A UK Government minister is expected to be pressed for a timescale on when Moray’s bid for £200million will be decided.
Renewable energy trade bodies have hit out at UK Government policy, as new data suggests that onshore windfarm numbers are set to plummet over the next four years.
A UK Government defence minister believes growth deal funding for Moray will strengthen the bond between the region and its military bases.
The UK Government has been criticised as “out of touch” for failing to introduce legislation to prevent customers in the north of Scotland being ripped-off with excess delivery fees.
An Aberdeenshire woman woman claims she and her Egyptian husband feel “less than garbage” after he was denied entry to the UK for a family wedding.
Another 100 companies have been accused of fleecing customers across the north of Scotland with excess delivery charges.
The UK Government has announced a £600 million support package for offshore wind power which could be “transformative” for remote island communities.
MPs have told the UK and Scottish governments to stop bickering over broadband provision and get on with delivering investment.
UK Government taskforce earmarks north-east for carbon capture and storage bonanza – three years after pulling plug on near identical plan
A UK Government taskforce has highlighted Peterhead as a key region to deploy Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology, less than three years after Westminster cut a £1 billion fund to develop it.
More than 8,000 military personnel will have their salaries protected from income tax increases in Scotland.
A council chief has slammed the Scottish Government for ignoring pleas to help pay for a £333 million exhibition centre while considering contributing to a similar project in Glasgow.
The Highlands is to have the first spaceport in the UK - sparking a jobs boom potentially worth £3.8 billion to the economy.
Theresa May has hailed the award of a £20 billion contract to the British defence giant BAE Systems to build a new generation of warships for Australia.
British defence giant BAE Systems has won a 35 billion Australian dollar (£20 billion) contract to build a new fleet of warships for Australia.
Residents across the Highland region have experienced unfair delivery surcharges for a number of years.
A damning new report has revealed some of the worst explanations given by leading UK firms for not appointing women to boardroom roles.
The bosses of companies plaguing people with nuisance calls could be hit with fines of up to £500,000 under new proposals to “stamp them out”.
A UK Government minister has insisted they want to “make progress” on a multi-million pound bid for funding for Moray.
The UK Government today unveiled a new package of support measures for shale gas developments, including the creation of a £1.6million fund.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) said yesterday a £3.6 billion deal struck with the US Department for Justice was a “milestone moment” in its efforts to clean up the business.
A Brexit agreement is still possible between Scottish and UK governments, according to Scottish Secretary David Mundell.
The north-east has become “integral to national security” as UK bids to combat the increasing threat posed by an aggressive Russia.
Animal lovers have been urged to contribute to a UK Government consultation that could see the use of controversial electric shock dog collars outlawed.
Firms are being scrambled to bid for the £100million contract for the overhaul of a north-east military base.
Millions of UK workers risk missing out on basic rights because they work for outsourced companies so cannot challenge minimum wage or holiday pay abuses, according to the TUC.
The UK Government has been urged to “stump up the cash” to back a multi-million pound vision for the transformation of Moray.
Ruth Davidson has signalled that the North Sea oil and gas industry could be close to securing a £1trillion boost from the UK Government.
Fishing leaders have called for “political backbone” to be shown in Brexit talks to try to regain full control of stocks and access to waters.
Remote Scottish island communities have welcomed news the European Commission will not stand in their way when submitting windfarm plans in the next Contract for Difference (CfD) auction round.
New figures have confirmed that communities across the north and north-east suffer from the lowest levels of superfast broadband access in Britain.
Shock figures show that the number of crisis cash applications from hard-pressed families have more than doubled in the Highlands and the north-east in the last four years.
UK Government staff from across the world have been recorded reciting Address to a Haggis for Burns Night. The video, which includes John Porter from RAF Lossiemouth, is intended to celebrate the life and works of Robert Burns, one of Scotland’s most famous international cultural exports.