Heavy rain and gale force winds caused disruption across the north as Storm Erik blew in today.
Flood alerts have been issued for large swathes of Scotland, with some parts bracing themselves for five days’ worth of rain in the space of 24 hours.
Official new figures have revealed Buchan as the home of two of the most environmentally unfriendly industrial sites in Scotland.
The ban on burning plastic on farms comes into force in just nine days’ time.
A reminder of the severe penalties farm pollution can incur has been issued by agricultural insurers, Farmers and Mercantile.
Farmers are being offered help to improve tree planting schemes to make them more effective at capturing airborne ammonia and reducing air pollution.
A flood alert has been issued for Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen city.
There's an old, probably apocryphal, story, which tells that in medieval Glasgow, workers downed tools if they were fed salmon more than three times a week, so plentiful were the fish in the River Clyde.
A flood warning has been issued for part of the coast between Fraserburgh and Rosehearty.
Sandbags have been made available to homes in Stonehaven preparing for a red flood warning overnight.
Tough new rules are being brought in for salmon farms after a major study raised concerns about chemicals used to treat sea lice.
Residents of an Aberdeenshire village attended a fiery public meeting to try and find out who is to blame for a strange stink in the air that has blighted the area for decades.
Two fire crews are currently assisting residents to safety after the River Oykel burst its banks this morning.
Storm Ali caused disruption across swathes of the north yesterday as motorists, rail and ferry passengers were hit.
Flood-hit towns and villages across the north and north-east have had their defences bolstered following the launch of a £420million warning scheme.
Environmental health has received notification of a suspected growth of blue green algae at Loch of Clickimin in Lerwick.
Farmers and crofters have been told to prepare for a complete ban on the burning of plastics and most agricultural waste from the start of next year.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) is investigating after thousands of young salmon became trapped in the gates of two hydro dams in the Highlands.
Environmental officials are investigating after dozens of car tyres were dumped just feet from one of Scotland’s National Parks.
An amber "be alert" flood warning has been issued for parts of the north-east.
The prospective developers of a controversial budget hotel on a gap site in Thurso are facing objections about the proposed water treatment system.
Flood alerts have been issued across the north and north-east of Scotland.
Residents of an Aberdeenshire town have complained about the strong smell of sewage coming from a burn.
An environmental watchdog has launched a probe into reports of sanitary products among other detritus found in the polluted waterways of an Aberdeen park.
Councillors have agreed to extend the deadline for the closure of an illegal travellers site at St Cyrus to avoid any “direct action” by the authority and allow time for other “positive” options to be devised.
A Ballater shopkeeper has vowed to stop cars driving through the village high street to protect retailers if it is hit by flash flooding today.
Amber flood alerts have been issued for every part of mainland Scotland this afternoon.
Bathers at an Aberdeenshire beauty spot got a nasty shock after sewage was found to be flowing into the River Dee.
The thousands who will take to beaches across the north to enjoy the weekend’s warm weather can take a refreshing dip safe in the knowledge that the water quality at several spots has been graded “excellent”.
A flood-hit Moray coastal village could soon be classed as vulnerable by environmental experts enabling it to access funds for protection measures.
A government environment watchdog could launch an investigation into polluted waterways at a popular Aberdeen park.
Figures show only 35 people convicted of illegal fly-tipping in 15 years across the north of Scotland
Only 35 convictions have been made for illegal fly-tipping offences across the north and north-east in the last 15 years, according to the latest figures.