A controversial nuclear test site in Caithness has been shut down for the final time.
The UK Government has given assurances that efforts to clean up the Dounreay nuclear plant have "worked well" amid concerns about a similar project at Sellafield.
The operator of the Dounreay nuclear complex in Caithness has been ordered to clean up its act by regulators following a fire that caused a radioactivity leak.
A Highland politician has backed calls to reinstate an emergency tug in the Western Isles after a fire on board a boat carrying nuclear waste through north waters.
New underground containers for radioactive waste at Dounreay have been highly praised at Scotland's engineering "Oscars".
A worker who saved his company £1.5million missed out on a reward because he put in his idea a day late.
A tiny, rare flower which had to be moved to make way for a £110m nuclear waste dump, is now thriving in its new home, say botanists.
Alex Salmond has said regulations for the movement of nuclear waste should be devolved to the Scottish Parliament.
The ship at the centre of the Moray Firth fire drama is now alongside at Invergordon.
A fire broke out in the early hours in a building at the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) site at Dounreay in Caithness.
More highly radioactive material than previously thought has been discovered stuck in the core of Dounreay's famous domed reactor, its operators have revealed.
An investigation has been launched into the discovery of radioactive pollution outside the Dounreay nuclear complex in Caithness.
The leader of Western Isles Council has said he is "extremely concerned" about the prospect of ships carrying cargoes of nuclear waste close to the islands.
Cargoes of radioactive nuclear waste will be shipped around the north coastline from Caithness to Cumbria under new plans from bosses at the Dounreay plant.
The UK Government has announced it is investing an extra £50million towards the clean-up of the Dounreay nuclear plant.
The UK and Scottish governments have agreed to review the way nuclear leaks are reported following a controversial incident in the far north.
A Falkirk steel fixer working in the far north, has been caught driving while almost twice the legal drink limit.
Caithness residents are being assured not to panic when the site alarm sounds at Dounreay today.