A pair of drop-in sessions will be held to discuss the Aberfeldy Flood Prevention Scheme in the next month.
A salmon farming company with a factory in Fife is under investigation for possible misreporting of chemical use.
Retrospective planning applications for an illegal Travellers’ site in St Cyrus have been recommended for refusal.
The mystery of how an Angus beauty spot came to be contaminated with fuel oil has deepened after two samples taken from the site for analysis did not match.
Sepa claim illegal Travellers’ site in St Cyrus contains ‘far more’ properties than set out in retrospective application
An illegal Travellers' site in St Cyrus contains "far more" properties than set out in a retrospective planning application, it has been claimed.
As a young lad, I remember going out the front door of my home in Kirkcaldy, looking westwards and seeing the sky pulsating with a reddy orangey tinge to it.
Air quality data published from a single site during Mossmorran flaring has been denounced as proof of the need for a full-scale probe.
Improvements have been promised at Mossmorran which operators say will lead to less frequent flaring.
Protestors wearing gas masks will demand an independent study into the impacts of the Mossmorran petrochemical plant on the wider community.
Elevated flaring at a chemical plant that provoked hundreds of complaints has stopped after six days, Scotland’s environment watchdog has said.