The answer to tackling the worldwide scourge of malaria could lie in the humble bowl of soup, scientists say.
Pupils from a Moray high school saw their souped-up recipes become a reality when they visited one of the region’s most well-known factories.
A Cullen hotel has retained its crown as the best in the world when it comes to making the creamy soup named after the village.
A charitable trust which continues the legacy of a pair of Moray soup magnates has ladled out its latest round of donations.
A charitable trust set up to continue the legacy of a beloved Moray business duo has created a trophy for young talent at the Highland Military Tattoo.
A Highlands and Islands politician has called for the government to help workers facing the sack from a Moray food firm.
The cream of Scotland's amateur cooks will compete in an upcoming contest celebrating one of Moray's proudest culinary creations.
The deadline for a competition celebrating one of Scotland's most beloved soups is looming.
Scotland's soup queen Ena Baxter was born at Drumblair House in Aberdeenshire on August 12, 1924, and brought up in nearby Huntly.
As January's midway mark arrives, there's a good chance many of us are already hanging our heads in shame after breaking our New Year resolutions.
The third world Cullen Skink Championship will be staged in the classic soup's home port this weekend.