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’s beleaguered dredger has returned to operation after being tied up at a harbour for six months.
Users of a Moray harbour have hit out at the local authority for its "shocking" condition after a boat became beached on a sandbank.
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.
Moray's Council's £2.5million dredger has been labelled a "dramatic failure" two years after it was launched to much fanfare.
A Moray councillor has called for answers about the usefulness of the controversial dredger owned and operated by the local authority.
A lack of dredging at a Moray harbour is being blamed for badly affecting the livelihood of local fishermen and causing health and safety concerns.
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.
A dredger with the specific job of clearing the entrances to Moray harbours has become stranded on a sandbank.
A dredger which cost cash-strapped Moray Council £2.4million has only performed about six months of work since it was launched last April.
Scotland's only publicly-owned dredger is working away from home for the first time.
Moray Council has claimed its £2.5million dredger satisfied all expectations during 2016 - despite being berthed for months because of a staffing crisis.
Moray Council's £2.5million dredger did not carry out a single job for four months.
Youngsters from a Buckie primary school were given a special message from the Queen as they helped launch a £2.5million dredger.
Moray Council's new £2.5million dredger has gone to sea for the first time and taken up a berth in the region's biggest harbour.