A Moray community has warned it will likely be the summer before a contract is awarded to replace a vital footbridge in the town.
Aberdeenshire Council is desperately reviewing how they will make up for £12 million of EU funding after Brexit.
Legal advice commissioned by a pro-independence group has suggested there are “good arguments” to be made for holding a second referendum without UK Government approval.
Highland councillors are asking the Scottish Government for extra cash to improve its road network in the wake of extensive damage caused by Storm Brendan.
Warnings benefits claimants in Moray may need to be prioritised to ‘compelling’ cases amid funding shortfall
Warnings have been issued that benefit payouts from a Moray fund may soon have to be restricted to “compelling” cases amid fears of a shortfall.
Chronic pain campaigners in the north-east have called for a "change of attitude" from the Scottish Government to tackle an appointment backlog.
The girl guide movement has attacked the Scottish Government for failing to support plans to offer free sanitary products to all women who need them.
The relationship between Holyrood and Westminster is at a “low ebb” and has deteriorated since Boris Johnson’s election victory, Scotland’s Constitutional Relations Secretary has said.
The Scottish Parliament has been urged to reject the UK Government’s Withdrawal Agreement.
Campaigners fighting to make salmon conservation a national priority will take their fight to the Scottish Parliament today amid fears dwindling stocks are reaching “crisis point”.
A timetable for what is likely to be the farming industry’s last-ever payment of Common Agricultural Policy support has been published by the Scottish Government, with the first tranche of money scheduled for February.
Hard-working NHS staff across the Highlands are being subjected to an increasing number of violent attacks.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) started the new year by calling on the Scottish Government to urgently address the “continual cry” of firms to “sort our business rates”.
The number of patients receiving treatment for Parkinson’s disease in Scotland has risen sharply, new figures show.
Official figures show that more than 7,800 baby boxes were delivered to expectant parents in the north and north-east during 2019.
Crisis funding activated by Moray Council to clear up the damage caused by torrential downpours during the summer has not been needed.
An Aberdeen business leader has pleaded for yearly cash to be invested into town centres by the Scottish Government to boost beleaguered areas.
An appeal to overturn planning permission for 11 homes in a Moray town has been thrown out.
A flagship government scheme to get people into work has been criticised after official figures revealed just 4.1 per cent of those who entered the process were still in work after 26 weeks.
The Scottish Government has demanded action to ensure that a proposed overhaul of UK immigration does not have a "serious impact" on fragile communities.
Government could consider change in law to remove convicted councillors in wake of Alan Donnelly sex offence
The Scottish Government could consider a change in the law to remove disgraced councillors from office sooner, in the wake of an Aberdeen councillor’s conviction as a sex offender.
Scotland’s First Minister has said the mandate for a new independence referendum is unarguable as she stakes her claim for the transfer of powers needed to hold another vote.
Nicola Sturgeon has called for a “coming together” of political parties in the Scottish Parliament to deliver a second independence referendum.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has instructed legal action be taken against a private contractor involved in building the crisis-hit Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH).
New funding has been announced to create “digital communities” among rural firms in Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon is to welcome the SNP’s new raft of MPs in Dundee following their “watershed” General Election win – and hours after discussing a second independence referendum with the Prime Minister.
Boris Johnson has reiterated his opposition to a second vote on Scottish independence during a call with Nicola Sturgeon, despite her saying it is now a “democratic right”.
A £1billion undersea energy cable to transmit renewable energy from the north of the Scotland to the rest of the country has been hailed as a "critical" part of the country's fight on climate change.
Western Isles Council seeks ‘level playing field’ through proposal of reduced rates to transport goods to islands
Western Isles Council has hit out at high costs of transporting goods to the islands demanding a discount scheme be introduced to create a “level playing field”.
Three whistleblowers of the NHS Highland bullying scandal have hit out at Health Secretary Jeane Freeman for “palming off” their requests to meet to discuss the implementation of the QC led independent inquiry.
The leader of Aberdeenshire Council has insisted that any tourism tax introduced would need to be locally controlled to secure his administration's backing.
The Scottish Government has endorsed plans for a holiday "pod" in Braemar, after the council rejected the scheme.