Moray MP Douglas Ross has been invited to join a parliamentary group set up by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) to help tackle delivery charges.
Moray MP Douglas Ross is to miss a crucial vote on Brexit tonight after his wife went into labour earlier today.
Scotrail has pledged to continue working to introduce late night services between Elgin and Inverness.
Moray's new £12million sporting facility is starting to take shape, with the flooring installed in its huge multi-purpose hall.
Moray residents continue to be mired in confusion over their bin collections since the move to an online calendar, MP Douglas Ross has said.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has pledged his support for a new campaign that is encouraging more women to get involved in football.
Scotland's health secretary has been told she must make time to visit Moray and guide efforts to repair the region's health service.
Haggis-flavoured ice cream from a Moray ice cream parlour described as "better than sex" left MPs in stitches after it was raised in the House of Commons.
Theresa May yesterday told the SNP to empower local government instead of “hoarding power” at Holyrood after Moray Council cuts were raised at Prime Minister’s Questions.
A controversial Moray roundabout that confuses road users due to its lack of visible signage could be improved after Transport Scotland agreed to liaise with the local authority.
Furious residents in a Moray town have demanded action to combat a wave of anti-social behaviour sweeping the area.
A crime-busting CCTV camera in a Moray town that did not work for months is now out of action again – just weeks after being repaired.
A Moray renewable energy expert will meet a UK Government minister to discuss policy changes that could have a huge impact on the industry.
The battle to save two of Moray's banks from closure will now reach London, as the region's MP takes the cause to Westminster.
Moray Conservative MP Douglas Ross has confirmed that he will vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal tonight citing concerns about its impact on fishing.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has secured a meeting between a Forres-based energy firm and UK Government ministers.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has contacted the local authority to air his concerns about the new bin collection system following complaints from his constituents.
Moray MP Douglas Ross is looking for a meeting with health chiefs in the coming weeks to discuss ongoing problems at Dr Gray's hospital in Elgin.
Crime-busting CCTV cameras in a Moray town are now working after months of sitting inactive and stripped of power.
Residents have been invited to air their views about anti-social behaviour blighting a Moray town at a public meeting.
Concerns have been raised over the detrimental impact increasing numbers of wind farms could have on the Moray landscape.
An SNP politician has been urged to use his party influence to help save vital services throughout Moray.
RAF Lossiemouth crews tasked with protecting the UK from Russian intruders have had their busiest year since 2015.
Hopes have been raised that a footpath may finally be installed in a Moray village divided by a busy road.
A group of north-east lifesavers have secured a massive funding boost in order to allow them to continue saving lives at sea.
Elgin Library is the venue for a display of Christmas cards designed by local children
Moray MP Douglas Ross has urged Theresa May to make clear when the Commons will have its say on her Brexit deal.
A Moray MP has called on NHS Grampian to urgently improve its orthopaedic services after a resident was told he would have to wait ten months to see a consultant.
Bank bosses have been urged to retain cash points in in Moray towns affected by branch closures.
The UK Government’s defence minister has joined the fight to save a closure-threatened Moray bank.
An Elgin woman has won a top prize in a competition celebrating 13 years of the Keith Kilt and Textile Centre.
The leader of Moray Council has hit out at the region's MP for what he has called "outrageously false claims" that the authority sourced just 16 percent of its food for school meals from Scotland.