Proposed changes to Aberdeen bin workers' contracts, which caused unions to threaten strikes, will not go ahead.
Island ferries could face a "real problem" as a result of sending rubbish to England to meet a Scottish ban on landfill.
The National Trust has said it plans to take serious action on anti-social behaviour in Glen Etive by bringing together partners and community to discuss the growing problem.
Residents living in a remote Highland glen are calling for a council bylaw to bring to an end all-night parties, bonfires and discarded rubbish.
Tourism spots across the north are blighted with thrown away litter, it was claimed yesterday.
It’s one of Scotland’s most famous locations.
A young girl from Inverness who created a truly rubbish dress out of marine litter said she hopes to inspire a sea change in public attitudes towards pollution.
A company has been forced to apologise after bags of used car parts were dumped along a popular coastal path.
The Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has become the first council in Scotland to pledge to go plastic straw-free.
More than 264lbs of rubbish was removed from Britain’s highest mountain by volunteers at the weekend.
Councillor fury after “unacceptable” BBQ louts leave scorch marks and beer bottles at playing fields
A councillor has hit out at lazy picnickers who left scorch marks on a freshly-cut playing field and beer bottles strewn about.
Council leaders are unlikely to cut back bin collections in the north-east despite a £26million budget hole.
Teams of volunteers will scour the UK's three highest peaks at the weekend collecting rubbish left behind by this summer's visitors.
Glencoe in Lochaber is one of Scotland's most beautiful glens and a magnet for tourists.
Banana skins and apple and orange peel are among the piles of rubbish collected by volunteer litter-pickers on Ben Nevis each year.
The recent spell of warm weather appears to have led to an increase in the amount of litter dumped in one of Scotland's most picturesque glens.
Plans to extend a tip in Elgin to address the "odour issue" at one of its plants have been drafted up.
Bin bags full of rubbish, broken bottles, drinks cans and human excrement are just some of the items that are spoiling one of Scotland's most picturesque glens.
Empty bottles recycled by Aberdeen residents could end up as sand in golf course bunkers, while tin cans may be used for aeroplane parts, waste chiefs have revealed.
Moray Council obviously means well, but how will people react to random visits by officials to check how they dispose of their rubbish?