An intriguing battle is being fought in Argyll and Bute, one of the largest constituencies in Scotland, where a slender 1,328 majority is being defended by the SNP’s Brendan O’Hara.
Russia’s military will this week undertake a sweeping drill of its strategic nuclear forces.
North Korea said it will not meet with the United States for more “sickening negotiations” unless it abandons its “hostile policy” towards the country.
Prosecutors in the only criminal trial involving the 2011 Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown have appealed against the acquittal of three former Tokyo Electric Power Co executives.
Work is set to restart on preparations to empty Dounreay’s notorious underground radioactive nuclear dump.
Israel’s prime minister has unveiled what he said was a previously undisclosed Iranian nuclear weapons site, further escalating a showdown between the two countries.
Wood chief executive Robin Watson insisted yesterday the Aberdeen-based energy service giant was getting its debt under control.
The site of Britain’s worst nuclear accident is to be dismantled as part of the wider decommissioning of the Sellafield nuclear plant.
Another plane carrying highly radioactive waste, en route to the United States, left the Highlands at the weekend amid intense security.
More nuclear tests are set to be carried out for contamination on beaches in the Far North.