Fresh calls to dredge a Moray harbour have been made amid fears its condition means a slipway is unusable.
Demands have been made to have a “plan B” for when Moray Council’s beleaguered dredger is not capable of going to sea.
Moray Council insists the problems that caused its much-maligned dredger to be tied up for more than six months are behind it.
Moray Council is poised to persevere with its much-maligned dredger after it was revealed that selling it would result in a massive loss.
Moray Council’s dredger will soon begin to visit the region’s smaller harbours after returning to operation in Buckie.
Moray Council has pledged to continue to allow access to a popular harbour pier once repairs have been completed.
Moray Council’s beleaguered dredger has returned to operation after being tied up at a harbour for six months.
Moray Council’s former dredger, which was sold for scrap seven years ago, still operating while its replacement sits idle
The commissioning of Moray Council’s beleaguered dredger has been questioned after it emerged its predecessor is still operating – seven years after being sold for scrap.
A top government minister insisted yesterday Brexit will lead to a revitalised fishing industry in the north-east of Scotland.
A Moray councillor has called for answers about the usefulness of the controversial dredger owned and operated by the local authority.
Moray councillors have demanded a report to determine whether the local authority's dredger is a “white elephant” amid reports it has not moved for at least three months.
Work to repair a busy Moray harbour has begun.
A woman has died after falling into the water at a Moray port despite the desperate attempts of local heroes to save her.
A woman has been pulled from the water off the coast of a Moray town.
A huge supply vessel had to reverse into a Moray port in order to squeeze through its narrow entrance.
Councillors yesterday backed plans for major improvement works to be carried out at Buckie Harbour.
A Buckie man has launched what is believed to be the town’s first locally built and owned fishing boat in about 30 years.
A council worker on a ride-on mower fell into the River Lossie in just one of dozens of work-place accidents recorded last year.
A fisherman was rescued from his vessel just minutes before it sank to the floor of the Moray Firth.
Construction of a new industrial estate to support the regeneration of a Moray port is expected to be completed this week.
Showdown talks are due to take place between energy bosses and Moray fishermen who claim to have had equipment destroyed in “creel wars”.
A Moray port is preparing to capitalise on a jobs boost following the award of a contract for a massive offshore wind farm.
A massive wide load has been delivered to its destination after police escorts were used to guide it through Moray.
Moray's biggest port has become the subject of an art exhibition, with paintings reflecting both its decline and hopes for a vibrant future.
Two 13-year-old girls have been charged with starting a fire that destroyed a Moray office block causing more than £10,000 worth of damage.
One of Moray's most historic industries is poised for a major revival after a firm vowed to invest more than £1million.
A fisherman has warned "creel wars" could be sparked in the Moray Firth amid claims a massive wind farm will dramatically reduce catching grounds.
A blaze at an abandoned shipyard has sparked calls to secure the site amid fears it has become a "hive" of drinking, vandalism and fly-tipping.
Moray's biggest harbour has a new face at the helm as it prepares to branch out even further into new industries.
The arrival of a massive cargo vessel into a Moray port has been hailed as evidence of the harbour's huge potential to attract foreign visitors.
A bid has been received to revitalise a prominent site at Moray's biggest port.