A Scottish Government minister has been pressed to deliver a funding boost for Moray during a visit to the region today.
Scottish Open fans will this weekend have the chance to experience the latest and one of the most innovative of Scotland’s anti-speeding campaigns being spearheaded by a Caithness woman.
An appeal has been issued by Shetland Islands Council relating to those who may have concerns over their private water supplies drying up during the current spell of dry weather.
A north MSP has sharply criticised Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) for basing a brand new centralised air traffic control system at Inverness airport.
School pupils from the Northern Isles are briefing passengers and crew in newly vamped safety announcements on board three NorthLink ferries.
Fears have been voiced by a north ferry operator that Scottish Government proposals designed to reduce fares could end up sinking business if it goes wrong.
Social care workers in Scotland who could face an “uncertain” future because of Brexit, with the greatest impact likely to be felt in the north east.
Scottish Government chiefs still cannot confirm the final opening date for the Aberdeen bypass - leading to claims city residents are losing patience.
The Scottish Government has been criticised for extending a fracking licence owned by petrochemical giant Ineos.
The Scottish Government has reportedly extended Ineos’s right to frack in Scotland by one year.
One Highlands and Islands MSP will travel over 2,000 miles as he undertakes a “summer surgery tour” to meet constituents and businesses.
A major piece of legislation granting further powers to island communities has been signed into law by the Queen.
Highland Council has completed the £5.275million purchase of a eyesore-buildings in the centre of Inverness to redevelop.
Highland councillors voted overwhelmingly yesterday to demand a share of the Scottish Government’s 2017-18 underspend of £453m.
Gillian Martin issues an apology for calling transgender students ‘hairy knuckled lipstick-wearing transitional laydees’
The north-east’s newest Scottish Government minister Gillian Martin today apologised “unreservedly” for “inappropriate and offensive” remarks she made about transgender people.
The royal family’s commercial property arm delivered £329.4 million to Treasury coffers last year amid what it described as a “challenging and uncertain market”.
NHS Grampian has agreed to move forward with a bid for more than £56 million of Scottish Government capital funding.
‘Bizarre’ twist as Moray housing development unanimously rejected by council could now become council houses
A Moray housing development that was unanimously rejected by the council could now become part of the authority’s housing stock.
The former owner of Ulva has questioned the tactics behind the community buy-out, claiming he was “kept in the dark” throughout.
A student from Peterhead is backing a Scottish Government campaign highlighting diversity across Scotland.
A north-east MSP has made a fresh plea for increased legal protection for police dogs.
New figures have sparked fears that a north-east council is being forced to dip into its reserves in the face of budget cuts.
Residents across the Highland region have experienced unfair delivery surcharges for a number of years.
The Scottish Government’s climate change ambitions and the wider anti-red meat lobby pose a bigger threat to the farming sector than Brexit, according to the chairman of the industry promotional body, Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).
It was an occasion many people thought they would never see.
Experts will examine ways to recycle the resources contained in Scotland’s sewage through a partnership between Scottish Water and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa),
Moray’s three most senior Conservatives have slammed the SNP Scottish Government for its “unfair” treatment of Moray Council.
Pupils across Scotland have received awards from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon recognising their reading achievements over the last year.
The Scottish Government has launched a £2 million innovation fund to be directed at the offshore wind sector with the aim of reducing development costs and improving health and safety.
Highland schoolchildren are spending their days in the worst buildings in Scotland, it has emerged.
Moray Council has been pressed to draw up urgent plans to review its school estate following the publication of damning Scottish Government statistics.
Young children in Scotland are eating more than a million sweet treats every week raising obesity fears, according to new analysis by Cancer Research UK.