Shell’s massive carbon capture facility in Canada emits far more than it captures, study says One of the only facilities in the world that uses carbon capture and storage technology (CCS) to reduce the emissions of hydrogen production has been found to emit far more greenhouse gas emissions th
Two buildings erected by the poet Robert Burns have been identified for the first time in a £12k investigation funded by Historic Environment Scotland. Ellisland farm - farmhouse built by and for Burns - now including the newly identified barns and byres on left and right
Archaeological charity Caithness Broch Project (CBP) has unveiled its impressive vision for the first broch to be built in Scotland in 2,000 years. Brochs - tall, double-walled, drystone towers found only in Scotland - were once common features in the Iron Age landscape across the Highlands and Isla
The Oakwood at Ryther was recently a working pig farm, run by several generations of the Dennis family. Fast forward several years and the site is now home to a luxury wedding venue thanks to the excellent work of the family and help from its local MKM Selby branch.
The Prince's Foundation, the educational charity established by Prince Charles, has submitted plans to create a new farming school in Scotland. The proposed agricultural school, to be built on the grounds of Dumfries House Estate near Cumnock, is aimed attracting new talent to the farming and rural
An Italian couple have won a nearly two-decade-long court battle over their neighbour's toilet flushing loudly in the night. The couple, from La Spezia, launched the case in 2003 shortly after their neighbours installed a new bathroom adjacent to the couple's bedroom.
A team of 20 ‘wallunteers’ have been praised for playing a major role in restoring a key feature at one of Scotland’s most historic homes. To date, the group has repointed more than 150 square metres of wall at Bannockburn House, the magnificent 17th century mansion which Bonnie Pr
Engineers are trialling an innovative way of repairing concrete roads through the injection of a durable resin. Sections of the M180 between junctions 1 (Tudworth) and 3 (Midmoor), near Scunthorpe, have experienced issues with water getting through carriageway joints and under the concrete.