From the outside you wouldn’t have known the man in charge of the country was in town.
A million signatures backing a campaign is not something to be sniffed at, that’s for sure.
If you want to have a sensible debate about fracking then now is not the time to do it.
Dundee stargazers and weather watchers had a treat on Sunday when noctilucent clouds formed in the sky.
Hillwalkers have been urged to remember the importance of a map and compass and not put all of their faith in ''totally inadequate" smartphone technology.
The heat is on for George Osborne. After steering the UK economy to its first credit rating downgrade in more than a generation the Chancellor is facing a Budget day barracking from the Opposition benches.
The Scottish Beaver Trial is a unique and exciting conservation project and if it is a success, beavers could once again become a common sight in our countryside. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
Tayside Police have joined their Grampian counterparts and wildlife experts in probing the death of a golden eagle on an Aberdeenshire estate.
Hundreds of people will brave the elements to take part in the New Year's Dook at Broughty Ferry, an event that's been run by Ye Amphibious Ancients Bathing Association since 1889. The club features in a new book about outdoor bathing. Jack McKeown found out more about the story of swimming.
Bathers looking to take a cooling seaside dip this summer can do so safe in the knowledge that the water quality meets acceptable standards despite an unexplained test failure in Fife last month.