A north-east technology start-up has been chosen to deliver artificial intelligence (AI) to Citizens Advice Scotland (Cas) under a contract showcasing pioneering new software developed in the region.
Citizens Advice Scotland
A Moray charity has teamed up with other groups across the UK to try and reduce the amount of people falling victim to scams.
A "groundbreaking" project for armed forces veterans in the north-east is in the running to receive a national charity award.
Carers and representatives gathered yesterday at the Caledonian Stadium in Inverness to mark the beginning of Kinship Care Week.
As part of the P&J’s week-long series on the challenges grieving families face when a loved one dies, Calum Ross today investigates the soaring cost of funerals.
New rules come into force today which mean directors of firms will be held personally accountable for their staff making nuisance phone calls.
Online retail giant eBay has pledged to take action to clamp down on “absurd and excessive” surcharges on goods delivered to the north of Scotland.
The UK’s advertising watchdog has warned firms they could be punished for charging higher delivery costs for people living in rural areas.
A delivery courier has been told to “take geography lessons” after it emerged Moray was considered to be an island by the firm.
Customers in the north of Scotland have been found to pay up to four times as much for parcel deliveries compared to the rest of the UK.
A survey by a consumer watchdog has found serious concerns about rural bus services.
Families in the north are among the worst-hit by "funeral poverty" in Scotland.
Local authorities are under pressure to reduce the cost of burials and cremations to help struggling bereaved families.
Two Moray politicians are encouraging constituents to challenge retailers over delivery charges to the region.
A leading citizens advice group has praised a new scheme to simplify online housing benefit applications in the north-east.
Almost 900,000 sick, disabled and unemployed Scots were left in poverty last year due to benefit sanctions, according to a new report.
The Scottish Government has been urged to launch a review of burial plots, internment and cremation fees charged by councils and private crematoriums.