There was a historic meeting in Burghead at the weekend, when a woman and a baby who were born in the same house 100 years apart met for the first time.
Thousands descend on Burghead year in, year out to celebrate its fiery New Year tradition - and this year was certainly no exception.
Huge flames leapt into the air as a Moray community celebrated the arrival of the New Year in its own unique style.
Revellers gathered in Burghead to celebrate the ancient fire ritual that involves carrying a collection of split casks set alight through the Moray village.
As the Moray fishing village of Burghead prepares to take part in an ancient New Year's tradition on Friday, we took a look back at some of the best pictures captured at the world famous event.
An ancient New Year's tradition will bring visitors from around the world to a Moray fishing village this week.
One of the most unique events on the Moray annual calendar takes place next week.
A woman was left with minor facial injuries after being robbed of a sum of cash worth more than £1,000.
Organisers of Burghead’s Boxing Day swim have estimated that this year’s fundraising total could reach more than £13,000.
More than 100 courageous souls have braved the chilly water of the Moray Firth to raise thousands of pounds for charity.
Ambitious plans to convert a historic ruin on a Moray beach into a holiday park have been met with a mixed response from locals.
A group of green-fingered volunteers from Moray have helped to transform a eyesore piece of land into a place worthy of its history.
A historic fishing boat in Moray has been restored to its prime by a squad of convicts performing community service.
Fishermen across Moray are hoping for a boost after finally being given 24-hour access to fuel.
Burghead hammer thrower Mark Dry is recovering from vital hip surgery and is setting his sights on winning a medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
Three friends who nursed their friend during her final months have set up a charity in Moray to help others prepare for death.
Youngsters in Moray schools will be given the chance to learn the pipes and drums after receiving a funding boost from a national music charity.
A supermarket has attracted criticism for mispronouncing the name of a famous Moray tradition – in an advert boasting about being proud of its local links.
The uncommonly still waters of the Moray Firth have been shark-filled in recent weeks - and visitors couldn’t be happier.
With coastal rowing growing in popularity throughout Britain, four Moray clubs have joined forces for a day of competitive racing.
More than 100 former students from a popular sea school are expected to arrive in Moray at the weekend - more than 40 years after the classes stopped.
A dredger with the specific job of clearing the entrances to Moray harbours has become stranded on a sandbank.
A military wives choir has provided a stirring soundtrack to the 100th birthday celebrations of a Moray village stalwart.
A group of north-east rowers had a lucky escape yesterday after their vessel capsized off the shore of a north town.
A life-saving device has been installed at a Moray harbour in tribute to a local stalwart who devoted his life to the port.
International students have toured some of Moray’s most historic attractions to draw up a vision for their future.
Hundreds of locals and visitors braved the subzero temperatures in one Moray village to watch the 1,600-year-old tradition of the Burning of the Clavie last night to mark the old New Year.
Tonight visitors from far and wide will descend on Burghead for the annual Burning of the Clavie festival.
A lot changes in 30 years, as the transformation in how people live today compared to the 1980s proves.
More than 60 swimmers took part in one of Moray’s coldest festive traditions yesterday.
An offshore worker has been fined almost £800 after sending his estranged wife a string of “menacing” text messages following their separation.
A driver who caused a fatal head-on road crash that resulted in a Moray motorcyclist being killed has been spared prison.