Controversial top secret flights carrying Dounreay’s deadly nuclear waste from Scotland to the USA resumed at the weekend.
Controversial flights carrying Dounreay’s deadly nuclear waste from Scotland to the USA will continue until late next year.
A plane carrying weapons-grade nuclear waste to the US left the Highlands the day after the UK’s terror threat level was raised to “critical.”
The company responsible for decommissioning the former nuclear plant at Dounreay is looking for a contractor to take on an important aspect of the £1.6billion clean-up operation.
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.
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.
A worker who saved his company £1.5million missed out on a reward because he put in his idea a day late.
The ship at the centre of the Moray Firth fire drama is now alongside at Invergordon.
Police have confirmed that they have taken over the situation surrounding the the nuclear waste ship Parida which remains anchored at the mouth of the Cromarty Firth.