Buckie and District Community council has launched a social media appeal for the public to report sightings of vandalism of the town’s public toilets.
Patrons of an Aberdeen bar might feel as though they have taken a step back in time during renovation works this week.
A charity for older people has called on ScotRail to reverse an unpopular decision to increase the cost of using the toilet at its stations.
New public loos for a world famous Skye beauty spot have stalled after designers drastically failed to estimate the massive influx of tourists - now peaking at 1,000 users-a-day.
Seafarers to Tarbert Harbour are in for a surprise thanks to an upgrade of facilities for sailing visitors.
Moray businesses are being urged to sign up for a new scheme that will boost the number of toilets available to the public.
A parent council has backed plans to install unisex toilets at a north-east primary school.
A group of residents has begun to take steps to save toilets in two Black Isle villages.
Michael Matheson has been urged to strip ScotRail of its contract after it emerged thousands of journeys have been cancelled over the last year.
A north community who want to spend a penny on new loos are struggling to find anyone willing to take on the work.
Kinlochbervie protesters were left shell-shocked yesterday after their efforts to protect their toilets from closure were dismissed in scathing terms by Highland Council’s leader.
The plummeting number of public toilets in Scotland could leave people unwilling to leave the house for fear of being “caught short”.
Fresh fears have been raised that Moray Council’s decision to close public toilets will discourage tourists from visiting this summer.
The organiser of a petition calling on Highland Council to reverse the threat of closure of public toilets on Scotland’s answer to America’s Route 66 says he is “staggered” after it attracted more than 2,500 supporters in a week.
A block of public toilets could be closed and given away to a heritage society as early as next week.
Closing public toilets across Moray provoked one of the strongest reactions during the council’s budget consultation.
Moray Council has now begun a massive consultation with residents across the region to ask them their views on the cuts.
The Highlands will not close 50 public toilets this year, after all.