Campaigners in a Moray town have targeted securing an ATM under a new scheme after three years of cash struggles for shoppers, tourists and businesses.
A north-east MP has welcomed news that speed awareness courses may be introduced in Scotland as an alternative to prosecutions.
Concerns have been raised about the future of healthcare in a Moray town following the withdrawal of care packages by a provider.
A bowling club has become the unlikely home for a post office in a Moray village.
Fears have been raised that “turmoil” in the corridors of Westminster is delaying ambitious regeneration plans in Moray.
Cash-strapped Moray Council has been warned its roads are a "ticking time bomb".
Concerns about changes to maternity procedures in Moray have been reinforced to NHS Grampian.
A team of volunteers have been praised after spending hundreds of hours toiling to make a picturesque Moray viewpoint available to all.
Health bosses have been forced to downgrade maternity services at a Moray hospital due to staffing shortages for the second time in less than 18 months.
Jackson Carlaw will take over as interim Scottish Tory leader while party officials draw up plans for a leadership contest to replace Ruth Davidson.
Moray Council has been accused of “wasting scarce taxpayer funds” on buying a bin lorry that needs a separate van to follow it.
Scotland Office minister believes whisky will become more important to UK after Brexit – but concerns remain for industry
A UK Government minister has insisted whisky will only become more important to the country’s economy after Brexit – despite the industry still awaiting the answers to key questions about how Scotland’s national drink will continue to be exported.
Fears that drains in Moray are unable to cope with storm surges – even if they are cleared regularly
Flash flooding in Moray’s biggest town has sparked concerns the local drainage system is unable to cope with downpours – even if they are cleaned regularly.
Torrential rain caused flash flooding and landslips across Moray amid warnings that the worst may still be to come.
Flash flooding hit towns and villages across Moray yesterday amid intense thunder and lightning storms.
Concerns have been raised about the negative impact of a popular bus service being axed in Moray’s largest town.
An model aeroplane group in Moray is concerned they could be forced to give up their hobby or face hefty bills after being caught up in a crackdown on drones.
The army's support in helping a Moray community rebuild a popular footbridge has been ruled out at a taskforce meeting.
Engineers have acknowledged that more needs to be done to improve internet connection in Moray.
Moray-based Army troops have offered their support to ensure Lossiemouth’s East Beach bridge can reopen as soon as possible.
An expert in road collisions has called for tighter restrictions on new drivers to help save lives across the north of Scotland.
Moray charity helped to extend reach of service to support families struggling with costs of newborns
A north-east charity aimed at helping struggling families with newly-born children, has received a boost to expand its activities.
Moray MP Douglas Ross is to host a live Facebook discussion next week with road safety experts on his proposal for a Scottish Graduated Driving licence.
Moray Council should be loaning their grass-cutting equipment to local community groups who are taking it upon themselves to maintain public areas, according to a local MP.
Scotrail has responded to complaints about the rail service between Inverness and Aberdeen after receiving a letter from Moray's MP.
A deal that aims to rejuvenate and revitalise Moray with a huge cash boost is very close to being announced, the region's MP has claimed.
A visit to a local internet data business proved a worthy connection for Moray's MP.
A north-east MP is supporting the introduction of a graduate driving licence in Scotland to try and improve road safety.
Work to control the spread of a hazardous plant in Moray has been praised by the region’s MP.
Lossiemouth pupils praised in House of Commons for showing support for youngsters in disadvantaged countries
Pupils at Hythehill Primary School in Lossiemouth have been praised for their efforts in calling for better education for youngsters in disadvantaged countries.
Petition to reinstate grass cutting services across Moray is supported by more than 400 in less than a day
Hundreds of angry residents across Moray have signed a petition calling for publicly-funded grass cutting in parks to be reinstated.
Moray's MP has welcomed steps being taken to protect small businesses locally against the scourge of late payments.