Engineers involved in a major £500,000 project to replace a gas main crossing Scotland’s fastest-flowing river expect work to be finished by the end of June.
The cost of repairing and refurbishing one of Moray’s busiest river crossings have soared to £1.8million.
Europe's biggest salmon research project has commenced in the north-east of Scotland, with equipment installed at seven major rivers.
Repairs on a busy bridge in Moray will resume next week.
Fly-tippers who have brazenly dumped dozens of tyres at a beauty spot on Speyside have been branded “cowboys”.
Lifesaving equipment has been installed in Speyside to increase safety on Scotland’s fastest flowing river.
New rescue equipment has been installed alongside the River Spey in Moray, after concerns were raised about their absence.
Hundreds of anglers gathered on the banks of the River Spey yesterday in hope that its declining fortunes may soon be reversed.
Hopes are high that angling on one of Scotland’s most famous rivers will recover after plummeting to an all-time low last year.
Emergency services who were called to a false alarm following reports of someone being in trouble in the River Spey have stressed the caller “did the right thing”.
Emergency services flocked to a Moray river yesterday following reports that someone was in difficulty in the water.
Emergency services are attending an ongoing incident near to the River Spey, just off the A96 near Fochabers.
Crisis talks have been held in an attempt to plot the recovery of one of Scotland’s most famous rivers.
Salmon catches on one of Scotland’s most famous rivers have plummeted to an all-time low - prompting fears a “disaster” could be looming.
Fishery board told to cut back attempts to boost salmon stocks on River Spey by Scottish Governments
Bosses on one of the world’s most famous salmon rivers have found themselves at odds with the Scottish Government over how best to improve fish stocks.
Drones have been sent high into the sky above Speyside to locate have huge hidden patches of potentially dangerous invading plants.
Production at a north-east salmon hatchery will double in an attempt to save next year’s angling season on one of Scotland’s most famous rivers.
Garmouth resident at risk of flooding says low water level is ‘perfect time’ for River Spey maintenance
Fresh calls have been made to draw up solutions to ease flooding concerns at a Moray village that has been repeatedly been swamped by river water.
More talks have been scheduled in an effort to find a solution to stop plummeting salmon catches on the River Spey.
Warm weather prompts emergency talks to halt declining salmon catches on Spey as water drops to lowest level since 1976
Emergency talks have been scheduled in an attempt to reverse a dramatic decline in the amount of salmon caught on the River Spey.
Drought conditions have led to an unprecedented water shortage warning for the north and north-east.
Police have launched a major probe into two serious wildlife crimes in the Highlands - including the theft of golden eagle eggs.
Police in Moray are investigating the theft of binoculars from a fishing hut on the River Spey.
A maritime patrol craft from the Royal Navy has toured the north-east ahead of formal links being established with the force.
An environmental crisis was averted after 150 litres of fuel spilled into a burn which feeds into an important Moray salmon river.
Hundreds of anglers gathered on the banks of the fast-flowing River Spey to open this year’s salmon season.
Fears have been raised the imminent collapse of a century-old historic Moray home could be a sign of things to come.
Speyside campaigners are determined to take a step closer to solving the mystery of who owns a world-famous landmark.
Flood warnings have been issued across Moray with melting snow and rainfall predicted to cause rivers to breach their banks.
A spawning ground for salmon destined for the River Spey has been turned into a “disaster area” due to repeated floods.
Mystery shrouds the ownership of one of Scotland’s most iconic bridges - putting in jeopardy ambitious plans to repair it.
A special holiday home in Newtonmore picked up two golds in a national travel awards scheme and has been named the most unique property in the UK.