Major concerns have been raised about cars speeding recklessly through a Moray village.
Richard Lochhead MSP
Moray's clothing bank for children has launched its winter appeal for warm coats and jackets for youngsters in need.
Motorists will face a 24-mile detour for two weeks to allow essential repairs to be carried out on a vulnerable Donside bridge.
A new parcel delivery service charging a flat fee across the north was hailed as “a potential game changer” for a “disgraceful situation”.
A north-east MSP expressed dismay that retailers who impose unfair delivery charges do not appear to be getting the message.
Residents across the Highland region have experienced unfair delivery surcharges for a number of years.
Communities are often being left with just the “crumbs off the table” if they do not strike a hard bargain to host windfarms, MSPs warned yesterday.
Two politicians have demanded a long-term solution to protect a vulnerable historic bridge.
The Scottish Government will demand to be involved at “all stages” of post-Brexit trade talks with the US to ensure the £922 million whisky market is protected.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has heard a “very powerful case” from local campaigners battling to safeguard maternity and children’s units in Moray.
Campaigners battling to protect vital maternity services in Moray will today take their message to the heart of Holyrood.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has revealed that a summit will be held next month to draw up fresh plans for action to tackle “unfair and excessive” delivery charges.
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.
Nicola Sturgeon has called for a speedy solution to the recruitment issues which have led to the suspension of overnight admissions to the children’s ward at Dr Gray’s Hospital.
A MSP has held “constructive” talks with health bosses about recruitment issues on the children’s ward at Moray’s biggest hospital.
Moray mums could be left disappointed on Mother’s Day after it emerged fresh flowers are among items retailers will not deliver to parts of the north and north-east.
Fishing leaders have called for “political backbone” to be shown in Brexit talks to try to regain full control of stocks and access to waters.
A brave Moray family’s “crucial role” in securing an overhaul of mortuary services across Scotland has been hailed by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned that Brexit will lead to a “completely unnecessary” five-fold increase in red tape for the whisky sector
Scots are paying £36.3million more than the rest of the UK for “extortionate” delivery charges, it has been revealed.
Moray Council should ditch “draconian” cuts to vulnerable children with specialist needs or risk putting off new teachers from seeking work in the region.
A pupil’s charming drawing of a family of gingerbread people has won Richard Lochhead MSP’s Christmas card competition.
A keen cyclist is leading the campaign for a cycle path between Fochabers and Elgin to be completed, in order to make Moray’s roads safer for bike users.
A north-east nurse has raised fears that changes to the way staff are managed could lead to delays in providing life-saving care.
A Moray councillor yesterday called for the public to have their say on a “vital” community asset threatened with closure after a council blunder left it out of a budget consultation questionnaire.
An MSP is continuing his campaign to ensure incentives are offered to attract medical consultants to Moray.
Traders along a Speyside high street which has been plagued by roadworks for much of the past year will receive a reprieve from the disruption over the summer months.
A Moray politician will be swapping people power for pedal power to raise funds for a cancer charity.
Two north-east politicians visited a school in Elgin yesterday to reward a youngster for her design skills.
The management team at a north-east country park have been awarded a slice of a £50,000 grant to fund a food festival.
Moray's MSP has demanded answers over the timing of major roadworks which traders in a Speyside village fear will wreck their livelihoods.
Moray residents will have the chance to make their voices heard next week on plans to upgrade the A96 between Inverness and Aberdeen to a dual carriageway.