A major search opperation was launched yesterday following reports of two children being seen in a disused fabrication yard near Ardersier.
A section of a Moray Firth port has been sealed off after sea water carved a hole in one of its piers.
Miniature "bird backpacks" or tiny tracking tags on tail feathers could help reveal how wild birds move around offshore wind farms.
Showdown talks are due to take place between energy bosses and Moray fishermen who claim to have had equipment destroyed in “creel wars”.
The carbon dioxide storage potential of a site in the Moray Firth has been significantly overstated, new research suggests.
A boy who had to learn how to walk again after suffering a life-threatening brain tumour has taken to the waves on a surf board.
Statoil this morning confirmed a UK North Sea discovery.
A former instructor at a popular sea school is planning a reunion for some of the 28,000 students who once took part in classes at the site.
Concerned sealife enthusiasts taking part in a national campaign raised the alarm after seeing whales dangerously close to the Moray Firth coast.
A massive aircraft carrier has arrived in the Moray Firth as part of gruelling shakedown tests before joining the military's front line.
Safety fears have been reignited on the anniversary of an RAF Tornado crash over the Moray Firth which killed three airmen.
The events that happened after the tragic Tornado crash:
Hundreds of sea life enthusiasts have been treated to a bonanza of sightings off the Moray coastline.
Wildlife enthusiasts in Moray have organised a weekend of whale and dolphin events to capitalise on a surge of interest in the majestic sea mammals.
Dozens of residents in a scenic Moray village are preparing to campaign for the creation of a cafe in their community.
A fisherman has warned "creel wars" could be sparked in the Moray Firth amid claims a massive wind farm will dramatically reduce catching grounds.
Speyside's Malt Whisky Trail could form the backbone of a tourist trail in Moray to rival the North Coast 500.
A group of school pupils received a surprise visit from a pod of playful dolphins during a swimming session in the Moray Firth.
A dolphin which suffered horrific sunburn across 40% of its body last year, when it washed up on a Highland beach, has made a "mind-blowing" recovery.
PICTURES: Incredible images reveal moment Moray Firth dolphin launches salmon in the air before gulping it down in one go
These fascinating pictures show a bottlenose dolphin tossing a whole salmon up in the air and gobbling it up in one go.
Council officials in Moray have been branded "spoil sports" for trying to enforce a ban on a cherished tradition that has spanned generations.
A photography book focussed on the playful colony of dolphins in the Moray Firth has won an national award.
Whale-watching lessons have been organised to capitalise on the increasing numbers of wildlife enthusiasts to the Moray coast.
A study to examine fish in the River Spey has found that more than one in six of them could be contaminated with microplastics.
Bomb squad experts have delicately moved a World War II missile towards the Moray coast as they get ready to blow it up.
Bomb squad experts have delicately moved an unexploded missile towards the Moray coast as they prepare to detonate it.
This is the moment a wildlife enthusiast's dream came true as he encountered some of nature's most amazing animals at close range in the Moray Firth.
A Norwegian vessel is stranded in the Moray Firth.
A group of killer whales could have departed their traditional hunting grounds in the waters of Orkney and Shetland to prey on seals in the Moray Firth.
A north-east lifeboat is assisting a yacht which ran into trouble in the Moray Firth. The Buckie lifeboat is currently towing the vessel back to safety, having been called out at 7pm. It is believed to have suffered propeller problems. Nobody is said to be injured.
Fears have been raised that a coastal protection zone could be used as a "weapon" against north-east trawlermen.
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