A football club has told fans not to feed seagulls around its ground and warned that anyone caught doing so will be removed.
A new scheme is being launched that aims to combat the gull menace that has been plaguing Moray's biggest town for years.
A masterplan to fight back against menacing gulls in Moray’s biggest town is being drawn up following a surge in complaints.
Community groups in a coastal town are urging residents to help them tackle gulls.
"Ageing" NHS buildings in the Highlands are being plagued by hundreds of pest control incidents - including bats flying through hospitals and seagulls diving at new mums with babies.
Hundreds of pounds has been spent dealing with "menacing" gulls at a north-east super jail.
Work to crackdown on pesky gulls in a north-east town centre has begun.
Residents of a leafy Aberdeen community claim they are being terrorised by a gang of gulls.
Feasting on junk food stolen from unsuspecting Aberdonians may be making gulls increasingly aggressive, according to an academic researching the “misunderstood” birds.
A bird charity has warned health and safety rules could come into play before lasers can be used to tackle Elgin’s gull problem.
A project to combat a gull infestation is seeking additional funding.
A councillor has volunteered to climb on to the roof of a Moray school to lead the fight against menacing gulls.
Drones could be used in the battle against menacing gulls in Moray.
Birds of prey being used to deter gulls in north-east towns are leading to an increased workload for rescuers.
They have been labelled the "rats of the sky", are notorious scavengers known to nab food from the hands of the unsuspecting and keep residents in north and north-east coastal communities awake long into the night
Barely a day seems to pass without another horror story about gulls hitting the headlines.
A Moray woman who was left bruised and bloodied by an aggressive gull claims her town is living in fear of the increasingly violent birds.
Police in Inverness yesterday issued a safety warning after snowball cakes full of poisonous pills were found in the in the Merkinch area of Inverness.
Moray Council is urging the public not to feed gulls in an attempt to rid the birds from the areas they currently menace.
Council bosses have produced a "seagull survivor's guide" to help residents tackle problem birds.
The public in Moray are to be warned over the dangers of sea gulls ahead of the next breeding season.
He was supposed to strike fear into the hearts of his foes as he swooped and circled above a north-east town.
A hawk will watch over Stonehaven next week in a bid to rid the town of gulls.
Scavenging gulls are giving schoolchildren a bad name, a head teacher has claimed.