Calls have been made to “handcuff” doctors to working in Scotland in an effort to ease the nation’s recruitment crisis.
Moray village saves phone box that was within minutes of being hauled out of the ground and towed away
A Moray village has saved its treasured telephone box within minutes of it being pulled out of the ground and towed away on the back of a truck.
Hundreds of protesters have marched together in a show of solidarity against the looming downgrade of Moray’s only maternity unit.
The UK’s Crown Estate has been accused of a “cash grab” that could cost Moray assets a share of a £167 million windfall.
Moray couple remain concerned circumstances that may have contributed to son’s death may happen again
A grieving Moray mother still fears not enough has been done to prevent a repeat of the circumstances in which her son died.
The long-standing problem of how to fill the large empty shops and empty flats holding back Elgin town centre will be the focus of an open meeting chaired by Moray MSP Richard Lochhead.
Delays in securing Visas for vital new staff have been blamed for some of the recruitment problems at Dr Gray’s hospital in Elgin.
A permanent reminder of a sea school which trained generations of youngsters has been unveiled at a Moray harbour.
A replacement bridge will be built to ease pressure on a historic Donside structure.
Short-changed Speyside communities press for face-to-face talks with energy boss to resolve wind farm row
Speyside residents have demanded face-to-face talks with the head of an energy giant amid claims they are being short-changed by £16million.
A watchdog will start monitoring sweeps for delivery charge rogue traders from today.
A grieving Moray mother has claimed that police chiefs are prioritising taser training ahead of teaching officers how to use life-saving defibrillators.
A Scottish Government minister is due to visit Moray to advance talks on preparing a multi-million-pound vision for the region.
Health campaigners in Moray are “reassured” that there are long-term plans in place to reduce the reliance on junior doctors in the region.
Moray’s woodland areas have been blighted by fly-tipping in recent months, with tonnes of sometimes dangerous substances dumped.
A Moray couple have been forced out of their home after a lorry smashed into the side of it as they slept.
Richard Lochhead: ‘It’s a travesty that families are under so much pressure that feeding their kids is a struggle’
As a member of the Education Committee I spend a lot of time with colleagues looking at what needs to be done to close the attainment gap and give all our kids the best start in life.
An SNP politician claims a leaked paper shows the Tories want to “trade away our fishermen’s rights” in Brexit negotiations.
Scotrail’s managing director has admitted the firm’s performance “could be better” in Moray.
Two multi-million pound heritage projects that have breathed new life into the historic heart of Elgin have been completed.
The volunteers and staff of Moray Foodbank have been praised for their efforts to support local people facing financial hardship.
Developers have abandoned plans to extend a controversial wind farm in Moray.
A charity that works to save lives across Scotland has unveiled plans to raise £6 million for a second helicopter air ambulance.
The world’s biggest auction website has taken action to prevent businesses from hammering north residents with excessive delivery charges.
The growing population of Lossiemouth will benefit from a new secondary school after councillors gave final approval for a £42 million build.
A Moray abattoir that has been in operation for more than 120 years could close its doors for the final time – putting more than a dozen jobs at risk.
Talks aimed at resolving accusations an energy giant is shortchanging Moray communities by £16million have ended without resolution.
A massive £150million investment in whisky tourism will boost the industry’s image in the same way wine-producing countries across the globe have successfully done for decades, an MSP representing the biggest producing area in Scotland has claimed.
Speyside communities have claimed they are being shortchanged by £16million by an energy giant.
Campaigners against unfair delivery charges have hailed threats of legal action against offenders by the advertising watchdog as a victory - but called for further action to follow.
The families of four RAF crewmen killed and injured in a mid-air Tornado collision off the Highlands were last night given fresh hope of a public inquiry being held into the tragedy.
The closure of a vital tourist route into Moray has been delayed amidst fears it would clash with a major festival.