Fears are growing for a Speyside granny who remains missing despite a massive search operation.
Anglers in Speyside are casting their hopes high for a bumper season again this year.
A clean-up operation got under way yesterday as Aviemore began to count the cost of flooding at the weekend.
Moray anglers spent seven months hooked to Scotland's fastest-flowing river this year as they celebrated a bumper catch.
Moray campaigners are calling on the Scottish Government to fine landowners who do not control harmful plants that are "killing the countryside".
A dolphin-watching centre has made a splash by being shortlisted for a prestigious tourism award.
An angler who died after being swept away while fishing on the River Spey is believed to have been visiting the area.
An angler died after being swept away while fishing on the River Spey.
A fisherman has died after after being swept away while fishing on the River Spey.
A Moray whisky distillery is toasting the latest step in a project designed to regenerate the wildlife of the River Spey.
Dining experiences can be a feast for the eyes, and an evening on board The Strathspey Railway ticks that box, but it's also a feast for the ears and memory, too.
An angler stranded on a tiny island feared he would die as torrential rain turned a river into a raging torrent.
North-east fishing boards have pulled together to block a major fishing firm from casting its nets into a scenic estuary home to fish populations currently on a knife-edge.
A massive search and rescue operation along the River Spey ended in tragedy yesterday with the recovery of a woman's body.
A group of women took to the banks of the Spey this weekend to tackle traditional notions of fishing as an exclusively male pursuit.
Anglers are pinning their hopes on 2015 being a better year as the opening of the salmon season on two major rivers looms.
Work is underway to create better conditions for freshwater pearl mussels following a dramatic decline of the species in a key Highland river.
An emergency response was triggered by a Territorial Army training exercise on the banks of the River Spey this morning.
Salmon and trout populations in the north and north-east could be under threat from an invasive crab classed as one of the top 100 worst alien species in the world, it has been claimed.
Millions of freshwater pearl mussels in the north's biggest river have been killed in the past 15 years.
The hunt is on for poachers who have been targeting endangered freshwater pearl mussels in the River Spey.
Dave Craig has two great passions in life. He loves the fast-flowing waters of the River Spey and he is also a Scotch whisky enthusiast.