The chairman of Visit Scotland visited Moray yesterday to back the "real ambition" to establish a Tourism Business Improvement District (TBid) for the area.
Moray Speyside tourism
Proposals to create a new tourism agency in Moray, which will be funded by businesses, has been approved – paving the way for a ballot involving firms throughout the region.
Tourism firms in Moray consider paying voluntary levy amid fears sector could collapse without funding
Tourism businesses in Moray are considering voluntarily paying a levy to fund a new visitor initiative amid concerns the industry could collapse without funding.
A Speyside farmer has teamed up with a tour group to offer an insight into the whisky industry that is believed to be the first of its kind.
Tourism bosses in Moray believe their campaign to set up a new organisation to promote the region to a wider audience is gathering momentum.
Beach-goers in Moray urged to take rubbish home with them after forestry bins prove unable to cope with demand
Forestry bosses have urged visitors to popular Moray woodland to take their rubbish home after being left unable to cope with the amount of waste being left behind.
Concerns have been raised about the need for a tourism business improvement district at the first of 13 consultations in Moray.
Tourism businesses in Moray are being asked for their views on upcoming proposals which could shape the industry's future.
A driving route, created to promote the north-east, has received a funding boost to maintain the momentum from its opening season.
Six characters from Moray’s rich past have been chosen to front a new tourism project.
Scotland's national tourist organisation has backed a new campaign to transform Moray into a world-class tourism destination.
Moray's hidden gem golf courses have become centre stage in a new initiative designed to lure more visitors to the region to enjoy a sporting holiday.
Tourism businesses in Moray are to be balloted about whether they would be willing to pay a levy to support an agency dedicated to promoting the region.
Moray's tourism board has unveiled plans to secure its future and keep visitors coming to the region.
Astronomy enthusiasts are preparing to reach out to locals in the Cairngorms about the possibility of establishing an observatory.
Public toilets in Moray could be installed with wi-fi and tourism information screens in an effort to keep them open.
Moray public toilets could be turned into tourism hotspots – but not before a lot of work and time is put in
Moray public toilets in key tourism areas could be turned into wi-fi hotspots and tourism information sites to give them a more sustainable future.
Tourism businesses throughout the Moray, Speyside and Nairn areas are being given the chance to become more digital-savvy through a series of workshops at the end of January.
Salmon catches on one of Scotland’s most famous rivers have plummeted to an all-time low - prompting fears a “disaster” could be looming.
Ambitious plans to promote tourism in Moray have been given a boost after winning the backing of businesses.
A historic shop in a Moray town centre could soon find a new lease of life as tourist accommodation.
Tourism leaders have warned that a new ambitious scheme needs to be rolled out across the region to protect the industry and other businesses across Moray.
Nearly 1,000 cyclists have pounded roads, paths and tracks across the north-east as part of one of the country’s most scenic sporting challenges.
Record numbers of tourists visited Moray last year to deliver a massive economic boost.
Approval for a new hotel in Moray’s biggest town has been welcomed by tourism bosses.
Two towns on the Moray Firth coast have been named amongst the UK’s top beach holiday destinations.
A dozen tourism experts from Canada are due to tour Speyside next week in order to sell the region as a holiday destination.
Record tourism figures have been announced for Moray amid hopes of a booming summer for the region.
Tourism in Moray has been given a funding boost to promote the region as “Scotland in miniature”.
The darkest corners of the galaxy could soon become the latest attraction to draw tourists to Speyside.
Organisers have pulled the plug on a spectacular lights show in Moray due to poor ticket sales.
Hopes have been raised that new bike trails in Moray will attract a fresh wave of cyclists to the region.