Tourism minister Fiona Hyslop praised campaigners for making a "compelling case" to persuade the government to replace an important Moray footbridge.
Demand at food bank charity in Moray continues to rise with increasing numbers of working families needing help
Referrals to a north-east food bank have soared to their highest levels - with an increasing amount of people in work seeking aid.
Nicola Sturgeon yesterday branded a 25% hike in duty on whisky heading for America "profoundly worrying" amid job fears in the north of Scotland.
Ambulance bosses have been urged to make permanent a trial aimed at improving cover in Moray by stopping sending crews to calls elsewhere.
A small army of eco-warriors in Moray have been armed with the tools to try and finally claim victory over the scourge of discarded rubbish.
Fears have been raised that “turmoil” in the corridors of Westminster is delaying ambitious regeneration plans in Moray.
A rallying call has been issued for “all hands on deck” to ensure access to a Moray beauty spot is restored in time for next year’s summer season.
The Scottish Government has confirmed that it will fund the repair or replacement of a seaside Moray bridge.
Transport officials responsible for drawing upgrade plans for one of the north-east’s busiest roads have travelled its length to inspect progress.
Health bosses have been forced to downgrade maternity services at a Moray hospital due to staffing shortages for the second time in less than 18 months.
The daughter of a celebrated Moray poet has opened a new social housing development named in honour of her mother.
A Moray MSP has met with members of Elgin and District Men's Shed.
Scottish Government minister brands excess delivery charges ‘madness’ after watching lorries drive past homes to deliver elsewhere for free
A Scottish Government minister has branded delivery charge anomalies in the north as “madness” after visiting homes near postcode boundaries.
A Moray MSP who has been campaigning against rip-off delivery fees has taken his fight to delivery giant FedEx.
Moray-based Army troops have offered their support to ensure Lossiemouth’s East Beach bridge can reopen as soon as possible.
A north-east MSP is to hold talks with a drug action group to try and understand an increase in the number of deaths from the substances.
Richard Lochhead MSP has written to the UK Government as part of his campaign to end unfair delivery charges.
Moray’s economy is set to be transformed as the region celebrates securing £65 million for its Growth Deal.
Disabled people in Moray are facing round-trip of 100 miles after the region's only assessment centre was shut down.
Fears have been raised that the imminent shake-up of the UK Government could delay confirmation of a £200 million funding boost for Moray.
ScotRail has blamed a shortage of older diesel trains for delays rolling out promised improvements to the Aberdeen to Inverness line.
NHS Grampian has backed a vision to restore services at Moray’s largest hospital while warning it will only be possible with “significant additional investment”.
Complaints about the reliability of services and the shortage of seats on commuter services through Moray are to be taken to Scotland’s rail boss.
A new Highlands and Islands Enterprise manager charged with attracting talented people to Moray has been appointed.
A Moray golf club has taken possession of a derelict eyesore that has proved a drain on the resources of members.
Moray’s biggest town has been put back on the map after it was temporarily taken off during a revamp of road signs.
Residents in a Moray town have been encouraged to have their say about how a former hospital in their community could be used in the future.
Johnstons of Elgin has committed to paying all employees the recommended “living wage” from the beginning of next month.
Cash machine operator in Moray town brands situation ‘a disgrace’ while struggling to keep ATM stocked up
A Moray businessman has branded the banking situation in the town as a “disgrace” after it was left cashless for days.
Several north and north-east colleges are forecasting deficits over the next five years, according to a report warning further education faces a widening funding gap.
Parts of the north and north-east where shoppers are most regularly hammered by excessive delivery charges will be mapped out to emphasise the scale of the problem.
Talks have been arranged in Moray to discuss the many concerns sparked by massive wildfires in the region.