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04:30, 21 NOV 2023
E coli warning at popular Scots beaches as 'outflows aren't monitored'
The campaign group warned Scotland's sewage 'blind spot' means there is virtually no monitoring at beloved beaches like Portobello, Edinburgh, and Thurso in the Highlands.
River Nith in Dumfries and Galloway appears to have undergone a major shift in course along its lower tidal reaches
Carsethorn has seen massive change as the river now charges past the village with the outgoing tide
Donald Trump golf course to escape 'timid' Scottish Government land reforms
EXCLUSIVE: Ministers accused of bowing to super-wealthy as it's claimed Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeenshire would escape land ownership scrutiny under their plans.
Rural community group in South Lanarkshire receives over £50k in funding
Coalburn Regeneration Group has been awarded £58,354.22 from Auchrobert Windfarm Renewable Energy Fund for a lighting project.
Tree protection bid fails as developers threaten legal action over Paisley green space
Renfrewshire Council announced plans to pursue a tree preservation order (TPO) on woodland and mature trees near Dykebar Hospital in January following a request by campaign group Save Paisley’s Green Space
Lanark Rotary celebrates 10 years of its Christmas Biscuit Project
A total of 30 grassroot organisations have benefited
Scots being trained to shoot deer at Highland mountain reserve for woodland protection project
Locals of Creag Meagaidh are being trained in deer stalking as part of a NatureScot community scheme amid overgrazing of our woods and forests by deer.
Loch Ken Trust receives funding boost to support community resilience
The trust will be working with Glenkens Community and Arts Trust to deliver the pilot project over the winter
Keir Starmer to pledge lower energy bills for Scots on visit to North East
Sir Keir Starmer
Labour has said that its plans will take up to £1,400 off the annual household bill and £53 billion off energy bills for businesses by 2030.
Iceland volcano fears as families terrified their town could become 'frozen in time' after eruption
The country is now in a state of emergency and the country's largest bulldozer is creating a huge hole for lava to pour into in case of an eruption in an attempt to save as many houses as possible.
Two thirds of Scots seabird species have declined in last 20 years
The Seabirds Count survey is the most comprehensive study of its kind and found numbers of 14 of the 23 seabird types which regularly breed in Scotland have fallen since 2000.
Dumfries and Galloway Council's net zero target could be 10 years off the mark
A date of 2025 had been set for achieving net zero but a councillor has admitted it may take considerably longer
Fundraising hillwalkers spark anger as ironing board dumped at Ben Nevis summit
The shocking discovery was made at the top of Scotland's highest mountain this month.
Three arrested after Stone of Destiny targeted by climate protesters
Three This is Rigged climate activists were arrested following the stunt this morning, Wednesday November 15.
Glasgow City Council made £478k from low-emission zone fines in first four months
Glasgow City Council
Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Dundee are due to bring in LEZs next year after the climate change initiative came into effect in Glasgow on June 1, 2023.
Plans for 64 affordable homes on 'eyesore' Linwood site approved
McTaggart Construction is to build on land, which used to surround St Brendan’s Social and Recreation Club, in Stirling Drive.
Prince William and Harry caused 'absolute nightmare' at King Charles' birthday
King Charles turned 75 on Tuesday, celebrating with a smile on his face.
Decision on plans for Renfrew flats delayed for site visit
Proposed residential development earmarked for land on corner of Fulbar Street and Blythswood Avenue.
Vaping and tobacco giants want to turn kids into 'lifelong customers', Australian expert tells MSPs
Epidemiologist Professor Emily Banks said underage kids vaping 'predisposes' them to smoking cigarettes later in life amid calls for a ban on disposable e-cigs.
Climate activists storm energy conference over Scots oil field approval
Furious speeches and chants of “Stop Rosebank” were made before the activists were dragged out by security, the climate campaign group Fossil Free London has said.
Flooding events becoming 'business as usual' as Renfrewshire Council explains how it responds
The area endured a weekend washout last month as west-central Scotland experienced torrential rain.
Heated meeting to discuss controversial windfarm plans near Moffat
The gathering with two windfarm developers has been described as "fairly lively"
Prince William reveals bold future plans for monarchy in fresh vow to public
The Prince of Wales opened up about the different approach he plans to take to help tackle climate change and end homelessness in the UK.
Lorna Slater 'heading for hat trick of failure' amid latest Scots recycling bill
The Circular Economy minister has been blasted by MSPs for her lack of detail on the Circular Economy bill.
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