Campaigners aiming to save an iconic Moray footbridge believe it will cost up to £500,000 to save it from collapse.
People power has saved two swimming pools in Moray from closure.
A Moray politician campaigning against "ridiculous" rip-off delivery charges in the north of Scotland has called for a meeting with an online retailer.
Hopes are high that angling on one of Scotland’s most famous rivers will recover after plummeting to an all-time low last year.
Scottish ministers have raised concerns over post-Brexit immigration policy and the “confusion, anxiety and insecurity” it could cause universities and students.
Students from across the north have spoken of their Brexit fears at a conference in Inverness yesterday.
More people from Scotland’s most deprived areas are securing places at higher education institutions, figures have indicated.
A Moray politician has written to the UK Government seeking an urgent review of support given to EU citizens applying for settled status to continue to live and work in the country after Brexit.
Campaigners on Speyside are celebrating victory following a two-year battle in their fight to get a pedestrian crossing on their High Street.
The UK Government has been accused of"short-changing" Moray residents on internet connectivity.
Judy Murray has urged Sportscotland to speed up a decision on a funding application that could create four indoor tennis courts in Moray and deliver facilities to inspire Scotland’s next Andy Murray.
Judy Murray has joined calls for more tennis facilities to be opened in the north of Scotland.
The team behind a new north-east sports complex fear the region could miss out on capitalising on Andy Murray’s glittering career unless a funding announcement is made imminently.
Shoppers across the north are still being hammered by rising delivery charges despite efforts to force retailers to reduce fees attached to items being transported north.
Confusion surrounding the installation new traffic lights at a busy Elgin junction have led to claims of a series of near misses and a call to Moray Council to investigate.
Moray MSP Richard Lochhead toured around an Elgin hospital on New Year's Day to help commemorate the 200th anniversary of the site.
An SNP politician has been urged to use his party influence to help save vital services throughout Moray.
The legacy of a north-east teenager who was killed in a road accident has saved nearly a dozen lives over the last year.
A Moray politician has urged a clean-up operation next to a busy cycle path in Moray.
Campaigners pressing for a replacement health centre in a Moray town have welcomed steps to fulfil their ambitions.
A harpist who has mastered the instrument despite being blind is to play soothing music at hospitals across the north and north-east as a way of helping patients and their families relax.
Consumers in Scotland paid an extra £38.1 million in parcel delivery surcharges compared with the rest of the UK in the past year, new analysis has revealed.
The legacy of an Elgin teenager who died on Christmas Day last year has been celebrated on a festive greetings card.
The Ministry of Defence has lost £150million in potential savings for the RAF Lossiemouth spy planes due to the drop of British pound caused by Brexit.
People in rural parts of Scotland who choose to do their Christmas shopping online will pay more than £11 million "over the odds" in delivery fees.
A university has pledged to double the number of full-time Scottish degree students it recruits from Scotland’s most deprived areas by next year.
The festive season is the busiest time of the year for the Post Office as as staff sort and deliver Christmas cards, parcels and letters.
Moray shoppers have been urged to buy presents and products locally instead of online or risk losing their bustling high streets.
Moray MSP Richard Lochhead took his delivery charges campaign all the way to the top this week, as he held talks in Westminster with a senior government minister.
A record number of Scottish students were accepted to a UK university this year, according to the latest figures.
A Moray MSP has secured an agreement with bank chiefs to discuss the spate of closures that will have a detrimental effect on local communities.
Food bank use in Moray has risen by almost 20% in the last year with the UK government’s welfare cuts to blame, according to a local MSP.