A north-east town was struck by flash flooding, leaving businesses scrambling to deal with rising water levels.
May has been exceptionally dry and sunny with the month becoming the sunniest the UK has seen since records began, the Met Office said.
Gardeners are being urged to avoid using sprinklers in the evening as dry weather and the lockdown continue to drive high demand for water.
Water companies have reported “huge demand” on the network due to hot weather and people staying at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
North-east Scottish Water customers are being asked to use less water this weekend as temperatures look set to soar.
A north-east school has been forced to shut for the day due to a burst pipe.
Aberdeen's popular water feature has been turned back on following water quality concerns.
An investigation has been launched following a suspected fuel spill in an Aberdeen park.
Aberdeen's popular water feature has been turned off after higher than acceptable levels of a chemical was discovered.
Residents in a north-east town have been warned they face disruption to their water supply after a programme of work was announced.
Residents in the north-east are being urged to take care around water to reduce the risk of accidents.
Aberdeen's newest academy has been forced to close this morning due to an issue with its water supply.
Fresh and clear tap water is something we take for granted in a country where rainfall is plentiful. But, to provide an uninterrupted supply of great tasting, high quality water is no mean feat.
Aberdeen could be among a host of places in Scotland to benefit from hi-tech public taps as part of a bid to encourage people to drink more water.
A north-east road has been closed after a water pipe burst in a restaurant.
A north-east is giving out free bottled water to residents affected by shortages in private supplies.
Water levels below the earth’s surface are at their lowest for 10 years in parts of the north-east, according to an environmental body.
As mercury continues to rise across the north-east, residents have been urged to conserve water.
A safety group has called for people in Aberdeen to think about how to keep secure around water.
Eels exposed to low levels of cocaine in rivers and other fresh water bodies could be getting hyperactive and suffering with muscle damage, according to new research.
Scientists have identified a new way to detect harmful metals in water: using sound waves to levitate droplets in mid air.
A four-wheeled robot named Husky has been helping villagers carry water in a remote part of India.
The World Health Organisation has announced it is to review the potential risks of plastic in drinking water after studies found micro particles in popular bottled brands.
A number of homes in the North-east have this afternoon lost their water supply due to a burst main.
A new low-cost sensor which tests drinking water for arsenic in just one minute could protect millions of people from dying.
Could an exploding egg damage your hearing? That’s what two engineers sought to find out in a series of experiments that involved heating hard-boiled eggs in a microwave.
Divining rods are still being used by water companies to locate underground pipes in the UK despite there being no scientific evidence that this archaic method works, an Oxford University scientist has found.
Offshore workers were banned from drinking the tap water on their platform after it was found to be contaminated with diesel – but were told to keep showering in it.
A food watchdog has issued a product recall notice for a North-east manufactured flavoured still water.
Residents have been warned they could face up to eight weeks of disruption to their water supply as a result of the Aberdeen bypass.