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m.connect partners with Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival

Moray Council’s m.connect transport service is partnering with the flagship Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival to get festival goers from hubs to events hassle free.

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Moray High School pupils become voices for nature

An episode of Planet Earth III, which pupils from Speyside High School provided a voiceover for, airs today (Monday 22 April) as part of Earth Day.

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Call for ideas on the Elgin Long Term Town Plan

A community driven public engagement exercise asking Moray locals for ideas for the Elgin Long Term Town Plan investment has launched today (Friday 19 April) by Elgin Community Council and the newly formed Elgin Town Board.

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Arts, culture and heritage grants up to £20,000 available in Moray

Applications are now open in Moray for round two of the UK Government funded Shared Prosperity Fund grant scheme.

Two senior High School pupils are on exercise equipment at an outdoor gym, They are wearing warm jackets and smiling at the camera.

Locals invited to try Forres Community Outdoor Gym

Forres Community Sports Hub is inviting locals to try the new £72,000 outdoor gym.

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Changing lives through sport grants awarded in Moray

Moray Council has awarded grants totalling £2,200 to community sport activities.

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Reminder to share your views on the future site of new Forres Academy

Local residents are encouraged to take part in the ongoing public engagement exercise around the future site of Forres Academy.

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Lossiemouth traffic consultation event

Moray Council transportation team is holding a public consultation event about proposals to improve road and pedestrian safety in Lossiemouth on Thursday 18 April.

Coastal Changes in Moray

Moray’s coastal communities consulted on next phase of Coastal Change Adaptation Plans

Moray Council is inviting local coastal communities to input to the new process for adapting to changes to the coastline due to climate change.

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Moray Trading Standards seize £2,000 worth of illegal tobacco

Officers from Moray Council’s Trading Standards team, with assistance from Police Scotland, seized £2,000 worth of illegal tobacco from a 47 year old male.

3rd Infantry Division on Queen Red beach © IWM (B 5114)

Moray to Commemorate 80th Anniversary of D Day on 6 June 2024

This year’s significant anniversary of the D Day landings is to be marked in Findhorn, on the Moray Coast, while major services take place in Normandy and Portsmouth.

Rob Teasdale setting up gull deterrent in Elgin

Gull deterrents installed in Elgin for second year

Ten sonic devices have been installed in Elgin ahead of gull breeding season.