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APPLICATIONS for council homes in Moray are being paused from 18 March.
Covid-19 community testing will be available at Lossiemouth Town Hall from Monday (15 March).
AN ACTION plan to secure carbon neutral status for Moray Council has been approved.
With funding from the Scottish Government increasing to £1.65 million, Moray Council is widening the eligibility criteria for the Discretionary Business Fund.
More urged to apply for financial support as grants paid to Moray residents and businesses exceeds £27 million
MORE Moray businesses are being encouraged to apply for Coronavirus-related grants, as it’s revealed that Moray Council has processed more than £27 million Scottish Government funding for business and residents during the pandemic.
Moray Council will invest over £38m to improve roads, schools, bridges, parks, open spaces and more in 2021/22.
Moray Council has today (Wednesday 3 March) agreed to fund additional support towards a leisure and physical activity summer programme following a year of limited access to sports for young people.
The table below sets out the Council Tax payable by property band in 2021/22. This remains the same as 2020/21.
Keith businessman Steven Dunbar, director of Clan Partners, turned helping local school pupils into a family project after watching a TV programme on home learning.
CONSTRUCTION of a new section of footpath at The Wards in Elgin is under way.
A VIRTUAL exhibition showing the journey so far to replace the East Beach footbridge in Lossiemouth launches today (1 March).
All voters in Moray are advised that checking their pollcard is “vital” as a number of polling places are changing from today (1 March 2021).