Calls have been made for Moray Council’s dredger to focus on its own harbours following trips outside the region for commercial contracts.
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.
A Moray fisherman fears he could be left high and dry for several months after his vessel sank to the bottom of a harbour - but is just relieved he still has it.
A coastguard spokeswoman has confirmed that crews are in attendance at an "ongoing incident" at Burghead Harbour in Moray.
Moray Council’s dredger will soon begin to visit the region’s smaller harbours after returning to operation in Buckie.
A Moray fishing village is receiving a very healthy boost from the fuel tank installed at its harbour six months ago.
A Moray councillor has called for answers about the usefulness of the controversial dredger owned and operated by the local authority.
More than 100 courageous souls have braved the chilly water of the Moray Firth to raise thousands of pounds for charity.
A historic fishing boat in Moray has been restored to its prime by a squad of convicts performing community service.
Fishermen across Moray are hoping for a boost after finally being given 24-hour access to fuel.
More than 100 former students from a popular sea school are expected to arrive in Moray at the weekend - more than 40 years after the classes stopped.
A dredger with the specific job of clearing the entrances to Moray harbours has become stranded on a sandbank.
Fears have been raised that bin bags stuffed with building materials dumped at a Moray harbour will spark a spate of fly-tipping.
A would-be yachtsman has had his passion for sailing restored - only days after sinking the craft he had spent five years restoring.
A clean-up operation was launched at a Moray harbour after fuel and paint spilled into the water.
A clean up operation is under way at Burghead Harbour after a vessel belonging to Moray Council began to leak fuel earlier this evening.
A fisherman last night revealed he thought he was going to "lose everything" after his trawler lost power and started drifting towards rocks off the Moray shore.
While thoughts are focused currently on Christmas Day, there’s still plenty of red-letter days to come before 2015, writes Susan Welsh