Dounreay’s operators have been rapped after a radioactive leak from the Caithness site.
Tributes have been paid to Dounreay’s acting managing director Steve Beckitt who has died at the age of 55.
Japanese nuclear industry bosses to learn lessons from multi-million-pound Dounreay decommissioning project
A Highland councillor has forged links with Japanese nuclear industry bosses to share knowledge of the multi-million pound Dounreay decommissioning project.
The operators of Dounreay nuclear plant have bought an extra stand-by generator following a lightning strike this summer which left the site briefly without power.
The operators of Scotland’s national museum are being encouraged to rethink the way they portray the Dounreay nuclear site.
Work is set to restart on preparations to empty Dounreay’s notorious underground radioactive nuclear dump.
Plans to hook Orkney to the national grid could take a step forward this week with councillors being urged to approve proposals for a new electricity substation on the Caithness coast.
Experts are claiming the find of americium in a tiny shard of reprocessed fuel washed up on the foreshore of the Dounreay atom plant did not pose a significant risk to human health.
A £75,000-a-year fire chief is being sought at Dounreay nuclear power plant in Caithness.
A training venture is being refined to help ensure the far north has a pool of youngsters with the skills needed as Dounreay runs down.
Ministry of Defence chiefs are pledging that community representatives in Caithness will be fully consulted over the wind-down of the Vulcan naval submarine test base.
Workers were evacuated from part of Dounreay after radioactive contamination was detected there, it has emerged.
Nearly half of a fund run by Dounreay’s operators to help the far north weather the terminal rundown of the nuclear plant went unspent last year.
The proposed spaceport in north Sutherland offers more benefits to the area than just the direct jobs which it would create.
MSPs have hailed plans to build the UK’s first spaceport in the Highlands as a “giant leap” for the local economy – and an “absolute lifeline” for the remote north coast.
More than 80 academics have thrown their backing behind a campaign to ensure significant artefacts from a museum in the Highlands remain in the region.
They are renowned as some of science fiction's most feared villains, and have struck terror into the hearts of civilisations across the universe during more than 50 years on Doctor Who.
A grieving family is asking former Dounreay workers to come forward and help them as they seek justice after losing their father to cancer caused by exposure to asbestos.
The country's oldest nuclear reactor is to be razed to the ground in the next three years.
The last reported flight taking high-grade nuclear material from Dounreay in Caithnesss has taken place.
Anti-radiation pills have been withdrawn from residents living near a Highland nuclear facility.
A landslip next to the A9 near Helmsdale has sparked community fears that Caithness and north Sutherland could be completely cut off.
The Highlands is to have the first spaceport in the UK - sparking a jobs boom potentially worth £3.8 billion to the economy.
Cavendish Nuclear has signed two further framework deals totalling £10 million to support decommissioning work at Dounreay.
Supplier Cavendish Nuclear has announced today that it has signed two further framework deals with Dounreay nuclear site totalling £10 million.
The far north is gradually weaning itself off its long-time dependence on Dounreay, according to a jobs creation thinktank.
The public sector taskforce spearheading the drive to replace jobs being shed at Dounreay is hopeful of success - and a prominent union has suggested the answer is in space.
When there is a big employer in the area, families often work together - and it seems dogs are no exception.
The growth of tourism in the far north will pave the way for a bright future in the region’s economy after the demise of the Dounreay nuclear power plant, according to a UK Government minister.
Some of the most deadly radioactive material left at Dounreay in Caithness will be gone in a year, it has been revealed.
Controversial flights carrying Dounreay’s deadly nuclear waste from Scotland to the USA will continue until late next year.
The "highest single remaining hazard" at a Scottish nuclear site is being removed.