's Christmas and New Year service arrangements for 2023/24.

Moray Council's Christmas and New Year service arrangements 2023/24

Moray Council has published its service arrangements for the forthcoming festive period.

[Updated: 5 December due to Lossiemouth Swimming Pool closure over the festive period].

The scheme, which closes on 15 December, is offering grants up to £5,500.

Climate change grant scheme opens for Moray’s young people with great green ideas

A funding programme supporting ideas to mitigate climate change and its impact has opened to applications from young people in Moray.

A town square with church spire in background and two detached properties. A yellow bike stand, pump and repair station is in foreground.

Buckie area gets £25k active travel boost

Moray Council has completed installation of cycle parking, bike repair stations, and pumps promised earlier this year for Buckie and the surrounding area under a £25,000 active travel scheme.