Moray Council’s governing administration has backed a tourism tax for the region in an attempt to bolster investment in under-pressure services.
Campaigners in Moray pressing for a popular cycle path to be fully repaired have been given fresh hope their dreams will be realised.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has been accused of failing to help NHS Grampian shape its plans to reinstate Moray’s maternity services.
A UK Government minister is expected to be pressed for a timescale on when Moray’s bid for £200million will be decided.
Residents of a Moray village are calling for a footpath to be installed at the side of a busy road.
The multi-million-pound investment into the north-east’s largest air base is now expected to be even bigger than first expected.
Review of community hospitals in Moray to examine how services can be retained amid mounting staffing and budget pressure
A review will be carried out of all community hospitals in Moray in order to draw up plans to retain services amid mounting staffing and budget pressures.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has called on the Scottish Government to take immediate action to address the concerns of worried Moray mums-to-be about the maternity ward action plan.
MP’s concerns that north-east maternity units going ‘from bad to worse’ as staffing shortage continues
Concerns have been raised about the additional burden extra patients from Moray will place on the maternity service in Aberdeen.
Extra support has been demanded for Moray businesses to help them tender for large public sector contracts.
NHS Grampian has been criticised for leaving “unanswered questions” following a public meeting about the downgrade of Moray’s maternity unit.
A Moray MP has raised concerns about coach operators losing money due to an ongoing legal wrangle over school bus contracts.
More than 8,000 military personnel will have their salaries protected from income tax increases in Scotland.
A Scottish Government minister has been pressed to deliver a funding boost for Moray during a visit to the region today.
Hundreds of protesters have marched together in a show of solidarity against the looming downgrade of Moray’s only maternity unit.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has helped raise £200 for a local pensioners group.
A Moray MP has praised the efforts of a local business continuing to invest in rural communities following a visit to a sawmill in the region.
Residents fear that police are being hindered in their efforts to catch criminals due to CCTV cameras being out of action in a Moray town.
An energy firm has ruled out transporting huge turbine parts overnight despite protests from motorists left frustrated by traffic delays.
Health workers have been ordered to carry out additional checks before sending out confidential information, following a data breach at NHS Grampian.
Roads bosses will investigate road safety at a Speyside junction after concerned locals branded it “a danger”.
NHS Grampian has come under fire after accidentally sending a patient’s confidential records to an MP.
Moray’s three most senior Conservatives have slammed the SNP Scottish Government for its “unfair” treatment of Moray Council.
A Forres woman who suffers from an incurable auto-nervous disease met with MPs at Westminster to raise awareness about her condition.
Lossiemouth’s submarine-hunting aircraft should double in number to defend against the increasing Russian threat, MPs have recommended.
Moray residents have been urged to use water “wisely” due to concerns that the region is experiencing a drought.
A coastal path hit by a landslip could be reopened by late August.
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The Moray growth deal will get the green light, Moray MP Douglas Ross has said following a meeting with the Chancellor.
Fears have been raised that anti-crash systems due to be fitted to fast jets at RAF Lossiemouth are “inadequate”.
Council accused of ‘pouring cash down the drain’ with £48k interest costs on scrapped Elgin road scheme
Moray Council has been accused of “pouring cash down the drain” after it emerged it will be charged nearly £50,000 in interest for money it held for 15 years.
The First Minister has been urged to intervene in a row over whether a cycle path on the A96 Inverness to Aberdeen road exists.