Torrential rain has battered parts of Fife and Tayside causing flooding to a number of roads as well as making conditions treacherous for motorists.
A £140 million plan to reduce flaring and improve infrastructure at a Fife ethylene plant has been announced by ExxonMobil.
A popular Fife park’s loch is back in business after it was declared off limits following a contamination scare a fortnight ago.
Scotland’s environment secretary has said it would “not be considered appropriate” for her to meet communities affected by flaring at Mossmorran.
Environmental experts are still investigating the cause of a pollution incident at a popular Fife park.
Locals across Tayside have been told to prepare for flooding as a downpour hits the region.
People and animals have been urged to avoid contact with the water at a popular Fife park after scores of fish were found dead.
Calls for answers in the wake of two recent oil spills along the inner Forth coastline have been stepped up after it emerged more than £700,000 of taxpayers’ money had to be spent on the clear-up.
Warnings have been issued to visitors to Loch Leven after the water turned bright green due to algae bloom.
A flood alert has been issued for Dundee and Angus after thunderstorms were predicted across the region.