Plans to create the largest solar farm in Scotland could be about to take a step closer to reality.
A £140million construction project on Speyside has been commended as the “building of the year”.
A group of children whose lives have been affected by cancer have been taken on a mini-adventure to Orkney.
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Shell hopes to still be operating in the North Sea for another 50 years, despite other firms moving out of the region.
Shell will make a decision by the end of the year on whether to change its offshore rotas, amid concerns about their effects on mental health.
Scottish ambulance workers have been forced to waste time dealing with hundreds of malicious and false calls every year.
A Moray business fears that falling out of the EU without free trade deals in place could hit its expansion plans.
Businesses in a Moray village are counting the cost of the main tourist trail through their community being closed.
We are days away from the start of another school year - and all the shopping for everything from gym shoes to lunchboxes that goes with it.
The chairman of the Moray Malt Whisky Trail has welcomed news that the industry enjoyed a record-breaking year in 2017.
Whisky distilleries around Scotland welcomed a record 1.9 million visitors last year, figures out today show.
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New businesses across Moray are finding more success than elsewhere in Scotland.
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Students at colleges across the north of Scotland faced yet more disruption yesterday as lecturers took part in industrial action over pay.
A bottle of rare whisky has sold for nearly £70,000 at auction - almost three times its estimate.
A maltmaster who has tended to the stills at a Moray whisky plant for more than 50 years has been toasted by his colleagues after being made an MBE by the Queen.
The new head of a festival that aims to promote Speyside whisky has committed himself to expanding its appeal abroad.
Property prices in the north have risen for the fifth quarter in a row, largely due to the popularity of Airbnb, with the average price of a Highland home now standing at a staggering £177,634.
A new study has been launched to support cancer survivors across the north of Scotland.
The spy planes heading for RAF Lossiemouth will boost Moray's economy by tens of millions of pounds every year.
Drink giant Diageo has predicted a whisky tourism bonanza for the north after unveiling £150million plans for the “biggest single investment” ever seen in the sector.
Businesses in a Moray village fear the closure of the last bank in the community may put off future start-ups.
The Inverness Coastguard base was the busiest in the UK in the first three months of 2018.
A Moray distillery is planning to expand its warehouses in order to keep up with international demand.
It took all of our space technology capabilities to capture it, but here it is at last - a cloudless sky in the Highlands.
North-east firms have lost their battle to get business rates cut after judges at the highest court in Scotland ruled the oil downturn had not affected the value of commercial properties.
The widow of a travel agent killed in a car crash held back the tears as she collected an award recognising his hard work.
Five north-east businesses were near the top of the league table for UK farm payments from European Union subsidies last year.
Whisky workers have called on the UK Government to introduce special measures to shield the £5billion industry from Brexit uncertainties.