One of Scotland’s most distinguished judges has made a “significant” intervention in the battle for a probe into the tragic RAF Tornado crash over the Moray Firth in 2012.
Moray MSP Richard Lochhead
Following the launch of a pioneering Highland delivery scheme, operators Highland Parcels, an arm’s length delivery service of Menzies Distribution, have reported strong demand from both private and commercial customers.
The boss of Britain’s advertising watchdog has vowed to “put a lid” on false delivery charge claims as he hailed the success of a recent crackdown.
New research has shown that whisky production levels reduce when taxes are hiked up by the government.
An action plan has been drawn up to help tackle unfair charges to deliver goods to customers in the north and north-east.
Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to “very closely” monitor a trade row between the EU and US amid concerns it could hit the Scotch whisky sector.
The futuristic £140million new home of one of the world’s top whiskies bring a huge boost attracting 30,000 visitors in its first year.
MSPs have warned that a new banking crisis is emerging that risks creating “cashless communities” across the north and north-east.
The Crown Office has vowed to “carefully consider” fresh calls for a court hearing into the mid-air RAF Tornado crash off the Highlands which killed three Moray aircrew.
Developers have abandoned plans to extend a controversial wind farm in Moray.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has reiterated her pledge that maternity services in Moray will not be permanently downgraded as she vowed to turn the region into a “centre of excellence” for medical training.
A summit has been arranged to draw up plans to offer “Move to Moray” incentive packages in a bid to attract health workers to the region.
Ministers have pledged to investigate the provision of chronic pain clinics in Moray amid “growing frustration” over the service.
A brave Moray family’s “grit and determination” has paved the way for a major overhaul of mortuary services across Scotland.
Communities across the north and north-east could be missing out on millions of pounds because windfarm developers are trying to “wriggle out” of their commitments, it was claimed yesterday.
Investment in a new ambulance for Elgin must be the “next step” in easing pressures on emergency services personnel in Moray, according to the region’s MSP.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has raised hopes that plans to boost life-saving ambulance cover in Moray are finally poised to progress.
Hopes were raised last night that the battle against rip-off delivery charges was at a “turning point” as the fight was taken to the heart of Holyrood and Westminster.
Shoppers have been urged to take action in the run-up to Christmas to stop companies “fleecing” them with unfair delivery charges.