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Work to resurface the runways at RAF Lossiemouth has reached a major milestone with the return of aircraft to the Moray station. A P-8A Poseidon at RAF Lossiemouth / photograph by SAC Connor Tierney - MOD Crown Copyright

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Low carbon, digitally-enabled classrooms are set to be the future of education in Moray, as part of the local authority’s £300 million vision for schools over the next 20 years. Moray Council has agreed to consult on a long-term strategy for the region's learning estate. The strategy set

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Private and commercial developers are being reminded that Moray Council's new guidance on developer obligations comes into effect from today. The new guidelines apply to all new developments, from a resident building a new-build home for themselves, or larger-scale housebuilding or commercial develo

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An aerospace centre of excellence will be built adjacent to RAF Lossiemouth, thanks to £21 million of funding, UK Government minister for Scotland, Iain Stewart, has announced.

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Construction work is to begin shortly on ten new Osprey Housing Moray affordable homes in the heart of Elgin. Allan Liddle, development officer at Osprey Housing Group, (left) and John Main, managing director at Morlich Homes, looking over the plans for the new development

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Springfield Properties has lost a bid calling for Moray Council to cover its appeal costs following a dispute over a rejected housing application. After the dispute, the property developer called for the council to foot the bill when it rejected Springfield's plans to build 316 homes in Ferrylea, Fo

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