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7.7% rent rise for Moray council houses

7.7% rent rise for Moray council houses

7.7% rent rise for Moray council houses

29 February 2024

Increase agreed yesterday


New CEOs expanding local children's charity

New CEOs expanding local children's charity

New CEOs expanding local children's charity

28 February 2024

Findhorn-based Growing2gether's co-chief executive officers aim to benefit more children and teenagers throughout the north.


Students from Buckie and Forres to represent Moray at Scottish Youth Parliament

Students from Buckie and Forres to represent Moray at Scottish Youth Parliament

Students from Buckie and Forres to represent Moray at Scottish Youth Parliament

28 February 2024

THE two were elected in a vote that ran in Moray from January 15 to 26, 2024.


Moray Council shows rare agreement as it sets budget

Moray Council shows rare agreement as it sets budget

Moray Council shows rare agreement as it sets budget

28 February 2024

First cross-party budget for a decade.


Spend a penny (or £45k) at Forres toilet block

Spend a penny (or £45k) at Forres toilet block

Spend a penny (or £45k) at Forres toilet block

24 February 2024

Owner Moray Council is hopeful that a buyer can be found for the Leys Road toilet block, who may want an alternative use for it.


Forres Academy takes Pride in library display

Forres Academy takes Pride in library display

Forres Academy takes Pride in library display

22 February 2024

The Pride at Forres Academy group invited students to contribute to the LGBT+ History Month exhibit.


New Moray Council housing allocation scheme to prioritise domestic abuse victims and key workers

New Moray Council housing allocation scheme to prioritise domestic abuse victims and key workers

New Moray Council housing allocation scheme to prioritise domestic abuse victims and key workers

21 February 2024

THE aim is to make sure available homes go to those in the greatest housing need, while demand exceeds supply.


Hearing aid batteries can be picked up from Moray libraries as part of new project

Hearing aid batteries can be picked up from Moray libraries as part of new project

Hearing aid batteries can be picked up from Moray libraries as part of new project

21 February 2024

LIBRARIES in Elgin, Forres, Keith, Burghead, and Tomintoul are involved with the project.


Is 20 plenty? Moray Council debate on school behaviour centres around class size

Is 20 plenty? Moray Council debate on school behaviour centres around class size

Is 20 plenty? Moray Council debate on school behaviour centres around class size

20 February 2024

SUBSTANCE misuse, vandalism, verbal abuse and the ever-growing problem of pupils leaving classrooms to wander around school buildings.


'Stop parking in disabled spaces!'

'Stop parking in disabled spaces!'

'Stop parking in disabled spaces!'

17 February 2024

A local wheelchair user is calling for motorists to be more considerate when parking around Forres.


'Stop parking in disabled spaces!'

'Stop parking in disabled spaces!'

'Stop parking in disabled spaces!'

17 February 2024

A local wheelchair user is calling for motorists to be more considerate when parking around Forres.


Forres In Bloom shortlisted for Britain In Bloom

Forres In Bloom shortlisted for Britain In Bloom

Forres In Bloom shortlisted for Britain In Bloom

14 February 2024

Four groups successful in 2023's Beautiful Scotland competition have reached the UK-wide Britain in Bloom final.


Moray Council Chief Executive announces retirement

Moray Council Chief Executive announces retirement

Moray Council Chief Executive announces retirement

13 February 2024

RODDY Burns will step down from the role later this year.


Pupils help to rejuvenate Cluny Hill

Pupils help to rejuvenate Cluny Hill

Pupils help to rejuvenate Cluny Hill

11 February 2024

Primary 6s from Anderson’s Primary School were invited to help plant trees as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy project.


Pensioners to be invited to community teas

Pensioners to be invited to community teas

Pensioners to be invited to community teas

10 February 2024

Forres Rotary is using £3000 from the Auchernack Trust Fund to provide afternoon tea at the Mosset for up to 125 invited guests


Positive public response to Dallas Dhu plans

Positive public response to Dallas Dhu plans

Positive public response to Dallas Dhu plans

09 February 2024

Around 60 people reviewed plans for a new housing development at Dallas Dhu at Forres Town Hall.


Trust funds free bowling at Forres house

Trust funds free bowling at Forres house

Trust funds free bowling at Forres house

08 February 2024

Forres House Bowling Group was awarded £700 by the Auchernack Trust in its last round of funding.


Moray Council unveils hydrogen fuel roadmap

Moray Council unveils hydrogen fuel roadmap

Moray Council unveils hydrogen fuel roadmap

07 February 2024

MORAY Council has adopted a plan to kick-start a hydrogen economy.


Tariff for electric vehicle charging points introduced by Moray Council

Tariff for electric vehicle charging points introduced by Moray Council

Tariff for electric vehicle charging points introduced by Moray Council

05 February 2024

THE tariffs aim to support the council in recovering operational costs and maintaining charging points.


Moray Council adds support for staff impacted by pregnancy loss

Moray Council adds support for staff impacted by pregnancy loss

Moray Council adds support for staff impacted by pregnancy loss

05 February 2024

MORAY Council has amended its employment policy to include pregnancy loss in special leave arrangements.


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