Rural communities are to get a "stronger voice" in formulating government policy, possibly right up to European level.
Two Moray politicians will meet with energy regulator Ofgem today to discuss extending the gas supply within the region.
Inshore Fisheries Groups (IFGs) across Scotland are expected to benefit from £1.4million of research grants.
People across rural Scotland will get a chance to quiz a top Scottish Government minister on independence this summer.
Discarding is to be progressively phased out between 2015 and 2019, and fishermen will be obliged to land at least 95% of all the fish they catch.
People across Moray have been urged to donate supplies to a local food bank to help people in crisis.
A public consultation has been launched to try and find ways of improving the sustainability of west coast shellfish stocks.
The Scottish fishing industry's quest for answers on the implications of September's independence referendum has produced lengthy responses from the governments in Edinburgh and London.
Plans for a new footbridge at Elgin Railway Station have been hailed as a possible catalyst for improving a rundown area of the town.
North Sea haddock, plaice and prawn numbers are growing, leading scientists say.
Nearly 200 areas are to be set aside to give seals get extra protection around the Scottish coast.
The Scottish Government has set out its aim of securing fishing rights as a national asset managed for the "common good" in a new consultation document.
A centre of excellence has been launched to help shape the future governance and management of fisheries in Scotland.
The UK and Scottish governments have agreed to review the way nuclear leaks are reported following a controversial incident in the far north.
The Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) package I announced last week is, I believe, the very best that is possible for Scotland under the extremely difficult circumstances we find ourselves in.
Only independence will give Scottish fishermen an "fair share" of EU funding, according to Richard Lochhead.
The UK fisheries minister has insisted Scottish interests are always to the fore during EU negotiations.
Farmers in the north-east will be nearly £24million worse off by 2019 under the new European farm subsidies regime.
Local groups in Moray are set to benefit from £40,000 worth of funding from the Awards for All Scotland grant scheme.
The long-awaited details of the Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) reform package will be announced in the Scottish Parliament next week.
Trawlermen have been told Scotland could put someone forward for the role of European fisheries chief if the nation was an independent EU member state.
Scotland's annual fishing industry showcase is under way in Aberdeen, with this year's Skipper Expo International event boasting a stronger international flavour than any of its three predecessors.
Moray Council is set to close the cafe at Elgin library at the end of this week in a bid to save money.
Charging shoppers at least 5p for single-use carrier bags took a step closer yesterday as MSPs backed "landmark" legislation.
Scottish farmers must face up to the reality of different support payments under the new Common Agricultural Policy (Cap), says farm minister Richard Lochhead.