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Moray Council sets 2023/24 budget
Moray Council has committed to £59.1m capital investment alongside its £260m revenue budget for the 2023/24 financial year.
Moray Young Musician final confirmed
The final of Moray’s Young Musician competition takes place at 7pm on Thursday 23 March at Elgin Academy.
Moray’s first Sports Kit for All project launches in Keith
More young people will be helped to get active and take part in sports with the launch today (Tues 28 Feb) of a new kit recycling project.
South Korean trade delegation visits Moray Council
Visitors from the Gyeongbuk-do Provincial Government in South Korea were welcomed to the Moray Council chambers by the Civic Leader, elected members and Moray Chamber of Commerce.
Moray Council to observe minute silence marking one year of Russian invasion of Ukraine
The Leader of Moray Council, Councillor Kathleen Robertson, has issued a message of solidarity with the Ukrainian people as the council prepares to observe the national minute silence marking the one year anniversary of the war.
Room for improvement at St Peter’s RC Primary School and Nursery
St Peter’s RC Primary School and Nursery Class in Buckie were inspected by Education Scotland last year, with reports now published for parents and carers.
Locals asked to help shape the future of Moray
Moray Council has opened a call for ideas on the new Local Development Plan 2027.
Care Day 2023 celebrated in Moray
Care experienced young people kicked off Moray’s celebrations for Care Day 2023 today.
Moray businesses called on to assess property needs
Moray Council is asking local businesses to complete an online survey to study the commercial property market in the area.
New Active Travel Hub for Moray
The brand new Cooper Park Active Travel Hub opens on 4 March 2023 in the Elgin park.
Seachdain na Gàidhlig 2023 programme announced
Seachdain na Gàidhlig (World Gaelic Week) has announced its latest annual festival, with support from Bord na Gàidhlig.
Moray’s roads are third best in Scotland
Moray Council’s £1.678 billion road network has been ranked as third best in Scotland.