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Moray Labour urge local MSPs to resign ministerial positions to oppose Scottish Budget

Moray Labour urge local MSPs to resign ministerial positions to oppose Scottish Budget

Moray Labour urge local MSPs to resign ministerial positions to oppose Scottish Budget

14 February 2024

MORAY Labour say that the "personal sacrifice" is worth it as "local services matter more".


Making the internet safer for all with the introduction of a new law to protect vulnerable people

Making the internet safer for all with the introduction of a new law to protect vulnerable people

Making the internet safer for all with the introduction of a new law to protect vulnerable people

03 February 2024

A new offence which makes it a crime to encourage or assist another person to self-harm has now come into effect.


Farming union NFU Scotland challenges the creation of new National Parks

Farming union NFU Scotland challenges the creation of new National Parks

Farming union NFU Scotland challenges the creation of new National Parks

02 February 2024

After a well attended meeting held in Skye, farming union NFU Scotland is to host national a webinar to inform members about the nomination process.


How will we cope with increasingly extreme weather?

How will we cope with increasingly extreme weather?

How will we cope with increasingly extreme weather?

31 January 2024

Members of the public are being asked to give their views on the impact of climate change.


Yousaf urged to return promised £46 million agriculture funding

Yousaf urged to return promised £46 million agriculture funding

Yousaf urged to return promised £46 million agriculture funding

31 January 2024

Humza Yousaf has been urged to “stop using farmers as a scapegoat” and return the remaining £46 million of funding to the Scottish agriculture budget.


Elgin and Keith bypasses at risk of ‘more A96 backtracking’?

Elgin and Keith bypasses at risk of ‘more A96 backtracking’?

Elgin and Keith bypasses at risk of ‘more A96 backtracking’?

29 January 2024

MORAY councillors have raised concerns that a "cast iron" pledge on Elgin and Keith bypasses could be felled by "more backtracking".


NHS urged: Be 'fully transparent' over sewage leak and destroyed records in Dr Gray's

NHS urged: Be 'fully transparent' over sewage leak and destroyed records in Dr Gray's

NHS urged: Be 'fully transparent' over sewage leak and destroyed records in Dr Gray's

23 January 2024

MORAY politicians have reacted to the "deeply alarming" destruction of several hundred patient records by a sewage leak at Dr Gray's Hospital.


Richard Lochhead presents Moray Women's Aid with cheque for £1900

Richard Lochhead presents Moray Women's Aid with cheque for £1900

Richard Lochhead presents Moray Women's Aid with cheque for £1900

23 January 2024

THE funds were raised through Mr Lochhead's Christmas card competition.


Will 39 approved council houses leave tenants "trapped" outside Moray village?

Will 39 approved council houses leave tenants "trapped" outside Moray village?

Will 39 approved council houses leave tenants "trapped" outside Moray village?

22 January 2024

A RECENTLY-approved Moray Council development could leave residents feeling stuck and isolated.


Will 39 approved council houses leave tenants "trapped" outside Moray village?

Will 39 approved council houses leave tenants "trapped" outside Moray village?

Will 39 approved council houses leave tenants "trapped" outside Moray village?

19 January 2024

A RECENTLY-approved Moray Council development could leave residents feeling stuck and isolated.


Date revealed for briefing on A96 dualling fate

Date revealed for briefing on A96 dualling fate

Date revealed for briefing on A96 dualling fate

15 January 2024

FIRST Minister Humza Yousaf has revealed the date for an upcoming briefing on the future of A96 dualling plans.


BREAKING: Scotland to "replicate" English XL Bully rules, First Minister Humza Yousaf confirms

BREAKING: Scotland to "replicate" English XL Bully rules, First Minister Humza Yousaf confirms

BREAKING: Scotland to "replicate" English XL Bully rules, First Minister Humza Yousaf confirms

11 January 2024

SCOTTISH XL Bully dogs will be subject to the same controversial rules introduced in England, First Minister Humza Yousaf has confirmed.


Ministers move to quash Scottish Post Office scandal victim convictions

Ministers move to quash Scottish Post Office scandal victim convictions

Ministers move to quash Scottish Post Office scandal victim convictions

10 January 2024

First Minister Humza Yousaf has written to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to exonerate those wrongly convicted of criminal offences under Scottish Law.


Anti-Terrorism scheme: North of Scotland referrals fall, but most are from far-right

Anti-Terrorism scheme: North of Scotland referrals fall, but most are from far-right

Anti-Terrorism scheme: North of Scotland referrals fall, but most are from far-right

10 January 2024

NORTH of Scotland referrals to a terrorism prevention programme have nearly halved, new figures show.


DOUGLAS ROSS: Year of change, challenges and opportunities ahead as time at Westminster draws to a close

DOUGLAS ROSS: Year of change, challenges and opportunities ahead as time at Westminster draws to a close

DOUGLAS ROSS: Year of change, challenges and opportunities ahead as time at Westminster draws to a close

07 January 2024

A WEEK, as the saying goes, is a long time in politics so a year can bring with it a seemingly never-ending rollercoaster of challenges and triumphs.


Your views sought over managing Scottish deer numbers for nature and climate

Your views sought over managing Scottish deer numbers for nature and climate

Your views sought over managing Scottish deer numbers for nature and climate

06 January 2024

It is estimated there are now around 1 million wild deer in Scotland, figures which show they require proper management.


YEAR-late A96 dualling review 'broken promise to Moray and north east'

YEAR-late A96 dualling review 'broken promise to Moray and north east'

YEAR-late A96 dualling review 'broken promise to Moray and north east'

04 January 2024

A YEAR after the Scottish Government's deadline for an A96 dualling review outcome – politicians have attacked the “completely unacceptable” delay.


Look back: 50 years ago saw the stark reality of the Three-Day Week

Look back: 50 years ago saw the stark reality of the Three-Day Week

Look back: 50 years ago saw the stark reality of the Three-Day Week

02 January 2024

1974 started with the implementation of the Three-Day Week to conserve electricity in the face of restricted fuel supplies.


DOUGLAS ROSS: Looking ahead to year of big changes

DOUGLAS ROSS: Looking ahead to year of big changes

DOUGLAS ROSS: Looking ahead to year of big changes

31 December 2023

AS we look back on 2023, I truly believe things are looking brighter across Moray, writes Moray MP and Highlands and Islands MSP Douglas Ross.


‘Horrific’ figures show 11 people have died and almost 70 seriously injured on A96 amid calls for road to be fully dualled

‘Horrific’ figures show 11 people have died and almost 70 seriously injured on A96 amid calls for road to be fully dualled

‘Horrific’ figures show 11 people have died and almost 70 seriously injured on A96 amid calls for road to be fully dualled

29 December 2023

NEW figures show that 11 people have died and 69 have been seriously injured on the A96 in the last four years.


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