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Christmas & New Year Arrangements 2020 (revised 22 December)

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

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Keeping Moray kids safe at Christmas

As the school term ends and the festive season approaches, Moray's Child Protection Committee is encouraging everyone to keep eyes and ears open for children who may be experiencing harm over the holidays.

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Leader of Moray Council welcomes RAF Lossiemouth announcement

Leader of Moray Council, Cllr Graham Leadbitter has welcomed the announcement that RAF Lossiemouth is to be the home of 8 Squadron for the first time in 30 years, alongside a third aircraft type to use the base.

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Moray Council welcomes Scottish Government funding for creation of Findrassie Primary School

MORAY Council has welcomed the announcement of Scottish Government funding for the creation of Findrassie Primary School.

Lord-Lieutenant of Moray, Major General Seymour Monro

Moray's Lord-Lieutenant pens Christmas letter to residents

Moray’s Lord-Lieutenant, Major General Seymour Monro, has penned a Christmas letter to the residents of Moray.

Elgin High School price negotiations mean £400k off construction costs

Moray’s £300m Learning Estate Strategy approved by Council

The new long-term approach to the learning estate in Moray has been approved by councillors following consultation with parents.

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Moray Council approve multi-million pound funding for Cultural Quarter

ONE of the flagship projects of Moray’s multi-million pound Growth Deal took a step closer to becoming reality today as councillors agreed to fund £3.9 million towards its creation.

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Moray folk asked to ‘check on a neighbour’

Moray residents are being asked to check on a neighbour this winter as they face a festive season with a difference.

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PayByPhone for parking in Elgin

PAYING for parking in Elgin is set to become totally touch-free tomorrow (Wednesday 16 December).

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Directory launched detailing financial and emotional support available to Moray residents

THE FAIRER Moray Forum is advising residents where they can turn to for financial and emotional support.

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Public urged to stay clear of coastlines and harbour walls due to risk of coastal flooding

WITH coastal flood warnings in place in Moray today, Moray Council is urging people to be safe and stay away from harbour walls and coastlines.