A boil water notice issued almost a fortnight ago in a Moray community has been lifted.
Scottish Water has advised customers in Tomnavoulin that the advisory notice has been removed and their water can now be used normally.
Routine sampling at the Tomnavoulin Water Treatment Works previously suggested higher than normal levels of a microscopic organism called cryptosporidium, prompting the advice to customers to boil their water before consuming it.
During its investigations, Scottish Water uncovered some mechanical problems with the membrane treatment equipment at the treatment works which requires significant remedial work.
This work is continuing, and until it is completed, tankers filled with water will supply the treatment works allowing residents to use their water as normal.