Residents in one of Moray's most rural and scenic areas are being encouraged to shape its future for generations to come.
Moray's MSP is optimistic that woodland holiday accommodation and spectacular bike trails could be just the beginning of a new future for the Crown Estate in Moray.
Scotland's £130million sailing tourism sector could grow by more than a quarter over the next seven years, according to a new study.
Residents of the Western Isles have been urged to make their views on the future of the Crown Estate heard.
The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has appointed Alan Laidlaw as its new chief executive.
Another blow has been dealt to tidal power in Scotland.
Moray campaigners are calling on the Scottish Government to fine landowners who do not control harmful plants that are "killing the countryside".
The Scottish forestry industry produced a record 7.5 million tonnes of wood in 2014, accounting for 57% of all UK soft wood, figures revealed today will show.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell will visit Stornoway today to reaffirm Westminster's commitment to the islands.
Scottish aquaculture successes were celebrated at awards highlighting the industry’s growing contribution to the country’s economy.
Plans for more powers for Scottish islands councils will be unveiled later this summer.
A tenant farmer on the Glenlivet estate says the prospect of Crown Estate management being put in the hands of the local authority fills the farming community with "absolute horror".
A row broke out over Scottish Government plans for control of the revenues generated by the Crown Estate.
The biggest transfer of powers from Westminster to Holyrood since the establishment of the Scottish Parliament has been recommended by the Smith Commission on further devolution.
The heads of Scotland's island councils have backed proposals to devolve control over seabed revenues to Holyrood.
Boat owners will take part in crunch talks tonight over the future of a Moray harbour.
Moray MSP Richard Lochhead is to write to the chief executive of the Crown Estate over plans to axe boats in Portgordon harbour.
A Scottish Government minister has admitted he has no idea how much future proceeds of leasing out the seabed would be worth to the northern and western isles.
A recently opened mountain bike trail in Moray is already providing a boost to the region, according to a new study.
The Crown's Scottish property assets grew 12.5% in value to £267million during the year to March 31, new figures show.
Liberal Democrat MSP Tavish Scott has claimed that a Scottish Government pledge to hand net revenue from the seabed to northern isle councils was only worth £1.2million a year.
First Minister Alex Salmond has pledged to give Scotland's island communities all the money generated from the sea bed in exchange for a "yes" vote.
A Highland mussel farm has fallen foul of the authorities over unsightly industrial debris marring two scenic Argyll lochs.