The Scottish Government is set on continuing with a standard deposit return scheme price and the inclusion of glass, despite concerns raised from drinks-industry leaders.
A Crieff man has called on council bosses to remedy the "nightmare" parking arrangements for disabled people in the town.
Works to repair a ‘dangerous’ Crieff former hotel have begun after a community campaign.
Brexit will “hold back” efforts in Scotland to tackle the global climate emergency, the country’s Environment Secretary said.
Fife Council has ‘more responsibility’ to help rid west Fife park of eyesore dump, claims Labour MSP
Fife Council has a responsibility to help clear a festering dump, according to a local politician as he revealed a huge swathe of the rubbish had come from the local authority itself.
A dying Perth man has said he will spend his remaining weeks campaigning to make assisted dying legal in Scotland.
Tayside's first outdoor water bottle filling station could be placed in Montrose.
More than 100 miles of pathways are set to be created or improved across Scotland as part of a scheme to boost outdoor access.
Fears have been raised over the launch of Dundee’s low emission zone after it was claimed at least 100 of the city’s buses fail to meet basic environmental standards.
The Environment Secretary ridiculed a plan to send “kill squads” to deal with Tay beavers before MSPs backed her controversial reform to give them protected status.